July 8: Not much. LAD proceeds to lead the division by 13.5 games. Arizona, San Diego, and Colorado will be from the Wild Card hunt, but the branch title is currently out of reach.
June 26: No team has shorter divisional chances than the Dodgers, who also have Major League Baseball’s greatest record (55-26) and largest run differential (+131).
June 14: The Rockies and Diamondbacks are firmly in the search for a Wild Card berth in the NL, but have a 9.5-game hole into the Dodgers in the branch, hence their long odds.
June 3: The Dodgers remain rolling, despite a hot series from the Rockies, Los Angeles is now a prohibitive -10000 favorite, thanks to some nine-game lead from the West.
May 22: Can anyone catch the Dodgers? LA’s NL West odds have increased from -680 to -2300 within the previous three weeks.
May 6: So much for 2019 being a rebuilding year for the Diamondbacks. Arizona sits just one game behind LA from the tightly-packed AL West.
March 13: The Dodgers retooled about the fly this winter by obtaining All-Stars AJ Pollock and Russell Martin and hard-throwing World Series champ Joe Kelly. The NL West is theirs to lose.