We have reached the final weeks of the Major League Baseball regular season. Those MLB Win Totals for the 2023 season by top sports betting sites are available to view below. Teams like the Atlanta Braves, Los Angeles Dodgers, and Seattle Mariners all have a legitimate shot at hitting the over. It’s looking more and more like New York Yankees and New York Mets under bets will pay out.
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.
LA Dodgers: 92.5 Wins
Despite dealing with injuries to their pitching staff, the Dodgers arrived at All-Star break tied with the surprising Diamondbacks for first place in the NL West.
Atlanta Braves: 102.5 Wins
The Braves already have 60 wins, and they’ve done with ace Max Fried missing significant time as a result of a strained forearm.
Tampa Bay Rays: 95.5 Wins
The Rays opened the season on an absolute tear by winning 31 of their first 38 home games, and reached the All-Star break with the second best record (58-35) among all MLB teams.
Houston Astros: 89.5 Wins
The defending World Series champs have 50 wins, but are trailing the Texas Rangers in an extremely tight AL West race.
New York Yankees: 87.5 Wins
The Bronx Bombers’ win total has dropped slightly from the preseason projection as a result of an extremely competitive AL East race combined with AL MVP Aaron Judge missing significant time due to a toe injury.
New York Mets: 81.5 Wins
The highest-priced team in baseball has flopped in spectacular fashion through the first three-plus months of the season, and have seen their projected win total go from 91.5 to 81.5 wins.
San Diego Padres: 82.5 Wins
The Padres’ preseason win projection fallen off a tad after going 43-47 during the first half of the season.
Toronto Blue Jays: 89.5 Wins
The Blue Jays have reached 50 wins at the midway point with every AL East team playing above .500 baseball.
St. Louis Cardinals: 75.5 Wins
The Cardinals projected win total is 13 games lower then it was at the start (88.5) as the franchise is currently experiencing a rare losing season (38-52, last in the NL Central).
Philadelphia Phillies: 87.5 Wins
The defending NL champs current win total of 48 is right around where it was this time last season (49) when they finished with an 87-75 record.
Baltimore Orioles: 90.5 Wins
The O’s have hit the All-Star break 54-35 record, and as a result, Baltimore’s projected win total has jumped from 76.5 to 90.5.
Arizona Diamondbacks: 87.5 Wins
The D’Backs are another team exceeding preseason expectations (52-39, tied for first in NL West), and now have a win projection of 87.5 – up from 75.5.
Miami Marlins: 87.5 Wins
The Marlins might be a distant second in the NL East (53-39, 8.5 games back), but are on pace to exceed their preseason projected win total of 76.5.
Seattle Mariners: 83.5 Wins
The Mariners, who made the playoffs last season, arrived at the break with a 45-44 record and looking up at the Texas Rangers and Houston Astros in the AL West standings.
Cleveland Guardians: 81.5 Wins
The Guardians are more than halfway to their new projected win total (45-45) at the All-Star break as they continue the pursuit of another AL Central crown.
Milwaukee Brewers: 85.5 Wins
The Brewers win total remains exactly where it was at the start of the season as they finished the first half with a 49-42 record, one game behind the Reds in the NL Central standings.
Chicago White Sox: 72.5 Wins
The White Sox have yet to turn things around under new manager Pedro Grifol as they have the third worst record among AL teams at the break (38-54).
Minnesota Twins: 83.5 Wins
The Twins are only a half game behind the Guardians in the AL Central standings, and with a 45-46 record, they are a tab over halfway toward reaching the over on the projected win total that hasn’t moved since the season started.
Texas Rangers: 88.5 Wins
The Rangers might’ve lost Jacob deGrom to a season-ending elbow injury, but Texas is still one of the top AL squads with a 52-39 record and +148 run differential.
San Francisco Giants: 86.5 Wins
Thanks to a 49-41 start, the Giants projected win total has increased by five games since the start of the season as they look to stay in the NL West race with the Dodgers and Diamondbacks.
Los Angeles Angels: 80.5 Wins
Some of the talk surrounding the tean might center around whether or not AL MVP favorite Shohei Ohtani’s future is with the Angels, but the team is 45-46 with Mike Trout out for several weeks as he recovers from a broken wrist.
