Every MLB Team’s Odds to Win 2014 World Series Heading Into Week 7

Every Team's Odds to Win it All After Week 6

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With week six of the regular season in the books, MLB enthusiasts are looking to see if their favorite team is one of Vegas' favorite teams as well. Although the World Series is about six months away, it's never too early to start looking at which teams have the best odds to win it all in 2014.

Here are each team's World Series odds -- from worst to best odds.

30. Houston Astros (12-27)

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30. Houston Astros (12-27)

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It's no surprise that the Astros are in last place on this list. They are just 12-27 and have the cheapest roster in baseball. Some young studs will make them exciting in the coming years, however.

Odds: 1000/1

29. Chicago Cubs (13-24)

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29. Chicago Cubs (13-24)

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The Cubs are playing like the Cubs once again in 2014. Many are hoping that the organization will turn things around in the next couple of years because of so many talented young prospects.

Odds: 500/1

28. Arizona Diamondbacks (15-26)

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28. Arizona Diamondbacks (15-26)

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Not many people expected the Diamondbacks to struggle as mightily as they are this season, but I can guarantee the Kirk Gibson-led squad will put a run together before it's all said and done.

Odds: 300/1

27. San Diego Padres (18-21)

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27. San Diego Padres (18-21)

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It seems like it's been forever since the Padres were a force to be reckoned with -- or even a threat -- in baseball. It looks like their dreams of winning a World Series will have to wait yet another year, according to Vegas.

Odds: 150/1

26. Minnesota Twins (17-19)

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26. Minnesota Twins (17-19)

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It's not often you see a team tied for third place in their division that just took a three-game series against the best team in baseball with such poor odds. Well, meet the Minnesota Twins, folks.

Odds: 150/1

25. New York Mets (18-19)

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25. New York Mets (18-19)

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After starting the season 15-12, it looked like the Mets might actually have a chance to contend for a playoff spot. However, that was just 27 games into the year and they are just 3-7 in their last 10 games.

Odds: 100/1

24. Philadelphia Phillies (17-19)

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24. Philadelphia Phillies (17-19)

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Chase Utley and Ryan Howard are playing somewhat like their old selves. However, the rest of the team isn't playing much better than it has in years past. The Phillies are already in last place in the NL East.

Odds: 75/1

23. Miami Marlins (20-19)

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23. Miami Marlins (20-19)

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Losing Jose Fernandez for possibly the rest of the season is a big blow to a young, exciting team like the Marlins who were just starting to gain steam. However, they are dropping off a bit lately and Giancarlo Stanton can only carry this team so far.

Odds: 75/1

22. Pittsburgh Pirates (16-21)

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22. Pittsburgh Pirates (16-21)

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The Pirates made the playoffs a season ago, ending a ridiculous multiple-decade drought. However, they might be back to their old ways with a mediocre start in 2013 and the reigning MVP, Andrew McCutchen, is doing all he can to keep them afloat.

Odds: 66/1

21. Chicago White Sox (19-21)

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21. Chicago White Sox (19-21)

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The White Sox have a scary offense and one of the best rookies in recent memory, Jose Abreu, knocking home runs out of the park like it's his job. Chris Sale coming back to the rotation might help the mediocre pitching staff.

Odds: 66/1

20. Cleveland Indians (18-20)

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20. Cleveland Indians (18-20)

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The Indians, like the Pirates, improbably made the playoffs in 2013 as a wild card, but have failed to live up to somewhat lofty expectations in 2014. Injuries have hampered the Tribe, but they are on the way back up, winning seven of their last 10 games.

Odds: 50/1

19. Kansas City Royals (18-19)

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19. Kansas City Royals (18-19)

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Every year, you hear people talk about how the Royals are the dark-horse favorite to make a run at the playoffs because of their young, underrated roster. Every year, they end up falling short. Is 2014 the season they finally make the playoffs?

Odds: 40/1

18. Cincinnati Reds (17-19)

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18. Cincinnati Reds (17-19)

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Cincinnati could be a force to be reckoned with if it makes the postseason. The Reds finally got Aroldis Chapman back to the bullpen after being out over a month due to taking a line drive to the dome in spring training. This is a scary underdog-type team.

Odds: 40/1

17. Toronto Blue Jays (19-20)

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17. Toronto Blue Jays (19-20)

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The Blue Jays narrowly avoided a four-game sweep by the Los Angeles Angels at home over the weekend, but they still find themselves around .500 on the season. This team can flat-out hit -- when it wants to.

Odds: 33/1

16. Seattle Mariners (20-18)

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16. Seattle Mariners (20-18)

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Adding Robinson Cano was a start to the turnaround of the Seattle organization. It's doubtful that the Mariners have any shot at a World Series in 2014, but a wild card berth is certainly not out of the question.

