Futures Of The Day

BetQL experts unveil their top multi-sport futures picks of the day!

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Dan Karpuc: Oakland Athletics CL Mason Miller To Win AL Rookie Of The Year (+1000, BetMGM)

Not only is Miller the only American League rookie to make the All-Star team, but he’s been utterly dominant. With a 1-1 record and 2.39 ERA, he has a 1.50 xERA and 1.82 FIP, which suggests he’s been a bit unlucky. To showcase just how dominant he’s been, though, he has an insane 46.5% strikeout rate, which leads the entire Majors among qualified relievers or starters. (In 37.2 innings over 31 appearances, he has posted 66 strikeouts!) While Wyatt Langford (+155), Luis Gil (+200) and Colton Cowser (+550) have shorter odds in this market, it’s hard to imagine that Miller will maintain these long odds if he continues to miss bats and baffle hitters at astronomical rates. I absolutely love this price and want to take advantage ASAP before it moves.

Lucy Burdge: Braves SP Chris Sale To Win NL Cy Young Award (+225, BetMGM)
I took this before the season even with the risk of Sale becoming injured and it’s working out great thus far, as Sale is not only pitching tremendously, but he is also heading to the All-Star Game. His ERA right now is 2.71 and in his last five starts he had 9, 11, 8, 7, and 10 strikeouts and then in his first four starts of the season he had 10, 9, 9 and 8 strikeouts with one 4-strikeout outing in between. So this is my favorite futures bet for this MLB season by far.  

Kate Constable: AL MVP Winner: Field vs. Aaron Judge (+230, DraftKings) 

Aaron Judge is the clear front runner for AL MVP at -300 on DraftKings. Gunnar Henderson isn’t far behind him at +260, but there’s a significant jump after that with Juan Soto having the third shortest odds at +1700. If Judge stays healthy and continues to hit bombs at his current rate, he’ll run away with this award. The only thing that would derail his MVP season is missing significant time with an injury. I’m not wishing injury on Judge, but he is an injury-prone player, so I think it’s worth putting a quarter unit on the rest of the field at +230.

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Dan Karpuc: Oakland Athletics CL Mason Miller To Win AL Rookie Of The Year (+1000, BetMGM)

Not only is Miller the only American League rookie to make the All-Star team, but he’s been utterly dominant. With a 1-1 record and 2.39 ERA, he has a 1.50 xERA and 1.82 FIP, which suggests he’s been a bit unlucky. To showcase just how dominant he’s been, though, he has an insane 46.5% strikeout rate, which leads the entire Majors among qualified relievers or starters. (In 37.2 innings over 31 appearances, he has posted 66 strikeouts!) While Wyatt Langford (+155), Luis Gil (+200) and Colton Cowser (+550) have shorter odds in this market, it’s hard to imagine that Miller will maintain these long odds if he continues to miss bats and baffle hitters at astronomical rates. I absolutely love this price and want to take advantage ASAP before it moves.

Lucy Burdge: Braves SP Chris Sale To Win NL Cy Young Award (+225, BetMGM)
I took this before the season even with the risk of Sale becoming injured and it’s working out great thus far, as Sale is not only pitching tremendously, but he is also heading to the All-Star Game. His ERA right now is 2.71 and in his last five starts he had 9, 11, 8, 7, and 10 strikeouts and then in his first four starts of the season he had 10, 9, 9 and 8 strikeouts with one 4-strikeout outing in between. So this is my favorite futures bet for this MLB season by far.  

Kate Constable: AL MVP Winner: Field vs. Aaron Judge (+230, DraftKings) 

Aaron Judge is the clear front runner for AL MVP at -300 on DraftKings. Gunnar Henderson isn’t far behind him at +260, but there’s a significant jump after that with Juan Soto having the third shortest odds at +1700. If Judge stays healthy and continues to hit bombs at his current rate, he’ll run away with this award. The only thing that would derail his MVP season is missing significant time with an injury. I’m not wishing injury on Judge, but he is an injury-prone player, so I think it’s worth putting a quarter unit on the rest of the field at +230.

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