Updated Odds for MVP and Cy Young 2019

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SportsBetting.ag has updated its odds for baseball's MVP and Cy Young accolades.

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The opening odds from May 1 can be found next to each player's name while the current odds are in parentheses. Players that have been removed from the odds board show (OFF) while players that have been added are at the bottom of each list.
This page will update with current odds: https://www.sportsbetting.ag/sportsbook/futures-and-props/mlb-player-futures
Mike Trout opened as the AL MVP favorite and has seen his odds drop to almost even. Last year's winner, Mookie Betts, has gone from 5/1 to 25/1. Jorge Polanco is second on the list with 5/1 odds while George Springer (10/1), Joey Gallo (10/1), Austin Meadows (10/1) and Gary Sanchez (16/1) were added to the board.

Mike Trout 2/1     (5/4)
Mookie Betts 5/1     (25/1)
Alex Bregman 9/1     (12/1)
Jorge Polanco 9/1     (5/1)
Matt Chapman 10/1     (16/1)
Michael Brantley 14/1     (10/1)
Jose Ramirez 14/1     (OFF)
Aaron Judge 16/1     (OFF)
JD Martinez 16/1     (16/1)
Hunter Dozier 20/1     (OFF)
Francisco Lindor 25/1     (OFF)
Jose Altuve 33/1     (OFF)
Carlos Correa 33/1     (OFF)
Xander Bogaerts 33/1     (20/1)
George Springer 33/1     (10/1)
Elvis Andrus 33/1     (OFF)
Yandy Diaz 33/1     (OFF)
Khris Davis 40/1     (OFF)
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. 50/1     (OFF)
Gary Sanchez OFF     (16/1)
George Springer OFF     (10/1)
Joey Gallo OFF     (10/1)
Austin Meadows OFF     (10/1)
While Cody Bellinger remains the favorite for NL MVP, Nolan Arenado and Trevor Story have seen their odds drop significantly. Josh Bell (9/1), Anthony Rizzo (16/1), Ronald Acuna Jr. (20/1) and Kris Bryant (33/1) were added to the list.

Cody Bellinger 5/2     (2/1)
Christian Yelich 3/1     (5/1)
Ronald Acuna Jr. 9/1     (20/1)
Bryce Harper 12/1     (12/1)
Javier Baez 12/1     (10/1)
Paul Goldschmidt 12/1     (20/1)
Pete Alonso 16/1     (OFF)
Fernando Tatis Jr. 16/1     (OFF)
Paul DeJong 16/1     (OFF)
Nolan Arenado 16/1     (6/1)
Rhys Hoskins 20/1     (33/1)
Anthony Rendon 20/1     (20/1)
Freddie Freeman 22/1     (16/1)
Manny Machado 25/1     (OFF)
Trevor Story 25/1     (12/1)
Lorenzo Cain 50/1     (OFF)
Michael Conforto 50/1     (OFF)
Kris Bryant OFF     (33/1)
Anthony Rizzo OFF     (16/1)
Ronald Acuna Jr. OFF     (20/1)
Josh Bell OFF     (9/1)
Justin Verlander's odds to claim his second career Cy Young have dropped to below 2/1. Jake Odorizzi, who wasn't initially on the odds board, now has the second-lowest odds at 5/1, just ahead of Jose Berrios (6/1) and Domingo German (7/1).
AL Cy Young

Justin Verlander 4/1     (3/2)
Trevor Bauer 5/1     (25/1)
Marcus Stroman 8/1     (OFF)
Tyler Glasnow 8/1     (OFF)
Jose Berrios 15/2     (6/1)
Mike Minor 9/1     (10/1)
Marco Gonzales 10/1     (OFF)
Domingo German 12/1     (7/1)
Charlie Morton 16/1     (12/1)
Gerrit Cole 18/1     (16/1)
James Paxton 18/1     (OFF)
Blake Snell 20/1     (20/1)
Carlos Carrasco 20/1     (OFF)
Aaron Sanchez 20/1     (OFF)
Corey Kluber 25/1     (OFF)
Chris Sale 25/1     (OFF)
Mike Minor OFF     (10/1)
Lucas Giolito OFF     (10/1)
Jake Odorizzi OFF     (5/1)
Matthew Boyd OFF     (12/1)
With his league-leading ERA, Hyun-Jin Ryu has gone from 16/1 to 3/1 to capture the NL Cy Young. However, there are seven total players with odds less than 10/1, including Mike Soroka (9/1).
NL Cy Young

Clayton Kershaw 5/1     (9/1)
Luis Castillo 6/1     (15/2)
Zach Greinke 13/2     (15/2)
Max Scherzer 7/1     (8/1)
Jake Arrieta 9/1     (OFF)
Jacob DeGrom 12/1     (12/1)
Patrick Corbin 12/1     (16/1)
Cole Hamels 12/1     (OFF)
German Marquez 12/1     (9/1)
Hyun-Jin Ryu 16/1     (3/1)
Zach Davies 16/1     (15/2)
Aaron Nola 20/1     (20/1)
Jon Lester 20/1     (OFF)
Chris Paddack 25/1     (OFF)
Stephen Strasburg 33/1     (20/1)
Jose Quintana 33/1     (OFF)
Jack Flaherty 33/1     (OFF)
Max Fried 33/1     (33/1)
Mike Soroka OFF     (9/1)


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