Each year we take a detailed look at the Las Vegas odds to win the World Series. We don’t waste any time after the previous season is in the books.
We continue to update this page with the latest odds. Each time we update, we make a checkpoint to reference how the odds have changed. You will also see a probability percentage for each to win the title based on their current odds. There is also a search feature you can use to look only at a specific team.
For those of you who aren’t familiar, the money line odds format is used on this page. Basically, if the number is a positive one then if you bet $100 that is how much you would win. If the number is negative you need to bet that number to cash $100.
For example, if the odds are +160 then a $100 bet would win you $160. If the odds are -120 a $120 bet is needed to cash $100.
When is the 2019 World Series & What Dates are Games on?
All start times yet to be announced. All games will be broadcast exclusively on FOX. *Games 5-7 if necessary.
Game 1 – Tuesday, October 22nd
Game 2 – Wednesday, October 23rd
Game 3 – Friday, October 25th
Game 4 – Saturday, October 26th
*Game 5 – Sunday, October 27th
*Game 6 – Tuesday, October 29th
*Game 7 – Wednesday, October 30th
Vegas Betting Futures Favorites & Predictions
We have reached the 2019 MLB All-Star break and now is a great time to take a look at the odds to win it all.
Your current World Series favorites are the Los Angeles Dodgers, who are currently priced at +270. The Dodgers have made the World Series each of the last two years, only to lose to the Houston Astros in 2017 and the Boston Red Sox last year.
While the Dodgers own the best odds, they are just slightly ahead of a couple other serious contenders. The New York Yankees are next in line at +333 with the Astros right on their tails at +375.
Not too far back from the top 3 are the Atlanta Braves at +800 and the Minnesota Twins at +850. No other team has odds better than 20 to 1, as the Cubs are next up at +2000.
You then have the Phillies (+2300), Rays (+2500), Red Sox (+2500), Brewers (+2500), Nationals (+2800) and Indians (+3000) all lumped together. Only other teams with odds at 50 to 1 or better are the A’s (+3500), Cardinals (+4000) and Rangers (+5000).
World Series Prediction: Best Value
Chicago Cubs +2000 – I just think if you are looking for value at the All-Star break, the Cubs are a great option. Keep in mind that at the beginning of May, the Cubs were priced at +1000. While they are just 22-28 in their last 50, they are still sitting in 1st place in the NL Central and their +55 run differential is just 4 behind the Braves (+59) who are priced at +800.
I just think we haven’t seen the best the Cubs have to offer us in 2019. While the Cubs did just add on closer Craig Kimbrel, I expect more moves out of Theo Epstein before the trade deadline later this month. Let’s also not forget that it was 3 years after Epstein delivered his first title in Boston that he brought them a second.
Postseason Odds: Probabilities to Win 2019 World Series, NL & AL Pennant, & Division Titles
|Team||Current Odds||Implied Probability|
Odds to Win Pennant
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Odds to Win Each Division
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More Baseball Futures Betting
Something else you might be interested in checking out is our MLB over under win totals page. This has the expected records for each team before the baseball season began.
We also have individual player stat projections. These are over unders for all of the major stats for key players in the league. You can also head over to our MVP odds and Cy Young odds to see who is expected to bring home the hardware this season.
Our baseball lines feed will have the latest money lines, run lines, and totals for every game in the playoffs.
Previous MLB World Series Winners Odds History
|Year||Team||Preseason||Opening Day||All Star Break||Playoffs|
|2018||Boston Red Sox||+1100||+900||+550||+295|
|2015||Kansas City Royals||+2000||+3300||+900||+550|
|2014||San Francisco Giants||+2500||+2500||+1400||+1400|
|2013||Boston Red Sox||+2800||+2800||+850||+350|
|2012||San Francisco Giants||+2000||+2000||+1400||+750|
|2011||St. Louis Cardinals||+2500||+2500||+2000||+1400|
|2010||San Francisco Giants||+2500||+2500||+3300||+1000|
|2009||New York Yankees||+300||+300||+400||+200|
|2007||Boston Red Sox||+900|
|2006||St. Louis Cardinals||+700|
|2005||Chicago White Sox||+2200|