The Diamondbacks are up against challenging odds in the Arizona sports betting World Series for 2022.

Diamondbacks Face Long Arizona Sports Betting World Series Odds in 2022
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The Arizona Diamondbacks’ first full season after sports betting was introduced in Arizona is characterized by unfavorable championship odds and dismal win projections.

One year following a devastating 110-loss season, the second-worst in D-backs history, the outlook for the upcoming year remains grim. According to Arizona betting apps, the team is expected to narrowly escape another 100-loss season.

The D-backs’ chances of making it to the MLB playoffs for the first time in five years are uncertain, but what is certain is that Arizona will kick off their season against the San Diego Padres at 6:40 PM on April 7th.

Here is a breakdown of the Arizona Diamondbacks’ position in online MLB betting leading up to the beginning of the regular season.

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BetMGM Arizona

The odds of Arizona winning the World Series or National League championship at BetMGM Arizona are very slim, given their low ranking in the MLB standings, often placing them at or near the bottom.

The Diamondbacks have odds of +25000 to win the World Series, ranking them 28th out of 30 MLB teams. They also have +12000 odds to win the National League and +10000 odds to clinch their first NL West crown in 11 years.

The D-backs are likely to finish at the bottom of the NL and NL West standings, indicating a possibly disappointing 2022 season ahead for manager Torey Lovullo and the team.

Caesars Sportsbook Arizona

Caesars Sportsbook has reported that the franchise has slim chances of making it to the playoffs or winning a championship. Arizona shares the longest World Series odds with the Baltimore Orioles at +25000.

The Arizona Diamondbacks have slim chances to win the National League and National League West, as they are currently listed at +12500 to win the former (tied with Pittsburgh for last place) and +10000 to win the latter.

Caesars Sportsbook Arizona has set the over/under win total for the 2022 D-backs at 66.5, marking the sixth-lowest in franchise history.

DraftKings Sportsbook Arizona

The oddsmakers at DraftKings Sportsbook Arizona are equally negative in their predictions.

Arizona is currently ranked 29th on DraftKings’ World Series odds board with +20000 odds, and is second-to-last in NL odds with +12000 odds.

The D-backs and Colorado are currently tied for the last spot in the NL West with odds of +10000.

DraftKings is forecasting that the Arizona Diamondbacks will win a minimum of 66.5 games this season and has placed their odds of making the playoffs at +1300.



Peterson Christopher

Peterson Christopher has accumulated over seven years of experience covering sports and sports betting in Arizona, having worked with, the Tucson Weekly, and the Green Valley News. He currently serves as the lead writer at

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