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Boston Red Sox Are Projected To Have The Highest Win Total In The American League

(Fort Myers, FL, 02/23/17) Boston Red Sox shortstop Xander Bogaerts, right fielder Mookie Betts, first baseman Mitch Moreland, third baseman Pablo Sandoval and left fielder Chris Young celebrates Morelands three run homer in the third inning during Spring Training game against Northeastern University on Thursday, February 23, 2017  Staff photo by Matt Stone

(Fort Myers, FL, 02/23/17) Boston Red Sox shortstop Xander Bogaerts, right fielder Mookie Betts, first baseman Mitch Moreland, third baseman Pablo Sandoval and left fielder Chris Young celebrates Morelands three run homer in the third inning during Spring Training game against Northeastern University on Thursday, February 23, 2017 Staff photo by Matt Stone

Boston Red Sox Are Projected To Have The Highest Win Total In The American League

Per Bovada, the Boston Red Sox Sox are projected for 92.5 wins in 2017, which is tied with the Indians for the highest total in the AL. Boston and Cleveland both sit behind the defending World Series champion Cubs (95.5) and Dodgers (93.5) in Bovada’s win projections.

Here is the full list:

Chicago Cubs: 95.5
Los Angeles Dodgers: 93.5
Boston Red Sox: 92.5
Cleveland Indians: 92.5
Washington Nationals: 90.5
Houston Astros: 89.5
New York Mets: 88.5
San Francisco Giants: 87.5
Seattle Mariners: 85.5
St. Louis Cardinals: 84.5
Texas Rangers: 84.5
Toronto Blue Jays: 84.5
Detroit Tigers: 82.5
New York Yankees: 82.5
Pittsburgh Pirates: 82.5
Baltimore Orioles: 80.5
Colorado Rockies: 80.5
Los Angeles Angels: 79.5
Arizona Diamondbacks: 77.5
Tampa Bay Rays: 77.5
Kansas City Royals: 76.5
Miami Marlins: 765
Minnesota Twins: 74.5
Atlanta Braves: 73.5
Oakland Athletics: 73.5
Philadelphia Phillies: 73.5
Cincinnati Reds: 70.5
Chicago White Sox: 69.5
Milwaukee Brewers: 69.5
San Diego Padres: 66.5

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About Tanner Rebelo (178 Articles)
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