Detroit Tigers Odds
Here’s a complete look at betting on or against the Detroit Tigers at the top online sportsbooks in Michigan, including the best available odds for upcoming Tigers games plus deeper franchise stats to help pick those winners.
Today’s Tigers odds
See below for the best Tigers game lines at top online sportsbooks in Michigan. Click on any odds to go to the sportsbook, claim your bonus and get your bets in:
Tigers World Series odds
Below find current Tigers futures odds. Includes Tigers World Series odds, Tigers AL odds and AL Central odds. Click on any odds to go to the sportsbook and claim your bonus:
Javy Baez prop odds
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Next Up: Cleveland Guardians
- Game Day: Sunday, October 1, 2023
- Game Time: 3:10 PM
- Location: Detroit, Michigan
- Stadium: Comerica Park
Recent Meetings With The Guardians
|Date||Home Team||Moneyline Odds||Total Runs||Result|
|Last 6 Totals||Overall Record: -||O/U Record: -|
Tigers Insights Vs. Guardians
- The Tigers rank 24th in baseball with 164 home runs. They average one per game.
- Detroit's .381 slugging percentage is the third-lowest average in MLB.
- The Tigers have the fourth-worst batting average in the league (.236).
- The Tigers have hit at least two home runs in 47 games this season, and are 32-15 in those contests.
- The pitching staff for the Tigers has a collective 8.6 K/9, which ranks 18th in the majors.
Tigers' Last 10 Games
|Overall Record||ML Favorite Record||ML Underdog Record||Total Runs O/U/P||AVG Runs Scored||AVG Runs Allowed|
|7 - 3||4-2||2-2||5-4-1||5.0||3.0|
Betting Lines And Odds For Tigers Vs. Guardians
|Favorite||Favorite Moneyline||Underdog Moneyline||Run Line||Total Runs|
Tigers Betting Insights
- The Tigers are 25-14 in games they were listed as the moneyline favorite (winning 64.1% of those games).
- Detroit has been the underdog in 120 games this season and won 50 (41.7%) of those contests.
- The Tigers have played in 159 games with set over/under, and have combined with opponents to go over the total 75 times (75-77-7).
- Detroit has put together an 85-74-0 record against the spread this season (covering 53.5% of the time).
|Home||Away||Day||Night||vs. Starting RHP||vs. Starting LHP|
Tigers Players To Watch
- Spencer Torkelson paces the Tigers with 31 home runs and 95 runs batted in.
- Torkelson ranks 22nd in homers and 30th in RBI among all hitters in baseball.
- Kerry Carpenter has 17 doubles, two triples, 20 home runs and 31 walks while batting .277.
- Carpenter ranks 92nd in homers and 115th in RBI this season.
- Matt Vierling paces the Tigers with a team-high batting average of .259.
- Zach McKinstry is hitting .231 with 21 doubles, four triples, nine home runs and 44 walks.
Injuries For Detroit Vs. Cleveland
Tigers: Casey Mize: 60-Day Injured List (elbow), Alex Faedo: 15-Day Injured List (finger), Riley Greene: 60-Day Injured List (elbow), Mason Englert: 15-Day Injured List (hip), Matt Manning: 15-Day Injured List (foot), Tyler Alexander: 60-Day Injured List (shoulder), Freddy Pacheco: 60-Day Injured List (elbow), Matthew Boyd: 60-Day Injured List (elbow), Austin Meadows: 60-Day Injured List (personal)
Cleveland Guardians: David Fry: Paternity List (personal), Gabriel Arias: 10-Day Injured List (wrist), Tanner Bibee: 60-Day Injured List (hip), Logan Allen: 15-Day Injured List (shoulder)
|Riley Greene||60-Day Injured List||Elbow||.288 / .349 / .447, 11 HR, 37 RBI|
|Mason Englert||15-Day Injured List||Hip||4-3, 5.46 ERA, 6.6 K/9|
|Tyler Alexander||60-Day Injured List||Shoulder||2-1, 4.50 ERA, 9.0 K/9|
|Alex Faedo||15-Day Injured List||Finger||2-5, 4.45 ERA, 8.1 K/9|
|Matt Manning||15-Day Injured List||Foot||5-4, 3.58 ERA, 5.8 K/9|
|Matthew Boyd||60-Day Injured List||Elbow||5-5, 5.70 ERA, 9.3 K/9|
|Austin Meadows||60-Day Injured List||Personal||.238 / .238 / .286, 0 HR, 2 RBI|
|Freddy Pacheco||60-Day Injured List||Elbow||-|
|Casey Mize||60-Day Injured List||Elbow||-|
Betting on Tigers games at Comerica Park
When Comerica Park opened in 2000, it wasn’t the friendliest ballpark in the majors for hitters. However, major dimensional changes have turned it into a much more hitter-friendly stadium. You should consider ballpark setup when betting on Tigers home games.
