St. Louis Cardinals MLB Betting Odds

St. Louis Cardinals MLB Betting Odds

St. Louis Cardinals MLB Betting

The St. Louis Cardinals have opened as the betting favorite to win the National League Central Division and with plenty of good reason. The Cardinals had one of the best offseason performances of any team in the major leagues. Further, National League Central rivals such as the Chicago Cubs and Cincinnati Reds cut payroll and seemed to be waving a white flag instead of a pennant. With such players as Paul Goldschmidt, Nolan Arenado, and Jack Flaherty, the Redbirds look like the team to beat in their division, with enough to potentially make it all the way to the Fall Classic.

St. Louis Cardinals at a Glance

Manager: Mike Shildt

Home Stadium: Busch Stadium

World Series Championships: 11 (Last, 2011)

League Pennants: 19 (Last, 2013)

Division Titles: 4 (Last, 2019)

Odds to Win World Series: +2510 (March 2021)

Odds to Win National League Pennant: +1335 (March 2021)

2021 Season Preview

The 2020 St. Louis Cardinals finished 30-28 and 24-29-5 under the total. A second place tie with the Cincinnati Reds was their standing, behind the first place Chicago Cubs. The Redbirds lost a three game wild card series to the San Diego Padres. MLB metrics had the Cards 24th for run production, 26th for OPS, 30th for home runs, 27th for stolen bases, 9th for earned run average, 8th for WHIP, 11th for quality starts, 10th for the bullpen, and 12th for fewest errors committed.

Manager Mike Shildt has spent his entire baseball career in the Cardinals organization. After starting as a scout, he worked his way up to manager midway through the 2018 season and has proven to be a perfect fit. Shildt has produced back-to-back playoffs campaigns in his two full seasons at the helm.

Nolan Arenado was acquired from the Colorado Rockies to set off dreams of a World Series in the Gateway City. Arenado was a franchise third baseman for the Rockies, and brings a hefty contract along with an element of risk. Arenado is coming off an injury plagued 2020 campaign, but the Cardinals are betting that he comes back stronger than ever. When right, Arenado is one of the game’s true dominant players, as evidenced by his eight gold gloves and four silver slugger awards. He is projected for 32 home runs. Arenado’s arrival is the ultimate proof St. Louis is all-in for 2021.

Catcher Yadier Molina is a franchise stalwart and nine-time NL All-Star. Cardinal pitchers will draw on his experience and expertise at calling games.

2021 St. Louis Cardinals Schedule

April 1-4: at Cincinnati Reds

April 5-7: at Miami Marlins

April 8-11: Milwaukee Brewers

April 12-14: Washington Nationals

April 16-18: at Philadelphia Phillies

April 19-21: at Washington Nationals

April 23-25: Cincinnati Reds

April 26-29: Philadelphia Phillies

April 30-May 2: at Pittsburgh Pirates

May 3-6: New York Mets

May 7-9: Colorado Rockies

May 11-13: at Milwaukee Brewers

May 14-16: at San Diego Padres

May 18-19: Pittsburgh Pirates

May 21-23: Chicago Cubs

May 24-26: at Chicago White Sox

May 27-30: at Arizona Diamondbacks

May 31-June 2: at Los Angeles Dodgers

June 3-6: Cincinnati Reds

June 8-9: Cleveland Indians

June 11-13: at Chicago Cubs

June 14-16: Miami Marlins

June 17-20: at Atlanta Braves

June 22-23: at Detroit Tigers

June 24-27: Pittsburgh Pirates

June 28-30: Arizona Diamondbacks

July 1-4: at Colorado Rockies

July 5-7: at San Francisco Giants

July 9-11: at Chicago Cubs

July 16-18: San Francisco Giants

July 19-22: Chicago Cubs

July 23-25: at Cincinnati Reds

July 27-28: at Cleveland Indians

July 30-August 1: Minnesota Twins

August 3-5: Atlanta Braves

August 6-8: Kansas City Royals

August 10-12: at Pittsburgh Pirates

August 13-15: at Kansas City Royals

August 17-19: Milwaukee Brewers

August 20-22: Pittsburgh Pirates

August 24-25: Detroit Tigers

August 26-29: at Pittsburgh Pirates

August 30-September 1: at Cincinnati Reds

September 3-5: at Milwaukee Brewers

September 6-9: Los Angeles Dodgers

September 10-12: Cincinnati Reds

September 13-15: at New York Mets

September 17-19: San Diego Padres

September 20-23: at Milwaukee Brewers

September 24-26: at Chicago Cubs

September 28-30: Milwaukee Brewers

October 1-3: Chicago Cubs

Statistics By Year (2010)

YEAR RECORD HOME AWAY MONEY O/U DIVISION FINISH
2020 30-28 15-15 15-13 +132 24-29-5 2nd
2019 91-71 50-31 41-40 +393 69-85-8 1st
2018 88-74 43-38 45-36 +309 77-78-7 3rd
2017 83-79 44-37 39-42 -874 81-73-8 3rd
2016 86-76 38-43 48-33 -649 83-73-6 2nd
2015 100-62 55-26 45-36 +2,247 75-75-12 1st
2014 90-72 51-30 39-42 +207 73-82-7 1st
2013 97-65 54-27 43-38 +1,106 79-75-8 1st
2012 88-74 50-31 38-43 -423 78-79-5 2nd
2011 90-72 45-36 45-36 +234 86-71-5 2nd
2010 86-76 52-29 34-47 -2,011 70-84-8 2nd

Year-By-Year History (2010)

YEAR RECORD STANDING POSTSEASON
2020 30-28 2nd Lost NLWC
2019 91-71 1st Lost NLCS
2018 88-74 3rd -
2017 83-79 3rd -
2016 86-76 2nd -
2015 100-62 1st Lost NLDS
2014 90-72 1st Lost NLCS
2013 97-65 1st Lost World Series
2012 88-74 2nd Lost NLCS
2011 90-72 2nd Won World Series
2010 86-76 2nd -
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