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2021 MLB Most Valuable Player Odds

 
Apr. 11, 2021
by VI News
VegasInsider.com

2021 NL MVP Odds

2021 Odds to Win the National League MVP
Player American Fractional
Juan Soto (Washington) +750 15/2
Mookie Betts (Los Angeles) +750 15/2
Cody Bellinger (Los Angeles) +800 8/1
Ronald Acuna, Jr. (Atlanta) +800 8/1
Fernando Tatis Jr. (San Diego) +900 9/1
Freddie Freeman (Atlanta) +1000 10/1
Nolan Arenado (St. Louis) +1200 12/1
Corey Seager (Los Angeles) +1200 12/1
Christian Yelich (Milwaukee) +1200 12/1
Francisco Lindor (New York) +1500 15/1
Bryce Harper (Philadelphia) +1700 17/1
Manny Machado (San Diego) +2000 20/1
Trevor Story (Colorado) +3000 30/1
Ozzie Albies (Atlanta) +3000 30/1
J.T. Relamuto (Philadelphia) +3000 30/1
Kris Bryant (Chicago) +3500 35/1
Ketel Marte (Arizona) +3500 35/1
Anthony Rizzo (Chicago) +3500 35/1
Pete Alonso (New York) +3500 35/1
Paul Goldschmidt (St. Louis) +3500 35/1
Javier Baez (Chicago) +4000 40/1
Michael Conforto (New York) +4000 40/1
Rhys Hoskins (Philadelphia) +5000 50/1
Max Muncy (Los Angeles) +5000 50/1
Ian Happ (Chicago) +5000 50/1
Charlie Blackmon (Colorado) +5000 50/1
Paul DeJong (St. Louis) +5000 50/1
Eugenio Suarez (Cincinnati) +5000 50/1
Jeff McNeil (New York) +5000 50/1
Trea Turner (Washington) +5000 50/1
Alec Bohm (Philadelphia) +5000 50/1
Mike Yastrzemski (San Francisco) +6600 66/1
Ke'Bryan Hayes (Pittsburgh) +8000 80/1
Gavin Lux (Los Angeles) +8000 80/1
Tommy Pham (San Diego) +8000 80/1
Nick Castellanos (Cincinnati) +10000 100/1
Mike Moustakas (Cincinnati) +10000 100/1
Jacob deGrom (New York) +10000 100/1
Josh Bell (Washington) +10000 100/1
Willson Contreras (Chicago) +10000 100/1

2021 AL MVP Odds

2021 Odds to Win the American League MVP
Player American Fractional
Mike Trout (Los Angeles) +200 2/1
Alex Bregman (Houston) +1000 10/1
Aaron Judge (New York) +1000 10/1
Jose Ramirez (Cleveland) +1200 12/1
Anthony Rendon (Los Angeles) +1200 12/1
Matt Chapman (Oakland) +1500 15/1
Shohei Ohtani (Los Angeles) +1500 15/1
Jose Abreu (Chicago) +2500 25/1
Yoan Moncada (Chicago) +2500 25/1
Luis Robert (Chicago) +2500 25/1
Gleyber Torres (New York) +2500 25/1
George Springer (Toronto) +2500 25/1
D.J. LeMahieu (New York) +2500 25/1
Rafael Devers (Boston) +3000 30/1
Giancarlo Stanton (New York) +3000 30/1
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (Toronto) +3000 30/1
Yasmani Grandal (Chicago) +3500 35/1
Yordan Alvarez (Houston) +3500 35/1
Tim Anderson (Chicago) +4000 33/1
Carlos Correa (Houston) +4000 40/1
Xander Bogaerts (Boston) +4000 40/1
Bo Bichette (Toronto) +4000 40/1
Kyle Tucker (Houston) +5000 50/1
Matt Olson (Oakland) +5000 50/1
Jose Altuve (Houston) +5000 50/1
J.D. Martinez (Boston) +5000 50/1
Randy Arozarena (Tampa Bay) +5000 50/1
Kyle Lewis (Seattle) +5000 50/1
Ramon Laureano (Oakland) +5000 50/1
Luke Voit (New York) +6600 66/1
Austin Meadows (Tampa Bay) +6600 66/1
Joey Gallo (Texas) +6600 66/1
Alex Verdugo (Boston) +6600 66/1
Wander Franco (Baltimore) +6600 66/1
Luis Arraez (Minnesota) +6600 66/1
Miguel Sano (Minnesota) +8000 80/1
Adalberto Mondesi (Kansas City) +8000 80/1
Franmil Reyes (San Diego) +8000 80/1
Kyle Seager (Seattle) +8000 80/1
Miguel Sano (Minnesota) +8000 80/1
Teoscar Hernandez (Toronto) +6600 66/1
Gary Sanchez (New York) +10000 100/1
Jorge Soler (Kansas City) +10000 100/1
Jo Adell (Los Angeles) +10000 100/1

