Kris Bryant, Anthony Rizzo face long odds in Home Run Derby

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The odds have been released for the MLB All-Star Game and its various events.

The National League is a slight 5-6 favorite to win the game, according to sportsbettingdime.com. Pete Rose is 1-9 to make an appearance and 15-2 to be a no-show.

Here are some other props via sportsbettingdime.com:

MLB All-Star MVP Odds:

Mike Trout – 5/1

Bryce Harper – 6/1

Todd Frazier – 8/1

Josh Donaldson – 10/1

Paul Goldschmidt – 10/1

Albert Pujols – 13/1

Andrew McCutchen – 16/1

Dee Gordon – 18/1

Max Scherzer – 20/1

Chris Sale – 20/1

Field – 13/2

Celebrity Softball Game MVP Odds:

Snoop Dogg – 9/2

Andy Dalton – 5/1

Macklemore – 6/1

Justin Moore – 8/1

Miles Teller – 10/1

Rob Riggle – 12/1

Jordan Sparks – 14/1

Urban Meyer – 16/1

Field – 5/1

Odds to Win the HR Derby:

Albert Pujols – 7/2

Todd Frazier – 4/1

Joc Pederson – 9/2

Prince Fielder – 7/1

Josh Donaldson – 8/1

Anthony Rizzo – 9/1

Kris Bryant – 12/1

Manny Machado – 18/1

Odds to Hit the Furthest HR in the HR Derby

Prince Fielder – 3/1

Joc Pederson – 7/2

Josh Donaldson – 7/1

Albert Pujols – 7/1

Kris Bryant – 9/1

Anthony Rizzo – 9/1

Todd Frazier – 12/1

Manny Machado – 14/1

Over/Under on the Number of 475 Foot HRs during the HR Derby: 1.5

Odds to Win the NL/AL “Final Vote”:

National League

Johnny Cueto – 1/1

Carlos Martinez – 3/1

Troy Tulowitzki – 5/1

Clayton Kershaw – 7/1

Jeurys Familia – 50/1

American League

Mike Moustakas – 1/1

Brian Dozier – 3/1

Yoenis Cespedes – 5/1

Xander Bogaerts – 24/1

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