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Very early World Series odds have Yankees as 2011 favorites

Nov 2, 2010, 4:19 PM EST

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There hasn’t even been a victory parade for the Giants yet, but gambling website Bodog.com has posted odds on all 30 teams winning the World Series next season.

Not surprisingly, the Yankees lead the way at 4-to-1 while the reigning champs in San Francisco open at 10-to-1 (which is a big improvement from this season, when they opened at 25-to-1).

Here are all the odds:

Yankees        4/1          Cubs          30/1
Phillies       6/1          Tigers        35/1
Giants        10/1          Marlins       35/1
Red Sox       10/1          Athletics     35/1
Cardinals     14/1          Mets          40/1
Rays          14/1          Blue Jays     50/1
Rangers       16/1          Astros        65/1
Twins         16/1          Brewers       65/1
Braves        18/1          Mariners      70/1
Rockies       18/1          Orioles       75/1
Reds          20/1          D-Backs       80/1
Padres        20/1          Indians       80/1
White Sox     22/1          Nationals     80/1
Dodgers       22/1          Royals       125/1
Angels        25/1          Pirates      150/1

For entertainment purposes only, of course.

  1. Jonny 5 - Nov 2, 2010 at 4:30 PM

    Well alot of NewYawkers think Lee and Crawford are already signed to the Yanks, and these guys obviously feel they did too. But the thing is, that still won’t be enough to win the WS against the pitching they’ll more than likely see…. Another thing. How are the “poopy pants” Cards listed that high? Everyone knows they’ll underachieve miserably right???

    • Mr. Jason "El Bravo" Heyward - Nov 2, 2010 at 5:31 PM

      Also, given the Cubs’ history of losing, why aren’t they just ∞/1?

  2. pisano - Nov 2, 2010 at 7:38 PM

    These people have got to be kidding , the Yankees have alot of holes to fill. If they don’t get a catcher (see John Buck ) , a front line starting pitcher , a reliable bullpen , and I still say a young SS , they’re not going anywhere . You see where keeping old players got them this year , the same will happen next year if they don’t make major changes . I’m a life long Yankee fan , but the writings on the wall . While we’re on the subject , Joba has to go , the guys a bum , they stayed with him long enough , it’s time to move him .

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