Miami Marlins MLB Betting Odds

Miami Marlins MLB Betting Odds

Miami Marlins MLB Betting

Last year the Miami Marlins made the postseason for the first time since 2003 and just the third time in their history. The big question is if the Marlins made the postseason because of the pandemic shortened schedule or if it is a portent of things to come. Miami was one of the biggest longshots on the board at the start of the 2020 season. Yet they managed to sneak through. The Marlins even managed to win their wild card series before succumbing to the Atlanta Braves 3-0 in the National League Championship Series. Manager Don Mattingly deserves credit for holding the team together and installing a sense of belief where there was none to find among the public. Despite their success in 2020, not much is expected from the Marlins this year. A repeat appearance in the postseason is considered improbable at best.

Miami Marlins at a Glance

Manager: Don Mattingly

Home Stadium: Marlins Park

World Series Championships: 2 (Last, 2003)

League Pennants: 2 (Last, 2003)

Division Titles: None

Odds to Win World Series: +12654 (March 2021)

Odds to Win National League Pennant: +8500 (March 2021)

2021 Season Preview

The 2020 Miami Marlins finished 31-29 and 33-31-1 over the total. Miami was second to the Atlanta Braves in the National League East. Overall MLB metrics showed the Marlins 21st for run production, 23rd for OPS, 26th for home runs, 2nd for stolen bases, 21st for staff earned run average, 25th for WHIP, 18th for quality starts, and 26th for the bullpen. Miami ranked 24th for the fewest errors committed in the field.

New general manager Kim Ng is the first female ever to run a Major League Baseball franchise. However, she faces the same problems as her predecessors in putting together a winner on a shoestring budget. So far, her tenure has been understandably quiet. And with the 27th ranked payroll in baseball, the challenges will be immense.

Manager Don Mattingly is best known for his playing days with the New York Yankees from 1982 through 1992. He was a six-time All-Star and is a Yankees Monument Park honoree. Mattingly had his number retired by the Yankees. He was named 2020 Manager of the Year in getting the Marlins into the postseason. Previously, Mattingly managed the Los Angeles Dodgers, where he compiled a .551 winning percentage. He led the Dodgers to three straight division titles but was fired in 2015 because he couldn’t advance to the World Series.

2021 Miami Marlins Schedule

April 1-3: Tampa Bay Rays

April 5-7: St. Louis Cardinals

April 8-11: at New York Mets

April 12-15: at Atlanta Braves

April 16-18: San Francisco Giants

April 20-21: Baltimore Orioles

April 22-25: at San Francisco Giants

April 26-28: at Milwaukee Brewers

April 30-May 2: at Washington Nationals

May 4-6: Arizona Diamondbacks

May 7-9: Milwaukee Brewers

May 10-13: at Arizona Diamondbacks

May 14-16: at Los Angeles Dodgers

May 18-20: at Philadelphia Phillies

May 21-23: New York Mets

May 24-27: Philadelphia Phillies

May 28-30: at Boston Red Sox

June 1-2: at Toronto Blue Jays

June 3-6: at Pittsburgh Pirates

June 8-10: Colorado Rockies

June 11-13: Atlanta Braves

June 14-16: at St. Louis Cardinals

June 18-20: at Chicago Cubs

June 22-23: Toronto Blue Jays

June 24-27: Washington Nationals

June 29-July 1: at Philadelphia Phillies

July 2-4: at Atlanta Braves

July 5-8: Los Angeles Dodgers

July 9-11: Atlanta Braves

July 16-18: at Philadelphia Phillies

July 19-21: at Washington Nationals

July 22-25: San Diego Padres

July 27-28: at Baltimore Orioles

July 30-August 1: New York Yankees

August 2-5: New York Mets

August 6-8: at Colorado Rockies

August 9-11: at San Diego Padres

August 13-15: Chicago Cubs

August 16-18: Atlanta Braves

August 19-22: at Cincinnati Reds

August 24-26: Washington Nationals

August 27-29: Cincinnati Reds

August 31-September 2: at New York Mets

September 3-5: Philadelphia Phillies

September 7-9: New York Mets

September 10-12: at Atlanta Braves

September 13-15: at Washington Nationals

September 17-19: Pittsburgh Pirates

September 20-22: Washington Nationals

September 24-26: at Tampa Bay Rays

September 28-30: at New York Mets

October 1-3: Philadelphia Phillies

Statistics By Year (2010)

YEAR RECORD HOME AWAY MONEY O/U DIVISION FINISH
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)

YEAR RECORD STANDING POSTSEASON
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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