Baltimore Orioles Odds

Retail sports betting is now legal in Maryland. With five of the state’s six casinos boasting sportsbooks, and one likely to come at Oriole Park at Camden Yards in the near future, Marylanders have options to place in-person bets on the Baltimore Orioles.

Bettors in Maryland will have to wait a little longer to place any bets on their phones, as the state continues to have no firm timeline on when mobile sports betting will be made legal. Officials were initially aiming to launch by the beginning of the upcoming NFL season. 

If you’re an avid sports bettor or simply a fan of the Orioles, here’s how to bet the O’s at the best Maryland retail sportsbooks, including live odds for tonight’s Orioles game, Orioles odds for the World Series and more.

Today’s Orioles Odds: Run line, World Series, Props

Stay in touch with the current odds on the Baltimore Orioles with the live odds feed below. See which Maryland sportsbooks offer the best betting odds on the next Orioles game, odds to win the World Series or for specific player props. If you see odds you like, you can click them to go right to the sportsbook, create an account and start betting.

Today’s Orioles run line

Orioles World Series, AL odds

Cedric Mullins MVP, prop odds

Will there be a sportsbook at Oriole Park at Camden Yards?

As noted, Oriole Park is eligible to offer a sportsbook. Now, will the franchise do so?

Over the past few years, professional sports teams have agreed to partnerships with sports betting operators to open betting lounges in their home facilities. The Denver Broncos, for example, have a deal with BetMGM to open a lounge inside Empower Field at Mile High Stadium.

However, betting lounges differ from actual brick-and-mortar sportsbooks. They essentially serve as meeting places to make bets on mobile devices or for assistance in setting up sports betting accounts. There are no kiosks or betting windows as one would find at retail sportsbooks.

If you’re looking for betting action on the Washington Nationals, on the other hand, they recently launched a physical sportsbook at Nationals Park with BetMGM sports betting. With mobile betting still working to officially be made legal in Maryland, the Orioles could choose to do the same at Camden Yards.

Which sportsbook could partner with the Orioles?

Maryland’s nascent sports betting market will no doubt draw operators who are hungry to capitalize on the new market.

DraftKings and FanDuel are front-runners in any state with regulated sports betting. Although FanDuel already has an existing partnership with the Washington Football Team to accept wagers in Virginia.

Considering MGM National Harbor will likely leverage the BetMGM brand, it would be fair to take that operator off the table. The same could be said for Caesars Maryland Sportsbook, which owns Horseshoe Casino Baltimore.

Other casinos in Maryland also figure to integrate recognizable sports betting operators. For example, Penn National could introduce Barstool Sports at its Hollywood Casino Perryville. Additionally, TwinSpires has an avenue at Ocean Downs Casino, owned by Churchill Downs Incorporated, which has an existing partnership with TwinSpires.

This leaves several brand-name sports betting operators looking for access to the Maryland market, including DraftKings and BetRivers Sportsbook.

While the license technically involves the team, expect the franchise to be hands-off when it comes to day-to-day sports betting operations.

Bet on Orioles props and futures

Beyond the standard run line, moneyline and totals bets, plenty of Maryland bettors enjoy the excitement of team and player props, where they can bet on individual aspects of the game rather than just the final outcome.

Team props, for example, could be bets on:

  • Whether the Orioles or their opponents will score first
  • Which team will be in the lead after a specific number of innings
  • Team run totals
  • Team hits
  • and more.

On the other hand, player props include various wagers on individual players, such as:

  • Over/under bets on a pitcher’s total strikeouts
  • Over/under on a player’s home runs
  • Over/under on a player’s total bases

etc. For each of these examples, your goal would be to pick whether a player will perform over or under a line that the sportsbook sets.

As for futures bets, we’ve already talked about how you can bet on the Orioles winning the World Series or bet on one of their players winning an award. Those are the main two MLB futures odds markets. Still, Maryland sportsbooks may also list odds for the league winner, the division winner, or for individual teams to make the playoffs.

Baltimore Orioles owner and bench staff

The Baltimore Orioles front office and on-field management consists of the following:

  • Principal owner: Peter Angelos
  • President (CEO): John P. Angelos
  • General manager: Mike Elias
  • Manager: Brandon Hyde

Peter Angelos purchased the Orioles from Eli Jacobs in 1993 for $173 million, which was the highest price for the purchase of a professional sports team at the time. His son, John P. Angelos, was the team’s COO and executive vice president from 1999 to 2020, when he became the CEO and chairman, tasked with overseeing day-to-day operations.