Comerica Park is still considered a big ballpark, but it began as a behemoth. Its 420-foot center field wall remains intact, but the left-field fence has been moved in to 370 feet from 395. There was a flagpole in play in the left-center field as an homage to the old Tiger Stadium, but it has since been moved out of play.
However, there’s a dirt stripe that goes from the pitcher’s mound to home plate, referred to as the “keyhole,” that remains. It is difficult to quantify the keyhole or flagpole’s effect on hitters.
The one thing we do know is that Comerica Park isn’t exactly as homer-friendly as Tiger Stadium once was. The upper-deck seating in the right field at Tiger Stadium dangled over the fence and collected baseballs. However, Comerica Park’s center field fence is 20 feet shorter, as Tiger Stadium was 440 feet from to straightaway center.
The bottom line: Comerica Park still looks like it has a massive outfield, but it plays a little smaller than it first did. Remember that when betting on games there, particularly in terms of totals and individual props.
How to bet on the Tigers online in Michigan
Placing bets on or against the Tigers with Michigan sportsbook apps is a simple four-step process:
1. Download and install the app
Make sure the operating system on your iOS or Android device meets the minimum requirements. Then, you can download and install the sportsbook app of your choice from any sportsbook’s website. You’ll find sportsbook app links right here on PlayMichigan.
If you have an Android device, you’ll need to adjust your settings to allow app installations from sources outside of Google Play. Then you can download and install the app directly from an online sportsbook website.
Also, you’ll need to make sure the app can access your location. Otherwise, you may have to download geolocation software so the sportsbook can tell that you are in Michigan when you’re placing bets.
2. Sign up
You need to sign up for an account with the Michigan sportsbook app of your choice before you can place bets on or against the Tigers. Once you’ve downloaded the app, you can gather your personal information and tap the ‘Sign Up’ tab. That’ll take you to the registration page to enter that information. You should also note any promo or bonus code listed next to the link here on PlayMichigan, as you’ll need to enter that to guarantee the best bonus on offer.
3. Make a deposit
You can deposit money into your Michigan online sportsbook account through the app’s ‘Cashier’ tab. Simply choose from the list of available deposit methods, enter an amount, follow the prompts and fill in any details. Everything from credit and debit cards to online banking and even third-party payment processors such as PayPal should be available.
4. Browse and bet
Finally, browse through the available Detroit Tigers betting markets until you find something to bet on. You’ll find them under the “MLB” or “Baseball” tabs, either along the top or left-hand side.
Tapping on a bet will automatically create an online bet slip. Fill it out by entering betting amounts, adding other bets and possibly combining bets to make a parlay. You can play around with different amounts, as the bet slip will instantly display all potential payouts.
When you’re done, simply tap the ‘Place Bet’ tab to lock in your bets.
Detroit Tigers schedule
The Detroit Tigers play a traditional 162-game schedule. That means 19 games against each of the four other AL Central teams (76 games), six games against four other AL opponents and seven games against six other AL opponents (66 games). Another 20 interleague games will be played as well, rotating through a different division each year. The games will be split into one midweek series and one-weekend series every week throughout the six-month season.
The regular season runs from April through September followed by the MLB postseason. The World Series is scheduled to start on mid-late October and ends with a potential Game 7 no later than early Nov.
See above for the latest game lines and futures odds on the Detroit Tigers.
Tigers betting lines explained
Browsing through the MLB game lines at Michigan online sportsbooks, you’ll run into something that looks like this:
- Detroit Tigers (M. Boyd) +1.5 (-130) +125 O 4.5 (-110)
- Boston Red Sox (E. Rodríguez) -1.5 (+110) -150 U 4.5 (-110)
The names in brackets beside the teams are the projected starting pitchers. The numbers represent three different basic game lines.
