Boston vs. Los Angeles: Which City Will Win More Championships This Year?

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Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports Pictured: A general view of the Boston Skyline and TD Garden

  • The 2018 World Series featuring the Los Angeles Dodgers and Boston Red Sox starts on Tuesday night.
  • One book has posted a handful of props related to all professional sports teams in Boston and Los Angeles.
  • Which city do bookmakers think is most likely to win more professional championships across the four major sports? See the various odds below.

The 2018 World Series is not only a matchup of two of MLB’s most popular and recognizable teams, but it also includes fan bases from two of the biggest sports markets in the country.

As a result, oddsmakers have posted a handful of fun and interesting prop bets pitting Boston sports against Los Angeles sports.

Boston Red Sox win 2018 World Series and Boston Bruins win 2018-19 Stanley Cup?

  • Yes: +1600

Boston Red Sox win 2018 World Series and Boston Celtics are 2018-19 NBA champions?

  • Yes: +1100

Boston Red Sox win 2018 World Series and New England Patriots win Super Bowl 53?

  • Yes: +950

Championships won by 2018 Boston Red Sox, 2018-19 Boston Celtics, 2018 New England Patriots and 2018-19 Boston Bruins?

  • Zero: +125
  • One: +105
  • Two: +600
  • Three: +4000
  • Four: +40000

Championships won by 2018 Los Angeles Dodgers, 2018-19 Los Angeles Lakers, 2018 Los Angeles Rams, 2018 Los Angeles Chargers and 2018-19 Los Angeles Kings?

  • Zero: -135
  • One: +175
  • Two: +550
  • Three: +7500
  • Four: +50000

LA Dodgers win 2018 World Series and LA Kings win 2018-19 Stanley Cup?

  • Yes: +8500

LA Dodgers win 2018 World Series and LA Lakers win 2018-19 NBA Championship?

  • Yes: +3500

LA Dodgers win 2018 World Series and LA Rams or LA Chargers win Super Bowl 53?

Yes: +750

Based on the odds above, the city of Boston projects to win more championships this year than Los Angeles, starting with the 2018 World Series.