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Here are your 2017 prop bets for the Tampa Bay Rays, the majority of which are sourced from Bovada. Full season odds are at the bottom.

Evan Longoria

Total HR's in the 2017 Regular Season

Over/Under 26½

2017 Regular Season MLB Home Run Leader

Evan Longoria 75/1

Total RBI's in the 2017 Regular Season

Over/Under 90½

Odds to Win the 2017 AL MVP

Mike Trout 5/4
Mookie Betts 5/1
Jose Altuve 10/1
Miguel Cabrera 12/1
Josh Donaldson 14/1
Manny Machado 14/1
Carlos Correa 16/1
Gary Sanchez 18/1
Robinson Cano 20/1
Nelson Cruz 33/1
Jose Abreu 50/1
Jose Bautista 50/1
Xander Bogaerts 50/1
Jackie Bradley Jr. 50/1
Chris Davis 50/1
Edwin Encarnacion 50/1
Todd Frazier 50/1
Adam Jones 50/1
Francisco Lindor 50/1
Carlos Santana 50/1
Justin Upton 50/1
Adrian Beltre 66/1
Brian Dozier 100/1
Eric Hosmer 100/1
Ian Kinsler 100/1
Evan Longoria 100/1
Rougned Odor 100/1
Dustin Pedroia 100/1
Albert Pujols 100/1
Miguel Sano 100/1
Kyle Seager 100/1
George Springer 100/1
Troy Tulowitzki 100/1

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Kevin Kiermaier

BA in the 2017 Regular Season

Over/Under .265

Corey Dickerson

Total HR’s in the 2017 Regular Season

Over/Under 21½

Colby Rasmus

Total HR’s in the 2017 Regular Season

Over/Under 19½

Steven Souza

Total HR's in the 2017 Regular Season

Over/Under 19½

Total RBI's in the 2017 Regular Season

Over/Under 60½

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Chris Archer

Total Wins in the 2017 Regular Season

Over/Under 13

Total Strikeouts in the 2017 Regular Season

Over/Under 229½

ERA in the 2017 Regular Season

Over/Under 3.30

Odds to win the 2017 American League Cy Young Award

Chris Sale 7/2
Corey Kluber 9/2
Yu Darvish 12/1
Aaron Sanchez 12/1
Justin Verlander 12/1
Chris Archer 14/1
Masahiro Tanaka 14/1
Carlos Carrasco 16/1
David Price 16/1
Cole Hamels 20/1
Felix Hernandez 20/1
Dallas Keuchel 20/1
Danny Duffy 33/1
Michael Fulmer 33/1
Kevin Gausman 33/1
Lance McCullers 33/1
Rick Porcello 33/1
Sonny Gray 40/1
J.A. Happ 40/1
Jose Quintana 40/1
Danny Salazar 40/1
Marcus Stroman 40/1
Chris Tillman 50/1
Zach Britton 66/1
Aroldis Chapman 66/1
A.J. Griffin 66/1
Ian Kennedy 66/1
Craig Kimbrel 66/1
Jake Odorizzi 66/1
Michael Pineda 66/1

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Jake Odorizzi

Total Wins in the 2017 Regular Season

Over/Under 11

Total Strikeouts in the 2017 Regular Season

Over/Under 160½

ERA in the 2017 Regular Season

Over/Under 3.60

Alex Colome

Total Saves in the 2017 Regular Season

Over/Under 32½

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Kevin Cash

Which manager will be fired first during the 2017 MLB regular season?

Bryan Price (Reds) +200
Paul Molitor (Twins) +300
Bob Melvin (Athletics) +400
Clint Hurdle (Pirates) +750
Kevin Cash (Rays) +800
Andy Green (Padres) +900
Joe Girardi (Yankees) +1200
Field +400

Tampa Bay Rays

Odds to win the 2017 World Series

Tampa Bay Rays 75/1

2017 AL Pennant - Odds to Win

Boston Red Sox 9/4
Cleveland Indians 7/2
Houston Astros 13/2
Toronto Blue Jays 10/1
New York Yankees 12/1
Texas Rangers 12/1
Baltimore Orioles 16/1
Detroit Tigers 16/1
Kansas City Royals 16/1
Seattle Mariners 16/1
Los Angeles Angels 22/1
Tampa Bay Rays 50/1
Chicago White Sox 66/1
Minnesota Twins 66/1
Oakland Athletics 66/1

AL East - Odds to Win

Boston Red Sox 4/7
Toronto Blue Jays 17/4
New York Yankees 11/2
Baltimore Orioles 15/2
Tampa Bay Rays 18/1

MLB Win Totals (From Highest to Lowest)

Chicago Cubs 95½
Los Angeles Dodgers 93½
Boston Red Sox 92½
Cleveland Indians 92½
Washington Nationals 90½
Houston Astros 89½
New York Mets 88½
San Francisco Giants 87½
Seattle Mariners 85½
St. Louis Cardinals 84½
Texas Rangers 84½
Toronto Blue Jays 84½
Detroit Tigers 82½
New York Yankees 82½
Pittsburgh Pirates 82½
Baltimore Orioles 80½
Colorado Rockies 80½
Los Angeles Angels 79½
Arizona Diamondbacks 77½
Tampa Bay Rays 77½
Kansas City Royals 76½
Miami Marlins 76½
Minnesota Twins 74½
Atlanta Braves 73½
Oakland Athletics 73½
Philadelphia Phillies 73½
Cincinnati Reds 70½
Chicago White Sox 69½
Milwaukee Brewers 69½
San Diego Padres 66½