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MLB Odds

Who wins MLB 2019?

Odd unit: EU | UK | US
New York Yankees7.007.00
Boston Red Sox7.506.50
Houston Astros7.507.00
Los Angeles Dodgers9.008.00
Philadelphia Phillies15.0010.00
Chicago Cubs15.0012.00
Cleveland Indians16.0015.00
St Louis Cardinals17.0015.00
Milwaukee Brewers19.0013.00
Atlanta Braves21.0013.00
Washington Nationals21.0017.00
Colorado Rockies26.0019.00
New York Mets29.0021.00
Oakland Athletics34.0023.00
Tampa Bay Rays51.0035.00
Los Angeles Angels51.0041.00
Minnesota Twins51.0050.00
Arizona Diamondbacks67.0046.00
San Diego Padres67.0050.00
Pittsburgh Pirates71.0067.00
Seattle Mariners81.0060.00
Toronto Blue Jays91.0081.00
Chicago White Sox101.0051.00
Cincinnati Reds101.0067.00
San Francisco Giants126.0081.00
Texas Rangers201.00200.00
Detroit Tigers251.00201.00
Kansas City Royals251.00250.00
Miami Marlins401.00250.00
Baltimore Orioles601.00251.00

Major League Baseball (MLB) 2019

Major League Baseball (MLB) is a professional baseball league, the highest tip for every player in USA and even from the entire world, the oldest of the four major professional sports leagues in the United States and state of Canada. A total of 30 teams play in the National League (NL) and American League (AL), with 15 teams in each league. The NL and AL were formed as separate legal entities in 1876 and 1901 respectively.

After cooperating but remaining legally separate entities beginning in 1903, the leagues merged into a single organization led by the Commissioner of Baseball in 2000. The organization also oversees Minor League Baseball, which comprises 256 teams affiliated with the Major League clubs. With the World Baseball Softball Confederation, MLB manages the international World Baseball Classic tournament.

The structure of the 2019  regular season:

The current MLB regular season, is based of 162 games for each  baseball team, basically begins on the first Sunday in April and ends on the first Sunday in October. Each team's schedule is typically organized into three-game series, with occasional two- or four-game series. Postponed games or continuations of suspended games can result in an ad hoc one-game or five-game series. A team's series are organized into homestands and road trips that group multiple series together. Teams generally play games five to seven days per week, commonly having Monday or Thursday as an off day. Frequently, games are scheduled at night. Sunday games are generally played during the afternoon, allowing teams to travel to their next destination prior to a Monday night game. In addition, teams will play day games frequently on Opening Day, holidays, and getaway days.

With an odd number of teams in each league (15), it is necessary to have two teams participate in interleague play for most days in the season, except when two or more teams have a day off. Each team plays 20 interleague games throughout the season, usually with just one interleague game per day, but for one weekend in late May all teams will participate in an interleague series. Use of the DH rule is determined by the home team's league rules. Before 2013, interleague play was structured differently: there would be one weekend in mid-May and another period consisting typically of the last two-thirds of June in which all teams played interleague games (save for two NL teams each day), and no interleague games were scheduled outside those dates. (Before 2013, season-long interleague play was not necessary, because each league had an even number of teams. In 2013, the Houston Astros moved to the American League, so that each league would have 15 teams.