World Series, Pennant and Divisional Futures Odds Updates

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Kevin Stott

Wednesday, June 14, 2017 3:02 PM GMT

Wednesday, Jun. 14, 2017 3:02 PM GMT

Like the weather, the race for the 2017 World Series is heating up with many of the teams we thought would be playing well scuffling and a couple of surprises all making runs at Postseason spots.

MLB Regular Season Approaching Halfway Mark at 81 Games, All-Star Game, Break

The 2017 MLB Regular Season is approaching the halfway point, and as we move from Spring to Summer and praise the inventor of Air Conditioning, what better time to take a look at updated World Series, AL and NL pennant and Divisional odds from the top sportsbooks on the globe, with some surprises and disappointments including the former MLB odds favorites and team which won its first World Series in 108 years and now sits sadly at 1 game under .500, but luckily, in the weak NL Central. The Manager of that lovable team, the Chicago Cubs (31-32), will run into Indians skipper Terry Francona again in the Sunshine State in less than a month when they manage their respective leagues (NL, AL) in the 88th MLB All-Star Game on Tuesday, July 11 from Marlins Park in Miami (FOX). This will be the first time the Fish are hosting this mid-season hardball fiesta, leaving fellow Floridians—the Tampa Bay Rays—as the only club to have not hosted the MLB All-Star Game.

 

 

 

Here are fresh 2017 MLB World Series, Pennant and Divisional odds from Online and Offshore sportsbooks Bovada, BetOnline and BookMaker with opening numbers from the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook from last October for current pricing context:


Odds to Win 2017 World Series—(BetOnline, June 13, 2017)

(Opening odds in parentheses from Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook, Oct. 23, 2016)

Houston Astros +450 (12/1)

Chicago Cubs +650 (3/1)

Los Angeles Dodgers +650 (10/1)

New York Yankees +700 (25/1)

Washington Nationals +700 (10/1)

Cleveland Indians +800 (12/1)

Boston Red Sox +850 (10/1)

Colorado Rockies +900 (60/1)

Arizona Diamondbacks +1800 (100/1)

St. Louis Cardinals +3600 (20/1)

Toronto Blue Jays +3600 (14/1)

Minnesota Twins +4000/1 (100/1)

Baltimore Orioles +4500 (20/1)

New York Mets +4500 (12/1)

Seattle Mariners +4500 (25/1)

Texas Rangers +4500 (16/1)

Detroit Tigers +5000 (20/1)

Milwaukee Brewers +6600 (100/1)

Tampa Bay Rays +6600 (60/1)

Los Angeles Angels +8000 (100/1)

Kansas City Royals +10,000 (30/1

San Francisco Giants +10,000 (16/1)

Cincinnati Reds +12,500 (100/1)

Pittsburgh Pirates +15,000 (30/1)

Miami Marlins +20,000 (40/1)

Oakland Athletics +25,000 (100/1)

Chicago White Sox +30,000 (60/1)

Philadelphia Phillies +100,000 (100/1)

San Diego Padres +100,000 (100/1)

Atlanta Braves 200,000 (100/1)

 


Odds to Win AL Pennant—(BookMaker, June 13)

(Opening odds in parentheses, Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook, Oct. 23, 2016)

Houston Astros +187 (11/2)

Cleveland Indians +397 (9/2)

Boston Red Sox +418 (9/2)

New York Yankees +421 (11/1)

Toronto Blue Jays +1610 (6/1)

Detroit Tigers +2168 (9/1)

Seattle Mariners +2370 (11/1)

Texas Rangers +2574 (7/1)

Baltimore Orioles +3237 (9/1)

Minnesota Twins +3442 (50/1)

Tampa Bay Rays +4100 (28/1)

Kansas City Royals +6000 (14/1)

Los Angeles Angels +6700 (50/1)

Chicago White Sox +17,498 (28/1)

Oakland Athletics +28,484 (50/1)

