Yankees Player Futures Odds 2021
If a Yankees team bet isn’t your style, dig into the player futures at DraftKings Sportsbook. From Aaron Judge’s AL MVP odds to Gerrit Cole’s AL Cy Young chances, there’s plenty to choose from.
AL MVP Odds
1. Mike Trout +225
T-2. Alex Bregman +1200
T-2. Aaron Judge +1200
T-2. Jose Ramirez +1200
T-5. Matt Chapman +1500
T-5. Anthony Rendon +1500
7. Shohei Ohtani +2000
T-8. Jose Abreu +2500
T-8. Tim Anderson +2500
T-8. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. +2500
T-8. Yoan Moncada +2500
T-8. Luis Robert +2500
T-8. Gleyber Tores +2500
T-14. Rafael Devers +3000
T-14. Yasmani Grandal +3000
T-16. Bo Bichette +3300
T-16. Xander Bogaerts +3300
T-16. DJ LeMahieu +3300
T-19. George Springer +3300
T-20. Jose Altuve +4000
T-20. Giancarlo Stanton +4000
T-42. Gary Sanchez +10000
Five Yankees are on DraftKings Sportsbook’s list to win the 2021 AL MVP. Aaron Judge (+1200) is tied for second with Alex Bregman (+1200) behind Mike Trout (+225). Behind Judge is Gleyber Torres, DJ LeMahieu, Giancarlo Stanton and Gary Sanchez.
Cy Young Odds
1. Gerrit Cole +350
2. Shane Bieber +400
3. Lucas Giolito +450
4. Hyun-Jin Ryu +1300
T-5. Jose Berrios +1700
T-5. Lance Lynn +1700
T-5. Kenta Maeda +1700
8. Corey Kluber +1800
9. Dallas Keuchel +2200
T-10. Marco Gonzales +2500
T-10. Jesus Luzardo +2500
12. Luis Severino +3000
Three Yankees appear on DraftKings Sportsbook’s list to win the 2021 AL Cy Young. Gerrit Cole is the current favorite at +350 to win the award, closely followed by Cleveland Indians stud righty Shane Bieber. New addition Corey Kluber (+1800) and youngster Luis Severino (+3000) round out the Bombers’ options.
Consensus 2021 World Series Odds & History
When betting on the New York Yankees to win the 2021 World Series, be sure to shop for the best odds. With plenty of online sports betting sites to choose from, finding the best odds is a great way to be more profitable in the long run.
Yankees Preseason World Series Odds History
Our friends at SportsOddsHistory.com have tracked the Yankees’ preseason World Series Odds since 1985, giving us a good look at how the public has been able to bet on the Bombers to win the World Series.
|Year||Preseason World Series Odds
The Yankees were as high as +3300 entering the 2017 season, a year where they finished 91-71 and lost in the ALCS to the Houston Astros, who have been determined to have been cheating during that season. There could have been some big winners!
Yankees World Series History
|World Series Championships||27
|World Series Appearances||40
|World Series Record||27-13 (.675)
|Last World Series Win||2009
|Last World Series Appearance||2009
The Yankees have won 27 World Series, which is 16 more than the St. Louis Cardinals who have the second-most World Series victories. The Yankees have been to 40 World Series but have not been there since 2009. The Yankees also have 13 World Series losses, which is still two more than the second-most World Series wins.
The Yankees have played the Los Angeles/Brooklyn Dodgers in the World Series 11 times, the San Francisco/New York Giants seven times, the St. Louis Cardinals five times, and the Atlanta Braves four times.
Yankees Championships by Manager
|Yankees Managers||World Series Titles
Nine managers have won World Series titles with the New York Yankees, including five with multiple wins. Joe McCarthy and Casey Stengel each have seven World Series victories, Joe Torre has four and Miller Huggins follows with three. Ralph Houk is the only other Yankees manager with more than one World Series. Bucky Harris, Billy Martin, Bob Lemon and Joe Girardi all have one World Series win.
Yankees World Series MVPs
|2009||Hideki Matsui||AVG: .349, HR: 4, RBI: 13
|2000||Derek Jeter||AVG: .317, HR: 4, RBI: 9
|1999||Mariano Rivera||W-L: 2-0, ERA: 0.00, SV: 6
|1998||Scott Brosius||AVG: .383, HR: 4, RBI: 15
|1996||John Wetteland||W-L: 0-0, ERA: 2.19, SV: 7
|1978||Bucky Dent||AVG: .333, HR: 0, RBI: 11
|1977||Reggie Jackson||AVG: .306, HR: 5, RBI: 9
|1962||Ralph Terry||W-L: 2-1, ERA: 1.80, SO: 16
|1961||Whitey Ford||W-L: 2-0, ERA: 0.00, SO: 7
|1960||Bobby Richardson||AVG: .367, HR: 1, RBI: 12
|1958||Bob Turley||W-L: 2-1, ERA: 2.81, SO: 13
|1956||Don Larsen||W-L: 1-0, ERA: 0.00, SO: 7
Two Yankees have won World Series MVP awards since 1955 when the award was originally awarded. There have been six pitchers and six position players, with only one pitcher being a reliever, Mariano Rivera.
The most recent World Series MVP is Hideki Matsui who hit three home runs in a six-game series against the Phillies with eight RBI and a 2.027 OPS. Surprisingly, no Yankees have won the World Series MVP more than once with the team.
Famously, Reggie Jackson hit five home runs in the 1977 World Series en route to winning MVP.
Yankees World Series Stat Leaders
Most HRs by Yankees in a Single World Series
1. Reggie Jackson, 1977 (5)
T-2. Babe Ruth, 1926 (4)
T-2. Lou Gehrig, 1928 (4)
Reggie Jackson is tied with George Springer (HOU, 2017) and Chase Utley (PHI, 2009) for the most home runs in a single World Series.
Most HRs by Yankees in World Series All Time
1. Mickey Mantle (18)
2. Babe Ruth (15)
3. Yogi Berra (12)
T-4. Lou Gehrig (10)
T-4. Reggie Jackson (10)
Mickey Mantle holds the record for the most home runs in a career in the World Series.
Most Career Hits by Yankees in World Series
1. Yogi Berra (71)
2. Mickey Mantle (59)
3. Joe DiMaggio (54)
4. Derek Jeter (50
Yogi Berra holds the record for the most career hits in the World Series, as well as the most at-bats in his career (259).
Most Career RBI by Yankees in World Series
1. Mickey Mantle (40)
2. Yogi Berra (39)
3. Lou Gehrig (35)
4. Babe Ruth (44
5. Joe DiMaggio (40)
Mickey Mantle holds the record for the most career RBI in the World Series. The top 5 all-time leaders in RBI in the World Series are all Yankees.
Most Career Wins by Yankees Pitchers in World Series
1. Whitey Ford (10)
2. Red Ruffing (7)
3. Allie Reynolds (7)
4. Waite Hoyt (6)
5. Lefty Gomez (6)
6. Andy Pettitte (5)
Whitey Ford holds the all-time record for most World Series wins with 10. Tied for second all-time is Red Ruffing and Allie Reynolds.