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Phillies Among the Most Bet on Teams to Win World Series, Pirates the Least

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Jun/11/2019
The New York Yankees might not be America's Team, but they could be called the Gamblers' Team.

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According to data released by SportsBetting.ag on Tuesday, the Yankees are the most wagered on team in Major League Baseball.
 
"As far as daily and weekly handle, the Yankees dominate the action," SportsBetting.ag head linesman Robert Cooper said. "The Yankees are the Cowboys of baseball. They attract more bets and more money from the betting community than any other team, and it's not even close."
 
SportsBetting.ag provided data for the three teams with the largest amount of bets and largest amount of money wagered on their World Series odds. The Yankees showed up on both lists, but they aren't the only team to do so.
 
Here's the World Series betting breakdown so far this season:
 
Teams with most bets taken:
1. New York Yankees
2. Philadelphia Phillies
3. Los Angeles Dodgers
 
Teams with most money wagered:
1. New York Yankees
2. Los Angeles Dodgers
3. Houston Astros
 
As far as teams bettors have no interest in backing, the Blue Jays have the dubious distinction of showing up on both lists:
 
Teams with fewest bets taken:
1. Toronto Blue Jays
2. Arizona Diamondbacks
3. Pittsburgh Pirates
 
Teams with least money wagered:
1. Miami Marlins
2. Toronto Blue Jays
3. Detroit Tigers
 
 
SportsBetting.ag also updated is College World Series odds on Tuesday. 
 
Arkansas and Vanderbilt are now co-favorites after coming in at 5/1 and 4/1, respectively, before this past weekend's Super Regionals.
 
Michigan was a 50/1 longshot last week prior to upsetting UCLA while Auburn and Florida State each had 25/1 odds going into the Super Regionals.
 
Arkansas  (+300)  3/1
Vanderbilt  (+300)  3/1
Mississippi State  (+350)  7/2
Louisville  (+800)  8/1
Texas Tech  (+850)  17/2
Florida State  (+900)  9/1
Auburn  (+1000)  10/1  
Michigan  (+1400)  14/1 

This page will update with current CWS odds

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