Cardinals 2014 MLB Prop Odds

2014 World Series St. Louis Cardinals MLB prop odds

ST. LOUIS, MO (The Spread) – How many home runs will Matt Holliday hit this year for the St. Louis Cardinals? Here are some prop odds centered on the NL Central favorites.

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According to oddsmakers from online sports book BetDSI, Holliday has an over/under of 24 for the number of total home runs he’ll hit in 2014. He has also an over/under of 95 for the number of total runs that he’ll drive in this season, and an over/under of .295 for his batting average this season.

His teammate Allen Craig, meanwhile, has an over/under of .300 for his batting average, 22 for home runs, and 100 for RBIs. Matt Adams also has an over/under of 29 for home runs and 90 for RBIs, while Matt Carpenter’s over/under is .300 for batting average and 105 for total runs scored in 2014.

As for the pitchers, Adam Wainwright’s over/under for wins this year has been set at 15, while his over/under for ERA is 3.10 and his over/under for strikeouts is 200. Michael Wacha, meanwhile, has an over/under of 12 for number of wins and Shelby Miller has an o/u of 13.

For a complete list of prop odds for the St. Louis Cardinals, see below.

2014 St. Louis Cardinals Prop Odds

Allen Craig - BA in the 2014 Regular Season    
Over/Under                   .300                  
 
Allen Craig - Total HR's in the 2014 Regular Season     
Over/Under                   22
 
Allen Craig - Total RBI's in the 2014 Regular Season    
Over                             100

Matt Holliday - BA in the 2014 Regular Season 
Over/Under                   .295
 
Matt Holliday - Total HR's in the 2014 Regular Season  
Over                             24
 
Matt Holliday - Total RBI's in the 2014 Regular Season 
Over                             95

Matt Adams - Total HR's in the 2014 Regular Season
    
Over/Under                   29
 
Matt Adams - Total RBI's in the 2014 Regular Season   
Over/Under                   90
 
Matt Carpenter - BA in the 2014 Regular Season           
Over/Under                   .300                  
 
Matt Carpenter - Total Runs in the 2014 Regular Season           
Over/Under                   105

Yadier Molina - BA in the 2014 Regular Season
            
Over/Under                   .300                  
 
Adam Wainwright - Total Wins in the 2014 Regular Season      
Over/Under                   15
 
Adam Wainwright - ERA in the 2014 Regular Season    
Over/Under                   3.10                  

Adam Wainwright - Total Strikeouts in the 2014 Regular Season          
Over/Under                   200
 
Michael Wacha - Total Wins in the 2014 Regular Season          
Over/Under                   12 
 
Shelby Miller - Total Wins in the 2014 Regular Season 
Over/Under                   13 
 
Lance Lynn - Total Wins in the 2014 Regular Season   
Over/Under                   12
 
Trevor Rosenthal - Total Saves in the 2014 Regular Season     
Over/Under                   33

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