MLB Wild Card Odds: 2023 Postseason Preview & Betting Odds

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MLB Wild Card Odds: 2023 Postseason Preview & Betting Odds

The 2023 MLB postseason is set, and it took all 162 games to determine the field. Four American League teams — the Tampa Bay Rays, Texas Rangers, Minnesota Twins, and Toronto Blue Jays — will face off in two three-game series to determine who advances. For the National League, we will see the Miami Marlins, Philadelphia Phillies, Arizona Diamondbacks, and Milwaukee Brewers.

The wild card round kicks off Tuesday at 3:08 p.m. ET. The Baltimore Orioles, Houston Astros, Atlanta Braves, and Los Angeles Dodgers all advanced to the AL and NL Divisional Series and will face the winners of the respective wild card series. If you want more odds, check our MLB odds page.

MLB wild card series odds

American League wild card matchups and series odds:

National League wild card matchups and series odds:

All odds are from Caesars Sportsbook and are posted as of Oct. 2. Check out our full review of Caesars Sportsbook.

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MLB wild card schedule

The three-game series all kick off Tuesday and have the potential to extend to Thursday. Below is a full schedule and times for the 2023 wild card round:

Rangers at Rays

Blue Jays at Twins

Diamondbacks at Brewers

Marlins at Phillies

Current World Series odds

Coming into the postseason, it is not a surprise that the Braves are the current favorite to win the World Series at . If you want information for the full MLB postseason field, check out our World Series odds page. Below is a list of World Series odds of teams playing in the wild card round.

MLB TeamWorld Series Odds
Tampa Bay Rays
Philadelphia Phillies
Texas Rangers
Milwaukee Brewers
Toronto Blue Jays
Minnesota Twins
Arizona Diamondbacks
Miami Marlins