How To Bet On Los Angeles Dodgers

In a season where they set the Major League Baseball record for the highest payroll in one year ($300 million), the Dodgers came up short once again in their quest for the team’s first World Series title since 1988. Los Angeles, buoyed by a veteran lineup and the All-World pitching duo of Clayton Kershaw and Zack Greinke, fell to the eventual National League champion New York Mets in the Divisional Round. While 2015 ended with a disappointing finish, Los Angeles still has the pieces to win the NL West for the fourth straight year.

 

 

Best Los Angeles Dodgers Betting Lines

For information pertaining to the most updated daily betting lines for the Dodgers, refer to the breakout box below. This tool will give you the rundown on each opponent L.A. plays next. 

 

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Los Angeles Dodgers Regular Season Schedule

For an overview of the L.A.’s season schedule and upcoming road swings and home stands, please check out the calendar breakout below. 

This tool will give you an overall idea of the makeup of the Dodgers’s season from Opening Day until the postseason comes around again in the fall. 

Make sure to consistently zero in on this option for any upcoming parlay bets that you want to make or to exploit a matchup during a particularly favorable homestand. 

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Competitions Away Score Home Money Line
February 2017 (4)
Sat 25 CHW 3 - 5 LAD +125 -135 Odds
Sun 26 LAD 10 - 8 MIL -120 +110 Odds
Mon 27 Colorado Rockies 7 - 1 LAD
Tue 28 LAD 14 - 3 Colorado Rockies
March 2017 (32)
Wed 1 LAD 7 - 6 SFG +115 -125 Odds
Thu 2 CLE 2 - 4 LAD +115 -120 Odds
Fri 3 KC 7 - 2 LAD
Fri 3 LAD 3 - 15 ARI
Sat 4 LAD 3 - 9 Chicago Cubs +115 -125 Odds
Sun 5 Seattle Mariners 3 - 7 LAD
Mon 6 LAD 9 - 10 Colorado Rockies +100 -106 Odds
Tue 7 SFG 4 - 2 LAD +135 -125 Odds
Wed 8 LAD 2 - 7 MIL
Fri 10 Texas Rangers 2 - 12 LAD +110 -115 Odds
Sat 11 LAA 2 - 8 LAD -105 -105 Odds
Sun 12 LAD 5 - 4 KC
Sun 12 CHW 15 - 5 LAD
Mon 13 LAD 3 - 1 LAA +105 -110 Odds
Tue 14 Cincinnati Reds 5 - 6 LAD +140 -135 Odds
Wed 15 LAD 12 - 7 Seattle Mariners +105 -115 Odds
Thu 16 Chicago Cubs 4 - 0 LAD +120 -120 Odds
Fri 17 Seattle Mariners 5 - 2 LAD
Fri 17 LAD 2 - 3 San Diego Padres
Sat 18 LAD 13 - 7 CHW -115 +105 Odds
Mon 20 LAD 5 - 14 CLE +105 -115 Odds
Tue 21 MIL 16:05 LAD +128 -147 Odds
Thu 23 LAD 19:05 Texas Rangers
Fri 24 ARI 16:05 LAD
Sat 25 OAK 16:05 LAD
Sun 26 LAD 16:05 Texas Rangers
Mon 27 CHW 16:05 LAD
Tue 28 San Diego Padres 16:05 LAD
Tue 28 LAD 16:05 Cincinnati Reds
Wed 29 LAD 16:10 Seattle Mariners
Thu 30 LAD 22:07 LAA
Fri 31 LAD 22:07 LAA
April 2017 (27)
Sat 1 LAA 12:00 LAD
Mon 3 Reg. MD2 San Diego Padres 16:10 LAD
Tue 4 Reg. MD2 San Diego Padres 22:10 LAD
Wed 5 Reg. MD2 San Diego Padres 22:10 LAD
Thu 6 Reg. MD2 San Diego Padres 15:10 LAD
Fri 7 Reg. MD2 LAD 16:10 Colorado Rockies
