Best NL East Betting Sites

When you think of the great teams of the past in the National League East Division, one team has topped that list — the Atlanta Braves. Since the division was founded in 1969, the Atlanta Braves have captured 12 NL East titles, 11 of which came consecutively from 1995 to 2005. The division is comprised of five teams: the Braves, Washington Nationals, New York Mets, Miami Marlins and Philadelphia Phillies. The Cubs, Pirates and Cardinals were also founding members but were moved to the NL Central after the realignment. [+]

The Braves have won the most World Series crowns among NL East teams, winning three. The club has played in a total of nine championship series. Both the Phillies and Mets have won a pair of World Series apiece, with Philly last winning it in 2008. The Mets have reached the final twice in the past two decades, including 2015 when the team lost to the Kansas City Royals in the championship. Their last World Series crown came in 1986. 

Every team in the NL East has won a World Series with the exception of the Washington Nationals, who relocated from Montreal when the club was still known as the Expos.

NL East Betting Lines Today

There are long-standing rivalries in the NL East bettors will want to keep a close watch on all season long. Don’t miss any of the action with our calendar widget, a handy tool for bettors to use to follow each team in the division and how they’ve fared against each other during the season.

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Away Score Home Money Line
Monday 03 September
FT Boston Red Sox 8 - 2 Atlanta Braves -125 +115
AEI St. Louis Cardinals 3 - 4 Nationals +178 -189
FT Phillies 1 - 3 Miami Marlins -143 +133
FT Cincinnati Reds 1 - 5 Pittsburgh Pirates +123 -133
FT Detroit Tigers 2 - 4 Chicago White Sox +106 -116
FT Minnesota Twins 1 - 4 Houston Astros +220 -238
FT Chicago Cubs 3 - 4 Milwaukee Brewers -120 +111
FT Giants 8 - 9 Colorado Rockies +138 -147
FT New York Yankees 3 - 6 Oakland Athletics +103 -112
FT Kansas City Royals 5 - 1 Cleveland Indians +182 -196
FT Tampa Bay Rays 7 - 1 Toronto Blue Jays -101 -109
FT Los Angeles Angels 3 - 1 Texas Rangers +118 -128
FT New York Mets 4 - 2 Los Angeles Dodgers +132 -143
FT San Diego Padres 6 - 2 Diamondbacks +194 -208
FT Baltimore Orioles 1 - 2 Seattle Mariners +214 -233
Tuesday 04 September
Cincinnati Reds 19:05 Pittsburgh Pirates +131 -141
St. Louis Cardinals 19:05 Nationals -108 -102
Tampa Bay Rays 19:07 Toronto Blue Jays
Phillies 19:10 Miami Marlins -137 +128
Kansas City Royals 19:10 Cleveland Indians +206 -222
Boston Red Sox 19:35 Atlanta Braves -132 +121
Los Angeles Angels 20:05 Texas Rangers +103 -112
Detroit Tigers 20:10 Chicago White Sox +149 -159
Chicago Cubs 20:10 Milwaukee Brewers -103 -106
Minnesota Twins 20:10 Houston Astros
Giants 20:40 Colorado Rockies +172 -182
San Diego Padres 21:40 Diamondbacks +157 -167
New York Yankees 22:05 Oakland Athletics
New York Mets 22:10 Los Angeles Dodgers +220 -238
Baltimore Orioles 22:10 Seattle Mariners +178 -189
Wednesday 05 September
Boston Red Sox 12:10 Atlanta Braves
Kansas City Royals 13:10 Cleveland Indians
St. Louis Cardinals 19:05 Nationals
Cincinnati Reds 19:05 Pittsburgh Pirates
Tampa Bay Rays 19:07 Toronto Blue Jays
Phillies 19:10 Miami Marlins
New York Mets 19:35 Los Angeles Dodgers
Los Angeles Angels 20:05 Texas Rangers
Detroit Tigers 20:10 Chicago White Sox
Minnesota Twins 20:10 Houston Astros
Chicago Cubs 20:10 Milwaukee Brewers
Giants 20:40 Colorado Rockies
New York Yankees 22:05 Oakland Athletics
Baltimore Orioles 22:10 Seattle Mariners
Thursday 06 September
San Diego Padres 18:40 Cincinnati Reds
Chicago Cubs 19:05 Nationals
Cleveland Indians 19:07 Toronto Blue Jays
Atlanta Braves 21:40 Diamondbacks
Friday 07 September
San Diego Padres 18:40 Cincinnati Reds
Chicago Cubs 19:05 Nationals
Miami Marlins 19:05 Pittsburgh Pirates
Cleveland Indians 19:07 Toronto Blue Jays
Baltimore Orioles 19:10 Tampa Bay Rays
Houston Astros 19:10 Boston Red Sox
St. Louis Cardinals 19:10 Detroit Tigers
Phillies 19:10 New York Mets
Los Angeles Angels 20:10 Chicago White Sox
Giants 20:10 Milwaukee Brewers
Kansas City Royals 20:10 Minnesota Twins
Los Angeles Dodgers 20:40 Colorado Rockies
Atlanta Braves 21:40 Diamondbacks
Texas Rangers 22:05 Oakland Athletics
New York Yankees 22:10 Seattle Mariners
Saturday 08 September
Miami Marlins 13:05 Pittsburgh Pirates
Houston Astros 16:05 Boston Red Sox
Texas Rangers 16:05 Oakland Athletics
Cleveland Indians 16:07 Toronto Blue Jays
San Diego Padres 16:10 Cincinnati Reds
Baltimore Orioles 18:10 Tampa Bay Rays
St. Louis Cardinals 18:10 Detroit Tigers
Chicago Cubs 19:05 Nationals
Los Angeles Angels 19:10 Chicago White Sox
Phillies 19:10 New York Mets
Giants 19:10 Milwaukee Brewers
Kansas City Royals 19:10 Minnesota Twins
Atlanta Braves 20:10 Diamondbacks
Los Angeles Dodgers 20:10 Colorado Rockies
New York Yankees 21:10 Seattle Mariners
Sunday 09 September
Cleveland Indians 13:07 Toronto Blue Jays
Baltimore Orioles 13:10 Tampa Bay Rays
San Diego Padres 13:10 Cincinnati Reds
St. Louis Cardinals 13:10 Detroit Tigers
Phillies 13:10 New York Mets
Chicago Cubs 13:35 Nationals
Miami Marlins 13:35 Pittsburgh Pirates
Los Angeles Angels 14:10 Chicago White Sox
Giants 14:10 Milwaukee Brewers
Kansas City Royals 14:10 Minnesota Twins
Los Angeles Dodgers 15:10 Colorado Rockies
Texas Rangers 16:05 Oakland Athletics
New York Yankees 16:10 Seattle Mariners
Atlanta Braves 16:10 Diamondbacks
Houston Astros 20:05 Boston Red Sox

