Updated World Series Odds
The MLB Season has hit the All-Star Break. Here is a look at the updated odds to win the World Series in 2016.
According to oddsmakers at BetDSI, the Chicago Cubs are a 4/1 favorite to win the World Series. Other short odds to win are the San Francisco Giants (5/1), the Texas Rangers (15/2) and the Cleveland Indians (8/1).
The Cubs enter the break at 53-35, which is best in the NL Central, but third in the National League right now. The Cubs have a +139 scoring differential, which is tops in the majors. Chicago last won the World Series in 1908.
The Giants are 57-33 right now, which is the best record in MLB. San Francisco has a +73 scoring differential. San Francisco last won the World Series in 2014. They have won the title in the last three even years (2014, 2012, 2010).
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The Rangers are 54-36 entering the break, which is the best record in the AL. The Rangers have a +16 scoring differential. Texas has never won the World Series in franchise history.
The Indians are 52-36 and have a 6.5-game lead in the AL Central. Cleveland has a +81 scoring differential right now. Cleveland last won the title in 1948.