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Customized Bookie MLB Futures 2017: The Chicago Cubs

Written by:
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Published on:
May/21/2017

Pay Per Head companies allow bookies and agents to customize their own MLB futures ahead of the 2017 World Series, however, one will want to stay as close to the current price offerings as possible as not to discourage players from leaving. 

In fact, we would encourage regional bookies to consider enhancing certain team odds of winning this year’s World Series.  This includes those residing in and around Chicago.

The Cubs simply aren’t playing as well as they have been in recent years and this looks nothing like the group that won last year’s World Series.

But by nature of being the reigning champs, and the fact that they haven’t fallen too hard, Chicago is still coming in with the shortest odds as of May 21, one point ahead of the red hot Houston Astros.

Cubs bookies would be wise to offer this team at 6/1 to 10/1 odds as a form of enticement

Pay Per Head sites like PremierPerHead.com can customize the lines accordingly while offering players a fully integrated and private website for which to place bets on Major League Baseball and other sporting events.  They also offer LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING on all Major League Baseball games and most other televised sporting events.

Odds to Win 2017 World Series (11/2/17)

Team

Odds

Chicago Cubs

5/1

Houston Astros

6/1

Cleveland Indians

15/2

Boston Red Sox

8/1

Washington Nationals

17/2

Los Angeles Dodgers

12/1

New York Yankees

12/1

St. Louis Cardinals

15/1

Colorado Rockies

17/1

Baltimore Orioles

20/1

New York Mets

22/1

Arizona Diamondbacks

30/1

Toronto Blue Jays

30/1

Detroit Tigers

35/1

Texas Rangers

35/1

Minnesota Twins

45/1

Seattle Mariners

45/1

San Francisco Giants

60/1

Kansas City Royals

65/1

Pittsburgh Pirates

65/1

Los Angeles Angels

80/1

Tampa Bay Rays

90/1

Miami Marlins

100/1

Milwaukee Brewers

100/1

Cincinnati Reds

125/1

Oakland Athletics

175/1

Chicago White Sox

200/1

Philadelphia Phillies

275/1

Atlanta Braves

325/1

San Diego Padres

450/1

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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