Crunch Time 2015 World Series Betting OddsNoah Williams
Royals, Jays and Astros are your best bets to win the 2015 World Series
With the 2015 MLB regular season steamrolling to a fast and furious finish, baseball bettors across the globe will enjoy this fun-filled power rankings breakdown and look at the latest updated odds to win the 2015 World Series.
Who To Bet On To Win The 2015 World Series
- Kansas City Royals-4/1
The Royals have won two straight, three of five and seven of their last 10 games overall –all while making my preseason pick of a World Series appearance look prophetic.
- Toronto Blue Jays-7/1
The hard-hitting Jays have won three in a row and seven of their last 10 games overall to move into first place in the AL East one-half game ahead of the Yankees.
- Houston Astros-14/1
The Astros have won three straight games hading into Monday night and are looking good as they sit four games up over the equally incendiary Texas Rangers in the competitive AL West.
- St. Louis Cardinals-8/1
The Cards are just 5-5 in their last 10 games as they battle the injury bug at the worst possible time. The club currently has seven players on the disabled list, including Matt Holliday, Matt Adams, Randal Grichuk, and Jon Jay. Still, this team knows how to win, particularly late in the season.
- Texas Rangers-20/1
The Rangers are the hottest team in baseball having won eight of their last 10 games. Unfortunately, first place Houston has been almost as hot in winning seven of their last 10 games.
- Pittsburgh Pirates-10/1
Like the Rangers, Pittsburgh has won a scorching eight of their last 10 games to pull within 3.5 games of St. Louis in the NL Central. Now….I’ve got memories of the beloved Willie ‘Pops’ Stargell floating around in my mind.
- Chicago Cubs-12/1
The Cubs are heating up at just the right time, having won four straight heading into Monday night to pull within 6.5 games of St. Louis. Unfortunately, the Cubbies are still chasing a red-hot second place Pittsburgh ballclub as well as trying to catch the Cards.
- New York Mets-7/1
The Mets have won three straight to move five games up on second place Washington in the NL East.
- New York Yankees-12/1
The Yankees lost the last time out but are 6-4 in their last 10 games as they try to keep pace with red-hot Toronto.
- San Francisco Giants-12/1
Buster Posey and company have lost two straight, but sit just 1.5 games behind L.A. thanks to the Dodgers’ own five-game skid.
- Washington Nationals-25/1
The Nats have won two straight but still sit five games behind the Mets in the NL East despite their preseason status as the odds-on-favorites to represent the NL in the upcoming World Series.
- Los Angeles Dodgers-10/1
The Dodgers have hit the skids at the worst possible time, losing five straight heading into Monday night. The good news is that Yasiel Puig and company are still 1.5 games up on second place San Francisco.
- Los Angeles Angels-35/1
Just like their L.A. counterparts, the Angels are heading the wrong way at the worst time possible. Mike Trout, Albert Pujols and the rest of the Halos have dropped four straight heading into Monday night.
- Minnesota Twins-50/1
The Twins have won four straight. That’s the good news. The bad news is that Minnesota is still 12.5 games behind first place Kansas City in the AL Central.
- Baltimore Orioles-50/1
The Orioles have lost four in a row but are 5-5 over their last 10 games and still are just 6.5 games behind division-leading Toronto in the AL East.
- Arizona Diamondbacks-100/1
The D-Backs are getting hot at the right time, having won four straight to move one game over .500 and pull within five games of the division-leading Dodgers.
- Tampa Bay Rays-60/1
The Rays are just 4-6 in their last 10 games and sit seven games behind Toronto in the AL East.
- San Diego Padres-120/1
The Padres are 7-3 in their last 10 games and just 6.5 games in back of the Dodgers. Still, the Pads have their work cut out in trying to pull off the upset division win.
- Cleveland Indians-120/1
Terry Francona’s boys are just 5-5in their last 10 games and would need a miracle of the highest order if they want to come back from a 17.5-game deficit in the AL Central.
- Seattle Mariners-350/1
Felix Hernandez and the M’s have gone 4-6 over their last 10 games and sit 11.5 games behind Houston in the AL West.
- Detroit Tigers-100/1
The Tigers have lost three in a row and won’t reach the postseason no matter how ‘cray-cray’ Miguel Cabrera goes at the plate. Detroit is currently a whopping 16 games behind Kansas City in the AL Central.
- Chicago White Sox-200/1
The ChiSox are just 4-6 in their last 10 games but can kiss their postseason hopes goodbye seeing as how they’re 16 games back in the AL Central.
- Boston Red Sox-300/1
The BoSox have lost two straight and are simply riding out the season as they sit a whopping 1 games back of first place Toronto.
- Atlanta Braves-5000/1
The Braves have lost seven straight heading into tonight and look like an absolute mess. Maybe it’s me, but I’m thinking Mike Maddux, Tom Glavine and John Smoltz could all probably come out of retirement and perform better than the current Braves.
- Cincinnati Reds-5000/1
Jeez…the Reds have lost a stunning nine straight games and apparently need Pete Rose, Johnny Bench and the rest of the Big Red ball players from their legendary 1970s ballclubs.
- Oakland Athletics-2000/1
The A’s got a rare win the last time out but they’re still a whopping 15 games behind Houston.
- Milwaukee Brewers-5000/1
Milwaukee has lost two straight and sits an incredible 26 games behind St. Louis in the NL Central.
- Philadelphia Phillies-5000/1
My beloved hometown Phillies are pretty bad. Yet, they’ve managed to win three straight and have a handful of seriously talented young players to build with moving forward.
- Miami Marlins-5000/1
The Marlins have lost three straight and are currently tied with Philly for last place in the NL East.
- Colorado Rockies-5000/1
The Rockies have also lost three in a row and are the only tam in baseball that hasn’t reached the 50-win mark heading into Monday night. Colorado is 17.5 games behind the Dodgers in the NL West.