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Milwaukee Brewers 2013 World Series Odds

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The 2013 Milwaukee Brewers might go as far as their pitching staff can take them this season. With a decent offense and an OK bullpen, the starting rotation could very well determine the fate of this team in 2013. The Milwaukee Brewers 2013 World Series Odds have them as a middle of the road type of team and oddsmakers believe that they are pretty much a longshot to win the World Series this season.

The Brewers picked up some pitching depth this off-season but really didn't make a splash in free agency. But then again there wasn't a major player that left the club, either.

The Brew Crew won just 83 games last season and for the most part, you'd think the Brewers are looking to move on from last season all-together. Yovani Gallardo lead the rotation, tossing more than 200 innings last year and was the only pitcher to earn double digit wins for the Brew Crew. They'll also look to replace Zack Greinke. Offensively the group is led by yearly MVP candidate Ryan Braun.

The club also got a good season from third baseman Aramis Ramirez in 2012. Both guys are looking forward to another positive season at the plate. Rickie Weeks and Corey Hart, who will start the year on the disabled list, will be crucial to the Brew Crew this season.

Milwaukee Brewers 2013 World Series Odds: Provided by TheGreek.com

To Win World Series +6500 (20th best odds)

To Win National League Central +500 (Third best odds)

To Win National League Pennant +2500 (Tied for eighth best odds)

Regular Season Wins: Over 81 (-115), Under 81 (-115)

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