World Series Odds 2023: Dodgers Open as Favorites Again

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Either the Philadelphia Phillies or Houston Astros will win the 2022 series — but its never too early think about next year.

The Los Angeles Dodgers (+500) have the shortest odds at DraftKings to win the 2023 World Series.  It's the third year in a row they open as favorites.

They're followed by the Houston Astros (+600) and Atlanta Braves (+800), rounding out a list of favorites that features the last four teams to make the World Series, plus the New York Yankees (+900).

Since 2010, teams that open with +650 odds or shorter have only only won the World Series once, according to That team? The Dodgers in 2020.

The Oakland A's, Washington Nationals and Pittsburgh Pirates are DraftKings' biggest longshots at +10000 a piece.

Team2023 World Series Odds
Los Angeles Dodgers+500
Houston Astros+600
Atlanta Braves+800
Toronto Blue Jays+900
New York Yankees+900
New York Mets+1100
Philadelphia Phillies+1300
San Diego Padres+1400
Chicago White Sox+1400
St. Louis Cardinals+1700
Seattle Mariners+2000
Milwaukee Brewers+2000
Tampa Bay Rays+2200
Boston Red Sox+2500
Los Angeles Angels+3000
San Francisco Giants+3500
Minnesota Twins+4000
Cleveland Guardians+4000
Baltimore Orioles+4000
Texas Rangers+5000
Miami Marlins+5000
Detroit Tigers+5000
Chicago Cubs+6000
Kansas City Royals+7000
Arizona Diamondbacks+7000
Colorado Rockies+8000
Cincinnati Reds+9000
Washington Nationals+10000
Pittsburgh Pirates+10000
Oakland Athletics+10000

This marks the third time in six years the Astros opened with +600 odds or shorter to win the World Series. They're currently -185 to win the 2022 World Series at DraftKings.

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