Philadelphia Phillies MLB Betting Odds

Philadelphia Phillies MLB Betting Odds

Philadelphia Phillies MLB Betting

In spring training of 2020, the Philadelphia Phillies were seen as an intriguing choice to win the National League East. Bryce Harper was expected to be more comfortable in his second season. But most important of all was the arrival of manager Joe Girardi. Girardi made his name with the New York Yankees, where he won a World Series and had his team in perpetual contention. The pandemic did much to kill the early momentum, and the Phillies failed to post a winning record for the ninth consecutive season. Philadelphia also was unable to qualify for the expanded postseason. The Phillies are no longer a team that the public is interested in, least at the start of the season. Girardi has the opportunity to engineer a surprise season, and contrarian gamblers will give Philadelphia a peak.

Philadelphia Phillies at a Glance

Manager: Joe Girardi

Home Stadium: Citizens Bank Park

World Series Championships: 2 (Last, 2008)

League Pennants: 7 (Last, 2009)

Division Titles: 11 (Last, 2011)

Odds to Win World Series: +6000 (March 2021)

Odds to Win National League Pennant: +3150 (March 2021)

2021 Season Preview

The 2020 Philadelphia Phillies finished with a record of 28-32 with 29-28-3 over the total. The Phillies finished third in the National League East Division. Philadelphia had relatively strong offensive metrics. The Phillies ranked 5th for run production, 7th for OPS, 11th for home runs, and 8th for stolen bases. However, Philadelphia was a disaster on the hill. The Phillies ranked 27th for staff earned run average, 27th for WHIP, 8th for quality starts, and dead last for the bullpen.

General manager Dave Dombrowski took over for demoted Matt Klentak last October and went to work to fortify the roster after a fire sale was feared to be ready to commence. JT Realmuto signed the wealthiest free agent catcher contract in history, while Archie Bradley, Jose Alvarado, and Brandon Kintzler arrive to fortify the beleaguered relief staff.

Bryce Harper arrived with great fanfare in 2019 after breaking the bank for a massive contract. Harper is a six-time NL All-Star and coming off a strong 2020 campaign. Harper compiled a .962 OPS, 13 home runs, 22 runs batted in, and 41 runs.

Catcher JT Realmuto is a two-time NL All-Star and was second-team All-MLB last year. Realmuto hit 11 home runs with 32 runs batted in and a .840 OPS for 2020.

Number one starter Aaron Nola was a 2018 NL All-Star that went 5-5 with a 3.28 earned run average in 2020 with a WHIP of 1.08.

2021 Philadelphia Phillies Schedule

April 1-4: Atlanta Braves

April 5-7: New York Mets

April 9-11: at Atlanta Braves

April 12-15: at New York Mets

April 16-18: St. Louis Cardinals

April 19-21: San Francisco Giants

April 23-25: at Colorado Rockies

April 26-29: at St. Louis Cardinals

April 30-May 2: New York Mets

May 3-6: Milwaukee Brewers

May 7-9: at Atlanta Braves

May 11-13: at Washington Nationals

May 14-16: at Toronto Blue Jays

May 18-20: Miami Marlins

May 21-23: Boston Red Sox

May 24-27: at Miami Marlins

May 29-30: at Tampa Bay Rays

May 31-June 2: at Cincinnati Reds

June 4-6: Washington Nationals

June 8-10: Atlanta Braves

June 12-13: New York Yankees

June 14-16: at Los Angeles Dodgers

June 18-20: at San Francisco Giants

June 22-23: Washington Nationals

June 25-27: at New York Mets

June 29-July 1: Miami Marlins

July 2-4: San Diego Padres

July 5-8: at Chicago Cubs

July 9-11: at Boston Red Sox

July 16-18: Miami Marlins

July 20-21: at New York Yankees

July 22-25: Atlanta Braves

July 26-29: Washington Nationals

July 30-August 1: at Pittsburgh Pirates

August 2-5: at Washington Nationals

August 6-8: New York Mets

August 10-12: Los Angeles Dodgers

August 13-15: Cincinnati Reds

August 17-19: at Arizona Diamondbacks

August 20-22: at San Diego Padres

August 24-25: Tampa Bay Rays

August 26-29: Arizona Diamondbacks

August 20-September 1: at Washington Nationals

September 3-5: at Miami Marlins

September 6-8: at Milwaukee Brewers

September 9-12: Colorado Rockies

September 14-16: Chicago Cubs

September 17-19: at New York Mets

September 20-22: Baltimore Orioles

September 23-26: Pittsburgh Pirates

September 28-30: at Atlanta Braves

October 1-3: at Miami Marlins

Statistics By Year (2010)

YEAR RECORD HOME AWAY MONEY O/U DIVISION FINISH
2020 28-32 17-13 11-19 - 29-28-3 3rd
2019 81-81 45-36 36-45 -846 73-82-7 4th
2018 80-82 49-32 31-50 -785 74-81-7 3rd
2017 66-96 27-54 39-37 -1,179 69-82-11 5th
2016 71-91 37-44 34-47 -201 78-76-8 4th
2015 63-99 37-44 26-55 -842 86-64-12 5th
2014 73-89 37-44 36-45 -462 83-69-10 5th
2013 73-89 43-38 30-51 -2,098 83-74-5 4th
2012 81-81 40-41 41-40 -1,600 83-73-6 3rd
2011 102-60 52-29 50-31 +1,273 74-78-10 1st
2010 97-65 52-29 45-36 +971 74-85-3 1st

Year-By-Year History (2010)

YEAR RECORD STANDING POSTSEASON
2020 28-32 3rd -
2019 81-81 4th -
2018 80-82 3rd -
2017 66-96 5th -
2016 71-91 4th -
2015 63-99 5th -
2014 73-89 5th -
2013 73-89 4th -
2012 81-81 3rd -
2011 102-60 1st Lost NLDS
2010 97-65 1st Lost NLCS
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