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New York Yankees Odds to Win 2009 World Series

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
May/21/2009
Yankees odds to win 2009 World Seriies

Don't look now but the New York Yankees have just won 8 straight.  The annual early favorites to win the World Series currently have tremendous value to win in 2009 with odds that would pay out $500 for every $100 bet at SBG Global.  The Yankees are now only 2 ½ games behind division leading Toronto and 1 game behind Boston.

The Yankees hit three consecutive home runs for the first time since June 21, 2005. All three were hit to right, increasing the total to 44 hit to right at the new Yankee Stadium this season. One of them was by Nick Swisher, who hit his first home run at home (eight on road).

Through 19 games, there have been 71 home runs hit at the new Yankee Stadium (37 by the Yankees, 34 by opponents).

"It's been a great run for us," Swisher said. "I think having fun creates winning."

Nearly four hours before the game, the Yankees held a Kangaroo Court, something veteran Andy Pettitte said the team hadn't done since 1995, when Wade Boggs was the sitting judge.

Mariano Rivera was on the bench this time, with Jeter, Burnett and Johnny Damon on the jury.

In a fun ritual that's common practice for many teams -- though not the buttoned-up Yankees -- players are razzed and fined by teammates for all sorts of small transgressions from arriving late to wearing an ugly outfit.

"I took an absolute beating," Alex Rodriguez said, before leaving the clubhouse with his young daughter in his arms. "I think I just barely survived."

Here were all your odds to win the 2009 World Series courtesy of the fine folks at SBG Global, now in business for well over 10 years and offering some of the best free cash bonuses around today.

 

5001  

Arizona DIAMONDBACKS

+3500
5002  

Atlanta BRAVES

+2500

5003  

Baltimore ORIOLES

+15000

5004  

Boston RED SOX

+450

5005  

Chicago CUBS

+700

5006  

Chicago WHITE SOX

+4000

5007  

Cincinnati REDS

+6000

5008  

Cleveland INDIANS

+5000

5009  

Colorado ROCKIES

+7500

5010  

Detroit TIGERS

+2500

5011  

Florida MARLINS

+2500

5012  

Houston ASTROS

+12000

5013  

Kansas City ROYALS

+2000

5014  

Los Angels ANGELS

+1400

5015  

Los Angeles DODGERS

+800

5016  

Milwaukee BREWERS

+4500

5017  

Minnesota TWINS

+3000

5018  

New York METS

+800

5019  

New York YANKEES

+500

5020  

Oakland ATHLETICS

+2500

5021  

Philadelphia PHILLIES

+1400

5022  

Pittsburgh PIRATES

+7500

5023  

San Diego PADRES

+7500

5024  

San Francisco GIANTS

+6500

5025  

Seattle MARINERS

+2000

5026  

St. Louis CARDINALS

+800

5027  

Tampa Bay RAYS

+2000

5028  

Texas RANGERS

+4500

5029  

Toronto BLUE JAYS

+1000

5030  

Washington NATIONALS

+25000

Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

 

 

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