2024 National League Central Odds

The 2024 MLB regular season begins on Thursday March 28, 2024.

The Milwaukee Brewers celebrated their third division title since 2018 as they finished atop the NL Central with a 92-70 record.

Milwaukee cashed as +145 odds to win the division before the 2023 season began, as the favorite St. Louis (+115) ended up finishing in last place.

Below are the latest 2024 NL Central odds.

Nl Central Winner Odds

+175 + +145 + +175 + +160 + +185 + +160 +170  
+200 + +210 + +200 + +140 + +185 + +210 +195  
+400 + +430 + +350 + +400 + +340 + +375 +375  
+350 + +550 + +650 + +850 + +700 + +650 +650  
+2500 + +1600 + +1600 + +1800 + +1600 + +1750 +1300  

Odds as of March 03, 2024

National League Central Opening Odds

Listed below are the Opening Odds to win the National League Central.

St. Louis Cardinals +175
Chicago Cubs +200
Milwaukee Brewers +370
Cincinnati Reds +450
Pittsburgh Pirates +2500

How to Read the Odds:
Bet $100 on St. Louis Cardinals (+175) to win $175
Bet $100 on Pittsburgh Pirates (+2500) to win $2,500

National League Central Betting History

The St. Louis Cardinals have won the National League Central four times in the last 10 seasons, including in 2022.

NL Central History (Last 10 Years)

2023: Milwaukee Brewers +145
2022: St. Louis Cardinals +230
2021: Milwaukee Brewers +300
2020: Chicago Cubs +250
2019: St. Louis Cardinals +200
2018: Milwaukee Brewers +425
2017: Chicago Cubs -475
2016: Chicago Cubs -185
2015: St. Louis Cardinals +115
2014: St. Louis Cardinals -145

National League Central Teams

Chicago Cubs

Chicago nabbed back-to-back World Series titles in 1907 and ’08. Sadly, you probably know what happens next. The Cubs wouldn’t win another World Series until 2016, when they defeated Cleveland in seven games.

Cincinnati Reds

The Reds are one of the oldest franchises in professional baseball history, with their origins dating back to 1882. Somewhat surprisingly, the team has remained in Cincinnati the entire time.

Milwaukee Brewers

Despite being one of only a few franchises to never win a World Series title, Milwaukee has carried momentum from the 2010s into the early 2020s.

Pittsburgh Pirates

Since registering three straight playoff appearances in the mid-2010s, the Pirates have provided little hope of winning to its fans. Bettors likely have shared that sentiment and taken to the window to bet against Pittsburgh, rather than on it.

St. Louis Cardinals

The Cardinals experienced more success in the ‘80s on the back of their show-stopping shortstop Ozzie Smith. Fast forward to the 2000s and Albert Pujols’ arrival. Pujols, one of the greatest hitters in Major League Baseball history, led St. Louis to championships in 2006 and 2011.

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