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2024 MLB World Series Betting Lines

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The Los Angeles Dodgers are listed as the favorite in World Series odds in 2024. The Dodgers made the biggest splash in the off-season, signing one of the best players in Major League Baseball history, Shohei Ohtani, to a massive contract and Los Angeles also signed Japan pitching sensation Yoshinobu Yamamoto. And just to prove that wasn’t enough the Dodgers also signed Tyler Glasnow. Los Angeles will also be getting Walker Buehler back sometime this season and they re-signed Clayton Kershaw. The Atlanta Braves have had a lot of regular season success in Major League Baseball over the past two seasons and they are second in World Series odds. The Braves bring back virtually the same team as a year ago so there is no reason to think Atlanta won’t contend again. The problem for the Braves has been a Philadelphia Phillies team that has beaten them in in the playoffs in each of the past two seasons.

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2024 MLB World Series Betting Odds

Arizona Diamondbacks +6300 Atlanta Braves +920 Baltimore Orioles +900
Boston Red Sox +12000 Chicago Cubs +6500 Chicago White Sox +600000
Cincinnati Reds +11000 Cleveland Guardians +1950 Colorado Rockies +250000
Detroit Tigers +14000 Houston Astros +2450 Kansas City Royals +4250
Los Angeles Angels +85000 Los Angeles Dodgers +325 Miami Marlins +350000
Milwaukee Brewers +2700 Minnesota Twins +2800 New York Mets +17500
New York Yankees +410 Oakland Athletics +200000 Philadelphia Phillies +490
Pittsburgh Pirates +14500 St. Louis Cardinals +7500 San Diego Padres +4250
San Francisco Giants +6300 Seattle Mariners +1300 Tampa Bay Rays +12000
Texas Rangers +4500 Toronto Blue Jays +8500 Washington Nationals +24000

*Odds as of Monday, June 17, 10:00 AM ET

After the Dodgers and Braves it is four American League teams next in World Series odds. The New York Yankees added a big bat in Juan Soto to go along with one of the best hitters in the game in Aaron Judge. If New York could get some pitching to go along with Gerrit Cole they would be a series threat to win the World Series in 2024. One team that seems to be in the mix every year is the Houston Astros and they are next in World Series betting odds. The Astros have made the World Series four times in the last seven years and won two titles. They made a big addition to their bullpen, signing Josh Hader.

The team that won the most games in the American League last season was the Baltimore Orioles and all Baltimore did was sign one of the top pitchers in the game in Corbin Burnes. The Orioles have a potent lineup that should be ever better with the addition of consensus Rookie of the Year Jackson Holliday and now they have a starting rotation led by Burnes. The Texas Rangers are the defending World Series champs but they are not getting much love in World Series odds. Texas will have to hope they are still in the race when two of their top pitchers, Jacob deGrom and Max Scherzer return mid-season. The Phillies are the other team to keep an eye on in World Series odds. They lost the World Series to Houston two years ago and then were inexplicably beaten by Arizona in last year’s NLCS.

Darkhorse teams in World Series odds include the Seattle Mariners, Toronto Blue Jays, Arizona Diamondbacks, Minnesota Twins, Chicago Cubs, St. Louis Cardinals, San Diego Padres, Tampa Bay Rays, Cincinnati Reds, New York Mets, Boston Red Sox, San Francisco Giants, Cleveland Guardians, Detroit Tigers, Miami Marlins and Milwaukee Brewers. The longshots are the Kansas City Royals, Los Angeles Angels, Pittsburgh Pirates, Washington Nationals, Chicago White Sox, Colorado Rockies and Oakland Athletics +38633.

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List of World Series Results (2000)

2023 Texas Rangers 4-1 Arizona Diamondbacks
2022 Houston Astros 4-2 Philadelphia Phillies
2021 Atlanta Braves 4-2 Houston Astros
2020 Los Angeles Dodgers 4-2 Tampa Bay Rays
2019 Washington Nationals 4-3 Houston Astros
2018 Boston Red Sox 4-1 Los Angeles Dodgers
2017 Houston Astros 4-3 Los Angeles Dodgers
2016 Chicago Cubs 4-3 Cleveland Guardians
2015 Kansas City Royals 4-1 New York Mets
2014 San Francisco Giants 4-3 Kansas City Royals
2013 Boston Red Sox 4-2 St. Louis Cardinals
2012 San Francisco Giants 4-0 Detroit Tigers
2011 St. Louis Cardinals 4-3 Texas Rangers
2010 San Francisco Giants 4-1 Texas Rangers
2009 New York Yankees 4-2 Philadelphia Phillies
2008 Philadelphia Phillies 4-1 Tampa Bay Rays
2007 Boston Red Sox 4-0 Colorado Rockies
2006 St. Louis Cardinals 4-1 Detroit Tigers
2005 Chicago White Sox 4-0 Houston Astros
2004 Boston Red Sox 4-0 St. Louis Cardinals
2003 Florida Marlins 4-2 New York Yankees
2002 Anaheim Angels 4-3 San Francisco Giants
2001 Arizona Diamondbacks 4-3 New York Yankees
2000 New York Yankees 4-1 New York Mets

The New York Yankees have made the most appearances in the Fall Classic with 40; they won 27. Not surprisingly, the Bronx Bombers are the last team to repeat as World Series champions, with three consecutive crowns from 1998 through 2000.

The San Francisco Giants have made the most NL appearances with 20, but the NL team with the most Series wins is the St. Louis Cardinals with 11. The American League has won 68 of the 119 overall World Series played.

Of the original 16 franchises still around today, each has won at least two World Series titles. After the Washington Nationals won it all in 2019, the Seattle Mariners are the only franchise yet to appear in a World Series.

The San Diego Padres have made it to the Fall Classic twice but failed to bring home the Commissioner's Trophy each time.

The Milwaukee Brewers, Colorado Rockies, and Tampa Bay Rays failed to win it in their lone appearances.

The Houston Astros won their first World Series in their second appearance in 2017. And then the Astros lost their next two appearances in 2019 and 2021. But Houston showed resiliency in winning the 2022 Fall Classic for its second championship in franchise history.

The Texas Rangers won their first World Series title in 2023 taking out the Arizona Diamondbacks in five games.

World Series Records by Franchise

40 New York Yankees 27-13 2009
21 Los Angeles Dodgers 7-14 2020
20 San Francisco Giants 8-12 2014
19 St. Louis Cardinals 11-8 2011
14 Oakland Athletics 9-5 1989
13 Boston Red Sox 9-4 2018
11 Detroit Tigers 4-7 1984
11 Chicago Cubs 3-8 2016
10 Atlanta Braves 4-6 2021
9 Cincinnati Reds 5-4 1990
8 Philadelphia Phillies 2-6 2008
7 Pittsburgh Pirates 5-2 1979
7 Baltimore Orioles 3-4 1983
6 Minnesota Twins 3-3 1991
6 Cleveland Guardians 2-4 1948
5 Chicago White Sox 3-2 2005
5 New York Mets 2-3 1986
5 Houston Astros 2-3 2022
4 Kansas City Royals 2-2 2015
3 Texas Rangers 1-2 2023
2 Toronto Blue Jays 2-0 1993
2 Miami Marlins 2-0 2003
2 San Diego Padres 0-2 -
2 Tampa Bay Rays 0-2 -
1 Arizona Diamondbacks 1-0 2001
1 Los Angeles Angels 1-0 2002
1 Washington Nationals 1-0 2019
1 Milwaukee Brewers 0-1 -
1 Colorado Rockies 0-1 -

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