Phillies 2022 Postseason Betting Lines, Props and PA Sportsbook Specials

Written By Corey Sharp on October 10, 2022 - Last Updated on November 4, 2022
Phillies postseason odds and player props ready at PA sportsbooks

The Philadelphia Phillies‘ improbable run continues. As the National League’s sixth seed, the Phillies upset the reigning world champion Atlanta Braves, 3-1, in the National League Division Series and defeated the San Diego Padres, 4-1, in the National League Championship Series.

The Phillies are now facing the Houston Astros in the World Series. The Phillies’ last World Series appearance was 2009 when they lost to the New York Yankees 4-2. This is the Astros’ fourth World Series appearance since 2017.

There are a number of ways to bet on Phillies postseason odds. They include spread, moneyline, series odds, props and futures betting. Get the latest odds here.

Philadelphia Phillies vs. Houston Astros next game odds

Compare the best odds for the next Phillies vs. Astros game here. Use the dropdown menu to view moneyline, spread and over/under totals.

The Phillies opened as +165 underdogs to win the World Series vs. the Astros (-190 moneyline) at FanDuel Sportsbook PA.

Announced pitching matchups for NLDS:

  • Game 1 (Friday, Oct. 28, 8:03 p.m.): Aaron Nola vs. Justin Verlander
  • Game 2 (Saturday, Oct. 29, 8:03 p.m.): Zack Wheeler vs. Framber Valdez
  • Game 3 (Tuesday, Nov.1, 8:03 p.m.): Lance McCullers Jr. vs. Ranger Suarez
  • Game 4 (Wednesday, Nov. 2 8:03 p.m.): Cristian Javier vs. Aaron Nola
  • Game 5 (Thursday, Nov. 3, 8:03 p.m.): Justin Verlander vs. Noah Syndergaard
  • Game 6 (Saturday, Nov. 5, 8:03 p.m.): Framber Valdez vs. Zack Wheeeler
  • Game 7 (Sunday, Nov. 6, 8:03 p.m.): TBD vs. TBD

Game 1: Phillies are underdogs with a moneyline of +140 (Astros -165). Result: Phillies win  6-5

Game 2: Phillies are underdogs with a moneyline of +125 (Astros -145). Result: Astros win 5-2.

Game 3: Phillies are still underdogs at +110 (Astros -130) with the series shifting to Philadelphia. Result: Phillies win 7-0.

Game 4: After a beatdown in Game 3, the Phillies are a small favorite at -115 (Astros -105). Result: Astros win 5-0.

Game 5: Phillies are a +135 underdog after getting shut out in Game 4. Astros are priced around -160. Result: Astros win 3-2.

Game 6: Phillies are +130 (Astros -150) in a must-win game in Houston. The Astros lead 3-2 in the series.

Here is how PA sportsbooks set the odds before the series:

Check back for results and future game odds.

Philadelphia Phillies futures odds at PA online sportsbooks

At the start of the 2022 MLB season, PA online sportsbooks had the Phillies somewhere around +2800 to win the World Series and +1400 to win the NL Pennant. Here’s where the Phils currently stand:

Phillies odds to win the World Series:

PA online sportsbooks betting specials

Bet the NLCS between the Phillies and Padres using BetMGM PA sportsbook. BetMGM is running a parlay special on any MLB playoff game.

Opt in and bet a four-leg parlay for $25, and if your bet misses by one leg, you’ll be credited with a free bet.

Philadelphia vs. Houston team and player props

PA sports betting apps are also full of team and player props for postseason baseball. Most books also allow bettors to combine prop or game bets in same game parlays. Here’s a selection of some of the prop betting options you’ll find in PA.

Team to score in first inning

Number of strikeouts (over/under)

Number of hits allowed (over/under)

To hit a home run

To get a stolen base

World Series odds at PA sports betting apps

NLCS Philadelphia Phillies vs. San Diego Padres series odds and results

The Phillies opened as +100 underdogs to win the NLCS vs. the Padres (-120 moneyline) at FanDuel Sportsbook PA.

Announced pitching matchups for NLDS:

  • Game 1 (Tuesday, Oct. 18, 8:03 p.m.): Zack Wheeler vs. Yu Darvish
  • Game 2 (Wednesday, Oct. 19, 4:37 p.m.): Aaron Nola vs. Blake Snell
  • Game 3 (Friday, Oct. 20, 7:37 p.m.): Ranger Suarez vs. Joe Musgrove
  • Game 4 (Saturday, Oct. 21, 7:45 p.m.): Bailey Falter vs. Mike Clevinger
  • Game 5 (Sunday, Oct. 22, 2:37 p.m.): Zack Wheeler vs. Yu Darvish

Game 1: Phillies opened as slight underdogs with a moneyline of +102 (Padres -120). Result: Phillies win 2-0.

Game 2: The Phillies were once again slight underdogs at -102 (Padres ML -116). Result: Padres win 8-5. Series tied 1-1.

Game 3: Phillies ML +100, Padres -120. Result: Phillies win 4-2. Result: Phillies win 4-2.

Game 4: Phillies ML -112, Padres -104. Phillies win 10-6 to take 3-1 series lead.

Game 5: Phillies -144, Padres +122. Result: Phillies win 4-3.

Here is how PA sportsbooks set the odds before the series:

  • Caesars PA sportsbook: Padres -125 / Phillies +105
  • DraftKings PA sportsbook: Padres -120 / Phillies +105

NLDS Phillies vs. Braves series odds and results

Announced pitching matchups for NLDS:

  • Game 1 (Tuesday, Oct. 11, 1:07 p.m.): Ranger Suarez vs. Max Fried
  • Game 2 (Wednesday, Oct. 12, 4:35 p.m.): Zack Wheeler vs. Kyle Wright
  • Game 3 (Friday, Oct. 14, 4:37 p.m.): Aaron Nola vs. Spencer Strider
  • Game 4 (Saturday, Oct. 15, 2:07 p.m.): Noah Syndergaard vs. Charlie Morton

Game 1: The Phillies opened with odds of +165 with the Braves set as -195 moneyline favorites at DraftKings PA sportsbook. Result: The Phillies win 7-6.

Game 2: The Phillies were +120 on the moneyline. Result: The Phillies lose 3-0.

Game 3: The Phillies opened as slight favorites at -115 vs. Braves -105 at most PA sportsbooks. Result: Phillies win 9-1.

Game 4: Phillies were slight underdogs at +105 or +110 with the Braves at -110. Result: Phillies win 8-3.

Here is how Pennsylvania sportsbooks priced series winner odds before the series:

  • DraftKings: Braves -185 / Phillies +155
  • FanDuel: Braves -186 / Phillies +158
  • Caesars: Braves -200 / Phillies +174
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Corey Sharp is the Lead Writer at PlayPennsylvania bringing you comprehensive coverage of sports betting and gambling in Pennsylvania. Corey is a 4-for-4 Philly sports fan and previously worked as a writer and editor for the Philadelphia Inquirer and NBC Sports Philadelphia.

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