(The Spread) - Oddsmakers have updated the odds to win for the 2013 American League and National League MVP odds, where two of the hottest hitters in baseball are currently favored.
According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, Tigers' slugger Miguel Cabrera is a 2/1 favorite to win this year's American League MVP award at 2/1, while Chris Davis of the Orioles has the next best odds at 5/1 and Robinson Cano of the Yankees is 11/2. Ian Kinsler of the Rangers, meanwhile, is 15/1, while Cabrera's teammate Prince Fielder is 10/1.
Continuing with the MVP odds in the American League, Adam Jones, Mike Trout and Carlos Santana are all 12/1, respectively, while Albert Pujols is 15/1 despite his struggles this year. Mike Napoli, Yu Darvish and Clay Buchholz are all 20/1, respectively, while Evan Longoria and Josh Hamilton are 25/1, respectively. Adrian Beltre of the Rangers has the longest odds at 33/1.
In the National League, Justin Upton of the Braves have the best odds to win the MVP at 9/2, while Bryce Harper of the Nationals is 11/2 and Troy Tulowitzki of the Rockies is 15/2. Joey Votto, Buster Posey and Ryan Braun are 10/1, respectively, while Adrian Gonzalez, Pablo Sandoval, Carlos Gonzalez, Carlos Gomez and John Buck are all 12/1, respectively.
Continuing with the MVP odds in the National League, Shin-Soo Choo is 15/1, while Yadier Molina, Starling Marte and Andrew McCutchen are all 20/1, respectively. Michael Cuddyer, Dexter Fowler and David Wright are 25/1, respectively, while Willin Rosario, Carl Crawford and Ryan Howard are all 33/1 long shots, respectively.