Spring has sprung and the 2023 MLB season is underway. MLB Win Totals for the 2023 season have been posted by top sports betting sites. Projected elite teams like the New York Mets and LA Dodgers have season long win over unders hovering around 94.5 wins.
Teams like the Pittsburgh Pirates and Oakland A’s have projected win totals in the 60s. Below we will examine baseball win totals for every team in the Majors.
MLB win totals
Live MLB Win Totals for the 2023 MLB season are available to bet on here. Compare baseball season long over unders and click to bet on the price you like.
MLB over under win totals
Here are MLB over under win totals for every team in baseball. Below are the best available prices on the over.
There are a lot of moving parts on the Dodgers loaded roster, but their depth is still mind-blowing as they will get ace Walker Buehler back from Tommy John surgery. J.D. Martinez steps in as a truly elite DH to use alongside Mookie Betts and Freddie Freeman.
Last year the Astros were mistakenly projected for 91.5 wins and they were the arguably the most balanced team in baseball, as they cruised to 106 wins and their fifth straight division title (excluding the shortened 2020 season). Their scouting department is second-to-none and they have plenty of talent to replace Justin Verlander in their rotation.
New York Yankees:
The Yankees brought back Aaron Judge on a record-setting contract and re-signed several key pieces for their future, including Gleyber Torres, Clay Holmes, Wandy Peralta, Jonathan Loaisiga, Domingo German, and Frankie Torres. This franchise could keep spending while the rival Red Sox and Rays remain stingy.
New York Mets:
Steve Cohen let the tantalizingly talented, but oft-injured Jacob deGrom walk and replaced him with reigning A.L. CY Young winner Justin Verlander. The Mets loaded up their bullpen with David Robertson and Edwin Diaz, and could still pursue a big-name position player after their Carlos Correa signing fell through. However, there is now a major concern Diaz will miss the entire 2023 season after suffering a serious knee injury in the World Baseball Classic.
San Diego Padres:
With Fernando Tatis Jr. (wrist/suspension) out all season, the Padres still crept over their projection of 88.5 wins thanks to MVP-caliber play from Manny Machado. Their projection is much higher with a full season of Tatis and Juan Soto coming up.
Toronto Blue Jays:
The young Blue Jays went 46-28 and finished with 92 wins after John Schneider replaced Charlie Montoya as manager in July. That projects to a 100-win pace over the course of an entire season, although it’s tough to take anything for granted in the deepest division in baseball.
A perennial contender with arguably the best scouting department in the N.L., the Braves came on strong over the final few months to win 101 games and sneak past the Mets for the N.L. East crown. They went 55-26 at home and have two of the best rookies in baseball returning in Michael Harris and Spencer Strider.
St. Louis Cardinals:
Paul Goldschmidt and Nolan Arenado had massive campaigns for the Cardinals and the Red Birds cruised to 93 wins despite a lack of depth behind those sluggers. They swiped Willson Contreras from the Cubs in December, further weakening the bottom of the N.L. Central while bolstering their status atop the league’s worst division.
This is a low projection for the reigning N.L. champions, although the Phillies only managed 87 wins last year with a combined 13-25 record against the Braves and Mets. They added Trea Turner to a loaded lineup and are getting +850 odds at DraftKings to repeat as N.L. pennant winners. 2021 NL MVP Bryce Harper is still recovering from elbow surgery and is expected to miss significant time.
The Mariners won 32 of their final 50 games in 2021 and won 30 of their final 50 games in 2022 to finish with 90 wins in both seasons. The arrow is pointing up for a team with one of the best young rotations and top bullpens in baseball.
Injuries hurt the Rays last year when they won 86 games after topping 100 wins the previous season. They should have ace Tyler Glasnow and slugger Wander Franco healthy to begin the 2023 season.
With a lack of perceived offensive talent on their roster beyond Jose Ramirez, the Guardians were only projected for 76.5 wins last offseason. They went 92-70 to clinch the A.L. Central and have been very consistent under Terry Francona.
The Brewers continued to struggle last year in terms of closing out games and once again had some of the worst splits against left-handed pitching. They’re coming off an 86-win campaign and are playing in a poor division.
Chicago White Sox:
Perhaps the most disappointing team last season, the White Sox fell well short of a projection of 91.5 wins with an 81-81 record. They replaced manager Tony La Russa with Pedro Grifol and will look to bounce back in a relatively weak division.
After failing two physicals with the Mets and Giants, Carlos Correa returns to the Twins to try and help a young team improve on their 78-84 record. Byron Buxton has massive potential as the young leader of this club.
By signing Jacob deGrom, the Rangers increased their expectations and they’re now even with the Twins and Angels at +2000 to win the World Series. Their projected win total has shifted from 74.5 last year to 82.5 ahead of this season.
San Francisco Giants:
After winning a league-high 107 games in 2021, the Giants regressed badly without Buster Posey and finished third in the N.L. West with 81 wins. Their offseason moves were mostly quiet aside from their brief flirtation with signing Carlos Correa.
