MLB AL West Futures Odds

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Since 2010, the AL West has been well represented in the World Series. The Texas Rangers had back to back appearance and losses in 2010 and 2011 and the Houston Astros won the AL pennant in 2017, 2019 and 2021. That 2017 season is, of course, the scandal-filled year that saw the Astros win the World Series before being caught in a sign-stealing cheating scheme. But still, they've won the AL West in four of the past five seasons and the pennant in two of the past three. The Oakland A's have represented the division as a Wild Card (and the division winner in 2020), but haven't gone any further recently. Could Texas' new stars -- Corey Seager and Marcus Semien -- catapult them to the top again?

TeamOdds
Houston Astros
-2027
Los Angeles Angels
+2000
Seattle Mariners
+3000
Texas Rangers
+6965
Oakland Athletics
+100000

AL West History

  • Astros logoHouston Astros

    Since moving to the AL West in 2013, the Astros have seen great success. This includes five playoff appearances, three World Series appearances and one World Series Championship. Although riddled with the history of a cheating scandal, it is clear the Astros are a top-tier team in MLB. With stars like Alex Bregman, Jose Altuve and Yuli Gurriel, it is probable that the Astros' success is here to stay.

    • Division Titles: 11
    • League Pennants: 4
    • World Series Titles: 1

  • Angels logoLos Angeles Angels

    The Los Angeles Angels have arguably the two biggest stars in baseball in Mike Trout and Shohei Ohtani. Those two are the leaders of this AL West team and Ohtani is the reigning AL MVP.  After a 77-85 finish last season, the Angels, now with a healthy Mike Trout, are looking to improve on that in 202 and get back to the postseason for the first time since 2014.

    • Division Titles: 9
    • League Pennants: 1
    • World Series Titles: 1

  • Athletics logoOakland Athletics

    Coming off of a surprising offseason, it is clear that the Oakland Athletics are in rebuilding mode. They are currently last in MLB in payroll and traded away several of their best players prior to the season.

    • Division Titles: 17
    • League Pennants: 15
    • World Series Titles: 9

  • Mariners logoSeattle Mariners

    After narrowly missing a Wild Card spot in 2021, the Seattle Mariners made some moves in the offseason, trading for outfielder Jessse Winker, infielder Eugenio Suarez and pitcher Robbie Ray. They finished 90-72 a year ago and are looking for another strong campaign in 2022.

    • Division Titles: 3
    • League Pennants: 0
    • World Series Titles: 0

  • Rangers logoTexas Rangers

    Coming off of a last place finish in the AL West, the Rangers added some big names via free agency are are looking to establish themselves as a legitimate contender over the next couple seasons.

    • Division Titles: 7
    • League Pennants: 2
    • World Series Titles: 0
FUTURESConsensusCons.
Houston AstrosAstros
-2027
-5000
N/A
-2500
-525
-1700
-2500
Los Angeles AngelsAngels
+2000
+2000
N/A
+1800
+400
+2000
+2000
Seattle MarinersMariners
+3000
+4000
N/A
+3500
+3000
+3200
+3000
Texas RangersRangers
+6965
+8000
N/A
+6000
+8000
+7500
+6500
Oakland AthleticsAthletics
+100000
+200000
N/A
+200000
+50000
+250000
+100000
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