Sat 8 Reg. MD2 LAD 20:10 Colorado Rockies
Sun 9 Reg. MD2 LAD 15:10 Colorado Rockies
Mon 10 Reg. MD3 LAD 20:05 Chicago Cubs
Wed 12 Reg. MD3 LAD 20:05 Chicago Cubs
Thu 13 Reg. MD3 LAD 14:20 Chicago Cubs
Fri 14 Reg. MD3 ARI 22:10 LAD
Sat 15 Reg. MD3 ARI 21:10 LAD
Sun 16 Reg. MD3 ARI 16:10 LAD
Mon 17 Reg. MD4 ARI 22:10 LAD
Tue 18 Reg. MD4 Colorado Rockies 22:10 LAD
Wed 19 Reg. MD4 Colorado Rockies 22:10 LAD
Fri 21 Reg. MD4 LAD 21:40 ARI
Sat 22 Reg. MD4 LAD 20:10 ARI
Sun 23 Reg. MD4 LAD 16:10 ARI
Mon 24 Reg. MD5 LAD 22:15 SFG
Tue 25 Reg. MD5 LAD 22:15 SFG
Wed 26 Reg. MD5 LAD 22:15 SFG
Thu 27 Reg. MD5 LAD 15:45 SFG
Fri 28 Reg. MD5 PHI 22:10 LAD
Sat 29 Reg. MD5 PHI 21:10 LAD
Sun 30 Reg. MD5 PHI 16:10 LAD
May 2017 (29)
Mon 1 Reg. MD6 SFG 22:10 LAD
Tue 2 Reg. MD6 SFG 22:10 LAD
Wed 3 Reg. MD6 SFG 22:10 LAD
Fri 5 Reg. MD6 LAD 22:10 San Diego Padres
Sat 6 Reg. MD6 LAD 20:40 San Diego Padres
Sun 7 Reg. MD6 LAD 16:40 San Diego Padres
Mon 8 Reg. MD7 PIT 22:10 LAD
Tue 9 Reg. MD7 PIT 22:10 LAD
Wed 10 Reg. MD7 PIT 22:10 LAD
Thu 11 Reg. MD7 LAD 20:40 Colorado Rockies
Fri 12 Reg. MD7 LAD 20:40 Colorado Rockies
Sat 13 Reg. MD7 LAD 20:10 Colorado Rockies
Sun 14 Reg. MD7 LAD 15:10 Colorado Rockies
Mon 15 Reg. MD8 LAD 22:15 SFG
Tue 16 Reg. MD8 LAD 22:15 SFG
Wed 17 Reg. MD8 LAD 15:45 SFG
Thu 18 Reg. MD8 Miami Marlins 22:10 LAD
Fri 19 Reg. MD8 Miami Marlins 22:10 LAD
Sat 20 Reg. MD8 Miami Marlins 22:10 LAD
Sun 21 Reg. MD8 Miami Marlins 16:10 LAD
Tue 23 Reg. MD9 STL 22:10 LAD
Wed 24 Reg. MD9 STL 22:10 LAD
Thu 25 Reg. MD9 STL 22:10 LAD
Fri 26 Reg. MD9 Chicago Cubs 22:10 LAD
Sat 27 Reg. MD9 Chicago Cubs 19:15 LAD
Sun 28 Reg. MD9 Chicago Cubs 16:10 LAD
Mon 29 Reg. MD10 LAD 14:15 STL
Tue 30 Reg. MD10 LAD 19:05 STL
Wed 31 Reg. MD10 LAD 20:15 STL
June 2017 (28)
Thu 1 Reg. MD10 LAD 13:45 STL
Fri 2 Reg. MD10 LAD 20:10 MIL
Sat 3 Reg. MD10 LAD 16:10 MIL
Sun 4 Reg. MD10 LAD 14:10 MIL
Mon 5 Reg. MD11 Montreal Expos 22:10 LAD
Tue 6 Reg. MD11 Montreal Expos 22:10 LAD
Wed 7 Reg. MD11 Montreal Expos 15:10 LAD
Fri 9 Reg. MD11 Cincinnati Reds 22:10 LAD
Sat 10 Reg. MD11 Cincinnati Reds 22:10 LAD
Sun 11 Reg. MD11 Cincinnati Reds 16:10 LAD
Tue 13 Reg. MD12 LAD 19:10 CLE
Wed 14 Reg. MD12 LAD 19:10 CLE
Thu 15 Reg. MD12 LAD 12:10 CLE
Fri 16 Reg. MD12 LAD 19:10 Cincinnati Reds
Sat 17 Reg. MD12 LAD 16:10 Cincinnati Reds
Sun 18 Reg. MD12 LAD 13:10 Cincinnati Reds
Mon 19 Reg. MD13 New York Mets 22:10 LAD
Tue 20 Reg. MD13 New York Mets 22:10 LAD
Wed 21 Reg. MD13 New York Mets 22:10 LAD
Thu 22 Reg. MD13 New York Mets 22:10 LAD
Fri 23 Reg. MD13 Colorado Rockies 22:10 LAD
Sat 24 Reg. MD13 Colorado Rockies 22:10 LAD
Sun 25 Reg. MD13 Colorado Rockies 16:10 LAD
Mon 26 Reg. MD14 LAA 22:10 LAD
Tue 27 Reg. MD14 LAA 22:10 LAD
Wed 28 Reg. MD14 LAD 22:07 LAA
Thu 29 Reg. MD14 LAD 22:07 LAA
Fri 30 Reg. MD14 LAD 22:10 San Diego Padres
July 2017 (23)
Sat 1 Reg. MD14 LAD 22:10 San Diego Padres
