MLB All-Star Game Gambling Props And Lines

  • The American League is a -105 underdog to the National League in the All-Star Game.
  • The AL has won 19 of the past 23 iterations of the Midsummer Classic.
  • There are -1200 odds of no extra innings being needed to decide the game.

LAS VEGAS – The MLB All-Star Game starts on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. ET, and features a wide range of betting options.

The American League has won 19 of the past 23 All-Star Games, although the all-time series is only 46-43-2 in favor of the AL.

MLB All-Star Game Moneyline Odds

  • American League All-Stars -105
  • National League All-Stars -115

The National League is favored very slightly over the American League on the moneyline, although notably the five inning moneyline is dead even.

MLB All-Star Game Five Inning Moneyline Odds

  • American League All-Stars -115
  • National League All-Stars -115

Much of the entertainment of the All-Star Game is that the best players in the league play in a less serious format, which allows them to show off a bit.

MLB All-Star Game – Total Hits, Runs And Errors

  • Over 25 -125
  • Under 25 -105

In 2021, there were 26 total runs, hits and errors in the All-Star Game, which would have gone over on this prop.

In 2019, however, there were only 20, which would have gone under on this prop. 2020, of course, did not have an All-Star Game due to COVID-19.

Extra Innings Required?

  • Yes +650
  • No -1200

In what could be a mildly related prop, extra innings are not set to be required for the All-Star game.

If they were, that could boost the gambling odds of the total hits, runs and errors prop going over 25. The All-Star Game has only gone to extra innings 13 times since 1933.

In addition, a new deal indicates that it’s possible that extra innings won’t even be the tiebreaker method for the All-Star Game.

Exhibit 13 of a Memorandum of Understanding between MLB and the MLBPA contains the following: “If the All-Star Game remains tied after nine innings, the game will be decided by a Home Run Derby between the teams, subject to the parties’ agreement on details and format.”

While it’s unlikely that this will impact the 2022 All-Star Game, it does mean that this could be one of the last times that the game even has the chance to go into extra innings.