Chicago Cubs MLB Betting Odds

Chicago Cubs MLB Betting Odds

Chicago Cubs MLB Betting

Last year was considered to be the Chicago Cubs' one last run for glory. The Cubs won the National League Central for the third time in five years and made the postseason for the fifth time in six seasons. However, the hopes of another World Series were shattered in a stunning 2-0 upset loss to the Miami Marlins in the wild card. If that wasn't bad enough, the Cubs seemed to be waving the white flag of surrender this past offseason. The core roster that led the Cubs to the greatest era of glory in their history is breaking up. Fans and gamblers alike see the Cubs' World Series window closing, least for this team's generation.

Chicago Cubs at a Glance

Manager: David Ross

Home Stadium: Wrigley Field

World Series Championships: 3 (Last, 2006)

League Pennants: 17 (Last, 2016)

Divisions Titles: 8 (Last, 2020)

Odds to Win World Series: +6300 (March 2021)

Odds to Win National League Pennant: +3600 (March 2021)

2021 Season Preview

The 2020 Chicago Cubs finished 24-26 with 29-30-1 under the total. The Cubs were champions of the National League Central Division by three games over the St. Louis Cardinals and Cincinnati Reds. MLB metrics showed the Cubs 20th for run production, 27th for batting average, 21st for OPS, and 17th for home runs. Chicago committed the eighth fewest errors in the major leagues. On the hill, the Cubs ranked 10th for staff earned run average, 7th for WHIP, 2nd for quality starts, and 13th for the bullpen.

Overall, Chicago has dropped to 11th in Major League Baseball for team payroll after consistently ranking in the top five. Many Cubs fans saw Yu Darvish's departure as a declaration of unconditional surrender for the 2021 season. The Cubs still have an appealing core with Javier Baez, Kris Bryant, and Anthony Rizzo, but legitimate questions abound about whether it will be enough.

First baseman Anthony Rizzo is a three-time NL All-Star but is coming off a subpar 2020 season. Rizzo hit .222 with 11 home runs, 24 runs batted in, and a .755 OPS. The previous season Rizzo posted a .924 OPS.

Third Baseman Kris Bryant is also a three-time All-Star that suffered from a steep drop in 2020. Bryant went from a .903 OPS in 2019 down to .644 in 2020. He hit only four home runs on the year.

Kyle Hendricks still anchors the starting pitching staff and was a reliable performer in 2020.

2021 Chicago Cubs Schedule

April 1-4: Pittsburgh Pirates

April 5-7: Milwaukee Brewers

April 8-11: at Pittsburgh Pirates

April 12-14: at Milwaukee Brewers

April 16-18: Atlanta Braves

April 20-23: New York Mets

April 23-25: Milwaukee Brewers

April 26-29: at Atlanta Braves

April 30-May 2: at Cincinnati Reds

May 3-5: Los Angeles Dodgers

May 7-9: Pittsburgh Pirates

May 11-12: at Cleveland Indians

May 14-16: at Detroit Tigers

May 17-20: Washington Nationals

May 21-23: at St. Louis Cardinals

May 25-27: at Pittsburgh Pirates

May 28-30: Cincinnati Reds

May 31-June 2: San Diego Padres

June 3-6: at San Francisco Giants

June 7-9: at San Diego Padres

June 11-13: St. Louis Cardinals

June 14-17: at New York Mets

June 18-20: Miami Marlins

June 21-22: Cleveland Indians

June 24-27: at Los Angeles Dodgers

June 28-30: at Milwaukee Brewers

July 2-4: at Cincinnati Reds

July 5-8: Philadelphia Phillies

July 9-11: St. Louis Cardinals

July 16-18: at Arizona Diamondbacks

July 19-22: at St. Louis Cardinals

July 23-25: Arizona Diamondbacks

July 26-29: Cincinnati Reds

July 30-August 1: at Washington Nationals

August 3-5: at Colorado Rockies

August 6-8: Chicago White Sox

August 9-12: Milwaukee Brewers

August 13-15: at Miami Marlins

August 16-18: at Cincinnati Reds

August 20-22: Kansas City Royals

August 23-25: Colorado Rockies

August 27-29: at Chicago White Sox

August 31-September 1: at Minnesota Twins

September 2-5: Pittsburgh Pirates

September 6-8: Cincinnati Reds

September 10-12: San Francisco Giants

September 14-16: at Philadelphia Phillies

September 17-19: at Milwaukee Brewers

September 21-22: Minnesota Twins

September 24-26: St. Louis Cardinals

September 28-30: at Pittsburgh Pirates

October 1-3: at St. Louis Cardinals

Statistics By Year (2010)

YEAR RECORD HOME AWAY MONEY O/U DIVISION FINISH
2020 34-26 17-13 17-13 +179 29-30-1 1st
2019 84-78 51-30 33-48 -1172 85-80-7 3rd
2018 95-68 51-31 44-37 55 73-88-2 2nd
2017 92-70 48-33 44-37 -1,198 76-79-7 1st
2016 103-58 57-24 46-34 +299 75-79-8 1st
2015 97-65 49-32 48-33 +1,751 71-81-10 3rd
2014 73-89 41-40 32-49 -450 82-73-7 6th
2013 66-96 31-50 35-46 -1,542 68-86-8 5th
2012 61-101 38-43 23-58 -2,568 80-75-7 6th
2011 71-91 39-42 32-49 -1,424 79-77-6 5th
2010 75-87 35-46 40-41 -1,613 69-82-11 5th

Year-By-Year History (2010)

YEAR RECORD STANDING POSTSEASON
2020 34-26 1st Lost NLWC
2019 84-78 3rd -
2018 95-68 2nd Lost NLWC
2017 92-70 1st Lost NLCS
2016 103-58 1st Won World Series
2015 97-65 3rd Lost NLCS
2014 73-89 6th -
2013 66-96 5th -
2012 61-101 6th -
2011 71-91 5th -
2010 75-87 5th -
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