2009 World Series Odds Get Hotter

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2009 World Series Odds

The Major League Baseball playoffs start in two weeks so now would be a good time to pick the World Series winner at betED.com.  The 2009 World Series odds continue to shorten, especially where the New York Yankees are concerned.  Still, they do pay slightly better than the risk.  For example, a $100 bet would pay out $150 at betED.com

The Pinstripes have the best record in baseball (95-55) and are in first place in the AL East, five games ahead of their perennial rival, the Boston Red Sox.   

The Red Sox are the next favorite in World Series Odds at betED.com - but they're way back at +565. Boston sits atop the American League Wild Card standings, eight games ahead of the Texas Rangers.

The Philadelphia Phillies, Los Angeles Dodgers and St. Louis Cardinals are all at +605 to win the 2009 World Series.

The Phillies are 87-61 and are in first place in the NL East, eight games up on the Florida Marlins. Philadelphia's been smoking lately, going 8-2 in their past 10.

The Dodgers are 90-60 and have a five game lead atop the NL West, while the Cardinals are leading the NL Central by 10 games over the Chicago Cubs.

Baseball bettors can also wager on which team will win the AL and NL championships, with the Yankees -140 favorites to win the AL and the Dodgers and Cardinals both at +205 to win the NL.

You can also bet on which league will produce the World Series-winning team, with the AL at -190 and the NL at +140.

Check out betED.com for lots of MLB Baseball Betting options

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