Oct 8, 2021; San Francisco, CA; Los Angeles Dodgers RF Mookie Betts (50) is out as San Francisco Giants SS Brandon Crawford (35) turns a double play. / © D. Ross Cameron-USA TODAY Sports
Oct 8, 2021; San Francisco, CA; Los Angeles Dodgers RF Mookie Betts (50) is out as San Francisco Giants SS Brandon Crawford (35) turns a double play. / © D. Ross Cameron-USA TODAY Sports

WynnBET releases 2022 MLB win totals with +101 odds

January rarely brings any notable baseball news. For most places around the country, it's a either too rainy or too cold to hit the diamond, but that doesn't mean you can't come into the 2022 MLB season with favorable action already placed ...

With yesterday's announcement of regular season win totals for all 30 MLB teams, WynnBET is the first to the party! To make these early markets even juicier, we are offering (+101) odds on either side! Think the Yankees will win more than 93 games, or less? It doesn't matter what side you choose, you're getting (+101) odds either way!

Of course, we need to address the elephant in the room–MLB is currently in the midst of an owner's lockout. As of right now, all 30 team facilities are shut down. In the unlikely event that this lockout continues long enough to significantly impact the 2022 regular season, WynnBET will return all wagers (team must play at least 160 games to have action).

"We will offer these markets until they announce the length of the season. In that case, we'll either refund all bets (if they shorten the season), or move back to more standard juice if they decide to keep the 162 game schedule. "

- WynnBET Sr. Lead Trader Matt Lindeman

Hey, timing is everything, after all. Basically, head to WynnBET right now and lock in your picks; +101 both ways won't last forever!

Off the top, here are some 2022 regular season win totals that jump out at me (again, team must play min. 160 games to complete action):

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim - O/U 84 wins | 2021 record: 77-85

Oakland Athletics - O/U 80.5 wins | 2021 record: 86-76

Atlanta Braves - O/U 88 wins | 2021 record: 88-73

Milwaukee Brewers - O/U 88.5 wins | 2021 record: 95-67

Arizona Diamondbacks - O/U 63.5 wins | 2021 record: 52-110

San Francisco Giants - O/U 85.5 wins | 2021 record: 107-55

Cleveland Guardians - O/U 76.5 wins | 2021 record: 80-82

New York Mets - O/U 88.5 wins | 2021 record: 77-85

San Diego Padres - O/U 91.5 wins | 2021 record: 79-83

Texas Rangers - O/U 71.5 wins | 2021 record: 60-102