The 2022 MLB season was a treat, and we got to see several amazing performances from some of the biggest and brightest stars in the game.
The MVPs in both the American League and National League certainly put on a good show.
In the NL, St. Louis Cardinals slugger Paul Goldschmidt ran away with the MVP Award, hitting .317 with 35 home runs and 115 RBI.
In the AL, it was New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge, who broke the single-season record set by Yankees great Roger Maris back in 1961, earning the honor.
On Twitter, MLB Network released the MVP odds for 2023, courtesy of BetMGM.
Who are your early picks for MVP heading into next season? pic.twitter.com/FYA8YR97qt
— MLB Network (@MLBNetwork) January 31, 2023
First, we’ll look at the NL.
Goldschmidt is the reigning MVP and is on the list, but not at the top.
This year, the odds are pointing to San Diego Padres star Juan Soto to have a breakout year and earn the award.
His odds sit at +550.
Mookie Betts is second on the list with +900 odds.
Goldschmidt sits at +1200 odds, followed by Ronald Acuna Jr. Nolan Arenado, Manny Machado, and Trea Turner.
In the AL, the last two MVPs are at the top with odds of +200 and +500, respectively.
However, it’s Shohei Ohtani at the top spot, with Judge right behind him.
Three-time MVP Mike Trout is next on the list with +650 odds.
Rounding out the list are Rookie of the Year Julio Rodriguez, Yordan Alvarez, and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. who have odds of +800, +1100, and +1500, respectively.
If the odds are any indication, it’s going to be a tight race for the MVP in both leagues.NEXT: MLB Writer Reveals Start Times For The London Series