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MLB Futures: 2013 World Series Odds

The San Francisco Giants have won the World Series twice over the past three seasons, so they'll be getting lots of attention on the opening MLB futures for 2013 at Bovada this week. Pablo Sandoval and company are listed at 10/1 odds to win the 2013 World Series.
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That, however, still has the Giants behind a couple of American League teams on those World Series futures – including the Detroit Tigers team that they just swept over the weekend. The Tigers are actually the 6/1 favorites on the opening 2013 World Series odds at Bovada despite the fact they were embarrassed by the Giants over the past week.
The New York Yankees are then at 7/1 on those World Series futures, sitting behind the Tigers after Detroit defeated them in the ALCS in only four games. The Oakland A's, who lost to the Tigers in the ALDS, and the Baltimore Orioles, who lost to the Yankees in the ALDS, are both at 25/1. The Texas Rangers, who didn't make it past the Wild Card Game against the Orioles, are up at 12/1 on the opening 2013 World Series odds.
The Giants got past the Cardinals in the NLCS this season, and St. Louis is sitting with the Cincinnati Reds at 14/1 on the 2013 World Series odds at Bovada – with the Reds the Giants' comeback victims in the NLDS. The Washington Nationals, who fell to the Cardinals in the NLDS, are at 12/1, with the Atlanta Braves at 16/1 after they lost to St. Louis in the NL's Wild Card Game.
The top non-playoff teams on those opening MLB futures at Bovada are the Los Angeles Angels (12/1), Philadelphia Phillies (14/1), and Los Angeles Dodgers (18/1), who all made big investments in their teams for 2012 but couldn't manage to get into the postseason.
The Tampa Bay Rays and Boston Red Sox both missed the playoffs in the American League this year, with Tampa Bay just three games back of the Orioles and the Red Sox stumbling to last place in the AL East. The Rays are at 20/1 odds on the 2013 World Series futures at Bovada, while the Red Sox and new manager John Farrell sit at 22/1 odds.
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