2013 World Series Opening Odds

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(The Spread) – Even though they were swept out of the 2012 World Series, the Detroit Tigers have opened as the favorites to win next year’s MLB championship.

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Oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv have installed the Tigers as 6/1 favorites to win the 2013 World Series, while the New York Yankees have the next best odds at 7/1. The team that beat the Tigers in this year’s championship game, the San Francisco Giants, are 10/1 to win the 2013 World Series.

The Texas Rangers, Washington Nationals, and Los Angeles Angels are all 12/1, respectively, to win next year’s World Series, while the Philadelphia Phillies, St. Louis Cardinals, Cincinnati Reds and Atlanta Braves are 14/1, respectively. The Rangers were beaten by the A’s in the American League Wild Card game, while the Nationals fell to the Cardinals in the NLDS and the Reds blew a 2-0 series lead versus the defending champion Giants in the other National League Divisional Series.

Continuing with the odds, the Dodgers are 18/1 to win next year’s World Series, while the Rays are 20/1 and the Red Sox are 22/1. The Diamondbacks, Orioles, Brewers and A’s are all 25/1, respectively, while the White Sox are 28/1. The Pirates are 30/1.

Some of the long shots to win baseball’s title in 2013 are the Blue Jays at 35/1, the Mariners, Marlins and Mets at 40/1, respectively, and the Padres at 60/1. The Twins are 66/1, the Cubs, Indians, Rockies and Royals are all 75/1, respectively, and the Astros are the biggest longshots at 150/1 to win the 2013 World Series.

2013 World Series Opening Odds to Win

Detroit Tigers                             6/1
New York Yankees                    7/1
San Francisco Giants                 10/1
Texas Rangers                          12/1
Washington Nationals                12/1
Los Angeles Angels                   12/1
Philadelphia Phillies                   14/1
St. Louis Cardinals                     14/1
Cincinnati Reds                         14/1
Atlanta Braves                           14/1
Los Angeles Dodgers                 18/1
Tampa Bay Rays                       20/1
Boston Red Sox                        22/1
Arizona Diamondbacks               25/1
Baltimore Orioles                       25/1
Milwaukee Brewers                    25/1
Oakland Athletics                      25/1
Chicago White Sox                    28/1
Pittsburgh Pirates                      30/1
Toronto Blue Jays                      35/1
Seattle Mariners                        40/1
Miami Marlins                            40/1
New York Mets                          40/1
San Diego Padres                      60/1
Minnesota Twins                        66/1
Chicago Cubs                            75/1
Cleveland Indians                       75/1
Colorado Rockies                       75/1
Kansas City Royals                   75/1
Houston Astros                          150/1

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