Colorado Rockies 2020 betting odds: Player props, Win totals, more

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - SEPTEMBER 03: Nolan Arenado #28 of the Colorado Rockies points toward the sky as he crosses home plate after hitting a solo home run as catcher Russell Martin #55 of the Los Angeles Dodgers looks on during the fourth inning of the MLB game at Dodger Stadium on September 03, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Victor Decolongon/Getty Images)
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - SEPTEMBER 03: Nolan Arenado #28 of the Colorado Rockies points toward the sky as he crosses home plate after hitting a solo home run as catcher Russell Martin #55 of the Los Angeles Dodgers looks on during the fourth inning of the MLB game at Dodger Stadium on September 03, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Victor Decolongon/Getty Images) /
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Rockies Team Win Totals, Playoff, Division & World Series Odds

2020 was going to be a strange year for the Rockies already. Shortening it to 60 games may honestly be a blessing because it’s either going to force them to forget everything going on and just play ball or they’re going to be out of it quick and they’ll be where a lot of people expected them to be anyways. Not many people have many expectations for the Rockies this season and understandably so, but that doesn’t mean something crazy can’t happen. After all, it’s the year 2020.

Rockies Win Totals and Odds

  • 27.5 at BetOnline.Ag (Over -110, Under -120)
  • 26.5 at DraftKings (Over -118, Under -106)
  • 27.5 at FanDuel (Over -104, Under -118)

The oddsmakers don’t believe in the Rockies either. And based off last season’s downfalls plus this offseason’s inactivity, why would they? The Rockies need to go either 27-33 or 28-32 and they break the over. Based off my prediction earlier this year (80-82), they’ll break this over. Less games in LA from a reduced schedule only helps that assertion. There’s cause for concern with more games against the Astros and other AL West opponents the Rockies are unfamiliar with, but hopefully that unfamiliarity also pays off at Coors Field for some additional wins we wouldn’t normally get.

Based off my previous record prediction (and also having a $5 Rockies World Series bet at +22000 which I really want to hit) I think the Rockies are taking the over here.

Lines to Take

Over 26.5 Wins at DraftKings (-118)

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Playoff Odds & NL West Division Odds

Odds to Make the Playoffs

  • +800 Yes, -1430 No at DraftKings
  • +920 Yes, -2000 No at FanDuel

Odds to Win NL West

  • +3000 at DraftKings
  • +3000 at FanDuel

Let’s be real for a second. It’s going to be very hard for the Rockies to win the NL West. 30-1 still seems like a decent number with someone like the Dodgers in the division. So if you’re going to take a line from anything here, you probably want to look at FanDuel’s odds to make the playoffs. I’m certainly not recommending it, but the Rockies are a lot more likely to make it as a Wild Card than they are to win the division.

Lines to Take:

None

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NLCS and World Series Championship Odds

NLCS Odds

  • +6600 at BetOnline.Ag
  • +7000 at DraftKings
  • +8000 at FanDuel

World Series Odds

  • +12500 at BetOnline.Ag
  • +15000 at DraftKings
  • +16000 at FanDuel

The Rockies are longshots and that should come as a surprise to no one reading this article. That being said, if you’re a fan of the Rockies and want to place a bet, it really shouldn’t hurt you at all to place a small $5 or $10 bet on your team to win the World Series. Imagine you bet $10 on Fanduel for the Rockies to win the series and they pull off the improbable. That $10 will get turned into $1600! Wouldn’t that be awesome if the most unimaginable thing happened and it meant you pulled in over a grand with little to no effort at all? This is more of a “why not?” bet than anything. Besides, it’s the year 2020. In the year of “Oh my god, no way that actually is happening now,” would the Rockies winning the World Series honestly be the weirdest thing to happen?

Lines to Take:

Colorado Rockies World Series Champions at Fanduel (+16000)

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