Atlanta Braves MLB Betting Odds

Atlanta Braves MLB Betting Odds

Atlanta Braves MLB Betting

For far too long, the Atlanta Braves have been the butt of jokes as a team that would have great regular seasons, only top flop in the playoffs. In 2020 the Braves overcame that label with a stirring postseason performance that took them all the way to the seventh and deciding game of the National League Championship Series, where they finally fell to the eventual World Series champion Los Angeles Dodgers. Atlanta is one of the top betting favorites to go all the way for the 2021 season. The Braves are one of the most exciting and complete teams in baseball. The big question is if Atlanta will draw too much in the way of public support, potentially driving down their value in the process. Regardless, the Braves are a top shelf team.

Atlanta Braves at a Glance

Manager: Brian Snitker

Home Stadium: Truist Park

World Series Championships: 3 ( Last, 1995 )

League Pennants: 17 ( Last, 1999)

Division Titles: 20 ( Last, 2020 )

Odds to Win World Series: +980 (March 2021)

Odds to Win National League Pennant: +530 (March 2021)

2021 Season Preview

The 2020 Atlanta Braves finished with a record of 35-25 and were 32-23-5 over the total. Atlanta won the National League East for the third consecutive season. MLB metrics showed the Braves 2nd for run scoring, 2nd for batting average, 1st for OPS, 2nd for home runs, 15th for earned run average, 17th for WHIP, 21st for quality starts, and fourth for the bullpen.

Alex Anthopolous has brought in Drew Smyly and Charlie Martin as new additions for 2021 as he felt the need to fortify the pitching staff. Just as important, he ensured that Marcell Ozuna returned to the batting order despite being unlikely to serve as designated hitter like he did last season.

Marcel Ozuna is a two-time NL All-Star and NL Silver Slugger Awardee. Last year in just 60 games, he hit 14 doubles, 18 home runs, and drove in 56 runs.

Ronald Acuna was another top performer in 2020. In 46 games, Acuna scored 46 runs and hit 11 doubles with 14 home runs and 29 runs batted in. Acuna was a 2019 NL All Star.

Max Fried returns as the number one starter after a sensational 2020 season in which he went 7-0 with a 2.25 earned run average. Fried posted a .1.09 WHIP. For his efforts, he was named to the All-MLB First Team for the 2020 campaign.

2021 Atlanta Braves Schedule

April 1-4: at Philadelphia Phillies

April 5-7: at Washington Nationals

April 9-11: Philadelphia Phillies

April 12-15: Miami Marlins

April 16-18: at Chicago Cubs

April 20-21: at New York Yankees

April 23-25: Arizona Diamondbacks

April 26-29: Chicago Cubs

April 30-May 2: at Toronto Blue Jays

May 4-6: at Washington Nationals

May 7-9: Philadelphia Phillies

May 11-13: Toronto Blue Jays

May 14-16: at Milwaukee Brewers

May 17-19: New York Mets

May 20-23: Pittsburgh Pirates

May 25-26: at Boston Red Sox

May 28-30: at New York Mets

May 31-June 3: Washington Nationals

June 4-6: Los Angeles Dodgers

June 8-10: at Philadelphia Phillies

June 11-13: at Miami Marlins

June 15-16: Boston Red Sox

June 17-20: St. Louis Cardinals

June 21-23: at New York Mets

June 24-27: at Cincinnati Reds

June 29-July 1: New York Mets

July 2-4: Miami Marlins

July 5-7: at Pittsburgh Pirates

July 9-July 11: at Miami Marlins

July 16-18: Tampa Bay Rays

July 19-21: San Diego Padres

July 22-25: at Philadelphia Phillies

July 26-29: at New York Mets

July 30-August 1: Milwaukee Brewers

August 3-5: at St. Louis Cardinals

August 6-8: Washington Nationals

August 10-12: Cincinnati Reds

August 13-15: at Washington Nationals

August 16-18: at Miami Marlins

August 20-22: at Baltimore Orioles

August 23-24: New York Yankees

August 27-29: San Francisco Giants

August 30-September 1: at Los Angeles Dodgers

September 2-5: at Colorado Rockies

September 7-9: Washington Nationals

September 10-12: Miami Marlins

September 14-16: Colorado Rockies

September 17-19: at San Francisco Giants

September 20-23: at Arizona Diamondbacks

September 24-26: at San Diego Padres

September 28-30: Philadelphia Phillies

October 1-3: New York Mets

Statistics By Year (2010)

YEAR RECORD HOME AWAY MONEY O/U DIVISION FINISH
2020 35-25 19-11 16-14 +208 32-23-5 1st
2019 97-65 50-31 47-34 +1619 76-78-8 1st
2018 90-72 43-38 47-34 +1,803 78-79-5 1st
2017 72-90 37-44 35-46 -411 81-76-5 3rd
2016 68-93 31-50 37-43 +388 82-69-10 5th
2015 67-95 42-39 25-56 -1,643 81-72-9 4th
2014 79-83 42-39 37-44 -1,803 63-86-13 2nd
2013 96-66 56-25 40-41 +994 73-81-8 1st
2012 94-68 48-33 46-35 +1,751 67-88-7 2nd
2011 89-73 47-34 42-39 -216 74-78-10 2nd
2010 91-71 56-25 35-46 +32 74-79-9 2nd

Year-By-Year History (2010)

YEAR RECORD STANDING POSTSEASON
2020 35-25 1st Lost NLCS
2019 97-65 1st Lost NLDS
2018 90-72 1st Lost NLDS
2017 72-90 3rd -
2016 68-93 5th -
2015 67-95 4th -
2014 79-83 2nd -
2013 96-66 1st Lost NLDS
2012 94-68 2nd Lost Wild Card
2011 89-73 2nd -
2010 91-71 2nd Lost NLDS
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