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Pay Per Head 2017 World Series Futures Odds

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Published on:
May/28/2017

Below you will find a sampling of the latest Pay Per Head 2017 World Series futures odds, which can be adjusted to attract players from specified regions.

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Find odds for the upcoming World Series below.

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

Team

Odds

Houston Astros

17/4

Chicago Cubs

5/1

Cleveland Indians

15/2

Boston Red Sox

17/2

Washington Nationals

10/1

New York Yankees

12/1

Los Angeles Dodgers

14/1

Colorado Rockies

16/1

Arizona Diamondbacks

20/1

St. Louis Cardinals

22/1

Baltimore Orioles

25/1

New York Mets

25/1

Detroit Tigers

30/1

Texas Rangers

30/1

Seattle Mariners

45/1

Toronto Blue Jays

45/1

Minnesota Twins

50/1

Pittsburgh Pirates

50/1

San Francisco Giants

50/1

Kansas City Royals

70/1

Los Angeles Angels

70/1

Tampa Bay Rays

70/1

Milwaukee Brewers

75/1

Oakland Athletics

175/1

Cincinnati Reds

200/1

Miami Marlins

200/1

Chicago White Sox

250/1

Atlanta Braves

300/1

Philadelphia Phillies

300/1

San Diego Padres

600/1

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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