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The Cardinals have been a favourite MLB bet by many this century as they took over the mantel from Atlanta as to what a model franchise in the National League should be. From 2000 to 2015, the Cardinals won 10 NL Central division crowns, made 12 MLB playoff appearances, four MLB World Series‘, and took home the ultimate prize twice. They have been a force to be reckoned with during that time and have had very successful seasons…
On the field and for those bettors backing them consistently. With all that success, it’s not surprising that St Louis Cardinals odds are ones that oddsmakers take extra care in putting out, knowing the Cards will receive plenty of support regardless of the moneyline number.
St Louis Cardinals’ Standings
Ten Division championships in 16 years mean that bettors will typically find the St Louis Cardinals standings positioning at the top. See if that’s the case again this year by checking below.
Bet On St Louis Cardinals’ Games
From a betting perspective, the Cardinals have been so consistent in recent years that you’d be a fool not to have them on your card at least a handful of times each year. In 2013, St Louis finished with the 5th best record against the moneyline, finishing the year +11.06 units as they parlayed that good fortune into a run to the World Series.
In 2014, the results slipped a bit as the Cardinals finished 10th vs the moneyline at +2.07 units for the year, but had you only looked to back them in every home game, you would have been +9.3 units on the season. Finally, in 2015, the Cardinals had the 2nd best record against the moneyline, and that was good for +22.47 units overall.
As those numbers show, only blindly betting the Cardinals to win every regular-season game over the course of those three years turned a profit. It’s numbers and consistency like that where seasoned MLB bettors take notice and have grown their bankrolls because of it.
However, looking ahead to the 2016 season and beyond, one can’t help but wonder if this Cardinals reign of dominance is nearing its end. With the Pirates, and now Cubs improving each year dramatically and looking to make their own World Series runs, the Cardinals have to overcome much stiffer competition regularly. Blindly betting St Louis every time out there isn’t likely to stay profitable.