Odds: 33/1

15. Colorado Rockies (23-17)

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15. Colorado Rockies (23-17)

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Colorado has the best offense in baseball -- by a wide margin. However, Vegas is giving the Rockies absolutely no love right now in the World Series odds game. With one of the best records in baseball and an offense that would scare small children, I would say this is the dark-horse bet to make if you wanted to pick an underdog.

Odds: 33/1

14. Tampa Bay Rays (16-23)

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14. Tampa Bay Rays (16-23)

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Okay, so there are teams like the Rockies that are six games over .500 getting shafted on this list and then you have the Rays who are seven games under .500 getting some love. I guess that's what happens when you're a preseason favorite to win the AL East.

Odds: 25/1

13. Baltimore Orioles (20-16)

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13. Baltimore Orioles (20-16)

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Baltimore is getting some of it's stars healthy and ready to make a run as Manny Machado was just activated and added to the roster from the DL. If Machado can play like he has the potential to, the Orioles' offense is going to be as scary as any in the league.

Odds: 25/1

12. Texas Rangers (20-19)

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12. Texas Rangers (20-19)

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The Rangers have such solid odds for being a .500 team because of their potential. With Prince Fielder struggling more than any superstar in the league this season, it's just a matter of time before his bat heats up and he takes over as the slugger he can be.

Odds: 18/1

11. Los Angeles Angels (19-18)

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11. Los Angeles Angels (19-18)

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The Angels are another team ranked so high on this list solely on potential and not performance -- just like the Rays and Rangers. Los Angeles should be getting Josh Hamilton back in the next couple of weeks as well, giving them a scary middle-of-the-order.

Odds: 16/1

10. New York Yankees (19-18)

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10. New York Yankees (19-18)

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The Yankees are always in talks when it comes to World Series favorites because, well, they're the Yankees. Not many teams did as much work in the offseason as New York and it's going to pay off in the long run -- or so Vegas thinks.

Odds: 14/1

9. Milwaukee Brewers (24-14)

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9. Milwaukee Brewers (24-14)

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The Brewers have the second-most wins in baseball right now, but a 4-6 record in their last 10 games has dropped them from the top-five in odds to ninth. They will be getting Ryan Braun back this week, however, which will help their cause.

Odds: 14/1

8. Boston Red Sox (19-18)

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8. Boston Red Sox (19-18)

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The reigning champs are the team with the best odds in their division -- no surprise there -- but they aren't exactly setting the world on fire with their play this season. The Red Sox will need much more consistent play if they want to repeat. A negative run differential is definitely not World Series-worthy.

Odds: 14/1

7. Atlanta Braves (21-16)

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7. Atlanta Braves (21-16)

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Atlanta has struggled to score runs this season, leading to a run differential of just +7 and a 21-16 record. If their offense wasn't so lethargic, the Braves would probably have the best record in the league. The pitching staff has allowed the least runs in baseball, but the offense has produced the second-least amount of runs as well.

Odds: 14/1

6. San Francisco Giants (25-14)

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6. San Francisco Giants (25-14)

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San Francisco is one of those teams that can win it all every year. The Giants have two World Series titles since 2010 and they are off to a red-hot start in 2014, making people believe that another one could be in the cards.

Odds: 12/1

5. Washington Nationals (20-18)

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5. Washington Nationals (20-18)

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Losing Bryce Harper for an extended period of time has dropped the Nationals from the No. 3-best team in terms of odds to the No. 5 team. It's not a big drop, but you can definitely tell this team misses Bryce.

Odds: 10/1

4. St. Louis Cardinals (19-20)

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4. St. Louis Cardinals (19-20)

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Vegas has placed a ton of faith in the Cardinals this season to take home the crown because of past performances. It seems like St. Louis is in the hunt for a World Series every single year and many believe it will happen once again in 2014. They haven't missed the playoffs since 2010.

Odds: 10/1

3. Oakland Athletics (24-15)

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3. Oakland Athletics (24-15)

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The Athletics might be the hottest team in baseball right now as they have soared past everyone in the AL West standings after five straight wins and find themselves owning the fourth-best record in all of baseball.

Odds: 10/1

2. Los Angeles Dodgers (21-19)

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2. Los Angeles Dodgers (21-19)

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The Dodgers are another team that hasn't been overly-impressive this season, but because they were the preseason favorite to win it all, they are still in the top-three. Don't be surprised if they finally break out of average play and put a huge win streak together very soon.

Odds: 15/2

1. Detroit Tigers (22-12)

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1. Detroit Tigers (22-12)

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Detroit seems to be playing like the best team in baseball recently and they are living up to the high expectations that were bestowed upon them before the season even started. The offense was a problem at the beginning of the season, but now it seems like a strength, ranking in the top-10 in all MLB offensive and pitching categories.

Odds: 13/2

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