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Dodgers favored to repeat in '21

Field Level Media
28 Oct 2020, 14:55 GMT+10

Fresh off their first World Series title in 32 years, the Los Angeles Dodgers are already favored to repeat in 2021.

The Dodgers beat the Tampa Bay Rays in Game 6 on Tuesday night to secure their first championship since 1988.

Numerous sportsbooks have already installed them as the heavy favorites for next season, including PointsBet installing the Dodgers as 375 favorites while BetMGM and SportsBetting.com had Los Angeles listed at 400 on Tuesday night.

The New York Yankees are the second favorites at all three sportsbooks: 600 by BetMGM and 700 by PointsBet and SportsBetting.com.

The books differ on the biggest threat to the Dodgers in the National League, with BetMGM offering the Atlanta Braves at 800 while PointsBet.com and SportsBetting.com listed the San Diego Padres with the second-shortest odds in the NL at 750 and 800, respectfully.

The Rays are the second favorites in the AL at 1000 by PointsBet and SportsBetting.com. However, PointsBet is also offering the Minnesota Twins at 1000, while BetMGM is offering the Chicago White Sox at 100 compared to the Twins and Oakland Athletics at 1600.

2021 World Series Winner Odds (PointsBet)

Los Angeles Dodgers: 375

New York Yankees: 700

San Diego Padres: 750

Minnesota Twins: 1000

Tampa Bay Rays: 1000

Chicago White Sox: 1100

Atlanta Braves: 1200

Oakland Athletics: 1200

Cleveland Indians: 1700

Houston Astros: 1700

Chicago Cubs: 2000

Cincinnati Reds: 2500

New York Mets: 3000

Washington Nationals: 3000

St. Louis Cardinals: 3500

Los Angeles Angels: 4000

Philadelphia Phillies: 4000

Milwaukee Brewers: 5000

Arizona Diamondbacks: 6600

San Francisco Giants: 7000

Toronto Blue Jays: 7000

Boston Red Sox: 8000

Baltimore Orioles: 12500

Texas Rangers: 12500

Colorado Rockies: 1500

Kansas City Royals: 15000

Miami Marlins: 20000

Detroit Tigers: 25000

Seattle Mariners: 25000

Pittsburgh Pirates: 35000

--Field Level Media

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