World Series Odds / Power Rankings
1. Atlanta Braves +370 (Last week: +420)
The Atlanta Braves had their eight-game win streak snapped by the Cincinnati Reds, but they still won two of three games in the series. Atlanta continues to boast the top World Series odds after posting nine victories over their last ten games, rising from +420 to +370.
2. Tampa Bay Rays +450 (Last week: +480)
The Tampa Bay Rays continue to own the top record in the big leagues at 54-27. There have been some inconsistencies from them of late, but they’ve still seen their World Series odds rise from +480 to +450, where they sit with the second-shortest.
3. Los Angeles Dodgers +470 (Last week: +440)
There hasn’t been much to write about the perennial contending Los Angeles Dodgers. The Dodgers have won five of their last ten games, which has seen their odds take a slight hit going from +440 to +470.
4. Houston Astros +950 (Last week: +850)
The results that the defending World Series champion Houston Astros put together in June have been downright bizarre. The Astros have lost seven of their last ten games and no longer occupy a playoff spot, leading to their odds dropping from +850 to +950.
5. Texas Rangers +1000 (Last week: +1200)
Even after two straight losses, the Texas Rangers own a 5.5-game lead atop the AL West. The Rangers haven’t been playing the best baseball to close out June, but they still have seen their odds to win the Fall Classic bet down from +1200 to +1000.
6. (Tie) San Diego Padres +2000 (Last week: +1800)
Despite only winning four of their last ten games, the oddsmakers aren’t willing to budge on the San Diego Padres World Series odds. The Friars sit four games below .500 yet still sit in a tie for the sixth-shortest odds at +2000.
6. (Tie) New York Yankees +2000 (Last week: +1400)
With tons of uncertainty surrounding Aaron Judge, the New York Yankees haven’t been able to find any positivity with him out of the lineup. The Bronx Bombers have won only four of their last ten, dropping their World Series odds from +1400 to +2000.
8. Toronto Blue Jays +2500 (Last week: +2000)
The Toronto Blue Jays have only won five of their last ten games, yet that’s been good enough for them to catch on as the final wild-card team in the American League. Still, the Blue Jays have seen their odds of winning the World Series fall from +2000 to +2500.
9. (Tie) San Francisco Giants +3000 (Last week: Unranked in Top Ten)
There might not be a lot of household names you’re familiar with on this San Francisco Giants team, but they’ve won eight of their last ten and look like a formidable club. The Giants sit in a tie with the ninth-shortest odds at +3000.
9. (Tie) Minnesota Twins +3000 (Last week: +2300)
Despite a lackluster June, the Minnesota Twins remain on top of the weak AL Central. As long as the Twins remain in their position, they’ll be amongst the top ten, even after dropping from +2300 to +3000 over the last week.
9. (Tie) Baltimore Orioles +3000 (Last week: Unranked in Top Ten)
It hasn’t been a perfect stretch for the Baltimore Orioles, but they’re coming off two straight wins and continue to boast an impressive 47-29 record. With the O’s owning the top wild-card spot in the American League, they’ve risen into the top ten odds to win the Fall Classic at +3000.
World Series Odds
|Tampa Bay Rays||450|
|Los Angeles Dodgers||470|
|San Diego Padres||2000|
|New York Yankees||2000|
|Toronto Blue Jays||2500|
|San Francisco Giants||3000|
|Los Angeles Angels||3500|
|New York Mets||4500|
|Boston Red Sox||6500|
|St. Louis Cardinals||7500|
|Chicago White Sox||25000|
|Kansas City Royals||100000|