Sun 2 Reg. MD14 LAD 16:40 San Diego Padres
Tue 4 Reg. MD15 ARI 21:10 LAD
Wed 5 Reg. MD15 ARI 22:10 LAD
Thu 6 Reg. MD15 ARI 22:10 LAD
Fri 7 Reg. MD15 KC 22:10 LAD
Sat 8 Reg. MD15 KC 19:15 LAD
Sun 9 Reg. MD15 KC 16:10 LAD
Fri 14 Reg. MD16 LAD 19:10 Miami Marlins
Sat 15 Reg. MD16 LAD 19:10 Miami Marlins
Sun 16 Reg. MD16 LAD 13:10 Miami Marlins
Tue 18 Reg. MD17 LAD 20:10 CHW
Wed 19 Reg. MD17 LAD 20:10 CHW
Thu 20 Reg. MD17 Atlanta Braves 22:10 LAD
Fri 21 Reg. MD17 Atlanta Braves 22:10 LAD
Sat 22 Reg. MD17 Atlanta Braves 21:10 LAD
Sun 23 Reg. MD17 Atlanta Braves 16:10 LAD
Mon 24 Reg. MD18 Minnesota Twins 22:10 LAD
Tue 25 Reg. MD18 Minnesota Twins 22:10 LAD
Wed 26 Reg. MD18 Minnesota Twins 22:10 LAD
Fri 28 Reg. MD18 SFG 22:10 LAD
Sat 29 Reg. MD18 SFG 16:05 LAD
Sun 30 Reg. MD18 SFG 16:10 LAD
August 2017 (27)
Tue 1 Reg. MD19 LAD 19:35 Atlanta Braves
Wed 2 Reg. MD19 LAD 19:35 Atlanta Braves
Thu 3 Reg. MD19 LAD 19:35 Atlanta Braves
Fri 4 Reg. MD19 LAD 19:10 New York Mets
Sat 5 Reg. MD19 LAD 16:05 New York Mets
Sun 6 Reg. MD19 LAD 13:10 New York Mets
Tue 8 Reg. MD20 LAD 21:40 ARI
Wed 9 Reg. MD20 LAD 21:40 ARI
Thu 10 Reg. MD20 LAD 21:40 ARI
Fri 11 Reg. MD20 San Diego Padres 22:10 LAD
Sat 12 Reg. MD20 San Diego Padres 21:10 LAD
Sun 13 Reg. MD20 San Diego Padres 16:10 LAD
Tue 15 Reg. MD21 CHW 22:10 LAD
Wed 16 Reg. MD21 CHW 22:10 LAD
Fri 18 Reg. MD21 LAD 19:10 Detroit Tigers
Sat 19 Reg. MD21 LAD 16:05 Detroit Tigers
Sun 20 Reg. MD21 LAD 13:10 Detroit Tigers
Mon 21 Reg. MD22 LAD 19:05 PIT
Tue 22 Reg. MD22 LAD 19:05 PIT
Wed 23 Reg. MD22 LAD 19:05 PIT
Thu 24 Reg. MD22 LAD 16:05 PIT
Fri 25 Reg. MD22 MIL 22:10 LAD
Sat 26 Reg. MD22 MIL 21:10 LAD
Sun 27 Reg. MD22 MIL 16:10 LAD
Tue 29 Reg. MD23 LAD 21:40 ARI
Wed 30 Reg. MD23 LAD 21:40 ARI
Thu 31 Reg. MD23 LAD 15:40 ARI
September 2017 (28)
Fri 1 Reg. MD23 LAD 22:10 San Diego Padres
Sat 2 Reg. MD23 LAD 20:40 San Diego Padres
Sun 3 Reg. MD23 LAD 16:40 San Diego Padres
Mon 4 Reg. MD24 ARI 20:10 LAD
Tue 5 Reg. MD24 ARI 22:10 LAD
Wed 6 Reg. MD24 ARI 22:10 LAD
Thu 7 Reg. MD24 Colorado Rockies 22:10 LAD
Fri 8 Reg. MD24 Colorado Rockies 22:10 LAD
Sat 9 Reg. MD24 Colorado Rockies 21:10 LAD
Sun 10 Reg. MD24 Colorado Rockies 16:10 LAD
Mon 11 Reg. MD25 LAD 22:15 SFG
Tue 12 Reg. MD25 LAD 22:15 SFG
Wed 13 Reg. MD25 LAD 22:15 SFG
Fri 15 Reg. MD25 LAD 19:05 Montreal Expos
Sat 16 Reg. MD25 LAD 13:05 Montreal Expos
Sun 17 Reg. MD25 LAD 13:35 Montreal Expos
Mon 18 Reg. MD26 LAD 19:05 PHI
Tue 19 Reg. MD26 LAD 19:05 PHI
Wed 20 Reg. MD26 LAD 19:05 PHI
Thu 21 Reg. MD26 LAD 13:05 PHI
Fri 22 Reg. MD26 SFG 22:10 LAD
Sat 23 Reg. MD26 SFG 21:10 LAD
Sun 24 Reg. MD26 SFG 16:10 LAD
Mon 25 Reg. MD27 San Diego Padres 22:10 LAD
Tue 26 Reg. MD27 San Diego Padres 22:10 LAD
Wed 27 Reg. MD27 San Diego Padres 22:10 LAD
Fri 29 Reg. MD27 LAD 20:10 Colorado Rockies
Sat 30 Reg. MD27 LAD 20:10 Colorado Rockies
October 2017 (1)
Sun 1 Reg. MD27 LAD 15:10 Colorado Rockies

