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Odds to Win the 2011 World Series

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Apr/02/2011
Odds to Win the 2011 World Series

Odds to win the 2011 World Series have been posted at BetUS.com with all the usual suspects having the shortest odds:  The Boston Red Sox at +350, the New York Yankees at +650 and the red hot Philadelphia Phillies at +300 or 3/1 odds. 

Last year’s top teams, Texas and San Francisco, were coming in with 18/1 and 14/1 odds, respectively. 

All teams besides the aforementioned Yankees, Red Sox and Phillies were being offered up at double digit odds – 10/1 or greater – for a payout potential of $1000 on every $100 bet or $100 on every $10 bet.

 

Arizona Diamondbacks    

+10000

Atlanta Braves    

+2000

Boston Red Sox    

+350

Chicago Cubs    

+5000

Chicago White Sox    

+2000

Cincinnati Reds    

+2000

Cleveland Indians    

+15000

Colorado Rockies    

+2000

Detroit Tigers    

+2500

Florida Marlins    

+4000

Houston Astros    

+10000

Los Angeles Angels    

+3000

Los Angeles Dodgers    

+3000

Milwaukee Brewers    

+2000

Minnesota Twins    

+2000

New York Mets    

+6000

New York Yankees    

+650

 

Oakland Athletics    

+2500

Philadelphia Phillies    

+300

San Diego Padres    

+4000

Seattle Mariners    

+10000

St Louis Cardinals    

+2500

Tampa Bay Rays    

+2500

Toronto Blue Jays    

+4000

 

Washington Nationals    

+7500

 

Pittsburgh Pirates    

+25000

 

Baltimore Orioles    

+10000

 

Kansas City Royals    

+20000

 

Texas Rangers    

+1800

 

San Francisco Giants    

+1400

 

 

 Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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