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Major League Baseball 2015 World Series Bodog Sportsbook Futures Odds Update

Major League Baseball 2015 World Series Bodog Sportsbook Futures Odds Update

Toronto Blue Jays: Top chalk to claim the MLB Fall Classic Sitting with a 53-51 record, Toronto was six games behind the New York Yankees in the American League East Division on July 31, 2015. Following a few very shrewd moves at the MLB trade line, the Blue Jays have soared as they are 16-4 […]

Toronto Blue Jays: Top chalk to claim the MLB Fall Classic

Sitting with a 53-51 record, Toronto was six games behind the New York Yankees in the American League East Division on July 31, 2015. Following a few very shrewd moves at the MLB trade line, the Blue Jays have soared as they are 16-4 in August to date and now own a half game lead on the Yankees in the AL East. Facts are facts and this Toronto squad is stacked from top to bottom offensively while the addition of ace David Price has added major punch to the pitching staff. It all adds to the Blue Jays being the favorites to win the MLB World Series for the first time since 1993.

Show Me State squads round out the top three World Series favorites at Bodog

It’s a great time to be a baseball fan in the State of Missouri as the St. Louis Cardinals and Kansas City Royals both appear to be MLB postseason bound. With a 75-48 record, Kansas City is in complete control of the AL Central as the Royals own a huge 12.5 game lead over the Minnesota Twins. Owners of the best record in baseball, for the bulk of the season, St. Louis is 78-45 and the Cardinals have a 3.5 game lead on the Pittsburgh Pirates in the NL Central playoff race. Should the Buccos overtake the Cards, St. Louis is still well positioned to earn at least a NL Wild Card berth.

MLB 2015 World Series Futures Prediction: Not overly excited about our preseason Fall Classic calls, as the playoffs approach, we are going to add Toronto to our World Series Championship futures wagers that include the Los Angeles Dodgers and the wilting Washington Nationals. We will soar with the Blue Jays to win the 2015 MLB World Series with a 500 unit wager on the futures prices currently posted at Bodog. If you are backing Canada’s team as well – jump on these lines as soon as possible as they are sure to shrink as the Blue Jays continue to crush everyone in their path.

Bodog 2015 Major League Baseball World Series Futures Odds

Bodog 2015 Major League Baseball World Series Futures Odds 

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