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Now a quarter of the way through the 2019 MLB season, we have enough information to trace trends to a logical conclusion. With that in mind, it’s time to check in on the latest MLB betting lines, including odds for the MVP awards, the World Series winner, and much, much more.

The folks at MyTopSportsbooks.com released updated odds on Thursday looking ahead at a plethora of topics you can place a wager on.

We’ll start with the latest MLB betting lines on which teams have the best odds to win the World Series. Not surprisingly, the Miami Marlins rank dead last, while the best team in MLB leads the pack.

1.      Astros: 9/2    (7/1)
2.      Dodgers: 5/1   (10/1)
3.      Yankees: 8/1   (8/1)
4.      Cubs: 10/1   (15/1)
5.      Red Sox: 12/1   (10/1)
6.      Phillies: 18/1   (14/1)
7.      Cardinals: 24/1   (16/1)
8.      Rays:  25/1   (45/1)
9.      Twins: 32/1   (75/1)
10.     Indians: 36/1   (17/1)
11.     Brewers: 40/1   (22/1)
12.     Braves: 42/1  (20/1)
13.     Mets: 70/1  (35/1)
14.     Nationals: 75/1  (18/1)
15.     Padres: 75/1  (90/1)
16.     Pirates: 95/1  (125/1)
17.     Angels: 100/1  (90/1)
18.     Diamondbacks: 100/1  (125/1)
19.     Athletics: 110/1  (45/1)
20.     Rockies: 110/1  (40/1)
21.     Mariners: 150/1 (225/1)
22.     Reds: 200/1  (100/1)
23.     Giants: 275/1  (175/1)
24.     Tigers: 275/1  (500/1)
25.     White Sox: 275/1  (175/1)
26.     Blue Jays: 350/1   (175/1)
27.     Rangers: 350/1  (350/1)
28.     Royals: 1500/1   (400/1)
29.     Orioles: 2500/1   (5000/1)
30.     Marlins: 5000/1   (1000/1)

Now it’s time to check in on the favorites to win MVP.

First, we look at the American League, where it’s not surprising to see All-World Los Angeles Angels star Mike Trout leading with the best betting odds for MVP.

1.      Mike Trout: 4/3
2.      Mookie Betts: 6/1
3.      Alex Bregman: 14/1
4.      Jorge Polanco: 19/1
5.      Gary Sanchez: 24/1
6.      Joey Gallo: 30/1
7.      Matt Chapman: 50/1

Over in the National league, Los Angeles Dodgers star Cody Bellinger — who opened the season on a legendary tear — has the best betting odds to win MVP at this time.

1.      Cody Bellinger: 8/5
2.      Christian Yelich: 4/1
3.      Javy Baez: 12/1
4.      Nolan Arenado: 12/1
5.      Rhys Hoskins: 24/1
6.      Ronald Acuna Jr: 26/1
7.      Kris Bryant: 28/1
8.      Manny Machado: 40/1
9.      Bryce Harper: 45/1
10.     Luis Castillo: 65/1

Looking at the MLB betting lines for the Cy Young, the American League favorite should be no surprise.

1.      Justin Verlander: 3/1
2.      Trevor Bauer: 6/1
3.      Chris Sale: 9/1
4.      Jose Berrios: 11/1 
5.      Blake Snell: 17/1
6.      Matt Boyd: 19/1 
7.      Domingo German: 19/1 
8.      Gerrit Cole: 35/1 

The National League Cy Young is far more intriguing, with four pitchers in a tight race for the top betting odds.

1.      Luis Castillo: 6/1
2.      Hyun-Jin Ryu: 7/1
3.      Jacob deGrom: 7/1
4.      Zack Greinke: 9/1
5.      Max Scherzer: 14/1
6.      Clayton Kershaw: 15/1
7.      Chris Paddack: 16/1
8.      Stephen Strasburg: 35/1
9.      Josh Hader: 40/1

There is a tight race for the American League Rookie of the Year award, with Spencer Turnbull edging Brandon Lowe and Michael Chavis at the top.

1.      Spencer Turnbull: 9/2
2.      Brandon Lowe: 5/1
3.      Michael Chavis: 5/1
4.      Yusei Kikuchi: 6/1
5.      John Means: 9/1
6.      Willians Astudillo: 14/1
7.      Rowdy Tellez: 18/1
8.      Vlad Guerrero Jr: 25/1
9.      Eloy Jimenez: 25/1

The National League Rookie of the Year race is tight at the top as well, with Chris Paddack leading the charge.

1.      Chris Paddack: 7/2
2.      Christian Walker: 5/1
3.      Peter Alonso: 6/1
4.      Alex Verdugo: 6/1
5.      Mike Soroka: 8/1
6.      Fernando Tatis Jr: 9/1
7.      Victor Robles: 20/1
8.      Nick Senzel: 35/1

Everything we’ve looked at so far has been positive. Now it’s time for something on the other end of the spectrum as we examine updated MLB betting odds on which manager will get fired first.

1.      Dave Martinez – Nationals: 2/1
2.      Mickey Callaway – Mets: 4/1
3.      Don Mattingly – Marlins: 9/2
4.      Ned Yost – Royals: 9/1
5.      Bob Melvin – Athletics: 15/1
6.      Rick Renteria – White Sox: 30/1
7.      Bruce Bochy – Giants: 90/1

Have fun with all that, folks. The MLB season is long, and three-quarters of the campaign remains to be decided. With that in mind, be savvy.

Jesse Reed
Managing Editor at Sportsnaut. Featured on Yardbarker and MSN.com, and formerly was a breaking news writer/NFL analyst for Bleacher Report.