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Arizona Diamondbacks 2024 World Series Odds

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With a record of 84-78, the Arizona Diamondbacks barely made the National League Playoffs as a wild card team. Yet the Diamondbacks went all the way to the World Series, where they ran out of steam against the superior Texas Rangers, losing four games to one. Were the Diamondbacks a flash in the pan, or are they here to stay? That is the question confronting gamblers in 2024. So far, Arizona is not getting much love on the future market to win the 2024 World Series. Arizona had a solid offseason, which offers hope for the potential of another D-Backs playoff run.

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In 2023, the Arizona Diamondbacks had a record of 84-78 and finished 2nd in the National League West Division. Offensively, Arizona ranked 14th for runs scored, 14th for batting average, 17th for OPS, 22nd for home runs, and 2nd for stolen bases.

Defensively, Arizona ranked 20th for earned run average, 19th for WHIP, 4th for strikeouts, 13th for quality starts, 1st for fewest errors, and x for bullpen ERA. Arizona was +367 on the moneyline and +426 on the run line.

Last season, Arizona offered above average value but perhaps not as good as hoped for based on the Diamondbacks being a surprise and upstart team. So far, gamblers are not sold on the Diamondbacks being here to stay as a regular contender.

Key offseason acquisitions: 3B Eugenio Suárez, LHP Eduardo Rodriguez, OF/DH Joc Pederson

Key offseason departures: OF Tommy Pham, 3B Evan Longoria, RHP Mark Melancon

The Diamondbacks won the National League pennant, but even they’d admit they did it with an imperfect roster. The rotation was two deep for most of the year (Gallen and Kelly, then little else), and they hit 30 fewer homers than the average National League team, which helps explain how they were outscored in the regular season. They entered the offseason needing a reliable starting pitcher and some power.

Arizona GM Mike Hazen wanted to add depth to the starting rotation, as well as more thump to the lineup. Methodically, he did just that. Rodriguez was one of the best starters on the market, and his addition gives Arizona three proven veterans at the head of the rotation. In addition to adding Suárez, who fills a hole at third base, and Pederson, who will provide pop against right-handers in the DH role, the team re-signed outfielder Lourdes Gurriel Jr., who was a big part of their lineup in 2023.

Gamblers are asking if the D-backs build off of last season’s magical run to the World Series. Last year, they were able to sneak up on teams and did not weigh expectations. This year that is no longer the case.

Arizona ranks 16th for MLB payroll.

Arizona Diamondbacks Key Players

RHP Zac Gallen is the number-one starter for Arizona. Last year, Gallen was 17-9 with a 3.47 ERA and 1.12 WHIP.

RHP Paul Sewald is the Arizona closer. Last year, he was 3-2 with a 3.12 ERA and 1.14 WHIP with 34 saves in 39 opportunities.

2B Ketel Marte produced 94 runs, 26 doubles, nine triples, 25 home runs, and 82 runs batted in with a .276 average and .843 OPSD.

Arizona Diamondbacks Manager

Since 2017, Torey Lovullo has been the Arizona manager. He has produced two playoff campaigns.

Season-by-Season Record (Since 2015)

2023 84 78 2nd Lost World Series (Rangers) 4–1
2022 74 88 4th -
2021 52 110 5th -
2020 25 35 5th -
2019 85 77 2nd -
2018 82 80 3rd -
2017 93 69 2nd Lost NLDS (Dodgers) 3–0
2016 69 93 4th -
2015 79 83 3rd -
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