Cleveland Indians Odds to Win 2016 World Series Early 20-1

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Oct/20/2016

The Cleveland Indians odds of winning the 2016 World Series were at 20-1 entering this season and now they are in waiting to see whether they will face the Dodgers or Cubs.

Heading into this year’s World Series, the Indians were at 6-5 odds.

Cleveland topped the Toronto Blue Jays to win the ALCS title. It is their first World Series appearance since 1997.

''We always said if we could do it with this group it would be so special because this is as close to a family feel as you can get in a professional setting. So for that part of it, it is beyond feeling good,'' Manager Terry Francona said.

Cleveland will be well rested for Game 1 of the World Series.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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