First is the run line. Here, it’s the standard 1.5 run line, which is either deducted or added to a team’s score to determine a betting winner. The odds on the bets are in brackets and are either a negative (-) number on a $100 scale, representing how much you must bet to win $100 plus your bet back, or a positive (+) number, representing how much you can win, plus your bet back, on that scale.
Then, there’s moneyline betting, where you bet on the outright winner. Once again, there are negative (-) odds, representing how much you must bet to win $100 plus your bet back, or positive (+) odds, representing how much you can win, plus your bet back.
Finally, there’s the totals line, with the odds on totals bets in brackets. In this example, you’re placing a bet on whether the total combined runs scored will be five runs or more or four runs or less.
Tigers Vegas odds vs. online odds in MI
For the most part, the lines on Tigers games at online sportsbooks in Michigan will be the same as those inside traditional Las Vegas sportsbooks. However, Tigers lines can occasionally be more susceptible to movement at Michigan online sportsbooks than anywhere else.
That’s because line movement usually stems from more money being bet on one side or the other, and when one sportsbook moves a line, others don’t necessarily follow suit. Local interest drives betting, which means there’s more money bet locally on the Tigers than elsewhere, and, therefore, a bigger chance a Tigers line will move at Michigan sportsbooks than at a traditional Las Vegas sportsbook.
Tigers live betting
Live betting opens up a variety of increased betting opportunities to you. It gives you the chance to hedge bets, make up for mistakes and increase your action betting on live odds that change alongside the action in the game.
These are mostly the same markets you’re betting on before the game, but live betting markets can also include inning-by-inning bets and more prop bets at odds that are changing constantly based on score, inning and momentum. These things can all change fast, which means Michigan sports betting apps are the best way to get a bet down quickly. You can’t keep up in quite the same way when you wait in line at a betting window inside a retail sportsbook.
Detroit Tigers + PointsBet Partnership
If you bet on the Detroit Tigers with a Michigan online sportsbook, you can try it with the team’s official gaming partner. PointsBet inked a multi-year deal in 2020 to become the official gaming partner of the Detroit Tigers. At the time, it was the first sportsbook to sign a sponsorship deal with a Major League Baseball team. PointsBet is also an authorized gaming operator with MLB, ensuring it can use official MLB data.
The agreement with the Tigers means you can see the PointsBet name on the primary scoreboard and right-field wall at Comerica Park. PointsBet branding is also featured on Tigers TV broadcasts and the team’s digital platforms online.
PointsBet is online in Michigan through a market access deal with the Lac Vieux Desert Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians and its Northern Waters Casino. Sign up with PointsBet through our exclusive link using the promo code None - Use Links and you can get a welcome bonus up to $1,000 that can be used to bet on Tigers games.
Why bet the Tigers over other MLB teams?
Detroit will be moneyline underdogs in almost all of its games this season. You can lose the majority of your bets on MLB underdogs and still make money over the long haul.
MLB favorites only win 60% of their games, so as long as the odds are big enough, you only need to win about 40% of your bets on underdogs such as the Tigers to come out ahead. Betting on MLB underdogs can (emphasis on “can” – no sports betting system can ensure a profit) make you score bigger wins.
Betting big favorites at high prices means big risk with small rewards, while betting MLB underdogs means losing a lot of bets, but making up for it when you win a few at long Tigers betting odds.
