2021 Blue Jays Prop Bets: Toronto Futures Odds & Picks For Bo Bichette, Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
For the 2021 MLB preseason, The Game Day has compiled 2021 Blue Jays Prop Bets, including Toronto Futures Odds & Picks. I’ll list a few 2021 Blue Jays Player Prop bets and 2021 Blue Jays Team Prop wagers that MLB bettors can target.
Toronto Blue Jays Futures Bets: 2021 Team & Player Props
Player Props & Futures
2021 AL MVP
- Bo Bichette (BetMGM +4100)
Bo Bichette To Win 2021 AL MVP
Bet $20, Payout $840
If the Jays make the playoffs, it’s likely that Bo Bichette will have had a big year. He’s the best value on the team, as his odds are higher than George Springer (+2600) and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (+3100). In 340 career plate appearances, Bichette has hit over .300 with 16 home runs and eight stolen bases, outproducing Guerrero and becoming the face of this franchise. We also have to consider that Vlad Jr. will likely see some time at designated hitter, while Bichette will play shortstop every day, making him a better MVP candidate. Take a shot on Bo for this terrific value play.
2021 Most Regular Season Homeruns
- Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (Unibet: +5100)
Vlad Jr. has had a disappointing start to his career, but he’s entering his age-22 season and has shown glimpses of superstar potential. When Vlad barrels the baseball, he hits in as hard as anyone in the league, evidenced by his 118.9 MPH max exit velocity (1st) in 2019. Last season, he hit 14 barrels that were 110+ MPH, showing off his power potential. This is a player who came up as the consensus top-hitting prospect in baseball. He’s currently in the best shape of his life and looks primed for a breakout season. If Vlad can start putting the ball in the air more, 40+ home runs are well within reach.
Toronto Blue Jays Futures Bets: 2021 Team Props
AL East Winner (BetMGM +450)
World Series Winner (BetMGM +2600)
The Blue Jays project to be one of the most improved teams in baseball with the addition of Springer and development from their young hitters.
The lineup is stacked and should be one of the most prolific offenses in MLB. The bullpen has also gotten better with Kirby Yates taking over as the new closer. While there are question marks with their starting rotation behind ace Hyun-Jin Ryu, the team has organizational depth to bolster their pitching at the trade deadline.
The AL East is not as strong as it once was, so the Jays are a solid value pick at +450 to win the division. The Yankees are still World Series contenders, but the Rays have gotten weaker with the losses of Blake Snell and Charlie Morton, while the Red Sox and Orioles look like bottom-feeders. If the lineup continues to develop with the pitching holding its own, a division title is firmly in the realm of possibility.
A World Series win is a longshot, but it’s definitely within the range of outcomes.
Toronto Blue Jays To Win 2021 MLB World Series
Bet $20, Payout $540
If these young hitters can break out at the same time, we could be looking at another Cubs or Astros-caliber team. Add in veterans like Springer and Marcus Semien and you have the recipe for a dominant offense. The team also has one of the deepest prospect pools in baseball, so a splash at the trade deadline could be in the cards. If the Jays are in contention at the deadline, we could see them acquire an ace like Luis Castillo. That would make them one of the favorites in the AL.
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