MLB Betting Odds To win the 2014 World Series

With the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox out of the postseason, there are 10 teams that haven’t been to the World Series in 207 years combine, but this could be the year major franchises such as the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Baltimore Orioles can end the drought.

angelsWith the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox out of the postseason, there are 10 teams that haven’t been to the World Series in 207 years combine, but this could be the year major franchises such as the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Baltimore Orioles can end the drought.

We are all excited about what Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw can do in the playoffs after a tremendous season, but I’m more intrigued about the Los Angeles Angels and the rotation manager Mike Scioscia will put for the postseason.

“All of us had some very candid meetings after the season, ” Scioscia says after getting eliminated last season. “Talking with Arte, and John Carpino, I think there was some real clarity that was outlined, as to where we he felt we could go, and what we needed to do.

“That got the off-season more focused, and he had the confidence in Jerry and I to be able to accomplish that.” And I’ve always loved the passion Arte has. He has high expectations, but he backs up those expectations for our club by giving us the tools to reach those expectations.”

Here are the MLB Betting Odds To win the 2014 World Series:

  • Detroit Tigers +700
  • Washington Nationals +500
  • LA Angels +500
  • LA Dodgers +425
  • Baltimore Orioles +650
  • St. Louis Cardinals +900
  • Oakland Athletics +1000
  • Pittsburgh Pirates +1400
  • Kansas City Royals +1400
  • San Francisco Giants +1400

To Win the American League Pennant

  • Detroit Tigers +300
  • LA Angels +200
  • Baltimore Orioles +300
  • Oakland Athletics +550
  • Kansas City Royals +700

To Win the National League Pennant

  • Washington Nationals +150
  • LA Dodgers +175
  • St. Louis Cardinals +400
  • Pittsburgh Pirates +650
  • San Francisco Giants +650
Frank Lorenzo

MTS co-founder Frank “Let It Ride” Lorenzo has been betting on sports since he was legally allowed to do so. (Did he do so before then, too? No comment.) He enjoys very strong coffee, neon lights, and passing on his wealth of betting knowledge to anyone who will listen.