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Dodgers over/under set at 92½ wins in 2015

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Dodgers manager Don Mattingly thinks 92½ wins is too low.
Dodgers manager Don Mattingly thinks 92½ wins is too low.
Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

LOS ANGELES -- For the second consecutive season, the Dodgers have the highest over/under win total in baseball per the folks at Bovada. The odds makers at Bovada have set 92½ as the over/under for Dodgers wins in 2015, tied with the Washington Nationals for the highest number in baseball.

No other team has a number over 90, with the Angels (89½), Cardinals (88½), Red Sox (86½) and Mariners (86½) up next.

A stirring offseason makeover by new general manager A.J. Preller have made the Padres a popular pick to rise in the National League West, and Bovada has set their over/under at 85½ wins. The defending World Series champion Giants are next at 84½ wins. The Rockies and Diamondbacks round out the division with an over/under of 71½ wins.

The Dodgers had an over/under of 92½ wins in 2014 by Bovada, three more than any other team. The club finished with 94 wins. In 2013, the Dodgers beat their over/under of 90½ with 92 wins.

For the Dodgers to beat their over/under in 2015 would require at least 93 wins, a mark the club hasn't reached in consecutive years since 1977-1978.