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Last Updated Aug 30, 2021, 14:05 PM

2018 Playoff Props

The Las Vegas Westgate SuperBook released odds for all 30 Major League Baseball teams on whether or not they will qualify for the playoffs this season.

The seven teams with the best chance to make the postseason all participated in the playoffs in 2017. The defending champion Astros, Dodgers, and Indians are listed at -1100 (Bet $1100 to win $100) to return to the postseason, while the Nationals are next at -700.

The Yankees (-400), Cubs (-360), and Red Sox (-310) are also favored to make the playoffs in 2018. The Rockies, Diamondbacks, and Twins sit at short underdog prices to return to the postseason in October.

Two teams from the NL Central are expected to fight for the playoffs who missed in 2017 as the Cardinals (Even) and Brewers (+140) are the shortest prices for non-playoff teams.

Arizona Diamondbacks
YES +115
NO - 135

Atlanta Braves
YES +550
NO - 800

Baltimore Orioles
YES +1000
NO - 2000

Boston Red Sox
YES - 310
NO +250

Chicago Cubs
YES - 360
NO +280

Chicago White Sox
YES +1000
NO - 2000

Cincinnati Reds
YES +900
NO - 1600

Cleveland Indians
YES - 1100
NO +700

Colorado Rockies
YES +210
NO - 260

Detroit Tigers
YES +3000
NO - 15000

Houston Astros
YES - 1100
NO +700

Kansas City Royals
YES +3000
NO - 15000

Los Angeles Angels
YES +145
NO - 170

Los Angeles Dodgers
YES - 1100
NO +700

Miami Marlins
YES +4000
NO - 20000

Milwaukee Brewers
YES +140
NO - 160

Minnesota Twins
YES +145
NO - 170

New York Mets
YES +180
NO - 220

New York Yankees
YES - 400
NO +300

Oakland Athletics
YES +550
NO - 800

Philadelphia Phillies
YES +350
NO - 450

Pittsburgh Pirates
YES +900
NO - 1600

San Diego Padres
YES +900
NO - 1600

San Francisco Giants
YES +170
NO - 200

Seattle Mariners
YES +200
NO - 250

St. Louis Cardinals
YES EVEN
NO - 120

Tampa Bay Rays
YES +800
NO - 1400

Texas Rangers
YES +500
NO - 700

Toronto Blue Jays
YES +250
NO - 310

Washington Nationals
YES - 700
NO +500

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