Odds Provided by BetMGM - Subject to Change

How to read the 2021 MLB Most Valuable Player Futures Market

The Most Valuable Player award is handed out in both the American and National League at the conclusion of each Major League Baseball season. The honor goes to the player normally with the best statistics, whether it is a position player or in the rare times, a pitcher.

Who will win the National League Most Valuable Player Award?

The Los Angeles Dodgers are still the class of the National League after winning the World Series behind MVP Corey Seager. Mookie Betts was last year's favorite, and enters the 2021 season as the favorite once again.

A couple of Atlanta Braves find their way onto the favorites list, including Ronald Acuna Jr. and last year's NL MVP winner Freddie Freeman. Freeman's win was the first NL first baseman to receive the award since Joey Votto in 2010.

Favorites to win the NL MVP

  • Juan Soto (Washington) +750
  • Mookie Betts (Los Angeles) +750
  • Cody Bellinger (Los Angeles) +800
  • Ronald Acuna Jr. (Atlanta) +800
  • Fernando Tatis Jr. (San Diego) +900

Who will win the American League Most Valuable Player Award?

Los Angeles Angels outfielder Mike Trout enters the 2021 campaign as the odds-on favorite to win the AL MVP. It's not a surprise, as Trout has won the award three times over the past seven seasons. He sees teammate Shohei Ohtani on the favorites list, while Anthony Rendon is not far behind.

Besides the Angels, the New York Yankees also see a few players near the top of the favorites list. The most notable, and player with highest odds, is Aaron Judge. DJ LeMahieu and Gleybar Torres are other Yankees to enter 2021 given odds in the top 10.

Favorites to win the AL MVP

  • Mike Trout (Los Angeles) +200
  • Alex Bregman (Houston) +1000
  • Aaron Judge (New York) +1000
  • Jose Ramirez (Cleveland) +1200

National League MVP History

  • 2020 - Freddie Freeman, Atlanta 1B
  • 2019 - Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles OF
  • 2018 - Christian Yelich, Milwaukee OF
  • 2017 - Giancarlo Stanton, Miami OF
  • 2016 - Kris Bryant, Chicago 3B
  • 2015 - Bryce Harper, Washington OF
  • 2014 - Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles P
  • 2013 - Andrew McCutchen, Pittsburgh OF
  • 2012 - Buster Posey, San Francisco C
  • 2011 - Ryan Braun, Milwaukee OF
  • 2010 - Joey Votto, Cincinnati 1B

American League MVP History

  • 2020 - Jose Abreu, Chicago 1B
  • 2019 - Mike Trout, Los Angeles OF
  • 2018 - Mookie Betts, Boston OF
  • 2017 - Jose Altuve, Houston 2B
  • 2016 - Mike Trout, Los Angeles OF
  • 2015 - Josh Donaldson, Toronto 3B
  • 2014 - Mike Trout, Los Angeles OF
  • 2013 - Miguel Cabrera, Detroit 1B
  • 2012 - Miguel Cabrera, Detroit 1B
  • 2011 - Justin Verlander, Detroit P
  • 2010 - Josh Hamilton, Texas OF

  
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