Updated Odds To Win The 2014 World Series As Of Right Now
By Chuck Booth (Lead Baseball Analyst/Website Owner): Follow @chuckbooth3024
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9 days ago I posted my last article on these odds. One of my captions was to pick the Mariners at +4000 for a couple of bucks considering they may land Robinson Cano.
If they were to trade for David Price (by packaging Taijuan Walker, Nick Franklin, another prospect and maybe a relief pitcher, they would have 3 dominant top pitchers, plus a young fireballer in James Paxton still.
This team would vaguely resemble the type of squad the Giants were in 2010. A great deal of pitching and a decent enough offense.
The third best value has to go with the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Colorado Rockies.
The D’Backs haven’t moved up despite picking up potential 40 HR man Mark Trumbo.
For the record, I am still predicting the LA Dodgers will represent the National League in the 2014 World Series, but they could battle injuries and lackluster play in any given season based on their temperament.
The worst odds on the board still reside for the Atlanta Braves, LA Angels and Toronto Blue Jays. Until the LA Angels pick up a 3rd OF, plus a DH – simply steer clear!
The Braves have not had a productive 2013 winter either. The Blue Jays are likely to finish no higher than 4th.
A couple of sleeper teams might also be the Pirates and Orioles, but they have to become active in Free Agency.
Odds To Win The 2014 World Series
1. LA Dodgers +700
2. Washington Nationals +800
3. Detroit Tigers +900
T4. St. Louis Cardinals +1000
T4. Boston Red Sox +1000
6. Texas Rangers +1100
T7. Oakland Athletics +1400
T7. Atlanta Braves +1400
T9. New York Yankees +1500
T9. LA Angels +1500
T9. Cincinnati Reds +1500
T12. Tampa Bay Rays +1800
T12. Toronto Blue Jays +1800
14. Kansas City Royals +2200
15. Cleveland Indians +2300
T16. San Francisco Giants +2500
T16. Pittsburgh Pirates +2500
T16. Baltimore Orioles +2500
T19. Arizona Diamondbacks +3300
T19. Seattle Mariners +4000
21. Philadelphia Phillies +3500
22. Milwaukee Brewers +4000
23. Chicago White Sox +4500
T24. Chicago Cubs +5500
T24. Colorado Rockies +5500
26. San Diego Padres +6600
27. Minnesota Twins +8000
28. New York Mets +8000
29. Miami Marlins +10000
30. Houston Astros +25000
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