Atlanta Braves 2024 MLB World Series Futures - MLB Lines

Atlanta Braves 2024 World Series Odds

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The Atlanta Braves are coming off six consecutive National League East Division titles. Included in that run was the 2021 World Series championship. But the other five times, Atlanta did what it is known for and lost a playoff series that she should have won, and last year epitomized the Braves’ reputation. Atlanta won 104 games but was taken out three games to one by a lesser Philadelphia Phillies team in the NLCS. But in the 2024 futures market, gamblers are coming back for more. In most markets, Atlanta is second to the Los Angeles Dodgers as the public’s choice to win the World Series.

2024 MLB World Series Betting Odds

Atlanta Braves MLB Betting Odds

In 2023, the Atlanta Braves had a record of 104-58 and finished 1st in the National League East Division. Offensively, Atlanta ranked 1st for runs scored, 1st for batting average, 1st for OPS, 1st for home runs, and 10th for stolen bases. Defensively, Atlanta ranked 15th for earned run average, 17th for WHIP, 6th for strikeouts, 11th for quality starts, 15th for fewest errors, and 11th for bullpen ERA. Atlanta was +486 on the moneyline and -242 on the run line.

Last season, The Braves provided reliable moneyline value despite being one of the most public teams on the board. However, gamblers should note that the Braves offered their best value on the road, where prices are more reasonable. Atlanta was +580 in road games but -94 at home, where prices are much more prohibitive.

Key offseason acquisitions: LHP Chris Sale, LF Jarred Kelenic, RHP Reynaldo López, LHP Aaron Bummer

Key offseason departures: OF Eddie Rosario, RHP Kirby Yates, RHP Kyle Wright, RHP Michael Soroka, INF Nicky Lopez

Gamblers are wondering what the Braves have beyond Max Fried and Spencer Strider in the rotation. If Charlie Morton duplicates last year’s success and Sale ends his injury woes, this starting staff will be more than capable of supporting what should again be one of the game’s most potent offenses.

The desire to fill the pitching staff with power arms led the Braves to re-sign both Pierce Johnson and Joe Jiménez before acquiring López and Bummer. López will likely begin the season in the rotation, but he could be a high-leverage option if he returns to a relief role. The acquisition of Kelenic came via the Braves’ willingness to take on bad contracts and ultimately pay about $17 million for the high-upside former top prospect.

Atlanta ranks 6th for MLB payroll.

Atlanta Braves Key Players

LHP Max Fried is the number-one starter for the Braves. Fried was a 2022 NL All-Star and has three Rawlings NL Gold Glove awards. Last year, fried was 8-1 with a 2.55 ERA and 1.13 WHIP. His ERA has been under 2.60 in four of his last five seasons.

RHP Raisel Iglesias is the Atlanta closer. In 2023, Iglesias was 5-4 with a 2.75 ERA and 1.19 WHIP with 33 saves in 37 opportunities.

RF Ronald Acuna Jr is one of the most exciting players in the game. Last year, he produced 149 runs, 35 doubles, 41 home runs, 106 runs batted in with a 1.012 OPS.

Atlanta Braves Manager

Since 2016, Brian Snitker has been the manager of the Braves. His career record is 646-509, with six playoff appearances and a World Series title.

Season-by-Season Record (Since 2015)

2023 104 58 1st Lost NLDS (Phillies) 3–1
2022 101 61 1st Lost NLDS (Phillies) 3–1
2021 88 73 1st Won World Series (Astros) 4–2
2020 35 25 1st Lost NLCS (Dodgers) 4–3
2019 97 65 1st Lost NLDS (Cardinals) 3–2
2018 90 72 1st Lost NLDS (Dodgers) 3–1
2017 72 90 3rd -
2016 68 93 5th -
2015 67 95 4th -
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