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With the calendar having flipped to March, that means we are just one month away from Opening Day.
William Hill has several MLB futures markets available to get you ready before first pitch, including 2021 World Series winner, regular season team win totals, home run leader and hits leader. Today, let’s look at the latest odds for which player will finish with the most RBIs this campaign.
Mike Trout is not only a co-favorite at William Hill Nevada to lead MLB in home runs, but he shares the top spot on the board for RBIs as well. After opening as the sole 10/1 favorite, the Angels superstar is now joined by Juan Soto at that price. Trout is listed at 12/1 along with Aaron Judge to be the MLB home run leader as well.
Soto was originally listed at 12/1, which was tied for the second-lowest odds with Cody Bellinger and Nolan Arenado. One Nevada bettor put $1,000 on Soto at 12/1 for a total potential payout of $13,000 before he was moved down to his current number of 10/1.
Giancarlo Stanton has the fifth-lowest odds at 15/1, with teammate Aaron Judge and 2020 NL RBI leader Marcell Ozuna next at 18/1 apiece. Ozuna’s 56 RBIs last season only trailed White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu’s 60 among all of baseball.
Sluggers Bryce Harper (20/1), Manny Machado (22/1) and Pete Alonso (22/1) make up the next group. Alonso was first displayed at 30/1 at William Hill before his drop down to 22/1.
Then, six different players are currently priced at 30/1: Abreu, Freddie Freeman, Fernando Tatis Jr., Eloy Jimenez, Ronald Acuna Jr. and Christian Yelich. Abreu and Freeman have both finished in the top-3 in RBIs in each of the past two seasons.
The 2018 (J.D. Martinez) and 2019 (Anthony Rendon) MLB RBI leaders are both at 40/1, as they’re also joined by Javier Baez, Xander Bogaerts, Alex Bregman, Yordan Alvarez, Eugenio Suarez and Rafael Devers.
Other notable names further down the list include Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (50/1), Jose Ramirez (50/1), Mookie Betts (75/1), Francisco Lindor (80/1) and Carlos Correa (80/1). Another long shot has drawn some noteworthy early action in terms of tickets: Paul Goldschmidt. Goldschmidt opened at 100/1 and has since dropped to 75/1.
Check out William Hill’s latest odds for the 2021 MLB regular season RBI leader below.