Betting On American League West Online

Which of Major League Baseball’s six divisions has won the fewest World Series since the 1994 realignment that created the current six-division format? That would be the American League West, which owns a solitary World Series crown in that span, earning by the Anaheim Angels in 2002. The American League West has also undergone a format change since realiignment, as the Houston Astros moved from the National League Central to the American League West in 2012 to give all six of MLB’s divisions five teams. [+]

If you don’t take into account Houston’s 2005 World Series appearance as a National League team, the American League West didn’t have another World Series representative until 2010, when the Texas Rangers made the first of consecutive losing appearances in the Fall Classic.

American League West Sports Betting Odds

Despite their lack of recent World Series wins, American League West Division teams know how to get to the playoffs. Four of the five teams in the division reached the post season between 2014-15, with only the Seattle Mariners, a non-playoff team since 2001, left out in the cold. [+]

The Mariners are the only American League West team that’s never played in a World Series. The Texas Rangers, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and Houston Astros have all done it since 2002, while the Oakland Athletics, though absent from the Fall Classic since 1990, have appeared in 13 World Series and won nine, both highs among the American League West teams.

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Monday 31 July
FT Atlanta Braves 6 - 7 Phillies -103 -105
FT Kansas City Royals 1 - 2 Baltimore Orioles -104 -105
FT Detroit Tigers 3 - 7 New York Yankees +205 -217
FT Cleveland Indians 2 - 6 Boston Red Sox -123 +115
FT Montreal Expos 1 - 0 Miami Marlins -125 +118
FT Seattle Mariners 6 - 4 Texas Rangers -103 -106
FT Toronto Blue Jays 6 - 7 Chicago White Sox -182 +174
FT Tampa Bay Rays 7 - 14 Houston Astros +134 -143
FT Giants 5 - 8 Oakland Athletics +133 -141
Tuesday 01 August
FT Kansas City Royals 2 - 7 Baltimore Orioles +117 -118
FT Detroit Tigers 4 - 3 New York Yankees +157 -167
FT Cincinnati Reds 9 - 1 Pittsburgh Pirates +155 -161
FT Cleveland Indians 10 - 12 Boston Red Sox +151 -156
FT Montreal Expos 6 - 7 Miami Marlins -204 +190
FT Los Angeles Dodgers 3 - 2 Atlanta Braves -167 +165
FT St. Louis Cardinals 2 - 3 Milwaukee Brewers +105 -106
FT Seattle Mariners 8 - 7 Texas Rangers -104 -105
FT Diamondbacks 4 - 16 Chicago Cubs +172 -169
FT Tampa Bay Rays 6 - 4 Houston Astros -105 +104
FT Toronto Blue Jays 8 - 4 Chicago White Sox -208 +196
FT New York Mets 4 - 5 Colorado Rockies +119 -112
FT Giants 10 - 4 Oakland Athletics +116 -118
FT Phillies 1 - 7 Los Angeles Angels +121 -115
FT Minnesota Twins 0 - 3 San Diego Padres -101 -106
Wednesday 02 August
FT Detroit Tigers 2 - 0 New York Yankees +235 -256
FT Toronto Blue Jays 5 - 1 Chicago White Sox -200 +190
FT Minnesota Twins 5 - 2 San Diego Padres +112 -120
FT Cincinnati Reds 5 - 2 Pittsburgh Pirates +158 -161
FT Kansas City Royals 0 - 6 Baltimore Orioles +131 -141
Ppd Cleveland Indians 19:10 Boston Red Sox +109 -116
FT Montreal Expos 0 - 7 Miami Marlins -103 -105
FT Los Angeles Dodgers 3 - 5 Atlanta Braves -161 +157
FT Seattle Mariners 1 - 5 Texas Rangers +103 -111
FT Diamondbacks 3 - 0 Chicago Cubs +140 -143
FT Tampa Bay Rays 3 - 0 Houston Astros +188 -200
FT St. Louis Cardinals 5 - 4 Milwaukee Brewers +100 -108
FT New York Mets 10 - 5 Colorado Rockies +126 -130
FT Phillies 0 - 7 Los Angeles Angels +190 -200
