The MLB MVP odds you’ll find are unique for how they entail separate MVPs for both leagues. You’ve got plenty of choices for both leagues in 2021. Here’s a look at what you can find when looking at the best MLB MVP odds.
National League MLB MVP Odds
Mookie Betts (Los Angeles Dodgers) +500
Mookie Betts made a quick impact on the Dodgers after arriving from Boston in the offseason last year. Betts has won three straight Silver Slugger and five straight Golden Glove awards, so expect his all-around gameplay to make a good impact on his MLB MVP odds.
Christian Yelich (Milwaukee Brewers) +700
Christian Yelich fell apart in 2020 with a .205 batting average, more than a hundred points below what he had for the prior two seasons. He is hoping to make a significant rebound in 2021.
Ronald Acuna Jr. (Atlanta Braves) +750
Ronald Acuna Jr. has become one of the most interesting players in baseball, as he completed more than fifty home runs and fifty stolen bases in his first two seasons. Acuna is aiming to keep his momentum going heading into 2021.
Cody Bellinger (Los Angeles Dodgers) +800
Cody Bellinger fell apart after winning the 2019 NL MVP honor. He hit .305 that year, but he fell to .239 last season. Bellinger is hoping a full spring training and a regular schedule will help him perform a little better this year.
Freddie Freeman (Atlanta Braves) +800
The reigning NL MVP also has great MLB MVP odds this year, as Freddie Freeman has been batting at or around .300 for each of the last five seasons. His .341 average last year was one of the best in the league.
American League MLB MVP Odds
Mike Trout (Los Angeles Angels) +170
Three-time MVP Mike Trout has the best odds in the American League by far. As one of the most consistent hitters in the game, Trout will look forward to taking advantage of a weak American League West division in 2021.
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Alex Bregman (Houston Astros) +1000
Alex Bregman missed a portion of last season with an injury, but he hopes to make a greater impact this coming year. Bregman is hoping that a return to regular American League play will make a positive impact.
Jose Abreu (Chicago White Sox) +1000
The reigning AL MVP was a powerhouse who helped bring the White Sox back to the playoffs last year. But the question here is whether Jose Abreu will benefit from having a new manager in Tony La Russa.
Aaron Judge (New York Yankees) +1100
It’s tough to ignore a man as massive as Aaron Judge. He has become a more efficient hitter in recent years, as his strikeout ratio keeps dropping each season.
Shohei Ohtani (Los Angeles Angels) +2000
Shohei Ohtani will be more of a wild card, but his MLB MVP odds look enticing. There’s an increasingly likely chance Ohtani will go back to being both a fielder and pitcher this season, giving him a shot at being even more valuable for bettors to see.
*Odds correct at time of writing.
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