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Mason Miller Next Team Odds: Where Will He Be Pitching Next?

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Mason Miller Next Team Odds: Where Will He Be Pitching Next?

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In a very short time, Oakland Athletics pitcher Mason Miller has established himself as one of the premier relievers in the sport. Over his last 13.1 innings, he’s allowed one hit and two walks – while striking out 30. He has more pitches thrown over 100 mph than everyone else in MLB, combined. 

He seems to be a player the oft-struggling A’s could build around. He’s under team control through 2029 and could be a marquee part of the move to Las Vegas in 2028. 

The A’s could trade him and rebuild a team that’s lost 102 and 112 teams in the past two seasons. Apparently, the A’s are considering such a move. 

Bookies.com veteran oddsmaker Adam Thompson has surveyed the landscape to create odds for sports betting on Mason Miller's next team odds.

Mason Miller Next Team Odds

TeamOddsImplied Probability
Chicago Cubs+40020.0%
Baltimore Orioles+42519.1%
Philadelphia Phillies+50016.7%
San Diego Padres+65014.3%
New York Yankees+75011.8%
Minnesota Twins+90010.0%
Boston Red Sox+14006.7%
Arizona Diamondbacks+14006.7%
San Francisco Giants+18005.3%
The Field+10009.1%

This market is for entertainment purposes only and has been created by the Bookies.com team. It is not currently available on betting apps. Percentages will not add up to 100% most time because these are designed to simulate odds a sportsbook would set.

Miller, 25, has been nearly unhittable in 14 games this season, posting a 0.98 ERA in 18.1 innings, with 38 strikeouts and five walks. He regularly hits 101-102 mph on his fastball and has an equally destructive slider that comes close to 90. 

While most teams wouldn’t dare trade such a player with six years of team control, the A’s are in a seemingly constant state of selling and rebuilding. Thus, teams are indeed inquiring about Miller’s availability. 

The price, reportedly, isn’t cheap: Two Top 100 minor league players, and/or a package that could reshape a future Las Vegas lineup. 

The Chicago Cubs have eight Top 100 prospects, two more than any other team. The Cubs are seeking their first postseason berth in four years and currently rank 25th in bullpen ERA. It could be a key area of improvement at the July 30 trade deadline. Both sides could get what they want with a blockbuster deal.

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The Baltimore Orioles have prospects galore with a bullpen that’s been an issue on the backend, with closer Felix Bautista out for the year and Craig Kimbrel struggling. That Miller isn’t a one-year rental could push them to make a move now, with the future still in good shape. 

The Philadelphia Phillies, Arizona Diamondbacks, San Diego Padres and San Francisco Giants all have three-plus Top 100 prospects, and have pens in the bottom half of the league. 

The New York Yankees and Minnesota Twins could consider draining a farm system for a big arm if it means getting back to the postseason. 

Two other teams have at least five Top 100 prospects, but neither are in the mode to win now. The Colorado Rockies are always in dire need of dominant pitching, so it is possible Miller is of interest to them. The New York Mets are stockpiling minor leaguers for a future run. 

The Rockies plus the Mets, who have the means but likely not the motivation, and the Los Angeles Dodgers, who have the motivation but perhaps not the means, lead The Field.

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Adam Thompson for Bookies.com
Adam Thompson
NFL writer and expert Adam Thompson joined Bookies.com in 2019 after a successful run as senior handicapper for SportsLine and CBSSports.com. He's long been established as one of the nation's premier handicappers, specializing in the NFL where he's hit on more than 60% over the past three years. Adam's NBA, PGA and horse racing picks have also produced major winners over the last 12 months. His customized NFL and NBA odds for players and teams have been picked up by hundreds of websites over the past year.