FT Oakland Athletics 6 - 1 Giants +142 -147
Thursday 03 August
FT St. Louis Cardinals 1 - 2 Milwaukee Brewers -127 +118
FT Diamondbacks 10 - 8 Chicago Cubs +135 -127
FT New York Mets 4 - 5 Colorado Rockies +163 -169
FT Detroit Tigers 7 - 5 Baltimore Orioles +124 -127
FT Cincinnati Reds 0 - 6 Pittsburgh Pirates +135 -143
FT New York Yankees 1 - 5 Cleveland Indians +174 -152
FT Chicago White Sox 5 - 9 Boston Red Sox +255 -250
FT Los Angeles Dodgers 7 - 4 Atlanta Braves -227 +207
FT Tampa Bay Rays 5 - 3 Houston Astros +118 -128
FT Texas Rangers 4 - 1 Minnesota Twins +118 -122
FT Seattle Mariners 4 - 6 Kansas City Royals +123 -132
FT Phillies 4 - 5 Los Angeles Angels +155 -164
FT Oakland Athletics 2 - 11 Giants +120 -128
Friday 04 August
FT Montreal Expos 4 - 2 Chicago Cubs +155 -147
FT St. Louis Cardinals 2 - 3 Cincinnati Reds +108 -118
FT Detroit Tigers 5 - 2 Baltimore Orioles +148 -154
FT San Diego Padres 6 - 10 Pittsburgh Pirates +170 -179
FT Milwaukee Brewers 2 - 0 Tampa Bay Rays +143 -145
FT New York Yankees 2 - 7 Cleveland Indians +110 -119
FT Los Angeles Dodgers 6 - 0 New York Mets -120 +113
AEI Chicago White Sox 2 - 3 Boston Red Sox +190 -204
FT Miami Marlins 3 - 5 Atlanta Braves +118 -125
FT Texas Rangers 4 - 8 Minnesota Twins -105 -105
FT Toronto Blue Jays 7 - 16 Houston Astros +151 -154
FT Seattle Mariners 5 - 2 Kansas City Royals -154 +143
FT Phillies 3 - 4 Colorado Rockies +140 -149
FT Oakland Athletics 6 - 8 Los Angeles Angels +117 -127
FT Diamondbacks 2 - 1 Giants +171 -141
Saturday 05 August
FT Montreal Expos 4 - 7 Chicago Cubs +152 -154
FT Los Angeles Dodgers 7 - 4 New York Mets -182 +176
FT Milwaukee Brewers 3 - 0 Tampa Bay Rays +127 -132
FT San Diego Padres 5 - 2 Pittsburgh Pirates +159 -164
FT Detroit Tigers 2 - 5 Baltimore Orioles +150 -152
FT Texas Rangers 4 - 1 Minnesota Twins -130 +123
FT New York Yankees 2 - 1 Cleveland Indians +139 -127
FT Miami Marlins 2 - 7 Atlanta Braves +108 -118
AEI Toronto Blue Jays 4 - 3 Houston Astros +164 -175
FT Chicago White Sox 1 - 4 Boston Red Sox +255 -286
FT St. Louis Cardinals 4 - 1 Cincinnati Reds +115 -120
Ppd Seattle Mariners 19:15 Kansas City Royals +100 -111
FT Phillies 5 - 8 Colorado Rockies +181 -189
AEI Diamondbacks 4 - 5 Giants -145 +141
FT Oakland Athletics 5 - 0 Los Angeles Angels +152 -161
Sunday 06 August
Milwaukee Brewers 13:10 Tampa Bay Rays +129 -133
New York Yankees 13:10 Cleveland Indians +115 -112
St. Louis Cardinals 13:10 Cincinnati Reds -122 +117
Miami Marlins 13:35 Atlanta Braves +113 -114
Detroit Tigers 13:35 Baltimore Orioles +123 -128
Chicago White Sox 13:35 Boston Red Sox +197 -208
San Diego Padres 13:35 Pittsburgh Pirates +168 -175
Texas Rangers 14:10 Minnesota Twins +135 -141
Toronto Blue Jays 14:10 Houston Astros +108 -111
Seattle Mariners 14:15 Kansas City Royals +109 -115
Montreal Expos 14:20 Chicago Cubs +183 -189
Phillies 15:10 Colorado Rockies +102 -106
Oakland Athletics 15:37 Los Angeles Angels +123 -128
Diamondbacks 16:05 Giants +115 -120
Seattle Mariners 17:15 Kansas City Royals
Los Angeles Dodgers 20:00 New York Mets -161 +159

What Are The Current American League West Standings

The American League West standings are here and they are generally a fascinating read. Take the 2015 season for instance. Just three games separated the first-place Texas Rangers from the third-placed Angels. [+]

The Angels were just a game back of the second-place Houston Astros but what a big game that was. It separated the Angels from post-season play because that one-game difference was enough to earn the Astros a wildcard playoff position.

