The 2022 MLB regular season is in the books and preseason bettors are cashing their tickets on MLB win totals. Check out what the baseball win totals odds were for every team below.
MLB win totals
Live baseball win totals for the 2023 MLB season will be available soon.
Baseball over unders vs. last year’s record
Here is a look at this year’s baseball win total over/unders from the pre-season, with most projected wins to the least. We also glance at each team’s record from last season.
|Team||2022 Over Under Win Total||2021 Record|
|LA Dodgers||96.5 Wins||106-56|
|Houston Astros||91.5 Wins||95-67|
|Chicago White Sox||91.5 Wins||93-69|
|New York Yankees||91.5 Wins||92-70|
|Toronto Blue Jays||91.5 Wins||91-71|
|Atlanta Braves||90.5 Wins||88-73|
|New York Mets||90.5 Wins||77-85|
|Tampa Bay Rays||89.5 Wins||100-62|
|Milwaukee Brewers||88.5 Wins||95-67|
|San Diego Padres||88.5 Wins||79-83|
|St. Louis Cardinals||85.5 Wins||90-72|
|San Francisco Giants||85.5 Wins||107-55|
|Boston Red Sox||85.5 Wins||92-70|
|Philadelphia Phillies||85.5 Wins||82-80|
|Seattle Mariners||84.5 Wins||90-72|
|LA Angels||83.5 Wins||77-85|
|Minnesota Twins||80.5 Wins||73-89|
|Detroit Tigers||78.5 Wins||77-85|
|Cleveland Guardians||76.5 Wins||80-82|
|Miami Marlins||76.5 Wins||67-95|
|Chicago Cubs||75.5 Wins||71-91|
|Kansas City Royals||75.5 Wins||74-88|
|Cincinnati Reds||74.5 Wins||83-79|
|Texas Rangers||74.5 Wins||60-102|
|Washington Nationals||71.5 Wins||65-97|
|Oakland Athletics||71.5 Wins||86-76|
|Colorado Rockies||67.5 Wins||74-87|
|Arizona Diamondbacks||66.5 Wins||61-101|
|Pittsburgh Pirates||65.5 Wins||61-101|
|Baltimore Orioles||62.5 Wins||52-110|
MLB over under win totals: Team by team (2022)
Los Angeles Dodgers: 96.5 Wins (-110 Over) / (-110 Under)
This might be Clayton Kershaw’s last run in LA, Trevor Bauer is still embroiled in controversy, and the Dodgers had to let Max Scherzer and Corey Seager walk. But they reloaded with Freddie Freeman, re-signed Cody Bellinger, and bring back MVP candidate Trea Turner.
Houston Astros: 91.5 Wins (-110 Over) / (-110 Under)
Justin Verlander returns to lead a promising young pitching staff that posted a collective 3.80 ERA last season. While Carlos Correa has moved on, Yordan Alvarez is fast becoming one of the most fearsome bats in baseball.
Chicago White Sox: 91.5 Wins (-110 Over) / (-110 Under)
Only the Rays posted a better collective ERA than the White Sox (3.73) in the A.L. last season. The Southsiders added more explosive arms to their bullpen and are set to once again dominate a weak division.
New York Yankees: 91.5 Wins (-110 Over) / (-110 Under)
In a sign of the times, even the Yankees didn’t splurge for a big-name SS, instead opting to roll the dice on veteran Marwin Gonzalez or utility man Isiah Kiner-Falefa. There is little room for error in the stacked A.L. East.
Toronto Blue Jays: 91.5 Wins (-110 Over) / (-110 Under)
The exciting young Blue Jays hit a league-high 262 homers last year and went 50-33 after July 1 to finish with 91 wins and narrowly miss out on the playoffs. They added elite 3B Matt Chapman to an already loaded roster.
Atlanta Braves: 90.5 Wins (-115 Over) / (-105 Under)
The defending champs declined to pay Freddie Freeman and instead moved in a youthful direction with Matt Olson. They will get Ronald Acuna Jr. and Marcell Ozuna back from injury.
