Rollins batting average? Howard's HRs? Total Wins? Odds here:

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How many home runs will Ryan Howard hit this season? (David M Warren/Staff Photographer)

Some Saturday fodder for those who might be checking in. . .

The fine folks at Bodog.com, apparently realizing the type of degenerates that author and frequent this blog, have passed along their latest Phillies-related odds for the 2010 season.

Go ahead and get your Yunel Escobar for NL MVP barbs out of the way now.

Adrian Gonzalez is a good value bet in a number of categories. Others: the Dodgers, Cardinals, Raul Ibanez, and the over on Roy Hallday's ERA.

Remember, you don't have a gambling problem. You have a money problem.

1. Phillies player over/unders

Jimmy Rollins regular season batting average: .256
Jimmy Rollins stolen bases: 28
Ryan Howard regular season batting average: .270
Ryan Howard regular season home runs: 35.5
Ryan Howard regular season RBIs: 121
Shane Victorino regular season batting average: .278
Shane Victorino regular season stolen bases: 33.5
Placido Polanco regular season batting average: .289
Raul Ibanez regular season home runs: 16
Roy Halladay regular season wins: 19.5
Roy Halladay regular season ERA: 2.55
Roy Halladay regular season strikeouts: 212
Cliff Lee regular season wins: 18
Cliff Lee regular season ERA: 3.00
Cliff Lee regular season strikeouts: 190.5
Roy Oswalt regular season wins: 16.5
Roy Oswalt regular season ERA: 3.25
Roy Oswalt regular season strikeouts: 173
Cole Hamels regular season wins: 16.5
Cole Hamels regular season ERA: 3.20
Cole Hamels regular season strikeouts: 198.5
Brad Lidge regular season saves: 34.5

2. Will any of the Big 4 win the Cy Young?

Yes +140
No -180

 
3. Phillies Over/Under Wins

96.5


4. Odds to win the 2011 World Series

Philadelphia Phillies 13/4
Boston Red Sox 9/2
New York Yankees 7/1
San Francisco Giants 12/1
Milwaukee 16/1
St. Louis 20/1
Texas 20/1
Chicago White 20/1
Minnesota 20/1
Tampa Bay 25/1
Atlanta 25/1
Cincinnati 25/1
Colorado 25/1
Detroit 25/1
Los Angeles Angels 25/1
Oakland 30/1
Los Angeles Dodgers 35/1
Chicago Cubs 35/1
Florida 40/1
New York Mets  40/1
Toronto Blue 50/1
San Diego 55/1
Baltimore 75/1
Houston 80/1
Washington 80/1
Seattle 100/1
Arizona 100/1
Cleveland 125/1
Kansas City 150/1
Pittsburgh 200/1

5. Odds to win the 2011 NL Pennant

Phillies 8/5
San Francisco 13/2
Milwaukee 9/1
Atlanta 11/1
Cincinnati 11/1
Colorado 11/1
St. Louis 12/1
Chicago 16/1
Los Angeles 16/1
Florida 20/1
New York 22/1
San Diego 25/1
Houston 40/1
Washington 40/1
Arizona 45/1
Pittsburgh 100/1


6. Odds to win the 2011 NL East  

Phillies 1/3
Atlanta 4/1
Florida 9/1
New York 16/1
Washington 30/1

7. Odds to win the 2011 NL Central

Milwaukee 9/5
Cincinnati 2/1
St. Louis 3/1
Chicago 9/2
Houston 25/1
Pittsburgh 40/1

8. Odds to win the 2011 NL West

San Francisco 5/4
Colorado 2/1
Los Angeles 3/1
San Diego 11/1
Arizona 18/1

9. Odds to Win the 2011 NL Wild Card    

Atlanta 11/2     
Philadelphia 6/1
Milwaukee 13/2     
San Francisco 7/1       
Colorado 9/1       
Cincinnati 10/1
St. Louis 11/1     
Chicago 12/1
Los Angeles 12/1     
Florida 16/1
San Diego 16/1     
New York 18/1     
Arizona 20/1     
Washington 22/1     
Houston 25/1     
Pittsburgh 35/1      

10. 2011 NL MVP - Odds to Win    

Albert Pujols 3/1
Joey Votto 11/2
Ryan Braun 8/1
Troy Tulowitzki 8/1
Carlos Gonzalez 12/1
Prince Fielder 12/1
Hanley Ramirez 15/1
Ryan Howard 15/1
Matt Holliday 18/1
Ryan Zimmerman 25/1
Jose Reyes 30/1
Brian McCann 35/1
David Wright 35/1
Jason Bay 35/1
Jason Heyward 35/1
Jayson Werth 35/1
Matt Kemp 35/1
Roy Halladay 35/1
Buster Posey 35/1
Cliff Lee 40/1
Josh Johnson 40/1
Shane Victorino 40/1
Andre Ethier 50/1
Andrew McCutchen 50/1
Aramis Ramirez 50/1
Carlos Pena 50/1
Jimmy Rollins 50/1
Justin Upton 50/1
Aubrey Huff 50/1
Jason Bartlett 75/1
Colby Rasmus 100/1

11. 2011 NL Cy Young - Odds to Win         

Roy Halladay 4/1
Tim Lincecum 4/1
Cliff Lee 7/1
Josh Johnson 7/1
Cole Hamels 10/1
Roy Oswalt 10/1
Ubaldo Jimenez 10/1
Chris Carpenter 15/1
Clayton Kershaw 15/1
Matt Cain 15/1
Yovani Gallardo 15/1
Zack Greinke 15/1
Mat Latos 20/1
Tommy Hanson 20/1
Jaime Garcia 25/1
Tim Hudson 25/1
Shaun Marcum 25/1
Matt Garza 30/1
Ted Lilly 30/1
Brett Myers 50/1
Johnny Cueto 50/1
Bronson Arroyo 50/1
Chad Billingsley 50/1
Ryan Dempster 75/1
Ricky Nolasco 100/1
J.A Happ 150/1

 
12. Who will hit the most Home Runs in the 2011 Regular Season?
        

Albert Pujols 7/1
Adam Dunn 7/1
Prince Fielder 10/1
Jose Bautista 10/1
Ryan Howard 10/1
Miguel Cabrera 12/1
Adrian Gonzalez 14/1
Mark Teixeira 18/1
Joey Votto 25/1
Mike Stanton 25/1
Alex Rodriguez 28/1
Troy Tulowitzki 30/1
Carlos Gonzalez 30/1
Carlos Pena 30/1
Mark Reynolds 30/1
Evan Longoria 35/1
Josh Hamilton 35/1
Nelson Cruz 35/1
Ryan Braun 35/1
Corey Hart 50/1
Dan Uggla 50/1
Jason Heyward 50/1
Jay Bruce 50/1
Justin Morneau 50/1
Kendry Morales 50/1
Paul Konerko 50/1
Robinson Cano 60/1
Adam Lind 75/1
Jayson Werth 75/1
Aaron Hill 100/1
Andre Ethier 100/1
Chase Utley 100/1
Colby Rasmus 100/1
Curtis Granderson 100/1
David Ortiz 100/1
David Wright 100/1
Hanley Ramirez 100/1
Kevin Youkilis 100/1
Matt Holliday 100/1
Matt Kemp 100/1
Ryan Zimmerman 100/1
Rickie Weeks 125/1
Buster Posey 150/1
Tyler Colvin 150/1


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