MLB Vegas odds
In addition to showing you the best baseball odds from the top online sportsbooks in your area, our odds comparison tool also shows you the MLB Las Vegas odds for today. These can be identified by the sportsbooks and odds with the gray background.
The moneyline is the most popular way to bet on the MLB as you are simply wagering on which team will win the game. But because not all baseball teams are equal in terms of talent, oddsmakers will set a favorite and an underdog for each game. The favorite can be identified by the minus sign (-) in front of its odds, while the underdog gets the plus sign (+). Find out how much your bet could win with our odds calculator.
See today’s MLB moneyline odds by choosing the ML tab above the odds tool.
MLB spread (run line)
A point spread in baseball is often referred to as the run line. In the MLB, it is almost always set at 1.5. This means that if you take the favorite at -1.5, they need to win by two or more runs. If you take the underdog at +1.5, they can win the game outright or lose by one run and you would still win your bet.
See today’s MLB run line odds by choosing the Run Line tab above the odds tool.
Over/Under odds, also known as totals, are another popular way to bet on the MLB. When wagering on Over/Under odds, you’re making a bet as to whether the total runs scored by both teams combined will go Over or Under the number set by the sportsbook.
See today’s MLB Over/Under odds by choosing the total tab above the odds tool.
MLB pitching matchups and odds
The matchup between the starting pitchers is an important factor in how oddsmakers set the lines for each game. It’s also a good place for bettors to start when handicapping baseball matchups.
Betting on baseball futures means betting on an event that is later in time, such as the World Series. See who the betting favorites are to win the World Series or the American and National League pennants with our MLB futures page.
MLB Odds FAQs
On a moneyline baseball bet, the team you bet on needs to win the game outright. Learn more about different ways to bet on baseball.
Moneyline odds in baseball tells you that team’s implied probability of winning the game outright, as set by the sportsbook.
In baseball, +1.5 means the team is the underdog on the spread (also called the run line). It means the team can win the game or lose by one run and still cover the spread.
You win a baseball moneyline bet when the team you wager on wins the game.