New York Mets: 90.5 Wins (-105 Over) / (-115 Under)
New owner Steve Cohen is doubling down on the Mets by signing Max Scherzer and Starling Marte to multi-year deals. If Jacob deGrom (arm) is healthy, the Mets will have an elite 1-2 punch.
Milwaukee Brewers: 88.5 Wins (-110 Over) / (-110 Under)
The Brewers had an elite rotation last year, but their bullpen blew 29 save opportunities and their offense hit just .233 with Christian Yelich slumping.
Tampa Bay Rays: 89.5 Wins (-110 Over) / (-110 Under)
In four straight seasons, Tampa has finished first or second in the A.L. in collective ERA. With Wander Franco and Randy Arozerana leading a young corps, they also finished second in runs while winning 100 games last season.
San Diego Padres: 88.5 Wins (-120 Over) / (+100 Under)
San Diego went 15-26 against the Dodgers and Giants last season and posted a rough 18-36 record overall after Aug. 1. Fernando Tatis Jr. (wrist) is already injured and the Padres missed out on the Scherzer sweepstakes.
St. Louis Cardinals: 85.5 Wins (-110 Over) / (-110 Under)
The Cardinals won a franchise-record 17 straight games to sneak into the playoffs and finish with 90 wins. The front office parted ways with Mike Shildt, creating some doubt about carrying that momentum into 2022.
San Francisco Giants: 85.5 Wins (-115 Over) / (-105 Under)
After winning a league-high 107 games only to get bounced in the NLDS by the rival Dodgers, the Giants should be on a mission this season.
Boston Red Sox: 85.5 Wins (-115 Over) / (-105 Under)
Boston went 49-32 and averaged 5.8 runs per game at home last season. The Red Sox rotation is a question mark again, but their lineup is loaded with sluggers.
Philadelphia Phillies: 85.5 Wins (-110 Over) / (-110 Under)
The Phillies added Nick Castellanos and Kyle Schwarber around N.L. MVP Bryce Harper and bolstered their bullpen by signing Corey Knebel and Jeurys Familia.
Seattle Mariners: 84.5 Wins (-110 Over) / (-110 Under)
The young Mariners won 32 of their final 50 games last season to finish 90-72 while hopping over an Athletics franchise that has since decided to sell off its assets and enter a full-blown rebuild.
Los Angeles Angels: 83.5 Wins (-110 Over) / (-110 Under)
Mike Trout and Anthony Rendon are expected to bounce back from injury-riddled campaigns and Shohei Ohtani remains the only pitcher/hitter superstar in modern baseball. The Angels just need to find some rotation depth behind Ohtani.
Minnesota Twins: 80.5 Wins (-110 Over) / (-110 Under)
While they finished last in the A.L. Central, the young Twins went 25-19 in one-run games and they will add a superstar this season in Carlos Correa.
Detroit Tigers: 78.5 Wins (-110 Over) / (-110 Under)
The Tigers were able to go 37-34 after the All-Star Break to finish with 77 wins last season. They paid big money for Javy Baez and have two more years of ancient batsman Miggy Cabrera.
Cleveland Guardians: 76.5 Wins (-110 Over) / (-110 Under)
Jose Ramirez led Cleveland in most statistical categories last season, which makes him a prime trade candidate as the Guardians look to rebrand and rebuild.
Miami Marlins: 76.5 Wins (-110 Over) / (-110 Under)
The Marlins went 25-56 and averaged just 3.7 runs per game on the road last season. They added some pop by signing outfielders Jorge Soler and Avisail Garcia.
Chicago Cubs: 75.5 Wins (-110 Over) / (-110 Under)
The Cubs quietly replaced Javy Baez with veteran infielders Jonathan Villar and Andrelton Simmons, and made a big splash by inking Japanese star Seiya Suzuki to a 5-year deal.