Los Angeles Dodgers Regular Season Standings

Even though the Dodgers have won the last three NL West titles since 2013, there are still plenty of reasons why you should keep track of the NL West standings.  [+]

With the tool below you will always have a clear idea of where the Dodgers place in the division and it will give you almost and immediate snapshot of their season overview.

Indeed baseball is not won in April or May but rather after the dog days of summer are over. With this function you can pinpont the strengths and weaknesses of your matchups. 

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# team P W L p+ p- %
1 Chicago Cubs Chicago Cubs 162 103 58 808 556 0.640
2 Montreal Expos Montreal Expos 162 95 67 763 612 0.586
3 Texas Rangers Texas Rangers 162 95 67 765 757 0.586
4 Cleveland Indians Cleveland Indians 161 94 67 777 676 0.584
5 Boston Red Sox Boston Red Sox 162 93 69 878 694 0.574
6 Los Angeles Dodgers Los Angeles Dodgers 162 91 71 725 638 0.562
7 Toronto Blue Jays Toronto Blue Jays 163 90 73 764 668 0.552
8 Baltimore Orioles Baltimore Orioles 163 89 74 746 720 0.546
9 San Francisco Giants San Francisco Giants 163 88 75 718 631 0.540
10 New York Mets New York Mets 163 87 76 671 620 0.534
11 Detroit Tigers Detroit Tigers 161 86 75 750 721 0.534
12 St. Louis Cardinals St. Louis Cardinals 162 86 76 779 712 0.531
13 Seattle Mariners Seattle Mariners 162 86 76 768 707 0.531
14 Houston Astros Houston Astros 162 84 78 724 701 0.519
15 New York Yankees New York Yankees 162 84 78 680 702 0.519
16 Kansas City Royals Kansas City Royals 162 81 81 675 712 0.500
17 Miami Marlins Miami Marlins 161 79 82 655 682 0.491
18 Pittsburgh Pirates Pittsburgh Pirates 162 78 83 729 758 0.484
19 Chicago White Sox Chicago White Sox 162 78 84 686 715 0.481
20 Colorado Rockies Colorado Rockies 162 75 87 845 860 0.463
21 Los Angeles Angels Los Angeles Angels 162 74 88 717 727 0.457
22 Milwaukee Brewers Milwaukee Brewers 162 73 89 671 733 0.451
23 Philadelphia Phillies Philadelphia Phillies 162 71 91 610 796 0.438
24 Oakland Athletics Oakland Athletics 162 69 93 653 761 0.426
25 Arizona Diamondbacks Arizona Diamondbacks 162 69 93 752 890 0.426
26 Atlanta Braves Atlanta Braves 161 68 93 649 779 0.422
27 Tampa Bay Rays Tampa Bay Rays 162 68 94 672 713 0.420
28 San Diego Padres San Diego Padres 162 68 94 686 770 0.420
29 Cincinnati Reds Cincinnati Reds 162 68 94 716 854 0.420
30 Minnesota Twins Minnesota Twins 162 59 103 722 889 0.364

