2021 MLB All-Star Game Odds: Bettors Moving Over/Under to Highest in Recent History

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MLB All-Star Game Odds

American League Odds +101
National League Odds -117
Over/Under 11 (-105o/-115u)
Time 7:30 p.m. ET
TV FOX

Fans love runs, and based on updated MLB All-Star Game odds, the scoring could get explosive at Coors Field on Tuesday night.

After opening at 10.5, the All-Star Game over/under has been pushed up to 11 at most sportsbooks across the market, including DraftKings Sportsbook and PointsBet.

According to our Bet Labs data, a closing total of 11 would make this the highest over/under in the ASG that we’ve ever tracked, which dates back to the start of the 2005 season.

The previous high over that span was in 2006 when the All-Star Game over/under closed at 10.5. The next-highest total, and only other in double digits, occurred in 2010 when the number settled at 10 before the first pitch.

The lowest total we’ve tracked was 7, which was the closing number back in 2018.

Bettors clearly expect a higher-scoring All-Star Game tonight at hitter-friendly Coors Field, which goes against the recent trends of the Midsummer Classic.

In the 16 All-Star Games we’ve tracked, 12 have gone under, with just four clearing the closing total.

However, three of those four unders have hit in the past six years, meaning All-Star Game totals have been evenly split 3-3 over that span.

At the time of writing, 58% of bettors have taken the All-Star Game over thus far but don’t be surprised to see under money show up to buy back this movement before Tuesday night’s first pitch.

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