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Baltimore Orioles odds to win the World Series

The odds for the Baltimore Orioles to win the World Series are +1300 with FanDuel, +1100 with DraftKings, and +1200 with BetMGM.

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DraftKings

+1100

FanDuel

+1300

BetMGM

+1200

Odds updated: 2024-04-19

Betting on the Baltimore Orioles on a sports betting site in Maryland

The task may be intimidating for baseball fans in Maryland who have never placed a wager on MLB the first time around. We here at MDBetting.com have you covered, however, as we walk you through betting on the Baltimore Orioles on a sports betting site in Maryland today.

  1. Get Bonus: Currently, there are 10 online sportsbooks in Maryland that are live today offering Baltimore Orioles odds. Each of them has a full-scale review here at MDBetting.com, where you will find a “Get Bonus” button at the top of the page. Find the Maryland sportsbook that best fits your needs, and follow the “Get Bonus” link to have the best welcome offer available applied to your account.
  2. Sign-Up with a Maryland Online Sportsbook: By clicking the link noted above, you’ll be automatically redirected to the MD Sportsbook’s sign-up page with the offer applied behind the scenes. Fill out the requested information which will include username, password, email address, home address, phone number, first and last name, and the last four digits of your social security number.
  3. Agree to Terms & Conditions: With your information filled in, you’ll now have to confirm your account by checking the boxes to agree to the terms and conditions set forth, as well as any privacy policies. You will also likely be asked whether or not you want to receive promotional materials, which are optional checkboxes.
  4. Deposit Money: Thanks to the oversight and regulation provided by the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency (MLGCA) and the backing of the state of MD, you’ll have more than a dozen options when it comes to depositing funds. Pick the one that works best for you, such as Venmo or Debit Card, and deposit a minimum amount of $5. Make sure you are aware of the terms and conditions noted in step #3 when making your initial deposit.
  5. Find Baltimore Orioles Odds: At most Maryland online sportsbooks, such as BetMGM Sportsbook Maryland or DraftKings Sportsbook Maryland, the different sports available for wagering will be located on the left side of the site’s landing page. Locate the MLB section, and scroll down to find the Orioles odds available to bet on. If you are placing your Baltimore Orioles in the offseason, find the “Futures” sections, which we will cover at more length below.

How to watch or stream the Baltimore Orioles in MD

Trying to tune into a Baltimore Orioles game in MD, but not sure how? We have covered how to watch or stream the Baltimore Orioles in MD. For starters, if you live in the Orioles television market, which includes Maryland, DC, and parts of Northern Virginia, all non-nationally televised games are broadcast on the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network (MASN).

Games that are on national television will be broadcast on ESPN, FOX, FS1, and TBS, all of which are available on cable and streaming services such as YouTube TV, Hulu Live TV+, Fubo, Sling, and DIRECTV STREAM. As of late, Apple TV+ and Peacock have also earned an MLB contract to show select games throughout the season. It is worth noting that if the game is not nationally televised, DIRECTV STREAM is currently the only streaming provider carrying MASN. 

Which bet types can you choose for the Baltimore Orioles?

For those who have never bet on MLB and are looking to make a bet on the Baltimore Orioles, you have a few different bet types at your fingertips. Let’s take a quick peak below at which bet types you can choose from for Baltimore Orioles wagering.

Moneyline

A wager on the MLB moneyline is the most straightforward way to bet on baseball, as well as most major sports. A moneyline bet is simply betting on which team will win the game at the given odds. Teams with a positive (+) next to their number are the expected losers (underdogs), while the teams with a negative (-) next to their number are the expected winners (favorites).

Example: Baltimore Orioles (-140) vs. Boston Red Sox (+125). In this scenario, a bettor that risked $140 would win $240 ($140 risked + $100 won) if the Orioles win the game at hand.

Run Line

For bettors that have been on other sports such as basketball or football, the “Run Line” is just another word for a point spread. In MLB betting, the Run Line is set at -1.5 or +1.5 and is the expected margin by which a team is expected by oddsmakers to win or lose by. Said another way, it is the starting score of the game, for betting purposes.

Example: Baltimore Orioles (-1.5) vs. Pittsburgh Pirates (+1.5). In this scenario, the Orioles have to win the game by two runs or more for the Orioles Run Line wager to be a winner.

Total

Also called an “Over/Under”, a total in MLB wagering is the total number of runs expected to be scored by both teams, as set forth by the oddsmakers. Typically between six and nine, the number of runs scored by both teams is combined to grade a bet as either going over that number or under.

Example: Baltimore Orioles vs. New York Yankees O/U 8. In this scenario, if there are more than 8 combined runs (i.e. Orioles 5 Yankees 4), the “Over” would be a winner. If there are exactly eight combined runs scored, the bet would be a “Push” and your money would be returned.

Where do the Baltimore Orioles play home games?

Breaking ground in June of 1989, the Orioles Park at Camden Yards hosted its first game on April 6, 1992. With a total price tag of $110 million, the ballpark was designed by HOK Sport (now Populous) and built at 333 West Camden Street in Baltimore’s Camden Yards neighborhood.

Initially designed for a capacity of 48,876, a 2010 renovation reduced the capacity to 45,971 (sitting), with another renovation done in 2022 to reduce the capacity to 44,970. One of the most popular and classic ballparks in all of MLB, Camden Yards has influenced the build of other iconic ballparks throughout MLB including PNC Park (Pittsburgh), Busch Stadium (St. Louis), and Comerica Park (Detroit).

