Major League Baseball’s trade deadline has passed. So who’s the favorite to win the World Series? Depends on who you ask.
Sportsbooks are divided between the Dodgers and the Yankees as the favorite to bring home The Commissioner’s Trophy this year.
BetMGM take the diplomatic approach, giving both teams +350 odds — meaning a $100 bet would win $350 — to win the championship. FanDuel Sportsbook has the Yankees (+330) as a slight favorite over the Dodgers (+350), as does SI Sportsbook (+300 to +333). Meanwhile, Los Angeles has the edge in MaximBet (+325 to +350) and DraftKings Sportsbook (+380 to +425).
The Astros and the Mets are ranked third and fourth, respectively, across the sites. The Padres — who just made a major deal to land Juan Soto — have the fifth-best odds on four of the five sites.
How about the Rockies? They are tied for the league-worst odds on BetMGM (+500,000), Fanduel (+500,000), DraftKings (+200,000) and SI Sportsbook (+50,000). Colorado is tied for the 21st-best odds with the Angels on MaximBet at +50,000.
Here’s a look at some current odds in the world of sports:
The odds the Rockies will win the World Series, according to BetMGM. The Dodgers and the Yankees are tied as the favorites at +350.
The over-under for total regular-season wins for the Broncos, according to MaximBet.
The over-under for yards rushing in the regular season for Broncos running back Javonte Williams, according to Fanduel Sportsbook.
The odds Nuggets center Nikola Jokic will win his third-straight MVP award next season, according to Fanduel Sportsbook. He has the fourth-best odds behind the Mavericks’ Luka Doncic (+460), 76ers’ Joel Embiid (+550) and Bucks’ Giannis Antetokounmpo (+650).
The odds Avalanche defenseman Cale Makar will win his second-straight James Norris Trophy next season, according to DraftKings Sportsbook. He is the favorite.
The odds Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson will win the regular season MVP award, according to SI Sportsbook. He has the seventh-best odds. Bills’ Josh Allen (+700) is the favorite, ahead of fellow quarterbacks Patrick Mahomes of the Chiefs (+750), Buccaneers’ Tom Brady (+800) and Packers’ Aaron Rodgers (+900).
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