MLB Futures Odds: Gerrit Cole additon boosts Yankees to top of 2020 World Series odds

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With spring training quickly approaching we take a look at all 30 MLB teams and their odds to win the World Series.

The Yankees Start the new year as the league’s biggest winners as they move from third to first passing the Astros and Dodgers. The Houston Astros who originally opened with best odd to win the 2020 world series have fallen into the third position after Starting pitcher Gerrit Cole left for the Yankees in free agency. The Dodgers still stay solid in second place even after losing their own starting pitcher, Hyun-Jin Ryu.

The Washington Nationals despite signing MVP pitcher Stephen Strasburg, see their odds fall to from 14/1 to 16/1 most likely due to their inability to resign third baseman Anthony Rendon to the Angels, who have flown from 100/1 to 30/1. With a few weeks left from the beginning of spring training you can still expect a lot to change.

Here are the odds to win the 2020 world series, courtesy of Superbook at Westgate:

Teams Odds To win world Series (As of Jan 7, 2019)
New York Yankees 3/1
Los Angelas Dodgers 6/1
Houston Astros 7/1
Atlanta Braves 12/1
St Louis Cardinals 16/1
Washington Nationals 16/1
Philadelphia Phillies 16/1
New York Mets 18/1
Boston Red Sox 20/1
Cleveland Indians 25/1
Minnesota Twins 25/1
Oakland Athletics 30/1
Tampa Bay Rays 30/1
Chicago Cubs 30/1
Los Angelas Angels 30/1
Cinncinnati Reds 30/1
San Diego Padres 30/1
Milwaukee Brewers 40/1
Chicago White Sox 40/1
Texas Rangers 50/1
Arizona Diamondbacks 60/1
Colorado Rockies 80/1
Toronto Blue Jays 100/1
Pittsburgh Pirates 200/1
San Francisco Giants 300/1
Seattle Mariners 500/1
Kansas City Royals 500/1
Baltimore Orioles 1000/1
Detroit Tigers 1000/1
Miami Marlins 1000/1