2024 MLB O/U

LWOSports 2024 MLB O/U Picks and Tracker

With Spring Training underway, the 2024 MLB O/U win totals have been released. Here at LWOSports, we have you covered with the best betting advice regarding the 2024 MLB O/U totals. We will update this page as each and every new piece is published!

Check back at the end of the season to tell us how great (or how poorly) we did!

2024 MLB O/U Tracker

NL East

New York Mets (Over 81.5)

The 2023 New York Mets had a season that many people felt was one of their worst ever. With a 75-87 record and a fourth-place N.L. East position, it was almost impossible to not imagine some changes being made for the team and organization. And that’s exactly what happened.

As we fast-forward to 2024, the new president of baseball operations David Stearns, and new manager Carlos Mendoza are aiming to prove to the world that they’re contenders this year. According to FanDuel, the projected Mets win total is 81.5. However, here are some reasons why they will get to OVER that amount…READ MORE

New York Mets (Under 81.5)

The Mets present a dangerous complex team for the 2024 season. On the one hand, they possess a roster brimming with talent. On the other hand, they are confronted with a multitude of uncertainties and challenges, as well as an unreasonable payroll that could hinder their progress.

The Mets, having ended the 2023 season with a disappointing 75-87 record, have been looking to bounce back with a strong showing in 2024. They had one of the most challenging seasons in recent memory, primarily due to a midseason stretch of 9-17 that all but destroyed their playoff hopes. However, the team did have its moments of brilliance and individual standouts who kept the Mets’ spirit alive…READ MORE

Atlanta Braves (Over 101.5)

As the sun rises in North Port, FL, another exciting day of the Atlanta Braves Spring Training is setting up. The Braves prepare for an exciting baseball season and a possible Work Series run. They have emerged as an odds-on favorite as they chase their fifth title in their 148th year of Major League Baseball. The stellar performance in 2023 has led to a wave of speculation about their potential to top the OVER in 2024, with FanDuel Sportsbooks predicting an honest 101.5 wins…READ MORE

Washington National (Under 66.5)

The Washington Nationals are considered to have overachieved in 2023 with a 71-91 record. This year, however, it’s possible that they could underachieve. According to FanDuel, the projected win total for the Nationals is at 66.5. Let’s talk about why exactly this team has a chance to hit the UNDER…READ MORE

NL Central

Milwaukee Brewers (Over 77.5)

After returning to the playoffs last year, the Milwaukee Brewers are once again giving their fans reason for optimism ahead of the 2024 season. As one of the better teams in the National League Central division, the Brewers are well-positioned to make the playoffs this year. Relying on a combination of promising rookie talent and the strength of their well-managed farm system to develop those players, the Brewers could prove to be a dominant force in the NL Central…READ MORE

NL West

San Francisco Giants (Under 82.5)

Following a disappointing 2023 season, the San Francisco Giants enter the 2024 Major League Baseball (MLB) campaign with multiple new coaches and players. Yet, the team does not seem much better, questioning their ability to produce better results than last year’s 79-83 record…READ MORE

AL East

New York Yankees (Over 93.5)

The New York Yankees, one of the most storied franchises in Major League Baseball history, has always been a team synonymous with success. However, after a disappointing 2023 season, the Yankees find themselves at a crossroads heading into 2024. With a projected win total of 93.5, many wonder if the Yankees have. Let’s delve into why we believe the Yankees are in a prime position to OVER their projected win total in 2024…READ MORE

Boston Red Sox (Under 79.5)

One of the best times to be a sports fan is before the season starts, especially if your team is not set up for success. You can live in a fantasy land where the studs carry the team, and the gambles hit big. Making up scenarios where the MVP on opposing teams gets injured at the worst time, freeing up their chance to steal a Wild Card spot, because everyone knows: Once the dance starts, anything can happen.

As a Boston Red Sox fan, I have been living in this beautiful world as I watched every big name go to big market teams while the Red Sox pretended they were playing in a small market, as Opening Day inches that much closer every day, the realistic part of my brain has taken over and brought me back down to earth…READ MORE

Tampa Bay Rays (Over 84.5)

Following a 99-63 season that saw them earn second place in the AL East division and make the playoffs for the fifth consecutive year before being swept in the Wild Card Series by the eventual World Series champion Texas Rangers, the Tampa Bay Rays enter the 2024 season with their O/U set at 84.5 wins, according to FanDuel.

