Not much has changed at the very top of the MLB MVP odds boards as both Aaron Judge and Paul Goldschmidt remain the top dogs in their respective leagues, with neither showing signs of substantially slowing down.

Reigning AL MVP Shohei Ohtani is, however, looking stronger with every week — possibly powered by rage that the Angels stink despite his superhuman efforts.

Here are the latest MVP odds.

Odds to win AL MVP

Odds courtesy of FanDuel as of July 3, 2022.

AL MVP favorites

Aaron Judge, New York Yankees (-125)

The Yankees have largely gotten by on pitching this season, but someone has to generate offense. Though he leads the majors in home runs with 29, Judge is mired in a slight slump, batting just .118 with two home runs in his last 10 games. Still, every season has peaks and valleys and oddsmakers don't appear to be concerned.

The slugger's overall stellar play has his Yanks squad looking unbeatable as they stand at 58-22 and have emerged as the betting favorites in the latest World Series odds. With the next two AL MVP candidates playing for the sub-.500 Angels, this award may be Judge's to lose.