Odds To Win The 2016 MLB World Series
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Answer me a question bet365.com? The Dodgers were a +1500 odd when the start of Spring Training commenced, are without Corey Seager, Howie Kendrick, Yasmani Grandal, Brett Anderson, Andre Ethier as of right now on the big roster, and you saw fit to move them to +1300. Wrong. They automatically go to a poor wager from a good one just weeks ago.
The Jays have also jumped from +1000 to +800 but since I have them and the Cubs winning their respective leagues. the odds are about where they should be.
Previously I had the Giants on the bad odd list, however with the recent rash of injuries to Los Angeles, and a horrible break for A.J. Pollock of the D’Backs, confidence is at an all time high for the Giants to take the NL West.
The Kansas City Royals have a lower win total on the year over/under than Cleveland. but have a +1300 odd to win the World Series. Baffles me guys.
The Cardinals lose just one game and now are on par with the Pirates as the 10th best favorite to win. Love the odds for both of these clubs.
Detroit was a good bet last month at +2500, but are now properly pegged, as are Cleveland.
With the Angels having such a thin roster it surprises me that they are sitting up with the Mariners for value, as opposed to being near the A’s,where they probably should be.
If you don’t bet today, maybe wait until Toronto takes 2 of the next 3 from you in Tampa this week. that would increase it to +6000 or +6600.
Both of the Brewers and Padres are going to fire sale their teams before the trade deadline, so unless they were in the bottom 4, they would be picked for a bad odd. Colorado has a better chance to be a respectable club with that offense and solid Bullpen.
Odds To Win 2016 World Championship
Blue – Good Value
Red – Bad Value
Chicago Cubs +600
Toronto Blue Jays +800
SF Giants +900
Boston Red Sox +1000
NY Mets +1100
Washington Nationals +1100
KC Royals +1300
LA Dodgers +1300
Houston Astros +1300
St. Louis Cards +1600
Pittsburgh Pirates +1600
Texas Rangers +1600
NY Yankees +1600
Arizona Diamondbacks +1800
Detroit Tigers +2000
Cleveland Indians +2000
LA Angels +2500
Seattle Mariners +2500
Chicago White Sox +3500
Miami Marlins +5000
Minnesota Twins +5000
Baltimore Orioles +5000
TB Rays +5000
Oakland A’s +7500
SD Padres +8000
Milwaukee Brewers +12500
Cincinnati Reds +15000
Atlanta Braves +17500
Colorado Rockies +25000
Philadelphia Phillies +35000
Odds courtesy of bet365.com
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