The 2020 MLB regular season was scheduled to begin on Thursday, March 26, 2020 but the COVID-19 global pandemic has put sports on hold in the United States and other countries.
MLB Win Totals Odds receive plenty of attention from bettors once they're opened at legal US Sportsbooks. Normally, the MLB Win Totals Odds are based on a 162-game regular season schedule. The 2020 MLB Win Totals Odds can be seen below by each team, in both Ascending and Alphabetical order.
Due to the pandemic, it's not likely that a full season will be played so the oddsmakers opened up a new betting market.
MLB Regular Season Win Percentage Odds
All of the 32 teams are designated a win percentage and bettors can wager on Over or Under the number. This betting market could fluctuate and most sportsbooks will implement house rules where there must be a minimum number of games to be played in 2020.To better understand the MLB Regular Season Win Percentage Odds betting market, all you have to do is follow our MLB Standings page and check out the percentages or do some simple math.
Wins / Games Played = Win Percentage
If a team went 81-81 in a 162-game regular season, their win percentage would .500 or 50 for this betting market.
Wins (81) / Games Played (162) = .500 or 50%
In the 2019 MLB regular season, the Houston Astros finished with a league-best record of 107-55 and that translated into a .660 win percentage. For the betting percentage odds, it would read 66.
Wins (107) / Games Played (162) = .660 or 66%.
2020 MLB Regular Season Win Percentage Odds
MLB 2020 Win Total Odds
Listed below are the 2020 MLB Win Totals Odds in both Ascending and Alphabetical order.
MLB 2020 American League Win Total OddsTeams Listed in order of Projected Wins per Division
American League EastN.Y. Yankees 101.5
Tampa Bay 89.5
American League CentralMinnesota 90.5
Chicago White Sox 83.5
Kansas City 64.5
American League WestHouston 94.5
L.A. Angels 84.5
MLB 2020 National League Win Total OddsTeams Listed in order of Projected Wins by Division
National League EastWashington 90.5
N.Y. Mets 86.5
National League CentralSt. Louis 88.5
Chicago Cubs 84.5
National League WestL.A. Dodgers 98.5
San Diego 82.5
San Francisco 68.5