Boston Red Sox: 83.5 Wins
If the Red Sox played in another division their win total might be even higher than 83.5 as they finished the first half with a 48-43 record – good enough for last in the AL East.
Pittsburgh Pirates: 72.5 Wins
The Pirates, who were the NL Central leaders at one point this season, have seen their projected win total increase by four games as they sit with a 41-49 record.
Chicago Cubs: 78.5 Wins
With a strong second half, the Cubs (42-47) could still hit the over on their projected total as the franchise looks to turn things around following two straight losing seasons in which they finished with under 75 wins.
Detroit Tigers: 78.5 Wins
The Tigers projected total has increased by nine wins since March, and the squad (39-50) is playing better ball than the White Sox and Royals.
Kansas City Royals: 54.5 Wins
The Royals are looking at another losing season as their 26-65 record has them dead last in the AL Central, and the franchise is even struggling at home where they are 13-31.
Colorado Rockies: 61.5 Wins
The Rockies are the only team in the NL West with a negative run differential (-147) at the All-Star Break, and they continue to struggle away from Coors Field (14-33).
Cincinnati Reds: 84.5 Wins
The AL Central leading Reds (50-41) have surprised so many that they are only 16 wins away from hitting the over on the initial win total of 65.5 set by sportsbooks when the season started.
Washington Nationals: 64.5 Wins
The Nats (36-54) have been decent offensively even after losing Juan Soto, but their pitching staff has been among the worst in MLB.
Oakland Athletics: 50.5 Wins
The A’s (25-67) are unlikely to do much better than last year’s 60-win total as the news continues to center around the pending move to Las Vegas.
Baseball over unders vs. ALL-STAR BREAK RECORDS
Here is a look at this year’s baseball win total over/unders from the pre-season that have been updated at the All-Star break. We also glance at each team’s record at the midway point.
|Team||Opening 2023 Win Total||2023 Win Total At All-Star Break||2023 Record At All-Star Break|
|L.A. Dodgers||95.5 Wins||92.5 Wins||51-38|
|Houston Astros||95.5 Wins||89.5 Wins||50-41|
|Chicago White Sox||82.5 Wins||72.5 Wins||38-54|
|New York Yankees||93.5 Wins||87.5 Wins||49-42|
|Toronto Blue Jays||91.5 Wins||89.5 Wins||50-41|
|Atlanta Braves||94.5 Wins||102.5 Wins||60-29|
|New York Mets||91.5 Wins||81.5 Wins||42-48|
|Tampa Bay Rays||88.5 Wins||95.5 Wins||58-35|
|Milwaukee Brewers||85.5 Wins||85.5 Wins||49-42|
|San Diego Padres||93.5 Wins||82.5 Wins||43-47|
|St. Louis Cardinals||88.5 Wins||75.5 Wins||38-52|
|San Francisco Giants||81.5 Wins||86.5 Wins||49-41|
|Boston Red Sox||78.5 Wins||83.5 Wins||48-43|
|Philadelphia Phillies||88.5 Wins||87.5 Wins||48-41|
|Seattle Mariners||87.5 Wins||83.5 Wins||45-44|
|L.A. Angels||82.5 Wins||80.5 Wins||45-46|
|Minnesota Twins||83.5 Wins||83.5 Wins||45-46|
|Detroit Tigers||69.5 Wins||78.5 Wins||39-50|
|Cleveland Guardians||86.5 Wins||81.5 Wins||45-45|
|Miami Marlins||76.5 Wins||87.5 Wins||53-39|
|Chicago Cubs||77.5 Wins||78.5 Wins||42-47|
|Kansas City Royals||69.5 Wins||54.5 Wins||26-65|
|Cincinnati Reds||65.5 Wins||84.5 Wins||50-41|
|Texas Rangers||82.5 Wins||88.5 Wins||52-39|
|Washington Nationals||59.5 Wins||64.5 Wins||36-54|
|Oakland Athletics||60.5 Wins||50.5 Wins||25-67|
|Colorado Rockies||65.5 Wins||61.5 Wins||34-57|
|Arizona Diamondbacks||75.5 Wins||87.5 Wins||52-39|
|Pittsburgh Pirates||68.5 Wins||72.5 Wins||41-49|
|Baltimore Orioles||76.5 Wins||90.5 Wins||54-35|
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.