Mike Elias became the general manager of the Orioles in 2019, after previously holding executive roles for the St. Louis Cardinals (2007-11) and Houston Astros (2012-18). Brandon Hyde took the manager job in 2019 as well, having previously coached with the Florida Marlins and Chicago Cubs, with whom he won the World Series in 2016.

The team’s current bench staff also includes Fredi Gonzales (coach), Tim Cossins (field coordinator/catching instructor), Don Long (hitting coach), Chris Holt (pitching coach), Anthony Sanders (first base coach) and Tony Mansolino (third base coach).

Baltimore Orioles home games

Oriole Park at Camden Yards opened in 1992 and is owned by the Maryland Stadium Authority. Before that, the Orioles played at Memorial Stadium on 33rd Street.

  • Address: 333 W. Camden St., Baltimore, MD
  • Capacity: 45,971
  • Owner: Maryland Stadium Authority
  • Opening date: April 6, 1992
  • Architects: Joe Spear and Ben Barnert
  • Contact: 410-685-9800

How to watch or listen to Orioles games

If you can’t make the game in person, you can watch the Orioles on several TV stations, listen to radio broadcasts or stream the games online.

Orioles games are exclusively broadcast by the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network (MASN and MASN2). The games are televised in HD. Additionally, you can listen to the games on the radio through the team’s flagship station, 105.7 The Fan. You can also find them on dozens of other radio affiliates that are part of the Orioles Radio Network.

MLB.tv offers online streaming of all games, though Orioles games will be subject to local blackout restrictions if you’re in the team’s broadcasting area. In addition, certain Maryland online sportsbooks might have a live streaming option available on their websites once you register and place a deposit.

Brief history of the Baltimore Orioles

Baltimore has actually been home to a couple of franchises that used the Orioles name. The current incarnation began as the Milwaukee Brewers in 1901. However, in 1902, the franchise moved to St. Louis and changed its name to the Browns before finally moving to Baltimore in 1954, where it became the Baltimore Orioles. Here are some key dates in the team’s history:

  • 1901 — The Milwaukee Brewers join the newly formed American League.
  • 1902 — The team relocates to St. Louis to become the St. Louis Browns.
  • 1954 — The Miles-Krieger-Hoffberger group takes control of the franchise and names the team the Orioles after moving to Baltimore.
  • 1966 — The Orioles sweep the reigning champion Los Angeles Dodgers to win the World Series. Frank Robinson wins the American League MVP.
  • 1970 — The team secures its second World Series title by beating the Cincinnati Reds.
  • 1979 — The Oriole Bird becomes the team’s official mascot.
  • 1983 — The Baltimore Orioles win a third World Series, this one against the Philadelphia Phillies.
  • 1992 — The Memorial Stadium era ends after Oriole Park at Camden Yards opens.
  • 1993 — Peter Angelos becomes the majority owner of the team.
  • 2011 — The team reclaims a winning record after 14 straight losing seasons.

Orioles FAQ

Four Orioles players have claimed the Cy Young Award: Mike Cuellar (1969), Jim Palmer (1973, 1975, 1976), Mike Flanagan (1979) and Steve Stone (1980).

The following players have won the MVP award while playing for the Baltimore Orioles: Brooks Robinson (1964), Frank Robinson (1966), Boog Powel (1970) and Cal Ripken Jr. (1983 and 1991).

In 2020, the average ticket price for an Orioles home game was $81.

The Baltimore Orioles take their name from the Baltimore oriole, a small blackbird common in the eastern parts of the United States.

The Orioles have won three World Series titles — in 1966, 1970 and 1983.

The value of the Baltimore Orioles franchise in 2021 was an estimated $1.43 billion.

The Orioles have retired six numbers of their legendary personnel: No. 4 (Earl Weaver), No. 5 (Brooks Robinson), No. 8 (Cal Ripken Jr.), No. 20 (Frank Robinson), No. 22 (Jim Palmer) and No. 33 (Eddie Murray). In addition, the Orioles have retired No. 42, as has every other MLB team, in honor of Jackie Robinson.

The official mascot of the Baltimore Orioles is the Oriole Bird. It was introduced on April 6, 1979, at Memorial Stadium by hatching out of a giant egg.