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Miami Marlins MLB Betting Odds

The recent breakup of Derek Jeter and the Marlins is seen as a bad sign by most of the baseball community. Jeter said he was leaving the team because of philosophical differences. Since their 2003 World Series championship, the Marlins have made the playoffs only one time and that was in 2020 when the postseason field was expanded because of the pandemic. Miami has an all-time winning percentage of .462 and has only made three trips to the playoffs in 30 years. If it wasn’t for the World Series titles in 1997 and 2003, this franchise might have left Miami, but the Marlins are in south Florida for the next two decades as a result of an extremely favorable stadium deal.

Miami Marlins at a Glance

Manager: Don Mattingly

Home Stadium: LoanDepot Park

World Series Championships: 2 (Last, 2003)

League Pennants: 2 (Last, 2003)

Division Titles: None

Odds to Win World Series: +100000 (August 5, 2022)

Odds to Win National League Pennant: +45000 (August 5, 2022)

2022 Miami Marlins Season at the All-Star Break

Sandy Alcantara has been incredible for Miami this season. Alcantara is the odds-on favorite to win the NL Cy Young Award, and he is the main reason that the Marlins are close to .500 at the All-Star Break. He is 9-4 with a 0.904 WHIP and a 1.76 ERA, and he has thrown two complete games. Don Mattingly has allowed Alcantara to go deep into games, and the young starter has thrown 138.1 innings in his 19 starts this season. That’s much more than any other starter in baseball, but it highlights just how important he is to the team. Unsurprisingly, Alcantara also leads the majors with a 5.3 WAR for Pitchers, putting him a full win above Max Fried, and 1.4 wins above every other pitcher in the league.

Miami has another solid pitcher in Pablo Lopez, and Lopez is on pace to throw for close to 200 innings this season. Unfortunately, 2021 All-Star and NL Rookie of the Year runner-up Trevor Rogers has imploded this year, and he has a 4-9 record with a 1.548 WHIP and a 5.46 ERA. Rogers is giving up a lot of contact, but Miami is giving him leeway to work it out on his own.

The pitching staff may finally get some help soon as Jesus Luzardo will start his rehab assignment after the All-Star Break and Sixto Sanchez is finally facing hitters again.

Jazz Chisholm has been the most exciting player on the Marlins other than Alcantara. Chisholm is just 24, but he has shown serious pop and speed, and he leads Miami with 14 home runs and 12 stolen bases. Unfortunately, Chisholm has been dealing with a back injury, so he won’t be playing in the All-Star Game.

The only other solid bats in the lineup have been Brian Anderson and Garrett Cooper. Anderson is averaging more than a strikeout a game, but he has done a good job with contact and has a 114 OPS+. Cooper was listed as an All-Star Game replacement as he leads Miami with a .283 batting average, and he is second on the team in OPS behind Chisholm.

2022 Miami Marlins Season Schedule

April 3: Atlanta Braves

April 8-10: at San Francisco Giants

April 11-12: at Los Angeles Angels

April 14-17: Philadelphia Phillies

April 19-21: St. Louis Cardinals

April 22-24: at Atlanta Braves

April 26-28: at Washington Nationals

April 29-May 1: Seattle Mariners

May 2-4: Arizona Diamondbacks

May 5-8: at San Diego Padres

May 9-11: at Arizona Diamondbacks

May 13-15: Milwaukee Brewers

May 16-18: Washington Nationals

May 20-22: Atlanta Braves

May 24-25: at Tampa Bay Rays

May 27-29: at Atlanta Braves

May 30-June 1: at Colorado Rockies

June 2-5: San Francisco Giants

June 7-9: Washington Nationals

June 10-12: at Houston Astros

June 13-15: at Philadelphia Phillies

June 17-20: at New York Mets

June 21-23: Colorado Rockies

June 24-26: New York Mets

June 27-29: at St. Louis Cardinals

July 1-4: at Washington Nationals

July 5-6: Los Angeles Angels

July 7-10: at New York Mets

July 11-14: Pittsburgh Pirates

July 15-17: Philadelphia Phillies

July 22-24: at Pittsburgh Pirates

July 25-28: at Cincinnati Reds

July 29-31: New York Mets

August 1-3: Cincinnati Reds

August 5-7: at Chicago Cubs

August 9-11: at Philadelphia Phillies

August 12-14: Atlanta Braves

August 15-17: San Diego Padres

August 19-21: at Los Angeles Dodgers

August 22-24: at Oakland Athletics

August 26-29: Los Angeles Dodgers

August 30-31: Tampa Bay Rays

September 2-4: at Atlanta Braves

September 6-8: at Philadelphia Phillies

September 9-11: New York Mets

September 13-15: Philadelphia Phillies

September 16-18: at Washington Nationals

September 19-21: Chicago Cubs

September 23-25: Washington Nationals

September 27-28: at New York Mets

September 29-October 2: at Milwaukee Brewers

Statistics By Year (2010)

2021 67-95 42-39 25-56 -1780 74-80-7 4th
2020 31-29 15-15 16-14 +1186 32-27-1 2nd
2019 57-105 30-51 27-54 -1467 79-73-10 5th
2018 63-98 38-43 25-55 -477 80-75-6 5th
2017 77-85 43-38 34-47 -644 84-67-11 2nd
2016 79-82 40-40 39-42 -611 80-75-6 3rd
2015 71-97 41-40 30-51 -1,413 77-77-8 3rd
2014 77-85 42-39 35-46 -2 83-68-11 4th
2013 62-100 36-45 26-55 -1,397 62-83-17 5th
2012 69-93 38-43 31-50 -2,471 73-75-14 5th
2011 72-90 32-49 40-41 -1,345 77-76-9 5th
2010 80-82 41-40 39-42 -54 80-76-6 3rd

Year-By-Year History (2010)

2021 67-95 4th -
2020 31-29 2nd Lost NLDS
2019 57-105 5th -
2018 63-98 5th -
2017 77-85 2nd -
2016 79-82 3rd -
2015 71-97 3rd -
2014 77-85 4th -
2013 62-100 5th -
2012 69-93 5th -
2011 72-90 5th -
2010 80-82 3rd -
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