Kansas City Royals: 75.5 Wins (-110 Over) / (-110 Under)
While longtime closer Wade Davis has retired, the Royals added a few veteran arms, including old pal Zack Greinke.
Cincinnati Reds: 74.5 Wins (-115 Over) / (-105 Under)
The Reds let a ton of talent go this offseason including Eugenio Suarez and Nick Castellanos, and they’ve mostly signed intriguing prospects to minor league contracts as they look towards a rebuild.
Texas Rangers: 74.5 Wins (-110 Over) / (-110 Under)
Corey Seager and Matt Carpenter could help jumpstart a dormant offense that posted a league-low .294 on-base percentage last season.
Washington Nationals: 71.5 Wins (-110 Over) / (-110 Under)
Juan Soto led the Majors with a .465 on-base percentage while recording 145 walks and he hit .348 after the All-Star Break. The Nats added Nelson Cruz, who will serve as the first full-time DH in the National League.
Oakland Athletics: 71.5 Wins (-110 Over) / (-110 Under)
After going 18-26 down the stretch, Billy Beane and the A’s front office decided to essentially blow it up. They dealt Matt Olson and Matt Chapman to contenders for prospects.
Colorado Rockies: 67.5 Wins (-110 Over) / (-110 Under)
The Rockies hit a league-low .217 on the road last year but led the N.L. with a collective .280 average at home, where they won 48 of their 81 games.
Arizona Diamondbacks: 66.5 Wins (-110 Over) / (-110 Under)
The D’Backs lost a league-record 24 straight road games and went 4-16 in interleague play last season, as they matched the Orioles with the worst record (52-110) in baseball.
Pittsburgh Pirates: 65.5 Wins (-110 Over) / (-110 Under)
Pittsburgh is stockpiling young arms and young bats, such as Daniel Vogelbach, to try and pull out of the gutter of the N.L. Central.
Baltimore Orioles: 62.5 Wins (-110 Over) / (-110 Under)
The Orioles lost 110 games last season while every other team in the A.L. East won 90-plus games. They went 20-56 in that division, which still looks elite across the board.
Where do I find MLB win totals in a sportsbook?
To find MLB win totals on an online sportsbook, simply click the MLB tab and look for a subset labeled Team Wins or Regular Season Win Totals.
All 30 MLB teams should be listed with a proposition on their prospective win totals. In a typical year, the prop usually falls between two numbers around 87.5 wins, so that a proposition pays out for “Over” bets if the team wins 88 or more games, and pays out for “Under” bets if the team wins 87 or fewer games.
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How to bet other MLB futures
Futures bets refer to propositions that usually predict how a team will fare during the regular season or postseason. Odds for how a team might finish within their division, league, or if they have a chance to win the World Series will be set very early by most sportsbooks.
Odds to win baseball’s championship in 2022 have been up for months, with the LA Dodgers the pre-season favorite. The Dodgers were +550 to win the World Series at BetMGM on March 22.
Sportsbooks like DraftKings also feature odds on teams to win the American and National League, futures odds on who will win each MLB division, and “Yes or No” markets on whether each team will make the 2022 baseball playoffs.
For division champions, teams that are considered very likely to win a weaker division might be listed with negative odds. For example, the White Sox are listed as -190 to win the AL Central ahead of the 2022 season, which means a $100 investment would only net you $52.63 if they were to win.
What are the lowest and highest MLB win total propositions?
According to BetMGM, the LA Dodgers have the highest win total prop at 96.5. The Baltimore Orioles have the lowest at 62.5.
Can win totals change during the season?
Win totals are only available prior to the season since they’re a season-long proposition. Other futures bets, such as division and league winners, are available throughout the season with shifting odds. However, futures bets can be temporarily taken off the board while games are in action or if other key news breaks.
When does the 2022 MLB season start?
The 2022 MLB season will start on Thursday, April 7 and the regular season will conclude on Wednesday, Oct. 5. The baseball playoffs are slated to begin on Oct. 7.