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2022 Home Run Derby Odds: Kyle Schwarber and Pete Alonso Favorites

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Jul/15/2022

Pete Alonso, the two-time reigning champ, is technically not the favorite to win the 2022 Home Run Derby ahead of the upcoming MLB All Star Game.

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Alonso was coming in at +400.  It is the Philadelphia Phillies Kyle Schwarber who is the odds-on favorite at +350.

SportsBetting.ag odds were set after Corey Seager was named the final participant.

The odds are tight all the way down until the underdog, Albert Pujols, who is going off at +1400, or 14-1.

Home Run Derby Odds

Kyle Schwarber           +350

Pete Alonso                 +400

Jose Ramirez               +550

Juan Soto                    +550

Corey Seager               +650

Julio Rodriguez            +650

Ronald Acuna Jr.         +650

Albert Pujols               +1400

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- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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