Miami Marlins Odds

Today's best Marlins odds at top FL sportsbooks

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Thanks to legal sports betting in Florida, Miami Marlins fans now have a whole new way to engage with Major League Baseball games. From the bottom of the peninsula to the tip of the panhandle, MLB bettors can now access real-time Marlins odds and bets thanks to legal online sportsbooks and sportsbook apps.

Check this page to find the best Marlins odds at FL online sportsbooks throughout the season. We also walk you through all kinds of potential Marlins team and player props and the latest Marlins betting trends.

Today’s Marlins Odds: Run line, World Series, Props

Check today’s best Marlins betting odds in the feed below, direct from FL online sportsbooks. You can compare today’s best run line odds at three top sportsbooks, plus see current Marlins World Series odds, NL pennant odds and top player props for the day or season. Click on any odds to go directly to the online sportsbook, claim the best sports betting bonus offer and start making your Marlins bets.

Compare Marlins run lines

Marlins World Series odds

Jazz Chisholm prop odds

MLB bets for Marlins games

What is the Marlins run line?

Baseball has a bet type of its very own that you won’t find in the NFL, NBA or any other sport. The run line, which is basically the point spread, is almost always set at 1.5 runs. At our recommended Florida sportsbook apps, such as the DK app or FD app, it might looks something like this:

  • Miami Marlins -1.5 (-130)
  • Washington Nationals +1.5 (+120)

The negative odds associated with the Marlins indicate they are the favorites to win this matchup. They need to win by two or more runs to win Miami bets. If you wagered $130 on them and they did indeed succeed in that task, then you’d win $230—your initial wager plus $100 in profit.

A bet on the Nationals would require them to either lose by fewer than two runs or win the game outright. A $100 wager on them would bring back $220 ($120 in winnings).

What is the Marlins moneyline?

The moneyline is the easiest bet to understand in all sports betting. It’s really just a simple question of which team is going to win the game. If you pick correctly, you win.

Like the above run line, the odds associated with each team tell you which is the favorite (negative odds) and which is the underdog (positive odds). The payout works the same as above, with any negative number representing how much you have to wager to win $100 and any positive number being the amount you would win if you wagered $100.

Here’s a quick example of what you might see at your preferred FL online sportsbooks, such as HardRock FL or BetMGM:

  • Miami Marlins -130
  • Atlanta Braves +110

You’re seeing that the Marlins are the favorite here and because there isn’t a very large gap between the odds, you can reasonably assume that oddsmakers expect it to be a close game. Large gaps, such as -200 and +160, would indicate sportsbooks expect the game to be lopsided.

What are the Marlins totals odds?

This bet type is also commonly known as the over/under. The goal is to make a determination on whether the final combined scores of the two teams will be more or fewer runs than predicted by oddsmakers.

If you pick more, you’d be going with the over. Fewer runs would be the under.

Here’s a totals bet example:

  • Over 7.5 (-110)
  • Under 7.5 (-110)

Sportsbooks often look at factors like starting lineups, weather, the home field and more when determining the total. The payouts work the same as the other bets we’ve already explained. A $110 bet would win you $210—the original wager plus $100 in profits.

Bet on Marlins props and futures

You don’t always have to bet on which team will win. In fact, you can bet on everything ranging from game-day performances to how the Marlins will deliver throughout the entire season.

Prop bets and futures bring a bit of variety to the sports betting industry. They are capable of helping you stay involved in the hobby throughout the year and allow you to wager on some of the finer points of baseball.

When you’re looking at your favorite legal and regulated online or mobile sportsbook, you can find the props and futures wagers for the MLB in the baseball section. You can also click on the main listing for an upcoming game to see the various betting opportunities available for that event.

Some props are designed for the entire season, while others are focused primarily on a single game. Some examples include:

  • Over/under on Jazz Chisholm total hits for today’s game/season
  • Will Jesus Aguilar hit a home run in today’s game?
  • Which pitcher will get the most strikeouts? (Out of two options)

The list goes on in the world of prop betting. There is always a large variety of prop bets at the most popular sportsbooks. Props focused on the whole season can range from specific player statistics to total wins. Make sure to shop around before betting, though, as you’ll want to get the best Marlins betting lines and odds available.

