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    MVP, Cy Young, HR odds (08/05/14)

    John Ewing, Director of Research and Analytics, @johnewing
    By John Ewing
    Updated odds to win baseball's MVP and Cy Young. Plus, who will win the home run crown? Odds courtesy of

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    AL MVP

    Mike Trout
    Preseason: 5/1, Current: 2/5

    The young star, doesn't turn 23 until August 7th, is already considered the best player in baseball. Trout is on track to lead the American League in Wins Above Replacement, a measure of a player's total contribution (offense and defense), for the third year in a row. The Angels' center fielder has finished second in the AL MVP voting the last two seasons but has been the favorite to win the award all season.

    AL MVP Odds

    Player Odds
    Mike Trout (LAA) 2/5
    Miguel Cabrera (DET) 7/1
    Jose Abreu (CHW) 10/1
    Robinson Cano (SEA) 10/1
    Michael Brantley (CLE) 14/1
    Josh Donaldson (OAK) 20/1
    Nelson Cruz (BAL) 25/1
    Jose Altuve (HOU) 25/1
    Jose Bautista (TOR) 33/1
    Victor Martinez (DET) 33/1

    AL Cy Young

    Felix Hernandez
    Preseason: 15/1, Current: 9/4

    Clayton Kershaw is widely considered the best pitcher in baseball but one could argue that King Felix is having a better season. Through 165.1 innings the Mariners ace has an ERA of 2.01, best in the American League. Hernandez also set a new MLB record with 14 consecutive starts in which he gave up two or fewer runs in seven innings of work or more.

    AL Cy Young Odds

    Player Odds
    Felix Hernandez (SEA) 9/4
    Chris Sale (CWS) 3/1
    Max Scherzer (DET) 6/1
    Sonny Gray (OAK) 7/1
    Corey Kluber (CLE) 7/1
    David Price (TB) 12/1
    Jon Lester (BOS) 12/1
    Scott Kazmir (OAK) 15/1
    Yu Darvish (TEX) 25/1
    Garrett Richards (LAA) 33/1
    Rick Porcello (DET) 33/1

    NL MVP and Cy Young

    Clayton Kershaw
    Preseason Cy Young: 13/2, Current: 2/7

    The reigning two time Cy Young winner is trying to become just the ninth pitcher to win the award three times. Kershaw is also attempting to become just the third starting pitcher since 1986 to win the MVP, his 1.71 ERA leads all of baseball.

    NL MVP Odds

    Player Odds
    Clayton Kershaw (LAD) 4/7
    Giancarlo Stanton (MIA) 7/4
    Yasiel Puig (LAD) 10/1

    NL Cy Young Odds

    Player Odds
    Clayton Kershaw (LAD) 2/7
    Adam Wainwright (STL) 5/1
    Johnny Cueto (CIN) 5/1
    Zack Greinke (LAD) 25/1
    Madison Bumgarner (SF) 50/1

    Home Run Leader

    Jose Abreu leads the majors with 31 dingers despite missing 14 games with ankle issues. The White Sox first baseman is trying to break Mark McGwire's rookie record of 49 home runs in 1987.

    HR Leader Odds

    Player Odds
    Jose Abreu (CHW) 4/7
    Nelson Cruz (BAL) 2/1
    Giancarlo Stanton (MIA) 10/1
    Edwin Encarnacion (TOR) 15/1
    Mike Trout (LAA) 20/1
    David Ortiz (BOS) 20/1
    Anthony Rizzo (CHC) 33/1
    Jose Bautista (TOR) 100/1

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