NL East Standings Right Now

The Washington Nationals — a club who in the past were considered to be the NL East punching bag for opponents — are now the team to beat in the division. The Nats may be missing that coveted World Series title, but the club is built for a championship run will come sooner than later.

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# team P W L p+ p- %
AL - East
1 Boston Red Sox Boston Red Sox 139 95 44 752 534 0.683
2 New York Yankees New York Yankees 138 86 52 713 566 0.623
3 Tampa Bay Rays Tampa Bay Rays 137 74 63 582 539 0.540
4 Toronto Blue Jays Toronto Blue Jays 137 62 75 610 710 0.453
5 Baltimore Orioles Baltimore Orioles 138 40 98 537 755 0.290
AL - Central
1 Cleveland Indians Cleveland Indians 137 77 60 687 555 0.562
2 Minnesota Twins Minnesota Twins 137 63 74 605 667 0.460
3 Chicago White Sox Chicago White Sox 138 56 82 580 710 0.406
4 Detroit Tigers Detroit Tigers 138 55 83 532 661 0.399
5 Kansas City Royals Kansas City Royals 137 46 91 526 720 0.336
AL - West
1 Houston Astros Houston Astros 138 85 53 681 457 0.616
2 Oakland Athletics Oakland Athletics 139 83 56 667 578 0.597
3 Seattle Mariners Seattle Mariners 138 77 61 572 620 0.558
4 Los Angeles Angels Los Angeles Angels 138 67 71 621 596 0.486
5 Texas Rangers Texas Rangers 138 60 78 664 729 0.435
NL - East
1 Atlanta Braves Atlanta Braves 137 76 61 647 550 0.555
2 Philadelphia Phillies Philadelphia Phillies 137 72 65 583 594 0.526
3 New York Mets New York Mets 137 62 75 566 614 0.453
4 Miami Marlins Miami Marlins 138 55 83 515 699 0.399
NL - Central
1 Chicago Cubs Chicago Cubs 137 81 56 662 539 0.591
2 Milwaukee Brewers Milwaukee Brewers 139 78 61 624 593 0.561
3 St. Louis Cardinals St. Louis Cardinals 138 76 62 631 559 0.551
4 Pittsburgh Pirates Pittsburgh Pirates 138 67 71 592 600 0.486
5 Cincinnati Reds Cincinnati Reds 138 59 79 622 714 0.428
NL - West
1 Colorado Rockies Colorado Rockies 137 75 62 644 658 0.547
2 Los Angeles Dodgers Los Angeles Dodgers 138 75 63 646 520 0.543
3 Arizona Diamondbacks Arizona Diamondbacks 138 74 64 601 522 0.536
4 San Francisco Giants San Francisco Giants 139 68 71 544 588 0.489
5 San Diego Padres San Diego Padres 140 55 85 535 662 0.393

How To Make Money Betting on NL East Division

It all starts on the mound for the Nationals, who boast the lethal 1-2 punch of Stephen Strasburg and Max Scherzer. Combined, the duo helped the Nationals finish second in the NL in ERA with an average of 3.51 — second to only the 2016 World Series champion Chicago Cubs.

Washington’s rotation also produced 92 quality starts — a stat in which a starting pitcher completes at least six innings while giving up three or less runs. Pitchers love run support and the Nationals’ offense certainly stepped up in that regard in 2016 as well. 

With Bryce Harper leading the charge, the Nationals finished third in total runs with 763. Harper has gained the respect from divisional opponents as many opposing pitchers will opt to intentionally walk the all-star outfielder. Harper was still able to hit 24 home runs to go with 86 RBI in 2016 while ranking among the NL lead in walks with 108.

The other clubs in the NL East — including the New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies — are playing catch-up with the Nationals, who are trending upwards.

If you’re betting on NL East teams, take into consideration the fact that games tend to be low scoring. Your best bet however is taking the Nationals or Mets at home as both clubs posted winning records at Nationals Park and Citi Field, respectively.

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