Tigers stats leaders
Here’s a look at the Tigers’ leaders in a few key stats over the past two seasons:
|Batting Avg||Harold Castro .271||Harold Castro .283|
|HR||Javier Baez 17||Robbie Grossman 23|
|Hits||Javier Baez 132||Jonathan Schoop 173|
|RBIs||Javier Baez 67||Jonathan Schoop 84|
|Runs||Javier Baez 64||Robbie Grossman 88|
|Pitching Wins||Tarik Skubal and Alex Lange 7||Tarik Skubal 8|
|Saves||Gregory Soto 30||Gregory Soto 18|
Tigers top prospects
The Tigers farm system isn’t considered to be very strong. Here are the team’s top 5 prospects heading into 2023 according to MLB.com:
- Jackson Jobe, RHP
- Jace Jung, 2B
- Wilmer Flores, RHP
- Ty Madden, RHP
- Peyton Graham, SS
Tigers bench staff
Here’s a look at the new Tigers staff:
- Manager: 14 A.J. Hinch
- Bench coach: 26 George Lombard
- Hitting coach: 37 Keith Beauregard
- Hitting coach: 49 Michael Brdar
- Pitching coach: 41 Chris Fetter
- First base coach: 99 Alfredo Amezaga
- Third base coach: 44 Gary Jones
- Catching coach: 88 Tim Federowicz
Recent Tigers managers
Here’s a look at the Detroit Tigers managers and their records since 2006:
|A. J. Hinch||2021–present||Updated monthly|
|Lloyd McClendon||2020 (interim)||2-6|
Detroit Tigers home games
- Home Stadium: Comerica Park (since 2000)
- Address: 2100 Woodward Ave.
- Location: Detroit, MI
- Owner: Detroit-Wayne County Stadium Authority
- Operator: 313 Presents
- Baseball Capacity: 41,083
- Groundbreaking: Oct. 29, 1997
- Opened: Apr. 11, 2000
- Construction Cost: $300 million
- Previous Home: Tigers Stadium (1912–1999)
- Franchise Value: Estimated franchise value of the Detroit Tigers is $1.25B.
Best Tigers sports bar in Michigan
If you have to pick one place to watch and bet on a Tigers game, it should be:
BetMGM Sports Lounge
- 1777 3rd Ave., Detroit, MI 48226
The self-proclaimed “King of Sportsbooks,” the BetMGM Sports Lounge is at MGM Grand Detroit and just five minutes away from Comerica Park. Features include six BetMGM Sportsbook windows, 22 BetMGM betting Kiosks, 60 HDTVs, plush lounge seating and high-top seating, 14 bar-top video poker machines and a full bar with signature craft cocktails and local craft beers.
Local Tigers TV broadcasts air on Bally Sports Detroit with Matt Shepard, Kirk Gibson and Jack Morris.
You can also find the games on the radio via the Detroit Tigers Radio Network with Dan Dickerson and Jim Price.
For more information on Bally Sports Detroit accessibility, follow our coverage at this link.
How can I watch or stream Tigers games in MI?
You can stream the Tigers’ regular-season games via with a subscription to MLB.TV via MLB.com.
It’s hard to say exactly how much money is bet on the Tigers. What we do know is that New Jersey saw more than $430 million bet on baseball in 2020. New Jersey has a more mature sports betting market, but Michigan’s is potentially bigger and the MLB schedule is back to 162 games in 2021. Translated: There will be more betting opportunities than in 2020.
The average price of an individual Tigers game ticket is close to $60. When tickets become available in 2021, you should be able to procure them through MLB.com/Tigers.
The Tigers have retired nine numbers:
- #2 Charlie Gehringer
- #3 Alan Trammell
- #5 Hank Greenberg
- #6 Al Kaline
- #11 George “Sparky” Anderson
- #16 Hal Newhouser
- #23 Willie Horton
- #47 Jack Morris
- #42 Jackie Robinson
The Detroit Tigers’ mascot is an anthropomorphic Bengal Tiger wearing a Tigers jersey and hat. His name is Paws, and he’s been around since 1995 at Tiger Stadium, and now Comerica Park.
The Detroit Tigers’ Twitter account is @tigers. It uses the tagline “No one roots like #DetroitRoots” and boasts 1.4 million followers. The account joined Twitter in April 2009.
The Detroit Tigers had a 72 overall rating in the MLB The Show 20 video game and it should be close to the same in 2021 when the game is released in late April.
Forbes valued the Detroit Tigers at $1.25 billion in 2019. That’s close to 10 times what the team was worth two seasons before Comerica Park replaced Tiger Stadium.
Kirk Gibson is currently the color commentator for the Detroit Tigers on Bally Sports Detroit and he also works as a special assistant to the team. Gibson played most of his MLB career with the Tigers, famously hitting a three-run homer off Goose Gossage to clinch the Tigers 1984 World Series win over San Diego. It was the last time the Tigers won a title.