It’s a joyous day for baseball bettors because Atlantis Sportsbook in Reno, NV fulfilled their annual duty of being the first sportsbook to put out MLB Season Win Totals. Westgate Superbook in Las Vegas is expected to follow suit on Sunday and the offshores should start picking up win totals next week.

For now, the focus is on the Biggest Little City in the World as Atlantis Sportsbook takes action with $500 limits on their 2015 MLB Season Win Totals. Here’s the list of numbers, grouped by division:

Baltimore Orioles: 84.5

Boston Red Sox: 86

New York Yankees: 80

Tampa Bay Rays: 77.5

Toronto Blue Jays: 83.5


Chicago White Sox: 82

Cleveland Indians: 81

Detroit Tigers: 86.5

Kansas City Royals: 83

Minnesota Twins: 68.5


Houston Astros: 73

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim: 87.5

Oakland Athletics: 82.5

Seattle Mariners: 85

Texas Rangers: 76.5


Atlanta Braves: 73.5

Miami Marlins: 81.5

New York Mets: 81

Philadelphia Phillies: 67

Washington Nationals: 93


Chicago Cubs: 81.5

Cincinnati Reds: 79

Milwaukee Brewers: 80

Pittsburgh Pirates: 85.5

St. Louis Cardinals: 87.5


Arizona Diamondbacks: 72.5

Colorado Rockies: 70.5

Los Angeles Dodgers: 91

San Diego Padres: 84

San Francisco Giants: 85

All in all, it’s a pretty decent list from Atlantis. The National League numbers appear to be pretty tight, with the three top teams clearly decipherable in the Nationals, Dodgers, and Cardinals. The San Diego Padres are posted at 84 after their offseason full of transactions and big name additions. The improving New York Mets and Miami Marlins are expected to flirt with .500, while the Braves take an enormous step back.

The Cubs are going to be a hot team entering the season with their impressive collection of prospect talent. They are pegged as a team capable of finishing north of .500 for the first time since 2009. The NL Central appears to have the most parity in the Senior Circuit with all five teams listed at 79 wins or more.

We’ll have full breakdowns of all 30 teams beginning next week, but our initial leans on this list from Atlantis from the NL would be Colorado over, Cincinnati under, and San Diego under.

On the American League side of things, the reigning AL Champion Kansas City Royals opened at 83, 3.5 games in back of the Detroit Tigers, who opened at 86.5. The Cleveland Indians are aiming for their third straight winning season and their win total is in the same area it was in last season when they won 85 games. The White Sox had a busy offseason and they check in with a number of 82. The Minnesota Twins bring up the rear in the AL Central at 68.5.

In the AL East, the Boston Red Sox have another chance to go from worst to first, just like they did in 2013 when they won the World Series. The Orioles are next with 84.5 wins after their 96-66 season last year. The Toronto Blue Jays have high expectations at 83.5. The New York Yankees are expected to hover around .500 and the Tampa Bay Rays are still pegged for high 70s in victories despite a lot of turnover.

Out west, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim are a heavy favorite for the division’s best record with a number of 87.5 wins. Seattle is next with 85. The Oakland A’s went through a lot of roster turnover and they are next in line with 82.5. The Texas Rangers are at 76.5 as they are expected to improve in a big way and the Houston Astros appear ticketed for another last place finish with 73.

Our MLB Season Win Totals articles will begin on Monday with the AL East, but our initial leans at Atlantis for the AL would be Cleveland over, Chicago under, Toronto over, and Oakland over.

It will be interesting to see where these numbers end up going and what Westgate Superbook decides to put up and how the offshores follow suit sometime next week. Stay tuned to BangTheBook for all the MLB preseason coverage you need in order to be ready for Opening Day.