Los Angeles Angels:
It might be now or never for the Angels in terms of retaining Shohei Ohtani on a long-term deal. They sputtered to 73 wins last season with Mike Trout and Anthony Rendon consistently injured, and a lackluster starting rotation.
Boston Red Sox:
The most aggravated fan base in the country is openly heckling Chaim Bloom for his stingy moves, while the Yankees are dishing out record-setting contracts and re-signing key guys. Boston has retained Rafael Devers, for now, but has a very lackluster roster.
Theo Epstein has started to cash in some of the chips he acquired during the past few years of rebuilding by signing Cody Bellinger, Dansby Swanson, and Eric Hosmer. With the Reds and Pirates tanking, the Cubs are in great position to improve on a 74-win season that came up just short of last year’s total.
The biggest surprise of last season, the O’s cruised past a league-low projection of 62.5 wins with an 83-79 record to finish fourth in a brutal division and narrowly miss out on a playoff berth.
The D’Backs were feisty last year with a crop of young pitchers that seem to be ahead of schedule in terms of their development. They won 74 games and added Zach Davies to a rotation that is led by young stud Zac Gallen.
Sandy Alcantara leads a capable pitching staff, but Miami seems to lack the bats necessary to compete in the arms race that is the N.L. East.
Expectations were clearly too high for the Tigers last year, as they fell well short of a projection of 78.5 wins by going 66-96 with some of the worst offensive numbers in baseball.
Kansas City Royals:
The Royals went 26-55 on the road last year en route to 65 wins. They swiped up disgruntled closer Aroldis Chapman and will bring Zack Greinke back on a one-year deal.
The Rockies continued to post some of the most stark home/road splits on offense and went 27-54 away from the thin air at Coors Field, but still finished with 68 wins last season.
Pittsburgh has some exciting young players including Ke’Bryan Hayes and Oneil Cruz. Their pitching staff should take a step forward this season as they look to improve on a 62-win campaign.
The Reds were openly tanking last year as they dealt away more key pieces throughout the season, including ace Luis Castillo. They finished in a tie with Pittsburgh at the bottom of the N.L. Central with a 62-100 record.
The Nats posted a league-worst 55-107 record last season with terrible numbers on both sides of the ball. They sent Juan Soto to San Diego at the deadline and will start to develop the prospects they got in return.
This franchise is likely to move to Las Vegas in the coming years and the A’s were non-competitive last season with a 60-102 record and some of the worst home splits in MLB history.
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||2023 Over Under Win Total||2022 Record|
|LA Dodgers||95.5 Wins||111-51|
|Houston Astros||95.5 Wins||106-56
|Chicago White Sox||82.5 Wins||81-81|
|New York Yankees||93.5 Wins||99-63|
|Toronto Blue Jays||91.5 Wins||92-70|
|Atlanta Braves||94.5 Wins||101-61|
|New York Mets||91.5 Wins||101-61|
|Tampa Bay Rays||88.5 Wins||86-76
|Milwaukee Brewers||85.5 Wins||86-76
|San Diego Padres||93.5 Wins||89-73|
|St. Louis Cardinals||88.5 Wins||93-69|
|San Francisco Giants||81.5 Wins||81-81|
|Boston Red Sox||78.5 Wins||78-84|
|Philadelphia Phillies||88.5 Wins||87-75|
|Seattle Mariners||87.5 Wins||90-72|
|LA Angels||82.5 Wins||73-89|
|Minnesota Twins||83.5 Wins||78-84
|Detroit Tigers||69.5 Wins||66-96|
|Cleveland Guardians||86.5 Wins||92-70|
|Miami Marlins||76.5 Wins||69-93|
|Chicago Cubs||77.5 Wins||74-88|
|Kansas City Royals||69.5 Wins||65-97
|Cincinnati Reds||65.5 Wins||62-100|
|Texas Rangers||82.5 Wins||68-94|
|Washington Nationals||59.5 Wins||55-107
|Oakland Athletics||60.5 Wins||60-102|
|Colorado Rockies||65.5 Wins||68-94|
|Arizona Diamondbacks||75.5 Wins||74-88
|Pittsburgh Pirates||68.5 Wins||62-100|
|Baltimore Orioles||76.5 Wins||83-79
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 2023 have been up for months, with the defending champion Houston Astros the pre-season favorite. The Astros were +600 to win the World Series at BetMGM on March 21.
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 2023 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 Cadinals are listed as -125 to win the NL Central ahead of the 2023 season, which means a $100 investment would only net you $80 if they were to win.
What are the lowest and highest MLB win total propositions?
According to Caesars, the Houston Astros have the highest win total prop at 95.5. The Oakland A’s have the lowest at 59.5.
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 2023 MLB season start?
The 2023 MLB season will start on March 30 and the regular season will conclude on October 1. The baseball playoffs are slated to begin on October 3.