2019 Home Run Derby Betting Odds, Picks: The Longshots and Matchups That Have Value
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- The 2019 Home Run Derby takes place on Monday night (8 p.m. ET, ESPN) at Progressive Field.
- Josh Bell is the current favorite at +350 with Vladimir Guerrero Jr. right behind him at +450.
- Check out our comprehensive betting guide for the 2019 MLB Home Run Derby.
2019 Home Run Derby Odds
Josh Bell +350
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. +450
Joc Pederson +500
Pete Alonso +500
Carlos Santana +700
Alex Bregman +800
Matt Chapman +800
Ronald Acuna Jr. +1000
Odds via the Westgate SuperBook and current as of 10 p.m. ET on Sunday. Odds will vary book to book.
The 2019 Home Run Derby takes place tomorrow at Progressive Field in Cleveland, Ohio beginning at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN.
This year’s Derby will take place over three rounds, with the top hitters from each side of the bracket squaring off in the final.
In each round, the players have four minutes to hit as many homers as possible. If they hit two home runs over 440 feet, they receive an additional 30 seconds.
In case of a tie, a 90-second swing off will occur. If the tie is not broken by that, the winner will be decided by three swings, and if a victor is not determined by that, it will come down to sudden death.
Let’s dive in to our experts’ favorite bets, along with some helpful info on Progressive Field’s dimensions and how each batter’s pitchers will influence the proceedings.