Given their high win total last season and the lack of changes to the roster heading into the new season, it seems like the O/U set is pretty low, and the Rays should have no problem hitting the over.

Here are some reasons why the Rays will surpass 84.5 wins in the upcoming 2024 season…READ MORE

Baltimore Orioles (Over 89.5)

In 2023, the new-look Baltimore Orioles made attending baseball games at Camden Yards fun again. They asserted themselves as a force to be reckoned with in the present and the future, winning 101 games and the American League East (AL) division title before falling short against the eventual world champion Texas Rangers in the playoffs. Now that these players know how to win, the Orioles will leave the nest and win more than the 89/90 wins that oddsmakers set in their preseason win expectations…READ MORE

Toronto Blue Jays (Over 87.5)

Let’s face it, the 2023 season was somewhat of a disappointment for the Toronto Blue Jays despite sneaking into the sixth seed in the postseason. It seemed like the 92-win, fourth-seeded 2022 Blue Jays were only going to improve things went sideways fast in 2023. From the stunning collapse of Cy Young finalist Alek Manoah to the elite offense being very average many things didn’t go the way of the bluebird last year.

That being said, the Jays still won 89 games and made the postseason so while they were a little bit worse than 2022, they were still a very good team that relied on elite pitching and defense rather than a potent lineup to get the job done. Looking ahead to 2024, the current O/U for the Jays is 87.5 wins, according to FanDuel. With all the bad luck and things that went sideways last season it’s difficult to envision the Jays continuing to decline with the talent they have, here are three reasons why the Jays will hit the over in 2024…READ MORE

AL Central

Kansas City Royals (Over 73.5)

The 2023 season for the Kansas City Royals was one in the same as it has been in the past few seasons. The Royals finished 56-106 and last place in the American League Central division for the second straight season. Overall, Kansas City finished with the second-worst record in the entire MLB besides the Oakland Athletics. Despite, the bad record, the Royals did much better during the second half of the season, where newly resigned shortstop Bobby Witt Jr broke out, leading to a 30-41 second half.

Now fast forward to this offseason. Kansas City spent money. A decent amount actually. Spending money in the AL Central can lead to good things when it comes to competing for the division title but the Royals have been at the bottom of the division for the past few seasons. Despite that, things are looking up. Kansas City’s O/U win total according to FanDuel has been set at 73.5 and they have the potential to hit the over. Here’s how the Royals can hit the over for wins in 2024…READ MORE

Detroit Tigers (Over 63.5)

After failing to make the playoffs for the ninth consecutive season and finishing with a 78-84 record last year, pre-season projections have the Detroit Tigers ending up in third place in the American League Central division. While the Minnesota Twins may be favored to win the division, don’t count the Tigers out just yet.

There is an old saying that “nothing changes if nothing changes” and after losing future Hall of Famer, Miguel Cabrera, to retirement along with the injury-prone management headache, otherwise known as Spencer Turnbull, the Tigers needed a big change…READ MORE

AL West

Oakland A’s (Over 57.5)

Coming off a historically dreadful (50-112) 2023 season, the only way the Oakland Athletics can go on the field is up. Ahead of the new Major League Baseball (MLB) season’s start, Vegas oddsmakers are predicting the team to win around 56 games, the lowest preseason win estimate since at least 1990, and the fifth team in the past 35 years to have a preseason over/under below 60.

While the A’s may not come close to postseason contention, the continued maturation and development of their numerous young pitchers and hitters, along with some low-key offseason additions, should lead to more wins than last year’s shambolic performance…READ MORE

Los Angeles Angels (Over 72.5)

The 2023 Los Angeles Angels were a letdown of epic proportions. They finished with a 73-89 record and were fourth in the AL West, the fifth time they ended in fourth place in the last six years. At the trade deadline, when it seemed likely that they would miss the playoffs again, they elected not to trade two-way superstar Shohei Ohtani. He left during the offseason and signed with the rival Dodgers, breaking the hearts of Angels fans everywhere.

To make matters worse, Mike TroutAnthony Rendon, and Taylor Ward, the team’s best three hitters not named Ohtani, only played in 222 games combined. The pitching staff was also disappointing, finishing with a 4.64 ERA, the 12th-worst ERA in the American League. Most people don’t see the Angels getting any better this season, especially without Ohtani and with an aging Mike Trout. FanDuel has set the Angels’ season win total at 72.5 wins, but here is why the Angels will win OVER 72.5 wins in 2024…READ MORE

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