MLB World Series odds: Will Dodgers get there for third straight year?

Here is our MLB World Series prediction based on the current odds. 

The Los Angeles Dodgers are the favorites to get to their consecutive World Series, and this time to win it, according to the latest odds from Westgate Las Vegas Sports Book.

Los Angeles is the 3-1 favorite, followed closely by the New York Yankees, at 4-1, and the Houston Astros, at 5-1. 

The Dodgers won the National League and went to the World Series in both 2017 and 2018. They lost to the Astros in seven games in ’17 and lost to the Boston Red Sox in five games in ’18. 

The last team to go to three consecutive World Series was the Yankees in 1998-99-00 when they won all three. Only one team has ever gone to the World Series three consecutive years and lost all three, the New York Giants in 1911-12-13.

At the All-Star break, the Dodgers own the best record in baseball at 60-32 and enjoy a comfortable 13.5-game lead in the National League West over the Arizona Diamondbacks.

The Yankees, at 57-31, have the best record in the American League and have a 6.5-game lead over the Tampa Bay Rays in the America League East. 

Here are the current World Series Betting Odds for every team

  • Los Angeles Dodgers, 3-1 (current), 6-1 (preseason)
  • New York Yankees, 4-1, 6-1
  • Houston Astros, 5-1, 7-1
  • Atlanta Braves, 9-1, 20-1
  • Minnesota Twins, 9-1, 50-1
  • Chicago Cubs, 16-1, 14-1
  • Boston Red Sox, 22-1, 8-1
  • Milwaukee Brewers, 22-1, 16-1
  • Philadelphia Phillies, 22-1, 8-1
  • Tampa Bay Rays, 22-1, 33-1
  • Washington Nationals, 22-1, 16-1
  • Cleveland Indians, 25-1, 12-1
  • Oakland Athletics, 40-1, 33-1
  • St. Louis Cardinals, 40-1, 14-1
  • Texas Rangers, 50-1, 250-1
  • Arizona Diamondbacks, 66-1, 50-1
  • Colorado Rockies, 66-1, 25-1
  • San Diego Padres, 66-1, 50-1
  • Cincinnati Reds, 80-1, 66-1
  • Los Angeles Angels, 100-1, 40-1
  • Pittsburgh Pirates, 100-1, 80-1
  • New York Mets, 150-1, 18-1
  • San Francisco Giants, 150-1, 66-1
  • Chicago White Sox, 250-1, 66-1
  • Seattle Mariners, 500-1, 66-1
  • Miami Marlins, 1,000-1, 500-1
  • Toronto Blue Jays, 1,000-1, 100-1
  • Baltimore Orioles, 5,000-1, 500-1
  • Detroit Tigers, 5,000-1, 250-1
  • Kansas City Royals, 5,000-1, 250-1

 

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