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2013 World Series Odds


The Major League Baseball season is not even two months old, which leaves plenty of room for change in the latest 2013 World Series Odds; however, the favorite to win the Fall Classic remains the Detroit Tigers. The Tigers (22-17) were a +900 moneyline selection in mid-April, but their current World Series price is set at +600 ($100 wins $600) despite the team’s battle with the Indians and Royals for the AL Central lead. The surging 27-14 Texas Rangers, who rank third in the league in run differential (+47), are a second championship choice at +800 odds while the Washington Nationals (22-19), Cincinnati Reds (25-16), St. Louis Cardinals (26-14), San Francisco Giants (24-17), and Atlanta Braves (22-18) are each lined at +1000 ($100 wins $1000) odds to win the 2013 World Series. The near historically bad Houston Astros are still getting the longest World Series Odds, coming in at a whopping +100000.
 
 
Detroit Tigers +600
Texas Rangers +800
Washington Nationals +1000
Cincinnati Reds +1000
St. Louis Cardinals +1000
San Francisco Giants +1000
Atlanta Braves +1000
New York Yankees +1200
Boston Red Sox +1500
Baltimore Orioles +1500
Oakland Athletics +1800
Tampa Bay Rays +2000
Los Angeles Dodgers +2000
Arizona Diamondbacks +2500
Cleveland Indians +3000
Pittsburgh Pirates +3000
Kansas City Royals +3000
Toronto Blue Jays +3000
Los Angeles Angels +4000
Philadelphia Phillies +5000
Colorado Rockies +5000
Seattle Mariners +6000
New York Mets +6000
San Diego Padres +8000
Minnesota Twins +8000
Milwaukee Brewers +8000
Chicago White Sox +10000
Miami Marlins +50000
Houston Astros +100000
 
MovieBaseball Betting Tips from Chuck Edel & Johnny Detroit
Chuck Edel is a well respected gambler / handicapper who appears on numerous radio shows and is frequently featured in the Las Vegas Review Journal. He sits down with Johnny Detroit and goes over some of his personal MLB betting tips.