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In the coming days all 30 MLB teams will open training camp -- "summer camp" as MLB is calling it -- and begin preparing for the 2020 baseball season. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the season to be shortened to 60 games. The marathon has become a sprint, and weirdness will ensue. I'm looking forward to it.

Now that we know how many games will be played in 2020, the folks at William Hill Sportsbook have put together over/under win totals for the 30 clubs this season. Let's take a stroll through them, shall we? We begin with the National League:

TeamOver/under 2020 win total

Los Angeles Dodgers

38.0

Atlanta Braves

33.5

Washington Nationals

33.0

Chicago Cubs

32.5

Cincinnati Reds

31.5

New York Mets

31.5

Philadelphia Phillies

31.5

St. Louis Cardinals

31.5

Arizona Diamondbacks

31.0

Milwaukee Brewers

30.5

San Diego Padres

30.5

Colorado Rockies

27.5

Pittsburgh Pirates

25.5

San Francisco Giants

25.0

Miami Marlins24.5

Taking the over on 31 wins for the D-Backs seems like easy money to me. I love their depth and their well-rounded roster. Also, the regional schedule means lots of games against the Giants, Mariners, and Rockies. That'll work in Arizona's favor. I expect them to play north of .500 ball this year.

On the flip side, give me the under on the Pirates at 25.5 wins. They're going to be bad and the over/under line reflects that, but I think they're going to be really bad. No Chris Archer and no Jameson Taillon means the rotation is very thin behind Joe Musgrove, and I'm not sure who's supposed to scare me in that lineup other than Josh Bell. I have them closer to 20 wins than 25.

Now here are the over/under win totals for the American League:

TeamOver/under 2020 win total

New York Yankees

37.5

Houston Astros

35.0

Minnesota Twins

34.0

Tampa Bay Rays

34.0

Oakland Athletics

32.5

Cleveland Indians

32.5

Boston Red Sox

31.5

Chicago White Sox

31.5

Los Angeles Angels

31.0

Texas Rangers

28.5

Toronto Blue Jays

27.5

Kansas City Royals

25.0

Seattle Mariners

23.5

Detroit Tigers

22.0

Baltimore Orioles

20.5

The over on the Rangers seems like a good bet to me. Joey Gallo is healthy and even a fading Corey Kluber will be an upgrade over what Texas got from their starters other than Lance Lynn and Mike Minor last season. That's not an easy division with the A's, Astros, and Angels (plus interleague against the Dodgers), but I see the Rangers at least getting to .500 in 2020.

As for the requisite under, gosh, I think it has to be the Orioles. Their best 60-game stretch last year was 24-36 and that was with Dylan Bundy, Andrew Cashner, Trey Mancini, and Jonathan Villar. Those guys are all gone now and they've been replaced by no one in particular. Their regional schedule is brutal as well. The under on the Orioles might be the easiest bet here. (Now prepare for the O's to randomly win 35 games.)