Texas Rangers MLB Betting Odds

Texas Rangers MLB Betting Odds

Texas Rangers MLB Betting

Last season was supposed to be something of a celebration for the Texas Rangers. They were to christen their brand new home, Globe Life Field, with sellout crowds. Instead, the pandemic forced the Rangers to play in front of empty stands when the action finally resumed. An expected sharp increase in revenue was blown apart, and the hopes of the new digs serving as a beard for a terrible team did not pan out either. Sadly, the Rangers begin the 2021 campaign as one of the biggest long shots on the board. Texas has not made the playoffs since the 2016 season, and it may be several years before they get back to the postseason. The Rangers had some of the worst metrics in baseball for 2020 and lacked an identifiable strength.

Texas Rangers at a Glance

Manager: Chris Woodward

Home Stadium: Globe Life Park

World Series Championships: None

League Pennants: 2 ( Last, 2011 )

Division Titles: 7 ( Last, 2016 )

Odds to Win World Series: +21066 (March 2021)

Odds to Win American League Pennant: +11500 (March 2021)

2021 Season Preview

The 2020 Texas Rangers finished with a record of 22-38 along with 30-25-5 over the total. Texas was dead last of the five teams in the American League West Division. The Rangers ranked 29th in MLB for runs scored, 29th for OPS, 23rd for home runs, 23rd for earned run average, 21st for WHIP, 15th for quality starts, 22nd for the bullpen, and 23rd for the fewest errors committed.

Texas ranks 22nd for team payroll entering the 2021 season and did not exert themselves as far as increasing that number compared to last year.

Manager Chris Woodward took over the Rangers managerial position in 2019 after serving as a Los Angeles Dodgers coach before that. His connection to the Dodgers' success was a significant selling point in his getting the job. Woodward has a .450 winning percentage as Texas manager but has not had much to work with during his time in charge.

Right fielder Joey Gallo is the marquee man of the Rangers. Gallo is an AL Gold Glove Award winner. He is projected for 39 home runs and 94 runs batted for the 2021 season. Gallo hit ten home runs with 26 runs batted in last year. He has twice hit 40 or more home runs in a season.

Kyle Gibson is slated to be the number one starter on the Rangers. Gibson is coming off a poor 5.35 earned run average and 1.53 WHIP in 2020, far below normal production.

2021 Texas Rangers Schedule

April 1-4: at Kansas City Royals

April 5-7: Toronto Blue Jays

April 9-11: San Diego Padres

April 12-15: at Tampa Bay Rays

April 16-18: Baltimore Orioles

April 19-21: at Los Angeles Angels

April 23-25: at Chicago White Sox

April 26-28: Los Angeles Angels

April 29-May 2: Boston Red Sox

May 3-6: at Minnesota Twins

May 7-9: Seattle Mariners

May 10-11: at San Francisco Giants

May 13-16: at Houston Astros

May 17-20: New York Yankees

May 21-23: Houston Astros

May 25-26: at Los Angeles Angels

May 26-30: at Seattle Mariners

June 1-3: at Colorado Rockies

June 4-6: Tampa Bay Rays

June 8-9: San Francisco Giants

June 11-13: at Los Angeles Dodgers

June 15-16: at Houston Astros

June 18-20: Minnesota Twins

June 21-24: Oakland Athletics

June 25-27: Kansas City Royals

June 29-July 1: at Oakland Athletics

July 2-4: at Seattle Mariners

July 5-7: Detroit Tigers

July 9-11: Oakland Athletics

July 16-18: at Toronto Blue Jays

July 19-22: at Detroit Tigers

July 23-25: at Houston Astros

July 27-28: Arizona Diamondbacks

July 30-August 1: Seattle Mariners

August 2-5: Los Angeles Angels

August 6-8: at Oakland Athletics

August 10-12: at Seattle Mariners

August 13-15: Oakland Athletics

August 17-19: Seattle Mariners

August 20-22: at Boston Red Sox

August 24-26: at Cleveland Indians

August 27-29: Houston Astros

August 30-September 1: Colorado Rockies

September 3-6: at Los Angeles Angels

September 7-8: at Arizona Diamondbacks

September 10-12: at Oakland Athletics

September 13-16: Houston Astros

September 17-19: Chicago White Sox

September 20-22: at New York Yankees

September 23-26: at Baltimore Orioles

September 28-30: Los Angeles Angels

October 1-3: Cleveland Indians

Statistics By Year (2010)

YEAR RECORD HOME AWAY MONEY O/U DIVISION FINISH
2020 22-38 16-14 6-24 -888 30-25-5 5th
2019 78-84 45-36 33-48 +909 75-83-4 3rd
2018 67-95 34-47 33-48 -1,082 77-76-9 5th
2017 78-84 41-40 37-44 -127 74-82-6 4th
2016 95-67 53-28 42-39 +2,932 79-73-10 1st
2015 88-74 43-38 45-36 +2,955 73-80-9 1st
2014 67-95 33-48 34-47 -2,048 70-81-11 5th
2013 91-72 46-36 45-36 -461 64-90-9 2nd
2012 93-69 50-31 43-38 -439 72-83-7 2nd
2011 96-66 52-29 44-37 +1,275 85-68-9 1st
2010 90-72 51-30 39-42 -160 74-80-8 1st

Year-By-Year History (2010)

YEAR RECORD STANDING POSTSEASON
2020 22-38 5th -
2019 78-84 3rd -
2018 67-95 5th -
2017 78-84 4th -
2016 95-67 1st Lost ALDS
2015 88-74 1st Lost ALDS
2014 67-95 5th -
2013 91-72 2nd -
2012 93-69 2nd Lost Wild Card
2011 96-66 1st Lost World Series
2010 90-72 1st Lost World Series
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