Bookies Breakdown MLB Futures
We’re quickly coming up to the end of June. That means online bookie agents will turn their attention to MLB Futures.
In addition to checking out MLB futures, bookies will also look to protect current MLB profits.
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Now, let’s take a look at the current MLB odds on teams to win the 2018 World Series. Then, we’ll go over some of the ways bookies protect their profits.
MLB Futures: 2018 World Series Odds
New York Yankees 17/4
Houston Astros 19/4
Boston Red Sox 13/2
Washington Nationals 8/1
Chicago Cubs 9/1
Cleveland Indians 10/1
L.A. Dodgers 12/1
Seattle Mariners 12/1
Milwaukee Brewers 14/1
Arizona Diamondbacks 18/1
Atlanta Braves 20/1
Breaking Down The MLB Futures
Based on the above odds, this year’s World Series winner will come from the American League. The Yankees, Astros, and Red Sox are much bigger favorites over any team in the National League.
Pre-season favorite Los Angeles has fallen to double-digit odds while the surprise Atlanta Braves are all the way down to 20/1.
Although the odds imply that online bookies will let the money ride on all participants, there is no clear favorite among the Yankees, Boston Red Sox, and Houston Astros, there’s still a ton of baseball to be played.
That means odds on all 3 favorites could rise significantly.
How Online Bookies
There are two ways bookie agents will protect a profit on the current World Series favorites. The first way will be for bookies to set max betting limits on the Yankees, Astros, and Dodgers at their current odds.
Some bookies might not want to mess around with the World Series. This is especially true because many sports bettors will soon turn their attention to the upcoming NFL Season.
The other way bookies will ensure profit is to wait until the odds change before setting max betting limits. If anyone of the 3 favorites has a downturn, loses something like 10 games in a row, their odds should rise above Washington’s and the Chicago Cubs’.
Some bookies will look to get ahead of money placed on the new odds for the favorites before significant wagers can be placed.
When it comes to dogs, those MLB teams offering double-digit odds, per head agents will set max betting limits.
Baseball is a fickle sport. Even a team like the Angels, who are at 50/1, could get hot in the second half of the season.
Setting max betting odds on dogs ensures profit protection.
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