Futures bets are wagers made on, well, future events. World Series odds can be released right after the World Series ends and run throughout the offseason and into the regular season.

The sports odds will change depending on the betting opportunity, any new information the oddsmakers come across, public betting trends and more. The earlier a wager is made, the more the potential payout is going to be, but also a greater risk at a losing bet. Be sure to review the MLB betting rules at your sportsbook to see when futures bets can be ruled no action.

Some futures you’ll potentially see include:

Again, we always suggest you shop around at the various online and mobile sportsbooks to get the absolute best return possible if you’re planning on any futures. For more information on how to bet on MLB, check out our How to Bet on MLB and our MLB betting odds pages.

Who is the Marlins manager & bench staff?

No baseball team is complete without a solid coaching staff, and the Marlins are led by manager Don Mattingly. Other notable coaches include:

  • James Rowson, bench coach
  • Keith Johnson, first base coach
  • Trey Hillman, third base coach
  • Wellington Cepeda, bullpen coach
  • Eric Duncan, hitting coach
  • Mel Stottlemyre, pitching coach
  • Eddy Rodriguez, catching coach
  • Koji Tanaka, bullpen catcher

Miami Marlins home games

The home field for the Miami Marlins is located in the city of Miami, Florida. Below you’ll find some information regarding the ballpark and some interesting facts about it.

  • Name: LoanDepot Park
  • Address: 501 Marlins Way, Miami, FL
  • Seating capacity: 37,742 (37,442 with standing room, and 34,000 for football games)
  • Opening date: March 5, 2012 (high school baseball game)
  • Construction cost: $634 million ($715 million in 2020 dollars)
  • Record attendance: 37,446 (March 11, 2017 — World Baseball Classic, USA vs. Dominican Republic)
  • Other notable events: Miami Beach Bowl (NCAA)

How to watch or listen to Marlins games

If you’re local to the Miami Marlins, you can catch their home games on Fox Sports Florida, which has been the television partner of the team for 21 years. The broadcast team includes Rich Waltz on play-by-play, Todd Hollandsworth on analysis and Craig Minervini and Jessica Blaylock as in-game reporters. You can also subscribe to the MLB.tv package, but blackout rules apply locally.

If you’d like to catch the games on the radio, you can tune in to 940 WINZ AM or 94.9 HD2, the Marlins’ flagship stations. For the Spanish language broadcast, you can catch the Marlins on Radio Mambi, which is at WAQI 710 AM on your radio dial.

Marlins by the numbers: facts & trivia

Are you the kind of person who likes to pull out trivia and show off their knowledge of the Miami Marlins? Then, you’re going to love our list of facts and information below.

  • 1. Only one player has won National League MVP while player for the Marlins: Giancarlo Stanton in 2017.
  • 2. The team has had two World Series MVPs, however: Liván Hernández (1997) and Josh Beckett (2003).
  • 2. Which means the team won two World Series — 1997 and 2003.
  • 3. The Marlins have made the playoffs only three times, and each time they were Wild Cards.
  • 5. Miami became the youngest team to ever win the World Series, having done so in their fifth season; they are also the first Wild Card team in the history of the MLB to win the championship.
  • 19. The team was known as the Florida Marlins from their start in 1993 and all the way to 2011—19 seasons.
  • 6. The Marlins scored six runs in their first-ever game, a 6-3 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers.
  • 30. The Marlins have unfortunately set several MLB records in attendance—the lowest attendance, that is (30 out of 30).
  • 92. As of 2021, the most wins in a single season by the Marlins came in 1997 when the team won 92 games, though they came close in 2003 with 91 victories.
  • 42. The Marlins only have one number officially retired, and that is Jackie Robinson’s 42.
  • 372,400. The Miami Marlins Twitter account has 372.4K followers, though it follows just 844 accounts.