Colorado sportsbooks offer a wide range of MLB betting markets, including moneylines, run lines, totals and futures. Colorado sportsbooks offer a wide range of betting options on baseball, including online and retail.
The number of MLB games determines the amount of money that is placed on baseball at legal betting sites across the US. This is true even in Colorado, where the Colorado Rockies are the Centennial State’s summer boys for over 25 years.
Here’s a closer look at Colorado MLB betting, including apps for sports betting and MLB bets.
COLORADO SPORTSBOOKS: LATEST MLB LINES
The odds for all MLB action are posted at CO retail sportsbooks and mobile sports betting apps, from the beginning of Spring Training through the end of the World Series. Colorado sportsbooks offer thousands of moneylines, totals, run lines, futures, parlays, and props for MLB betting.
You can still place futures bets on the team that you believe will win the World Series in the offseason. Below are the most recent MLB odds from CO online sportsbooks. Click on any odds below to go to the online casino and claim your free bets.
HOW DO YOU READ MLB BETING LINES?
You’ll notice several numbers next to each team, as well as the name of the starter pitcher, in the lines for an MLB game. There will also be a number in the middle.
The number in the middle is the totals line. This is the total runs that the oddsmakers have figured the teams will score.
You’ll also find the moneyline odds and run line odds for each team. The moneyline odds will display a negative number for each favorite. This indicates how much you need to wager to win $100 and your return bet. It can also be displayed as a positive figure for the underdog. This indicates how much you will earn for each $100 that you wager.
The run line displays the same negative number as the favorite and positive numbers for the underdog. It indicates whether you have to subtract or add the run line to determine the winner.
This is followed by a bracketed negative or positive odds number, which indicates the moneyline odds that you will receive betting on this line.
TOP 5 COLORADO ROCKIES’ PLAYERS OF ALL TIME
Todd Helton: Helton, a first baseman who spent his entire career with Colorado, was a key member of the 2007 NL pennant-winning Rockies team. Helton was a five-time All-Star, the MLB batting champion in 2000 and the RBI leader.
Larry Walker: Walker was a player in 17 MLB seasons, 10 of which were with the Colorado Rockies between 1995 and 2004. Walker was a five-time All-Star and three-time MLB batting champ. He also won the 1997 NL MVP. Walker was the first Colorado Rockies player to be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2020.
Troy Tulowitzki was drafted by the Rockies in 2005. He finished second in the Rookie of Year voting just two years later. He played a decade with the Rockies’ infield, batting.299 with 657 RBIs and 188 home runs. Before being traded to Toronto in 2015, he was an All-Star for the Rockies five times.
Matt Holliday. Holliday spent five seasons with Colorado Rockies from 2004 to 2008. He then returned and completed his MLB career with them in 2018. Holliday was runner-up for MVP in 2007, the year that he helped the Rockies reach their first World Series. Holliday was a.340 hitter with 36 home runs, 137 RBIs and an.346 OPS. After three All-Star appearances with the Rockies, he was traded to Oakland Athletics in 2008.
Vinny Castilla, the Rockies’ first player, was drafted out of expansion for the 1993 season. Castilla was an All-Star twice for the Rockies and hit more than 40 home runs in his three consecutive years of service, 1996-98. Castilla was traded from Colorado to Tampa Bay Devil Rays 1999, but he returned to Colorado in 2004, collecting 35-home runs as well as 131 RBIs.Last Updated on October 2, 2021