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Customized Bookie Odds for the 2017 World Series

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Jun/18/2017

AcePerHead.com offers its customers customized odds for the 2017 World Series that can be adjusted based on region and betting action.

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Here is a sampling of the 2017 World Series odds as of Mid June.

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

Team      Odds

Houston Astros    9/2

Chicago Cubs       7/1

Los Angeles Dodgers 15/2

New York Yankees      8/1

Washington Nationals       9/1

Boston Red Sox   10/1

Cleveland Indians       10/1

Colorado Rockies        11/1

Arizona Diamondbacks       18/1

Toronto Blue Jays       40/1

Baltimore Orioles        45/1

Minnesota Twins 45/1

Seattle Mariners 45/1

St. Louis Cardinals      45/1

New York Mets     50/1

Detroit Tigers       55/1

Texas Rangers     55/1

Milwaukee Brewers     65/1

Tampa Bay Rays 70/1

Los Angeles Angels     90/1

San Francisco Giants   100/1

Cincinnati Reds    125/1

Kansas City Royals     150/1

Pittsburgh Pirates       150/1

Miami Marlins       200/1

Atlanta Braves     250/1

Oakland Athletics        250/1

Chicago White Sox      300/1

Philadelphia Phillies    1000/1

San Diego Padres       1000/1

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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