Online Tips For Los Angeles Dodgers Bettors

The headliner Kershaw returns and will be relied on more than ever with Greinke departing to divisional rival Arizona in the offseason.

The three-time Cy Young winner, Kershaw led the NL in strikeouts in 2015 and is usually the front runner to win another Cy Young in any year he is healthy. While the 28-year old is the main event for the Dodgers, it should be stressed that he cannot do it all by himself.

Greinke’s exit leaves a big hole in the starting rotation but Los Angeles did make an effort to replace him in former Houston Astro, Scott Kazmir. Kazmir is a three-time All-Star, most recently making the team in 2014. While he is not anywhere near the level of Greinke, he will be a solid replacement for the time being. The biggest X-Factor as far as the Dodgers pitching rotation goes is new addition Kenta Maeda.

Maeda, in his first MLB season, was the youngest pitcher in Japanese baseball history to achieve the pitching Triple Crown during his time with the Hiroshima Toyo Corp. During his final season in Japan, Maeda won the Eiji Sawamura Award (bestowed to the best starting pitcher in the Nippon Professional Baseball League) for the second time in his career. If he is more like fellow international transfer Yu Darvish than other Japanese pitchers that have flamed out in the majors, then the Dodgers will have made a very smart acquisition in Maeda. 

Los Angeles is certainly not a lock to win the NL West for another year, given divisional rival San Francisco’s track record of winning a World Series in a “even year,” but they still are the kings of the NL West mountain for now. 

While the top of this page focused on the state of pitching affairs for the Dodgers, let’s take a look at what the batting order has in store for Los Angeles in 2016. To recap, the Dodgers had one of the more exciting/perplexing hitting rotations in baseball. While sluggers Yasiel Puig and Joc Pederson garnered most of the headlines last season for either their colorful personality (Puig is the self-annointed master of the bat flip) or young age (Pederson was only 23 in 2015), it was actually first baseman Adrian Gonzalez who was L.A.’s most consistent hitting threat. Gonzalez was L.A.’s leader in home runs (28), RBIs (90) and was named to his first All-Star team since 2011. 

Outside of A-Gon, the Dodgers had some hitting hiccups in 2015. This starts with the two suspects above. While both Puig and Pederson have a lot of potential (Pederson was second on the team with 26 home runs in 2015 and Puig was the youngest Dodger to start in an All-Star game since 1982), they both struggled at times in 2015. The former was the head and shoulders leader on the team in strikeouts (170, 63 more than Gonzalez) and he posted a porous .210 batting average.

The latter only played 79 games in 2015 while degressing in each major hitting category. These two, along with Kershaw are the foundation of the Dodgers so they need to take a more consistent step in 2016 for L.A. to stay on top. 

While there were some different struggles in 2015, L.A. still finished eight (8) games ahead of the Giants and nearly toppled the Mets if it wasn’t for the All-Star hitting rotation that New York employed. Indeed with the bulk of their core returning, 2016 could be the year that L.A. reaches the World Series.

They have four out of their five 2015 All-Stars returning (Gonzalez, Kershaw, Pederson, catcher Yasmani Grandal) and a couple of other players that could play in the All-Star game if they are healthy. With the highest payroll in baseball, Los Angeles will not be short on talent, but it remains to be seen if they can finally get the right formula for a World Series winner. 

Finally, before you make your final bet, please peruse the table below to find the best betting fit and match for your final wager. 

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