2021 World Series Odds: Dodgers Favored to Defend Title Next Year

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And there you have it. Following seven straight unsuccessful postseason campaigns — including consecutive World Series runner-up finishes in 2017 and 2018 — the Dodgers are 2020 World Series champions.

It wasn’t too much of a surprise considering LA was favored to win the Fall Classic for just about the entire season, including an opening price of +350.

And speaking of opening prices, that’s right around where LA finds itself heading into 2021, followed by a fairly significant gap. Let’s take a look.


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2021 World Series Odds

Team Odds (Oct. 27)
Dodgers +375 [Bet Now]
Yankees +700 [Bet Now in NJ!]
Padres +750 [Bet Now]
Twins +1000 [Bet Now]
Rays +1000 [Bet Now]
White Sox +1100 [Bet Now in IL!]
Braves +1200 [Bet Now]
Athletics +1400 [Bet Now]
Indians +1700 [Bet Now]
Astros +1700 [Bet Now]
Cubs +2000 [Bet Now in IL!]
Mets +3000 [Bet Now in NJ!]
Nationals +3000 [Bet Now]
Cardinals +3500 [Bet Now]
Angels +4000 [Bet Now]
Phillies +4000 [Bet Now in PA!]
Brewers +5000 [Bet Now]
Diamondbacks +6600 [Bet Now]
Giants +7000 [Bet Now]
Blue Jays +7000 [Bet Now]
Red Sox +8000 [Bet Now]
Orioles +12500 [Bet Now]
Rangers +12500 [Bet Now]
Rockies +15000 [Bet Now in CO!]
Royals +15000 [Bet Now]
Marlins +20000 [Bet Now]
Tigers +25000 [Bet Now]
Mariners +25000 [Bet Now]
Pirates +35000 [Bet Now in PA!]

Only two other clubs land inside the 10-1 mark: the Yankees (unsurprisingly), and the Padres, who outperformed expectations in 2020 in a major way. San Diego finished with the third-best record in baseball, but were unfortunately overshadowed by their division rivals in the process.

This year’s runners-up, the Rays, find themselves right at that 10-1 mark for 2021, tied with the Twins as the fourth-likeliest champions.

As for how the rest of the odds board is laid out, seven more teams come in front of the 20-1 line, which is where things start to creep up pretty a steep hill.

You can find easily find the best odds for each team as they’re rolled out this offseason by making use of our MLB futures tool.

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