Add The 2018 MLB World Series Futures To Your Sportsbook

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Feb/15/2018

Now that football season is over, online bookie agents should add 2018 MLB World Series Futures betting to their sportsbooks.

Last year’s World Series ended with the Houston Astros beating the L.A. Dodgers in 7 games. This season’s World Series should be just as competitive as last season’s.

Check out odds and then some words on how MLB sports bettors might play 2018 World Series Futures.

2018 MLB World Series Futures

+550                  New York Yankees

+550                          L.A. Dodgers

+600                       Houston Astros

+800                   Cleveland Indians

+800             Washington Nationals

+1000                       Boston Red Sox

+1000                         Chicago Cubs

Online Bookie Breakdown

The New York Yankees and L.A. Dodgers are favorites to take home the 2018 World Series. The Dodgers make a ton of sense.

If anything, LAD should be a better team this season than they were last season.

The Yankees make some sense as well. The Astros might be the most talented team in MLB, but it’s awfully difficult to repeat as World Series Champions.

One team on the list that bookies should pay close attention to are the Chicago Cubs. The Cubs just recently signed Yu Darvish away from the L.A. Dodgers.

That makes the Cubs a much better play than their +1000 odds. Pro bettors looking to cash might settle on the Cubs to upset the rest of the contenders to win this year’s World Series.

To prevent massive bets on Chicago, pay per head agents must set max betting limits.

In fact, it’s a good idea to set max betting limits on the Cleveland Indians, Washington Nationals, Boston Red Sox, and Chicago Cubs. The Yankees, Dodgers, and Astros are up against it compared to those other teams.

The Nationals only must put together a decent bullpen. The Indians were the World Series favorites before the MLB Playoffs began. Boston should be in the mix with better production from their starters.

We already laid out the case for the Cubs.

Rolling the dice on the two favorites, in particular the L.A. Dodgers since they lost Darvish, could lead to great MLB World Series Futures profit.

Also, not setting max betting limits on the Yankees should lead to nice profit in the sportsbook.

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