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Atlanta Braves vs. Milwaukee Brewers NLDS Latest Odds

With Game 1 of the NLDS between the Braves and Brewers set for Friday, Kyle Newman has taken a look at the latest series odds and results.
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Atlanta Braves vs. Milwaukee Brewers NLDS Latest Odds

The Brewers are favored to defeat the Braves in 5 games. The Milwaukee Brewers have a powerhouse of a rotation built to dominate the playoffs. For that reason, they’re the favorites in their series against the Braves, but oddsmakers think it’ll be a little close for comfort.

The Brewers are given -142 odds, or an implied 58.7% chance to win their Division Series. Meanwhile, the Braves are given +125 odds or an implied 44.4% chance of pulling off the upset and heading to their second straight NLCS. That makes sense, even if it’s a little tight. Yet, oddsmakers don’t think there’s much of a chance this series is a short one.

The most likely outcome is the Brewers winning the series in five games, +300, or an implied 25% chance of happening. The next most likely outcome is the Braves in four games, +380 or an implied 20.8%. Then it’s the Brewers in four at +425 or an implied 19.6% chance. The good news for Brewers fans, oddsmakers give the Brewers a better chance to sweep the Braves, +460, then they give the Braves to win the series in five games, +550.

The Brewers are the easy favorites. Their team is built for October baseball. It reminds me a lot of the 2015 Mets, a ton of great young pitching, and enough hitting to make it work. The issue with that is if your pitching crumbles even a little, it puts you in danger. That’s why the Braves are given the shot they are in this series. Still, Milwaukee is likely to be the largest favorite of any team in the NLDS or ALDS.


ResultOddsImplied Chance
Brewers in 5+30025%
Braves in 4+38020.8%
Brewers in 4+42519.6%
Brewers in 3+46017.9%
Braves in 5+55015.4%
Braves in 3+90010%

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