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2013 World Series Odds: Who Are the Favorites to Win It All?

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Gambling site Bovada came out with a list of odds for each MLB team to win the 2013 World Series.

The Giants chances for a repeat are set at 14/1. The A’s are at 33/1, putting them in the middle of the pack.

The team that most people are picking to win it all next season should be no surprise: the Toronto Blue Jays at 7/1. A flurry of acquisitions and signings by the Jays have given them tremendous talent throughout their lineup and pitching staff.

Up next are the Detroit Tigers, the team that the Giants beat in the 2012 World Series. The Dodgers round out the top three at 17/2 odds, tied with the Nationals.

The Giants are tied with the Braves, Reds, Yankees, and Rangers for the sixth best odds.

Meanwhile, the A’s sit smack in the middle with the 15th best odds, but they’re used to playing the role of an underdog by now. Somehow, they are still one spot behind the circus that is the Boston Red Sox. Behind the A’s are another underrated team that made the postseason last year, the Baltimore Orioles.

Which teams does Vegas think have absolutely no shot of winning a World Series? The Rockies, Marlins, Twins, and Mets have their odds set at 100/1, while the woeful Astros close out the list with a 200/1 chance.

Here is the complete list of odds, courtesy of Bovada:

Toronto Blue Jays

7/1

Detroit Tigers

8/1

Los Angeles Dodgers

17/2

Washington Nationals

17/2

Los Angeles Angels

9/1

Atlanta Braves

14/1

Cincinnati Reds

14/1

New York Yankees

14/1

San Francisco Giants

14/1

Texas Rangers

14/1

Philadelphia Phillies

18/1

St. Louis Cardinals

20/1

Tampa Bay Rays

25/1

Boston Red Sox

30/1

Oakland Athletics

33/1

Baltimore Orioles

40/1

Chicago White Sox

40/1

Milwaukee Brewers

40/1

Arizona Diamondbacks

50/1

Kansas City Royals

50/1

Pittsburgh Pirates

50/1

Chicago Cubs

75/1

Cleveland Indians

75/1

San Diego Padres

75/1

Seattle Mariners

75/1

Colorado Rockies

100/1

Miami Marlins

100/1

Minnesota Twins

100/1

New York Mets

100/1

Houston Astros

200/1

 

 

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