MLB Baseball Odds - Moneyline & Totals

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MLB Betting 101: What you need to know



This form of betting replaces a pointspread and you are simply betting on a team to win straight up, not by any specified amount. Commonly used in baseball and hockey, NFL moneylines are an attractive bet when betting the underdog due to their big payouts in comparison with spread betting and/or betting moneyline favorites.

Negative odd values (-160 for example) are assigned to the favorite, while positive odd values (+180 for example) are usually assigned to the underdog. In this example, if you want to bet the favorite you will have to wager $1.60 for every dollar you want to win. However, if you want to bet the underdog you will win $1.80 for every dollar you wager. If you bet $100 on a -160 favorite and won, you would profit $62.50. If you bet $100 on the +180 favorite, you would profit $180.


Total or Over/Under

A total, also known as the Over/Under, is the expected combined score of both teams in a single game. Bettors must decide if the total number of points scored in the game by both teams will be higher or lower than the total set. Note: overtime is included in a total.

So when you see a total of 198.5 points, you are hoping for 199 or more points if you bet the Over and you are hoping for 198 or less points if you bet the Under. If the total was an even number such as 198 and the final score (including any overtime) lands on 198, it would be graded a push and all bets would be refunded.



Also considered to be a spread bet and similar to a puckline in hockey, with a Runline a team has to win or not lose by the set spread in order to win the bet or cover. This results in a more level playing field between teams and overall more exciting experience for sports bettors making their MLB picks.



Do you know who will win the upcoming World Series? With the availability of MLB futures, you can make this bet at any time prior or during the season. Betting on who will win the Commissioner’s Trophy, or the American or National Leagues or even who you think will win the MLB MVP are all considered ‘futures bets’.

Futures can be moneyline or total bets and are generally accompanied by positive odds because long term outcomes are difficult to predict and there are so many different possibilities. Odds are constantly updated as the season prolongs, based on the oddsmakers prediction that a team has to win. Many factors come into play such as injuries, roster updates, remaining schedule, mathematical probability to make the playoffs and/or amount of games behind the leading teams.


Full Odds

The Covers MLB Full Odds page includes all Las Vegas and offshore feeds that we currently collect lines for each day. These same sportsbooks are also included on our line history pages. Depending on your geographical location only those sportsbooks which are available to you will be shown.


Tips and Tools

Baseball doesn’t get the attention of the faster-paced sports such as football or basketball, but it shouldn't be overlooked.

How to bet baseball?

With 2,430 games being played during the span of a season, there is no reason to let it all out early in the year.

Early season baseball betting

Covers has a great little moneyline tool that helps you with your handicapping by figuring out, at a glance, whether or not you've got an edge.

How to convert Moneylines

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