2019 MLB World Series Future Odds


The 2019 MLB baseball season is right around the corner. We take a look at the latest odds to win the World Series available to bet right now at 5dimes sportsbook.

As we enter Spring Training, the Yankees are favorites to win it all at (+600), that’s $100 to win $600. Right behind the Bronx Bombers are the defending champion Red Sox, currently sitting at (+650) to repeat as champs.

The Astros are also (+650) to make it 2 out of the last 3 years with the title.

Currently at (+800) odds, the Dodgers look to be National League favorites to make a Fall Classic appearance for a third straight year, with the Cubs not too far behind at (+1200).

New York Yankees+600
Houston Astros+650
Boston Red Sox+650
Los Angeles Dodgers+800
Chicago Cubs+1200
Cleveland Indians+1300
Philadelphia Phillies+1400
St. Louis Cardinals+1400
Washington Nationals+1600
Milwaukee Brewers+1700
Atlanta Braves+1700
New York Mets+2500
Colorado Rockies+3000
Oakland Athletics+3300
Tampa Bay Rays+3500
San Diego Padres+5000
Minnesota Twins+5000
Los Angeles Angels+5000
Chicago White Sox+7500
Pittsburgh Pirates+10000
Cincinnati Reds+11000
Arizona Diamondbacks+15000
San Francisco Giants+20000
Toronto Blue Jays+32500
Seattle Mariners+33500
Texas Rangers+35000
Kansas City Royals+70000
Detroit Tigers+90000
Baltimore Orioles+200000
Miami Marlins+200000

The Royals, Tigers, Orioles and Marlins are currently sitting at the bottom with longshot odds. All four of these teams figure to remain in rebuild mode with very young players gaining Major League experience.

The betting value to win the World Series as we head into Spring Training could be in the National League East. The Phillies (+1400), Nationals (+1600), and Mets (+2500) have all bolstered their rosters and figure to be vastly improved in 2019.

The MLB regular season is set to kick off on Thursday, March 28th, 2019 with a full slate of games.

For daily money lines, run lines and totals, visit the mlb betting odds page for updated lines throughout the season.

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