 


Odds to Win 2017 NL Pennant—(BetOnline, June 13)

Chicago Cubs +290 (3/2)

Los Angeles Dodgers +300 (5/1)

Washington Nationals +300 (5/1)

Colorado Rockies +450 (30/1)

Arizona Diamondbacks +900 (50/1)

St. Louis Cardinals +1800 (10/1)

New York Mets +2200 (6/1)

Milwaukee Brewers +2800 (50/1)

San Francisco Giants +4000 (8/1)

Cincinnati Reds +6600 (50/1)

Miami Marlins +8000 (20/1)

Pittsburgh Pirates +8000 (15/1)

Atlanta Braves +10,000 (50/1)

Philadelphia Phillies +75,000 (50/1)

San Diego Padres +75,000 (50/1)

 


Odds to Win 2017 AL East—(Bovada, June 13)

Boston Red Sox +125

New York Yankees +125

Baltimore Orioles +900

Toronto Blue Jays +900

Tampa Bay Rays +1400

 

Odds to Win 2017 AL Central—(Bovada, June 13)

Cleveland Indians -400

Minnesota Twins +500

Detroit Tigers +700

Chicago White Sox +3300

Kansas City Royals +3300

 

Odds to Win 2017 AL West—(BetOnline, June 13)

Houston Astros -6600

Texas Rangers +2000

Los Angeles Angels +2500

Seattle Mariners +3300

Oakland Athletics +8000

 


Odds to Win 2017 NL East—(BetOnline, June 13)

Washington Nationals -5000

New York Mets +1600

Miami Marlins +4000

Atlanta Braves +6600

Philadelphia Phillies +20,000

 

Odds to Win 2017 NL Central—(Bovada, June 13)

Chicago Cubs -400

Milwaukee Brewers +600

St. Louis Cardinals +600

Cincinnati Reds +3300

Pittsburgh Pirates +3300

 

Odds to Win 2017 NL West—(Bovada, June 13)

Los Angeles Dodgers -190

Colorado Rockies +200

Arizona Diamondbacks +550

San Diego Padres +10000

San Francisco Giants +10000

 


Futures Movement: Baseball Bettors Backing Diamondbacks, Rockies and Yankees

The Bronx Bombers (+12.6 units) in the Junior Circuit and the Rockies (+19.0 units, #1 MLB) and Diamondbacks (+13.0 units) in the Senior Circuit have seen the most movement upward in Futures Books since these markets opened last fall, with Rookie Aaron Judge (8/1 to win AL MVP, Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook) and New York now a +700 favorite (from 30/1 last update) to win the 2017 World Series with NL West upstarts the Rockies (9/1 to win WS from 60/1, BetOnline) and Paul Goldschmidt and the Diamondbacks (18/1 to win WS from 100/1) popular Offshore and here in Sin City. Before Opening Day, the world champion Cubs (-15.8 units), the AL-champion Indians (-14.0 units) and the Red Sox seemed like the elite teams in MLB, but now, in mid-June, Boston, the Astros (+16.0 units), Yankees and Clayton Kershaw and the Dodgers seem like the cream of the professional baseball crop. And who has probably fallen the most in the eyes of fans and bettors in this extremely heavily bet MLB spring? Buster Posey and the Giants (26-39), who opened up at 16/1 in October to win the 2017 Fall Classic here at the SuperBook, but who now are huge 100/1 longshots at BetOnline, chasing Los Angeles, Colorado and Arizona. Thank the Ghost of Abner Doubleday for the 25-40 Padres, San Francisco? For now at least?

 

 

2017 MLB FUTURES BOOK AL PENNANT PICK: Yankees +421 (Bookmaker)2017 MLB FUTURES BOOK NL PENNANT PICK: Dodgers +300 (BetOnline)2017 MLB FUTURES BOOK WORLD SERIES LONGSHOT PICK: Rockies +900 (BetOnline)
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