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2022 Major League Baseball season

Major League Baseball 2021 is all set to return to excite baseball fans around the world. The 91st All- Star Game comes to Truist Park in Atlanta, Georgia. The season is planned to start on April 1st and lasts till October 3rd.

However, the spring training starts on February 28th. The MLB features 30 teams to battle on the ball field, each eyeing for the trophy. The Cleveland will feature for the very last time with its name as Indians.

A total of 162 games have announced as of now. The defending champions, Los Angeles Dodgers seek their 8th win, while every other team’s battle for supremacy. New York Yankees holds the most wins in MLB (27) with a winning percentage of 0.675. The MLB 2020 season was an extremely successful season despite the Covid-19 pandemic.

There was an expansion of the postseason in 2020 MLB. Whilst there are no official announcements for the same this season, speculations are high about the latest agreement between the fans. A huge controversy for the American DH (Designated Hitter) in place of pitch hitter raised among fans. Although the new DH rules released in the 2020 season, there is no official announcement to be the same for 2021. The doubleheaders will feature a seven-inning game once again after last year. As told by the associations to follow the Covid-19 norms, the safety precautions in the form of a Taxi squad, where up to five players are allowed on the road trip.



How many rounds will be played?

Due to Covid-19 pandemic, the MLB 2020 game was reduced to 60 game regular season. But with things coming back to normal, the plan is to return to its previous format 162 regular game season. Instead of a round featuring a sudden-death Wild Card Game with the division winners resting, the format will be as follows:

Wild Card Series: No. 1 seed vs. No. 8; No. 2 vs. No. 7; No. 3 vs. No. 6; No. 4 vs. No. 5.

Division Series: Winner of 1-8 vs. Winner of 4-5; Winner of 2-7 vs. Winner of 3-6. Home-field advantage goes to the higher seed.
League Championship Series: Winner of 1-4-5-8 vs. Winner of 2-3-6-7.
Home-field advantage goes to the higher seed.
World Series: AL champion vs. NL champion.

How will the teams be seeded?

The top three seeds in each league will go to the three division winners (East, Central, West) in order of record.

The next three seeds will go to the three teams that finish in second place in their division, in order of record.

The final two seeds will go to the two teams with the next best records, regardless of division and division standing. Because the first and second place teams in each division automatically advance to postseasons, the 7 and 8 seeds are the actual “Wild Card teams.”

MLB Outright Odds

According to bet365, the betting odds for the Major League Baseball teams to win the tournament are listed below:

MLB Weekly Odds



Houston Astros vs Atlanta Braves

World Series is finally here. Houston Astros enter the World Series the third time in five seasons. Meeting them will be the Atlanta Braves, who have the underdog status this year. Atlanta are participating for the first time since 1995. Game 1 will be held on 26 October, at Minute Maid Park. Houston clinched the American League championship by thumping Boston in the last three legs. In the post-season, Yordan Alvarez has been top notch. He has an OBP of .535 while Kyle Tucker have scored four home runs. Their starting pitcher Framber Valdez has 13 strikeouts in the post-season.

As for Atlanta Braves, the emotions are over the roof. Sticking with Atlanta since 2016, Brian Snitker is praised by the captain Freddie Freeman. The coach has won 438 games with the Braves, 389 games ended in defeat. However, the man of the hour clearly is Eddie Rosario. With an OBP of .524 and a batting average of .474, Rosario is the most prized player for the Braves. Opinions are split between the two teams depending on where the question of victory is asked. The bookmakers have Houston as the home favourites for the first game.


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