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MLB All-Star Game Odds & Picks: Can the National League Turn Things Around?
Check out the current 2019 MLB All-Star Game odds:
- National League (-125)
- American League (+150)
The MLB All-Stars game 2019 odds suggest it will be the American league who continues its dominance when the first ball is pitched at the Progressive Field, home of the Cleveland Indians, on July 9th.
- The American League has dominated the MLB All-Star game of late with an 18-3-1 record.
- Historically, the teams are neck and neck with the American League holding a slight 44-43-2 advantage.
- Christian Yelich is the +350 favorite to win the 2019 Home Run Derby
The American League Have Home Field Advantage
With the 2019 MLB All-Star game taking place at the home of the Cleveland Indians, Progressive Field, the American League team has home field advantage and that could be enough to sway the game in its favor.
Alex Cora of the defending champions Boston Red Sox takes charge of the American League team and he has a wealth of talent at his disposal, which is why the MLB All-Star game betting odds suggest Cora's team will emerge victoriously.
Jose Abreu will be on first base after being one of the few highlights from a disappointing season for his White Sox team. Cora can also call upon the talented Los Angeles Angels center fielder Mike Trout who is making his eighth All-Star game appearance.
Trout is a legitimate superstar who has been the American League MVP twice in his career thanks in part to a batting average of .306, including 262 home runs from 1,268 hits. Trout has also stolen 197 bases, quite incredible.
Another player to keep an eye out for is the New York Yankees' catcher Gary Sanchez, who is certainly a power hitter. Sanchez is only in his fourth season but is making his second All-Star game appearance.
The man from the Dominican Republic has 94 career home runs, including three in one game against Baltimore Orioles, and locked up his first career grand slam in April 2019 against the San Fransico Giants.
History is also on the American League's side. The American League has won 18 of the previous 22 games, losing three and one game ending in a tie. While the All-Star game is wide open due to the coaches swapping out players throughout, everything points towards another American League victory.
National League Team Needs to Stop the Rot
Fans of the National League All-Star team will be hoping their team can return to winning ways and stop the current rot that has seen the American League dominated for the best part of two decade
National League All-Star teams were the dominant force during the 1960s and 1970s and had improved to a 40-26-1 record by 1996. Since then, however, the National League has hit a major slump and now trails by one game in terms of wins.
There was a spell when the National League looked to have turned things around, winning the MLB All-Star games in 2010, 2011 and 2012, but a run of six straight defeats followed. The Vegas odds on MLB All Star game do not suggest this poor run of form will end on July 9th in the 2019 MLB All-Star game.
It is not that the National League team doe not have any star players because the roster is awash with talent. Freddie Freeman will occupy first base, the Atlanta Braves player received the most votes overall in the National League team and makes his fourth all-star appearance. Will Freeman add to his 212 career home runs? We would not bet against him.
Then there is Nolan Arenado, the sole representative of the Colorado Rockies on third base who makes his third consecutive All-Star game start. Arenado has posted career-bests in batting average (.317) and OPS (.953) this season and is definitely one to watch.
The National League will turn to Dodgers' Cody Bellinger to get some runs on the board. Bellinger was hitting .400 in May and his 1.163 OPS is the best in baseball. The star also has 30 home runs this season, second only to Christian Yelich who also starts for the National League.
Christian Yelich to Win the Home Run Derby
Our friends at Bovada make Christian Yelich the +350 favorite to win the 2019 Home Run Derby, with Josh Bell (+400) and Pete Alonso (+450) hot on his heels.
Yelich has smashed 31 homers so far this campaign and it sat atop of the leaderboard. Alonso is not far behind with 29 with Bell trailing slightly still with 27 home runs to his name.
Home Run Derby Betting Odds
- Christian Yelich: +350
- Josh Bell: +400
- Pete Alonso: +450
- Vladmir Guerrero: +500
- Joc Peserson: +700
- Ronald Acuna: +800
- Alex Bregman: +850
- Carlos Santana: +1000
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