MLB All-Star Game Odds: Bettors Hammering the NL, Over
Just like most all-star games, betting on the MLB All-Star game can be tricky. You don’t necessarily know which side will be trying and putting forth a ton of effort. If you’re a pitcher, do you really want to risk some kind of arm injury in the Midsummer Classic?
But, nevertheless, The MLB All-Star Game odds are available and the NL winning outright, along with the total to go over, seem to be the most popular bets when it comes to betting on the MLB All-Star Game.
There are a ton of things that get into when discussing why these are the two most popular plays. The over is always a popular bet when it comes to MLB All-Star Game odds, but it’s even more popular this season with the game in Colorado as the ball is expect to fly.
Either way, let’s break down the latest MLB All-Star game odds and how the public seems to be playing it ahead of Tuesday night.
The best part about betting on the MLB All Star Game is that every single at-bat is appointment television. Even if it’s the No. 9 hitter vs. an ace or a back-of-the-bullpen reliever vs. the cleanup hitter, both players are probably the absolute best the sport has to offer.
But, the MLB All-Star Game oddsmakers seems to like the National League Roster a little more than they like the American League Roster in tonight’s game.
The NL is a -114 favorite on the moneyline while the AL sits at +105. It appears as though the oddsmakers like the arms on the NL to shut down the big bats over in the AL.
As far as the total is concerned, it’s an insane 11 or 11.5, depending on where you look. That is a LOT of runs, especially when you consider the fact that 11 or more runs have been scored in the MLB All-Star Game just one time since 2006.
|MLB All Star Game Market||Odds||Implied Probability|
|Over 11.5 Runs||+102||49.5%|
|National League ML||-114||53.3%|
MLB All-Star Game Betting
Like we mentioned earlier, the NL to win and the over seem to be the most popular picks when it comes to tonight’s MLB All-Star Game. But, just how many people are backing each? Well, quite a few.
As of this afternoon, 61.32% of all moneyline bets for the MLB All-Star Game are on National League while 38.68% of bets have come in on the American League.
As for the total, almost 70% of all bets are on the over as 69.93% of bets are on that side of the total.
MLB All-Star Game Moneyline Public Betting
American League Moneyline: 38.68%
National League Moneyline: 61.32%
MLB All Star Game Over/Under Public Betting