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Dodgers Are Favorites To Win 2014 World Series

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LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) - A day after the Boston Red Sox won the 2013 World Series against the St. Louis Cardinals, sports books such as Bovada have already released the odds for next year’s Fall Classic winner.

The favorites, at 7/1, are the NL West champions the Los Angeles Dodgers, followed by the American League runners-up Detroit Tigers at 9/1.

The reigning champs Red Sox are the third choice, along with the Cardinals and Nationals at 10/1 — the worst at 250/1 are the Houston Astros.

The Dodgers were the favorites to win the 2013 World Series just before the playoffs started, but after their top hitter, Hanley Ramirez, went down with a rib injury, it went all downhill for the Blue Crew — eliminated 4 games to 2 to the Cardinals.

Next year’s favorite, who also has the highest payroll in the League, will add more depth to the lineup by adding a speedy second baseman from Cuba, Alexander Guerrero.

Here are the odds to win 2014 World Series for every team:
Los Angeles Dodgers 7/1
Detroit Tigers 9/1
Boston Red Sox 10/1
St. Louis Cardinals 10/1
Washington Nationals 10/1
Los Angeles Angels 14/1
Atlanta Braves 16/1
Cincinnati Reds 16/1
New York Yankees 16/1
Oakland Athletics 16/1
Tampa Bay Rays 16/1
Texas Rangers 16/1
San Francisco Giants 18/1
Cleveland Indians 20/1
Baltimore Orioles 25/1
Pittsburgh Pirates 25/1
Toronto Blue Jays 25/1
Kansas City Royals 33/1
Philadelphia Phillies 33/1
Arizona Diamondbacks 40/1
Chicago White Sox 50/1
Milwaukee Brewers 50/1
Seattle Mariners 50/1
Chicago Cubs 66/1
Colorado Rockies 66/1
San Diego Padres 66/1
Minnesota Twins 75/1
New York Mets 75/1
Miami Marlins 200/1
Houston Astros 250/1

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