2013 MLB Home Run Odds

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(The Spread) - The 2013 MLB season is almost upon us and oddsmakers have released prop odds for which player will hit the most home runs this year. Let's see who's favored.

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According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, Giancarlo Stanton of the Marlins is a 13/2 favorite to hit the most home runs in 2013. Jose Bautista of the Blue Jays has the next best odds at 17/2, while 2012 Triple Crown winner Miguel Cabrera of the Tigers is 10/1. Albert Pujols of the Angels is 12/1.

Continuing with the odds, Cabrera's teammate in Detroit Prince Fielder is 14/1 to finish with the most home runs in 2013, while Edwin Encarnacion and Phillies' slugger Ryan Howard are 16/1, respectively. Ryan Braun of the Brewers, Jay Bruce of the Indians, Josh Hamilton of the Angels, and Matt Kemp of the Dodgers are all 18/1, respectively, to hit the most home runs.

Some of the mid-range long shots include Adam Dunn of the White Sox, who is 22/1, while Robinson Cano of the Yankees and Adrian Beltre of the Rangers are 25/1, respectively. Bryce Harper of the Nationals is 30/1, while Troy Tulowitzki of the Rockies, Joey Votto of the Reds, Evan Longoria of the Rays, Mark Trumbo of the Angels and Mike Trout of the Halos are all 33/1 to hit the most home runs in 2013.

Adrian Gonzalez, Pedro Alvarez, Josh Willingham and Ike Davis are all 40/1, respectively, while Chris Davis, Yeonis Cespedes, Mike Napoli and Aramis Ramirez are all 50/1, respectively. Mark Reynolds, Mike Morse and Josh Reddick are all 75/1, respectively, while Nelson Cruz, Dan Uggla, David Ortiz and Wilin Rosario are all 100/1 long shots, respectively.

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