Wyatt Langford Promoted to Majors, +330 Odds for AL ROTY

  • Wyatt Langford officially made the Texas Rangers’ Opening Day roster on Friday, impacting his +330 odds to win American League Rookie of the Year.
  • Rangers teammate Evan Carter has favored AL Rookie of the Year odds at +275.
  • MLB’s No. 1 ranked prospect Jackson Holliday has +300 odds to win the award despite not being on the Baltimore Orioles’ Opening Day roster.

ARLINGTON, Texas – The Texas Rangers named rookie Wyatt Langford as a member of their Opening Day roster. The 2024 fourth-overall selection has +330 odds at USA online sportsbooks to win American League Rookie of the Year.

AL Rookie of the Year Award Odds

  • Evan Carter (TEX) +275
  • Jackson Holliday (BAL) +300
  • Wyatt Langford (TEX) +330
  • Colt Keith (DET) +1000
  • Junior Caminero (TB) +1100
  • Nolan Schanuel (LAA) +1400
  • Parker Meadows (DET) +1500
  • Heston Kjerstad (BAL) +1800
  • Colton Cowser (BAL) +2000
  • Emerson Hancock (SEA) +2500

Langford was promoted three times last season thanks to his .360 batting average with 10 home runs and a 1.157 OPS over 44 games in the Rangers’ farm system. He’s impressed even more this spring, batting .388 with six home runs and an incredible 1.242 OPS.

The Rangers top prospect has great value at Texas online sportsbooks with +330 odds to win the American League Rookie of the Year award. Fellow Texas outfield Evan Carter is the betting favorite to win the award (+275) after making an impact in 23 regular season games from last season.

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What About Jackson Holliday’s Rookie of the Year Odds?

The No. 1 prospect in all of baseball is infielder Jackson Holliday of the Baltimore Orioles. Despite his +300 odds at sportsbooks for MLB betting to win Rookie of the Year, Holliday will start the 2024 MLB season in triple-A.

Holliday was named the MLB Pipeline Prospect Hitter of the Year last season after recording a .941 OPS across four different levels. He’ll likely get called up at some point in the season, but Langford’s +330 odds are a better wager for a guy starting MLB play in a week.