There are some great rivalries in the American League West. The California clash between the Angels and Oakland Athletics has been an ongoing feud for decades, while the move of the Astros from the National League to the American League West has allowed them to develop a Texas two-step with the Rangers.

 

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# team P W L p+ p- %
AL - East
1 Boston Red Sox Boston Red Sox 111 62 49 527 453 0.559
2 New York Yankees New York Yankees 109 58 51 565 457 0.532
3 Tampa Bay Rays Tampa Bay Rays 112 57 55 505 502 0.509
4 Baltimore Orioles Baltimore Orioles 110 54 56 510 572 0.491
5 Toronto Blue Jays Toronto Blue Jays 110 52 58 468 554 0.473
AL - Central
1 Cleveland Indians Cleveland Indians 108 59 49 529 426 0.546
2 Kansas City Royals Kansas City Royals 108 56 52 465 478 0.519
3 Minnesota Twins Minnesota Twins 108 52 56 484 558 0.481
4 Detroit Tigers Detroit Tigers 109 51 58 526 549 0.468
5 Chicago White Sox Chicago White Sox 108 41 67 462 545 0.380
AL - West
1 Houston Astros Houston Astros 110 70 40 649 480 0.636
2 Seattle Mariners Seattle Mariners 111 56 55 524 523 0.505
3 Los Angeles Angels Los Angeles Angels 111 55 56 469 482 0.495
4 Texas Rangers Texas Rangers 110 53 57 540 538 0.482
5 Oakland Athletics Oakland Athletics 111 49 62 478 569 0.441
NL - East
1 Miami Marlins Miami Marlins 108 51 57 510 529 0.472
2 Atlanta Braves Atlanta Braves 109 51 58 503 556 0.468
3 New York Mets New York Mets 108 49 59 512 568 0.454
4 Philadelphia Phillies Philadelphia Phillies 108 39 69 434 524 0.361
NL - Central
1 Chicago Cubs Chicago Cubs 109 58 51 517 473 0.532
2 Milwaukee Brewers Milwaukee Brewers 112 59 53 521 492 0.527
3 St. Louis Cardinals St. Louis Cardinals 110 54 56 483 458 0.491
4 Pittsburgh Pirates Pittsburgh Pirates 110 53 57 467 495 0.482
5 Cincinnati Reds Cincinnati Reds 110 45 65 496 591 0.409
NL - West
1 Los Angeles Dodgers Los Angeles Dodgers 110 78 32 561 365 0.709
2 Colorado Rockies Colorado Rockies 111 64 47 591 540 0.577
3 Arizona Diamondbacks Arizona Diamondbacks 110 63 47 551 434 0.573
4 San Diego Padres San Diego Padres 109 49 60 416 550 0.450
5 San Francisco Giants San Francisco Giants 112 43 69 447 556 0.384

Where Can I Bet On American League West Online

Here’s all the information you’ll need to know about where you can bet on American League West baseball online. With so many late-night games in the Pacific time zone, if you’re a night owl who’s looking for action, then this is the division for you.

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AL West History

There’s not a lot in the way of history or tradition inside the American League West Division. The Seattle Mariners havve never played in the World Series. The Texas Rangers have never won the World Series, nor have the Houston Astros, who are best remembered for those garish rainbow uniforms in the 1980s. The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim have changed the name of their franchise more often than John Cougar Mellencamp.

Were it not for the Oakland Athletics, there wouldn’t be much in the way legendary baseball to discuss here. And even at that, it’s mostly ancient history. Oakland assembled a powerful ballclub in the late 1980s but could only win one World Series. It was the first noise made by the team since they captured a trio of World Series from 1972-74. 

If you go way back into the annals of baseball lore, when they were the Philadelphia Athletics, the A’s were a true American League powerhouse. They played in the second World Series in 1905 and by 1930, had appeared in seven World Series, winning five of them, all under the tutelage of iconic manager Connie Mack.