The New York Yankees are one of the most popular sports franchises in the world and they attract plenty of attention and wagers from sportsbooks and bettors alike. With a MLB-high 27 World Series championships to their credit, the Yankees, otherwise known as the Bronx Bombers, will continue to get plenty of backers coming there way each year no matter how good or bad the team actually is. In fact, bookies often openly root against the Yankees.
Because of the liability they've got each year on the Yankees winning games, the division, the AL, and even the World Series. With the flood of action New York Yankees odds receive each year, it shouldn't be too surprising that bettors are often playing a premium to back this team. Historically, they are proven winners, but betting is all about the here and now.
New York Yankees Next Game
To see what kind of moneyline odds are out there for the New York Yankees next game, check the chart below. It's got the prices listed for both teams involved in the game and will be updated with the final score afterwards.
Bettors who prefer to keep track of good situational betting spots for Yankees games can follow along below with the full New York Yankees baseball schedule.
New York Yankees Scores And Standings
All of those playoff appearances and World Series championships typically means the New York Yankees standings position is that of quality. Check below to see if that's the case again this season.
Bet On New York Yankees Games
It could take hours to list off all the Hall of Famers that have come through the Yankees organization over the years, but it goes to show you just how much of an emphasis this organization puts on winning. They are one of the “richest” teams in baseball these days and rather than going through rebuilding phases after a few down seasons, they simply “reload.”
The Yankees are always major players in the big name free agents each off-season and bettors have got to keep track of those signings and try to accurately project how those names will impact the Yankees in the future.
New York prefers to build their team with left-handed power as the short porch in right field they've got gives up plenty of easy homers every year. That is a huge advantage for a team that plays half their games there and it's why New York prefers to buy established major league talent rather than developing it.
However, recently the Yankees roster has been getting well up there in age and questions of actually rebuilding are beginning to surface. Despite being a Wildcard team with a 87-75 SU record in 2015, those famously inflated Yankees betting lines actually saw bettors lose 3.39 units on the year if they were to bet New York each and every game. That stat alone tells you that you've got to be extremely careful when backing the Yankees because you'll very rarely, if ever, find much value on their betting odds.