Odds To Win The 2015 MLB World Series Week 8
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Heading into week 8 I still love the Tigers for the best value currently at +1200.
It seems I bang this drum all the time for the Motown Boys, however Miguel Cabrera is healthy this year, they have Yoenis Cespedes, and David Price is a legit ace.
There is no doubt that KC is a formidable opponent to the AL Central, but I like them to play just .500 the rest of the way through.
The whole Royals lineup is north of .300 (or career bests), and Chris Young can’t continue this torrid stretch of brilliant pitching.
I think the KC club is still and, 85 – 89 win club all day long, and I am happy I marked them as one of my favorite over/unders in the preseason, with a low total of 81 victories as the line.
Don’t bet either New York club with those anemic odds.
Odds To Win The 2015 World Series:
#1 – Washington Nationals +550. (This isn’t a bad odd at all. One of these years the favorite will win.)
#2 – LA Dodgers +600 (SF sneaking up on them, don’t like the odd).
#3 – St. Louis Cardinals +1000
#3 – Kansas City Royals +1000 (shouldn’t be ahead of Detroit in my view, don’t wager).
#5 – Detroit Tigers + 1200
#6 – SF Giants + 1600 (not a great odd, but not far off where they should be).
#6 – Houston Astros + 1600 (don’t bet this mark. While o believe Houston is better, this reminds me of the Brewers last year.)
#8 – LA Angels + 1700
#9 – Chicago Cubs + 1800
#9 – Seattle Mariners + 1800
#9 – NY Mets +1800
#12 – Tampa Bay Rays + 2000 (stay clear. There is no way Tampa can keep this up with that offense.)
#13 – NY Yankees +2100 (hate their roster. Failing to add Starters will ruin their second half.)
#13 – Boston Red Sox + 2100. (I like this number because I fully expect the Beantowners to add more pitching as the season goes on)
#15 – San Diego Padres + 2500 (the first realistic value I have seen for the Padres. Still think they are a 75 win team. Should trade Justin Upton at deadline.
#16 – Pittsburgh Pirates + 2800 (like this odd now that McCutchen is raking the ball again)
#16 – Baltimore Orioles + 2800
#18 – Toronto Blue Jays + 3000
Baltimore and Toronto must both pull the trigger for some pitching.
#19 – Atlanta Braves + 3300
#19 – Texas Rangers +3300 (the offense is starting to heat up, and they could pull off a trade for some pitching. Josh Hamilton is the wildcard. Not a bad value for the squad.)
#21 – Minnesota Twins +3500
#21 – Cleveland Indians + 3500 (the Tribe have played great in the last week. Going to be tough running down KC or Detroit though. Odd is about right)
#21 – Chicago White Sox + 3500
#24 – Miami Marlins + 5000
#24 – Cincinnati Reds +5000
#26 – Oakland A’s +7500
#27 – Arizona D’Backs +8000 (might be worth a few scheckels. Any club with Goldschmidt could win 82 – 85, and maybe enough for 2nd wildcard spot
#28 – Milwaukee Brewers + 20000
#28 – Philadelphia Phillies + 20000
#30 – Colorado Rockies + 25000
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Posted on May 26, 2015, in gambling 101 and tagged al central, AL East, AL West, All 30 MLB Teams, American league, Andrew McCutchen, arizona diamondbacks, Atlanta Braves, baltimore orioles, boston red sox, chicago cubs, chicago white sox, chris young, cincinnati reds, cleveland indians, colorado rockies, david price, detroit tigers, houston astros, josh hamilton, justin upton, kansas city royals, la angels, la dodgers, miami marlins, miguel cabrera, milwaukee brewers, minnesota twins, national league, new york mets, new york yankees, NL Central, NL east, nl west, oakland athletics, paul goldschmidt, philadelphia phillies, pittsburgh pirates, prince fielder, san diego padres, san francisco giants, seattle mariners, st louis cardinals, tampa bay rays, texas rangers, toronto blue jays, washington nationals, yoenis cespedes. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.