2018 Major League Baseball Playoff Props (Feb 26)

The American Pastime and the Boys of Summer are preparing for the 2018 162-game regular season. Arizona and Florida Spring Training sessions are in full swing and last year’s World Series participants are the favorites to square off in the 2018 Fall Classic. Not only can you get an MLB futures investment on your favorite team to win the World Series you can also push lunch money or more on specific regular season propositions. 2018 Major League Baseball Playoff Props (Feb 26).

The Los Angeles Dodgers range in the neighborhood of +500 to return to the World Series and win their first championship since 1988 depending on the Vegas or Offshore store. The Dodgers fell at Chavez Ravine in Game 7 of the 2017 World Series against the Houston Astros. Then Los Angeles starter Yu Darvish was hit hard early in the series finale that saw the Dodgers fall by 5-1 score.

The Dodgers won’t have the services of Darvish this season but return most of last season’s roster to camp and are the overwhelming favorites to repeat in the NL West and represent the Senior Circuit in October.

The Astros, Cleveland Indians, Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees are all short priced to end the 2018 campaign as American League champs. It is noteworthy to mention that the last time a club repeated as World Series champion was the Yankees when they won three straight titles from 1998-2000.

As soon as the Astros recorded the final out in game-seven of last season’s World Series the MLB futures in Vegas and Offshore began flooding Major League Baseball worldwide web sports portals.

Will the Arizona Diamondbacks return to postseason play in 2018? Can the Cleveland Indians make the 2018 MLB playoffs? Do you have the cojones to make a futures buy on the Detroit Tigers at +3000 to make the AL playoffs? Or maybe laying -15000 on the Tigers to miss out on the MLB’s 2018 fall tournament?

The World’s Largest Race and Sportsbook, WestGate of Las Vegas, has opened up their long list of 208 MLB Playoff Propositions:

2018 Major League Baseball Playoff Props (Feb 26)





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