Buying tickets to see the Baltimore Orioles play

Going on sale in January of each year, regular-season tickets to see the Baltimore Orioles play can be purchased directly from the team for as low as $12. With giveaways throughout the season and one of the most memorable game experiences in all of sports, there is no shortage of ways to buy Orioles tickets. Let’s take a look at a few of the most popular blows.

Direct

Resellers

  • Gametime
  • SeatGeek
  • StubHub
  • Ticketmaster
  • TickPick
  • Vivid Seats

In August of 2022, the Baltimore Orioles announced a long-term partnership with SuperBook Maryland. Operating in Las Vegas, NV since 1986, SuperBook is home to the largest sportsbook in the world located just off the Las Vegas Strip.

With the partnership, a SuperBook Bar and Restaurant was opened in 2023 inside Orioles Park at Camden Yards. While it is not a physical sportsbook in the classic sense, as in you can not place wagers there, you can use the SuperBook Sports Betting app to place wagers while in the lounge.

The SuperBook Bar and Restaurant is open every game day once the gates open and offers Orioles fans a great atmosphere to catch the games and enjoy top of the food and beverages. 

Yes, wagering on the Baltimore Orioles is legal in Maryland and has been since November 2022. With regulation and oversight provided by the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency (MLGCA), Maryland residents can wager on the Baltimore Orioles both in-person and via online sports betting.

One year after in-person sports betting (November 2023), Maryland launched online sports betting which included the introduction of sports betting apps. Currently, there are 10 online sports betting companies operating in the state, and the competition has led to generous welcome offers as each competes for sign-ups.

While SuperBook online sportsbook is the preferred betting site of the Baltimore Orioles, other operators of online Maryland sportsbooks include BetMGM, BetFred, BetRivers, Caesars, DraftKings, EspnBet, FanDuel, Fanatics, and FoxBet.

History of the Baltimore Orioles

Few teams in all of Major League Baseball have a more storied history than the Baltimore Orioles. Starting with their inception, let’s take a closer look at the history of the Baltimore Orioles and how they got to today. 

  • 1877: When the Minor Western League reorganized in 1877, the Milwaukee Brewers were one of the new teams, and would go on to serve as the first trace of the modern-day Baltimore Orioles
  • 1900: For 23 years, the Brewers remained in the Western League, until 1900 when it was renamed to the American League. At the end of the 1900 season, the American League broke off into its own league, declaring itself an independent (and competing league).
  • 1902: After just one season in the newly formed American League, the Brewers organization relocated the team to St. Louis, and renamed themselves the St. Louis Browns. The team would go on to play 51 seasons in St. Louis, enjoying only brief success in the 1920s with Hall of Fame first baseman George Sisler leading the way.
  • 1953: With dwindling attendance thanks to a poor product on the field, the financial situation in St. Louis became grim. Team owner Bill Veeck at first tried to move the team back to Milwaukee, but the move was vetoed by other league owners. Veeck ultimately sold the franchise to a Baltimore business called Miles-Krieger-Hoffberger which took control of the team relocating it to “Charm City'' for the 1954 season.
  • 1960: After initial struggles which saw them break .500 only once over the first seven seasons, the Orioles finally gained some relevance in the 1960 season finishing second in the American League.
  • 1966: Building on the success they had in 1960, the Orioles continued to improve until their first World Series win in the 1966 season. This would be the first of three in the team’s history, which also includes World Series wins in 1970 and 1983. 1966 was also the first season in team history to produce an MLB MVP, Frank Robinson.
  • 1978: Drafted in the second round of the 1978 MLB Draft, the Orioles drafted a Maryland native named Cal Ripken Jr. The shortstop/third baseman would go on to be one of the most iconic players of his generation, compiling more than 3,100 hits, 431 home runs, two Gold Glove Awards, 19 All-Star Games, two American League MVPs, and many more accolades.
  • 1992: After 17 seasons at Memorial Park, the Orioles opened Oriole Park at Camden Yards for the 1992 season and it instantly became a favorite of MLB fans throughout the country. The site of the 1993 All-Star Game, the retro-style ballpark remains today as one of the longest-operating stadiums in all of MLB.

About the Baltimore Orioles

With one of the most iconic ballparks in Major League Baseball (MLB) Orioles Park at Camden Yards, the Baltimore Orioles are one of the league's most recognizable franchises. Founded in 1877 and moving to Baltimore in 1954, the Baltimore Orioles have been a Maryland sports staple for over seven decades.

After a six-season drought, the Baltimore Orioles found their way back to the postseason in 2023, winning the American League East with a record of 101-61. Unfortunately for “O’s” fans, the excitement was short-lived, as they were bounced in the first round of the American League Divisional Series (ALDS) by the Texas Rangers in three games.

Even still, the season ended with plenty of optimism for the future, as the Orioles’ Gunnar Henderson won the Rookie of the Year award and manager Brandon Hyde won Manager of the Year. With Henderson and Hyde returning, along with a star core that includes Ryan O’Hearn (1B), Adley Rutschman (C), and Austin Hayes (CF), baseball fans in Baltimore have much to look forward to in 2024.