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2017 MLB Futures: Most Profitable Bets for Online Bookies

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Apr/06/2017

The first weekend of the 2017 MLB Season is upon pay per head agents. If sports bettors haven’t wagered on MLB Futures, they soon will.

Most of the action should center around the AL and NL pennant winners, and the 2017 World Series winner.

Below is information on the teams that online bookies should keep an eye on. The following teams figure to garner the most support. They should also be the most profitable for agents.

AL Pennant

Boston Red Sox +225

Cleveland Indians +350

After Boston acquired pitcher Chris Sale, per head agents had to circle the Red Sox as a team on which their clients were going to wager.

Sale gives Boston 3 legitimate aces. Rick Porcello won the Cy Young last season. David Price has been an ace pitcher for at least the past 6 seasons. Now, they’ve got Sale.

Cleveland was a game away from winning the 2016 World Series. The Indians’ pitching staff goes into the 2017 MLB Season strong.

Victor Carrasco and Danny Salazar are both healthy while Corey Kluber remains as deadly on the mound as any pitcher in the AL. Cleveland also has the most feared set-up man in MLB in their bullpen in Andrew Miller.

NL Pennant

Chicago Cubs +175

Washington Nationals +500

The Cubs came back from a 1 to 3 deficit to beat Cleveland in the 2016 World Series. They’re a big favorite to win the National League.

The reason is because not only does the core remain, Anthony Rizzo at first, Kris Bryant at third, a rotation led by Jon Lester and Jake Arrieta.

But now that the monkey is off their backs, the Cubs are expected to be good for a long time.

Washington had one of the top bullpens in all of MLB last season. If ace Stephen Strasburg stays healthy, the Nationals should be tough to beat in the MLB Playoffs.

Their core is intact as well with Bryce Harper and Daniel Murphy leading the bats while the fantastic Max Scherzer gives Washington one of the most consistent pitchers in the past 4 years.

World Series

Boston Red Sox +450

Chicago Cubs +450

Pay per head agents should expect most dollars to go to Boston or the Chicago Cubs to win the World Series this year.

They’re the teams with arguably the best pitching staffs and batting line-ups in their respective leagues.

The best way for online bookies to handle all MLB futures is to set max betting limits. If the Cubs were to repeat as World Series champions, the payout would be $450 for every $100 wagered.

Per head agents are encouraged to use that example as barometer when setting max betting limits.

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