2024 MLB Win Totals Odds: Dodgers Highest, Athletics Lowest Entering Spring Training

2024 MLB Win Totals Odds: Dodgers Highest, Athletics Lowest Entering Spring Training article feature image

Photo by Chris Coduto/Getty Images Pictured: Shohei Ohtani of the Los Angeles Dodgers

The MLB season is right around the corner.

The Los Angeles Dodgers and San Diego Padres play a pair of regular season games March 20-21 in Seoul, South Korea. Meanwhile, Opening Day for everyone else is set for March 28. With that in mind, let's take a look at the current win totals for all 30 MLB teams.

2024 MLB Win Totals Odds

Arizona Diamondbacks83.5 (-115)83.5 (-105)
Atlanta Braves101.5 (-105)101.5 (-115)
Baltimore Orioles89.5 (-105)89.5 (-115)
Boston Red Sox79.5 (+100)79.5 (-122)
Chicago Cubs83.5 (-110)83.5 (-110)
Chicago White Sox63.5 (-110)63.5 (-110)
Cincinnati Reds81.5 (-115)81.5 (-105)
Cleveland Guardians78.5 (-110)78.5 (-110)
Colorado Rockies60.5 (-110)60.5 (-110)
Detroit Tigers81.5 (-110)81.5 (-110)
Houston Astros93.5 (-105)93.5 (-115)
Kansas City Royals73.5 (-110)73.5 (-110)
Los Angeles Angels72.5 (-105)72.5 (-115)
Los Angeles Dodgers103.5 (-115)103.5 (-105)
Miami Marlins78.5 (-108)78.5 (-112)
Milwaukee Brewers77.5 (-110)77.5 (-110)
Minnesota Twins87.5 (-106)87.5 (-114)
New York Mets82.5 (-105)82.5 (-115)
New York Yankees93.5 (-112)93.5 (-108)
Oakland Athletics57.5 (-110)57.5 (-110)
Philadelphia Phillies89.5 (-110)89.5 (-110)
Pittsburgh Pirates75.5 (-110)75.5 (-110)
St. Louis Cardinals85.5 (-114)85.5 (-106)
San Diego Padres81.5 (-114)81.5 (-106)
San Francisco Giants81.5 (-115)81.5 (-105)
Seattle Mariners86.5 (-115)86.5 (-105)
Tampa Bay Rays84.5 (-110)84.5 (-110)
Texas Rangers89.5 (-105)89.5 (-115)
Toronto Blue Jays87.5 (-105)87.5 (-115)
Washington Nationals66.5 (-110)66.5 (-110)

Three Highest Totals

1. Los Angeles Dodgers (103.5) — It's not much of a surprise that the Dodgers have the highest projected win total after dishing out more than a billion dollars this offseason. Adding Shohei Ohtani, Yoshinobu Yamamoto, Tyler Glasnow and more to an already star-studded roster makes them the clear lead dogs.

2. Atlanta Braves (101.5) — The Braves led the majors a year ago with 104 wins. They didn't stand pat over the offseason, though, swinging trades for Chris Sale and Jared Kelenic to keep pace with the Dodgers.

T-3. Houston Astros (93.5) — Houston's roster remains largely intact as it didn't make major additions over the winter. The big news is Joe Espada taking over as manager for the retired Dusty Baker.

T-3. New York Yankees (93.5) — The Yankees swung a major trade for Juan Soto after a disastrous 2023 campaign. They also added Marcus Stroman and have high hopes for last year's big signing Carlos Rodón after an injury-plagued first year in the Bronx.

Three Lowest Totals

  1. Oakland Athletics (57.5) — Things don't look bright for an Oakland squad that won only 50 games a year ago. In fact, the only big news swirling around this team is its eventual relocation, where the team will play next year and if its plans to move to Las Vegas remains on track.
  2. Colorado Rockies (60.5) — It's been a rough few seasons in Colorado, and it's expected to be a dismal year once again. The Rockies largely stood pat over the offseason, with their biggest move trading for journeyman pitcher Cal Quantrill.
  3. Chicago White Sox (63.5) — Chicago was apparently open for business, with most expecting the White Sox to sell off veteran pieces as part of a much-needed rebuild. Instead it was a quiet winter on the South Side with those considered to be on the block returning, most notably Dylan Cease.

Other Noteworthy Totals

Kansas City Royals (73.5) — The Royals eclipsing this total is Collin Wilson's best bet as spring training gets under way. Kansas City won just 56 games a year ago, but had a busy offseason. The Royals locked up star third baseman Bobby Witt Jr. with the largest contract in franchise history, and signed Michael Wacha and Seth Lugo to improve a pitching rotation that desperately needed help.

New York Mets (82.5) — The over on Mets wins was one of Jim Turvey's nine bets to lock in back in January. New York was one of the biggest disappointments a year ago, flaming out despite owning the biggest payroll in MLB history. The Mets' pitching looks like their weak spot, but they return a potent lineup that was incredibly unlucky at the plate last season.

Tampa Bay Rays (84.5) — Turvey also likes the the Rays in 2024. They won 99 games last season, but dealt away ace Tyler Glasnow and other pieces.  Nonetheless, Tampa Bay seemingly churns out winning season after winning season no matter who it has in uniform.

Best Regular Season Record Odds

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Los Angeles Dodgers+165
Atlanta Braves+270
New York Yankees+1000
Houston Astros+1100
Baltimore Orioles+2100
Philadelphia Phillies+2100
Texas Rangers+2200
Toronto Blue Jays+3100
Minnesota Twins+3300
Seattle Mariners+3800
Tampa Bay Rays+4600
St. Louis Cardinals+5000
Arizona Diamondbacks+5500
Chicago Cubs+6500
New York Mets+8000
San Francisco Giants+9500
San Diego Padres+10000
Cincinnati Reds+10000
Detroit Tigers+11000
Boston Red Sox+13000

Odds to Win 100+ Regular Season Games

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Los Angeles Dodgers-205
Atlanta Braves-134
New York Yankees+265
Houston Astros+285
Baltimore Orioles+490
Texas Rangers+520
Philadelphia Phillies+570
Minnesota Twins+710
Toronto Blue Jays+820
Seattle Mariners+880
St. Louis Cardinals+1120
Tampa Bay Rays+1200
Chicago Cubs+1300
Arizona Diamondbacks+1300
Cincinnati Reds+1600
New York Mets+1600
San Francisco Giants+1600
San Diego Padres+1800
Detroit Tigers+1800
Cleveland Guardians+2800
Boston Red Sox+3000
Miami Marlins+3000
Milwaukee Brewers+3500

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