Detroit Tigers MLB Betting Odds

Detroit Tigers MLB Betting Odds

Detroit Tigers MLB Betting

Following four consecutive playoff seasons from 2011 through 2014, the Detroit Tigers have fallen upon hard times. Detroit is coming off its fourth straight losing season and has only one winning campaign in the ledger since 2015. To their credit, the Tigers admitted to all that they would be remaking the entire roster. Problematic is that patience is running out with their fans and gamblers. Detroit has opened as one of the biggest long shots on the board for the 2021 season. Manager AJ Hinch arrives with a discredited but winning reputation during his time with the Houston Astros. But Hinch doesn’t inherit the firepower that he enjoyed in H-Town.

Detroit Tigers at a Glance

Manager: AJ Hinch

Home Stadium: Comerica Park

World Series Championships: 4 ( Last, 1984 )

League Pennants: 11 ( Last, 2012 )

Division Titles: 7 ( Last, 2014 )

Odds to Win World Series: +23365 (March 2021)

Odds to Win American League Pennant: +13500 (March 2021)

2021 Season Preview

For 2020 the Detroit Tigers finished 23-35 and dead last in the American League Central. MLB metrics are indicative of a team lacking any identifiable strengths. Detroit ranked 22nd for run production, 25th for OPS, 24th for home runs, 26th for stolen bases, 30th for staff earned run average, 23rd for WHIP, 29th for quality starts, and 25th for the bullpen. The only positive from 2020 is that fans were not allowed into Comerica Park to watch the debacle.

Detroit was inactive during the offseason, so any improvement would come from the same core of players that put together the miserable numbers of 2020. Detroit ranks 24th in MLB for payroll.

In 2017 manager AJ Hinch led the Houston Astros to the only World Series title in team history. Hinch posted a .560 win percentage at Houston with four playoff appearances in five years.

Designated hitter Miguel Cabrera is the Tigers marquee man and was a key component of their winning days before the roster was blown up. Cabrera is a seven-time All-Star and five-time AL Silver Slugger Award winner.

Left fielder Robbie Grossman arrives from the Oakland A’s and is the projected leadoff man. He played for Hinch at Houston in 2015. Grossman hit ten home runs in 57 games last year.

Left hander Matthew Boyd is the number one starter for the Tigers. Last year he was lit up with a 3-7 record and a 6.71 earned run average.

2021 Detroit Tigers Schedule

April 1-4: Cleveland Indians

April 5-7: Minnesota Twins

April 9-11: at Cleveland Indians

April 12-14: at Houston Astros

April 15-18: at Oakland Athletics

April 20-22: Pittsburgh Pirates

April 23-26: Kansas City Royals

April 27-29: at Chicago White Sox

April 30-May 2: at New York Yankees

May 4-6: at Boston Red Sox

May 7-9: Minnesota Twins

May 11-13: Kansas City Royals

May 14-16: Chicago Cubs

May 17-19: at Seattle Mariners

May 21-23: at Kansas City Royals

May 24-27: Cleveland Indians

May 28-30: New York Yankees

May 31-June 1: at Milwaukee Brewers

June 3-6: at Chicago White Sox

June 8-10: Seattle Mariners

June 11-13: Chicago White Sox

June 14-16: at Kansas City Royals

June 17-20: at Los Angeles Angels

June 22-23: St. Louis Cardinals

June 24-27: Houston Astros

June 28-30: at Cleveland Indians

July 2-4: Chicago White Sox

July 5-7: at Texas Rangers

July 8-11: at Minnesota Twins

July 16-18: Minnesota Twins

July 19-22: Texas Rangers

July 23-25: at Kansas City Royals

July 26-28: at Minnesota Twins

July 29-August 1: Baltimore Orioles

August 3-5: Boston Red Sox

August 6-8: at Cleveland Indians

August 10-12: at Baltimore Orioles

August 13-15: Cleveland Indians

August 17-19: Los Angeles Angels

August 20-22: at Toronto Blue Jays

August 24-25: at St. Louis Cardinals

August 27-29: Toronto Blue Jays

August 31-September 2: Oakland Athletics

September 6-8: at Pittsburgh Pirates

September 10-12: Tampa Bay Rays

September 14-15: Milwaukee Brewers

September 16-19: at Tampa Bay Rays

September 20-22: Chicago White Sox

September 24-26: Kansas City Royals

September 28-30: at Minnesota Twins

October 1-3: at Chicago White Sox

Statistics By Year (2010)

YEAR RECORD HOME AWAY MONEY O/U DIVISION FINISH
2020 23-35 12-16 11-19 -175 28-29-1 5th
2019 47-114 22-59 35-55 -4125 69-80-12 5th
2018 64-98 38-42 26-55 -1,045 71-83-8 3rd
2017 64-98 34-47 30-51 -3,128 87-68-7 5th
2016 86-75 45-35 41-40 +1,087 80-73-8 2nd
2015 74-87 38-43 36-44 -1,030 85-68-8 5th
2014 90-72 45-36 45-36 -380 84-72-6 1st
2013 93-69 51-30 42-39 -1,150 81-75-6 1st
2012 88-74 50-31 38-43 -1,074 67-86-9 1st
2011 95-67 50-31 45-36 +1,888 84-66-12 1st
2010 81-81 52-29 29-52 -229 80-72-10 3rd

Year-By-Year History (2010)

YEAR RECORD STANDING POSTSEASON
2020 23-35 5th -
2019 47-114 5th -
2018 64-98 3rd -
2017 64-98 5th -
2016 86-75 2nd -
2015 74-87 5th -
2014 90-72 1st Lost ALDS
2013 93-69 1st Lost ALCS
2012 88-74 1st Lost World Series
2011 95-67 1st Lost ALCS
2010 81-81 3rd -
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