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The betting lines for baseball games are typically different than football or basketball. You’ll see point spreads for those sports, but the most common bet in baseball is the moneyline.
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When wagering on Major League Baseball, you can bet on the moneyline (who will win), the runline (point spread), totals (combined score), futures, player and team props (strikes, RBIs and home runs), parlays, and you can bet live (in-play). You can even bet on the top half of a baseball game (first five innings).
Betting on baseball games is actually more popular in terms of overall bets than even the NFL at many sportsbooks. Not that MLB wagering rivals NFL betting in terms of popularity, but in terms of how many MLB games are available for betting and how long the MLB season runs. What it means is there is a constant need for and interest in baseball odds, matchup reports, game previews, trends analysis and more from the exhibition schedule in March through the end of October each year.
The 2021 MLB season is underway with a full 162-game schedule. This MLB Vegas Odds page will be updated daily with money line betting odds on each game, including baseball odds from Las Vegas sportsbooks such as Westgate Superbook, Circa Sports, William Hill, and MGM. For those outside of Las Vegas, we've also included MLB betting lines from online sportsbooks such as FanDuel, DraftKings, and BetMGM.
Baseball betting markets vary, but the moneyline is the most common bet type. Join multiple sites to balance your bankroll, earn bigger bonuses, and access better odds.
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Here are the basics for betting baseball: Money line. Baseball betting primarily revolves around the odds for a team to win, also known as a money line. Everything is in relation to $100.