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Vegas over under for Orioles wins 76.5


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Vegas says the O's are the worst team in the AL East. Here are the over-unders tweeted by Jonah Keri earlier today:

This is the 7th year in a row that Steve Mikkelson at the Atlantis has posted the first MLB over/unders...many of these are sure to move, so grab a flight to Reno ASAP :)

D?Backs 81? ov -120 / un -110

Braves 86 ov -115 / un -115

Orioles 76? ov ? 115 / un ? 115

Red Sox 79? ov ? 120 / un ? 110

Cubs 72 ov ? 115 / un ? 115

White Sox 80? ov ? 115 / un ? 115

Reds 88? ov ? 115 / un ? 115

Indians 77? ov ? 120 / un ? 110

Rockies 71? ov ? 115 / un ? 115

Tigers 90 ov ? 115 / un ? 115

Astros 59? ov ? 120 / un ? 110

Royals 79 ov ? 115 / un ? 115

Angels 89? ov ? 120 / un ? 110

Dodgers 90 ov ? 115 / un ? 115

Marlins 64? ov ? 110 / un ? 120

Brewers 79? ov ? 115 / un ? 115

Twins 64? ov ? 115 / un ? 115

Mets 74 ov ? 110 / un ? 120

Yankees 86? ov ? 115 / un ? 115

Athletics 83 ov ? 110 / un ? 120

Phillies 81? ov ? 115 / un ? 115

Pirates 79 ov ? 115 / un ? 115

Padres 74? ov ? 115 / un ? 115

Giants 86 ov ? 115 / un ? 115

Mariners 76? ov ? 115 / un ? 115

Cardinals 85? ov ? 115 / un ? 115

Rays 86 ov ? 115 / un ? 115

Rangers 87 ov ? 115 / un ? 115

Blue Jays 86? ov ? 115 / un ? 115

Nationals 90 ov ? 115 / un ? 115



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They don't give away money for free in Vegas, O's fans. What do u know that they don't know?

We know that the majority of uninformed Orioles haters will more than cover the money that Orioles believers bet. More than cover it. And maybe even drive it down. That's how Vegas works. They get the vig. They don't bet for or against anyone. They just match up money.

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I agree with the over-under. I just see a lot of Orange kool-aid drinkers on here. I think the O's offseason is inexcusable.

You seem to have a lot of opinions on this place and the posters for someone with 4 posts? Do we know you? Something tells me you are more than a lurker, especially with the aggressive way you came into this community.

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I just signed up today. I've read the website for a while though.

In a division where two of the largest metropolitan areas are represented, do you think it odd that the over would be higher for Yankees and Red Sox than it would be for a team that does not have that level of population gambling on them? Do you find it odd that many bettors would chase the team that did spend the most in the off-season (Toronto). I am somewhat surprised at the support for Tampa though. Does anyone have some insight there?

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