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

World Series Odds Heading Into June

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We are about two months into the MLB season and there is still no clear favorite to win the 2014 MLB World Series, but it's never too early to see the odds of each team to win it all. Will the Boston Red Sox repeat as champions or will there be a new World Series winner in 2014?

Let's take a look at the odds for each MLB team -- from worst odds to best.

30. Houston Astros (21-32)

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30. Houston Astros (21-32)

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With rookie George Springer coming on strong lately, showing some unbelievable power, you would think that the Astros are trending in a positive direction, but Vegas still has zero confidence in the 'Stros.

Odds: 1000/1

29. New York Mets (23-28)

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29. New York Mets (23-28)

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There is a new second-to-last team in terms of odds to win it all this season. The Mets have gone from 19-19 not too long ago to a mediocre 23-28 because of a recent poor stretch.

Odds: 200/1

28. Arizona Diamondbacks (21-33)

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28. Arizona Diamondbacks (21-33)

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People are still waiting for the Diamondbacks to wake up out of their slump that has lasted about two months now. Arizona was expected to contend for an NL West title, but it's already 13 games out of first place.

27. Minnesota Twins (24-25)

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27. Minnesota Twins (24-25)

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Minnesota is still getting absolutely no respect despite being just one game under the .500 mark and within striking distance of first place in the AL Central. However, the Twins aren't built to contend for an entire season and Vegas realizes that.

Odds: 200/1

26. Chicago Cubs (19-31)

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26. Chicago Cubs (19-31)

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The Cubs are no longer the No. 29 team on this list and it might not be too long before they rise even more. Heck, if they can start getting Jeff Samardzija the wins he deserves, the Cubs could be a fourth-place in the division type of team.

Odds: 150/1

25. Chicago White Sox (27-27)

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25. Chicago White Sox (27-27)

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It's been quite some time since the Chicago White Sox were contending for an AL Central title, but this could be the year. Chicago is in second place in the division and they also have one of the best offenses in baseball.

Odds: 130/1

24. Philadelphia Phillies (22-27)

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24. Philadelphia Phillies (22-27)

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Philadelphia is playing just as people expected it to play. It's a mediocre team with that has some talent, but it's mostly aging.

Odds: 120/1

23. San Diego Padres (24-29)

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23. San Diego Padres (24-29)

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San Diego is known for not contending for World Series titles in recent years. It has been a while since we have seen the Padres as a serious World Series threat. There just aren't enough pieces in place to make a serious run.

Odds: 100/1

22. Miami Marlins (27-25)

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22. Miami Marlins (27-25)

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Miami is an exciting young team and it has the opportunity to become a serious contender in the coming years. However, the 2014 season just doesn't look like the start as Jose Fernandez went down with a season-ending injury.

Odds: 100/1

21. Cleveland Indians (24-29)

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21. Cleveland Indians (24-29)

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Cleveland shocked some people and made it to the 2013 playoffs as a wild card team in the first year under Terry Francona. However, they have gotten off to a slow start this season -- even though they did sweep the division-leading Tigers last week.

Odds: 60/1

20. Pittsburgh Pirates (23-28)

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20. Pittsburgh Pirates (23-28)

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Pittsburgh is another team that is severely underperforming this season and it's just a matter of time until they break out, right?

Odds: 60/1

19. Kansas City Royals (24-27)

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19. Kansas City Royals (24-27)

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Kansas City is everyone's favorite baseball underdog. The Royals seemingly haven't been successful in decades and it might be time they break out of their slump and make a serious playoff run in 2014.

Odds: 50/1

18. Cincinnati Reds (22-28)

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18. Cincinnati Reds (22-28)

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Joey Votto, Brandon Phillips and Johnny Cueto are three pieces that would be huge factors if the Reds did end up making the playoffs. However, they are in one of the most competitive divisions in baseball and playoffs are no guarantee.

Odds: 50/1

17. Seattle Mariners (25-26)

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17. Seattle Mariners (25-26)

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Seattle added Robinson Cano in the offseason to help the team turn things around and make a World Series berth a possibility. He's doing everything he can, but he can't be a one-man show.

Odds: 40/1

16. Texas Rangers (26-26)

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16. Texas Rangers (26-26)

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The Texas Rangers took three of four games from the Detroit Tigers on the road last week and the bats finally came alive. Even though Prince Fielder is out for the season, the Rangers could be scary if they can get the bats going.

Odds: 35/1

15. Colorado Rockies (28-24)

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15. Colorado Rockies (28-24)

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Colorado has the best offense in baseball and it is the most exciting team out there right now because of the offensive prowess. However, they are struggling as a pitching staff playing in such a hitter-friendly park.

Odds: 35/1

14. Boston Red Sox (22-29)

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14. Boston Red Sox (22-29)

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Boston is struggling mightily right now as it has lost 11 of 14 games and dropped from around the .500 mark to seven games under it. Things are looking grim in Boston, but the Red Sox are reigning champs and still deserve some respect.

Odds: 30/1

13. Tampa Bay Rays (23-30)

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13. Tampa Bay Rays (23-30)

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Tampa Bay is struggling to find consistency this season -- as is most of the AL East. The Rays were considered a top World Series contender and the favorite to win the division before the season started, but they have a ways to go.

Odds: 30/1

12. Baltimore Orioles (26-24)

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12. Baltimore Orioles (26-24)

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Baltimore is getting everyone healthy at the same time and it's going to make the rest of baseball cringe when they see the Orioles on the schedule.

Odds: 25/1

11. Milwaukee Brewers (31-22)

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11. Milwaukee Brewers (31-22)

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Milwaukee has been the surprise of baseball so far this season as the Brewers were one of the worst teams in MLB last year. Getting Ryan Braun back and watching Carlos Gomez improve have been two main factors for success in 2014.

Odds: 25/1

10. Toronto Blue Jays (31-22)

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10. Toronto Blue Jays (31-22)

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Yet another team that is having surprising success is Toronto. The Blue Jays are leading the league in home runs and are a very exciting team that could make an improbable run at the World Series.

Odds: 16/1

9. Washington Nationals (25-26)

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9. Washington Nationals (25-26)

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Losing Bryce Harper has led to some tough times by the Nationals lately. They have gone from the third-best odds to win the World Series this season all the way to No. 9 after the injury bug has proven to be vital.

Odds: 15/1

8. Atlanta Braves (28-23)

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8. Atlanta Braves (28-23)

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Atlanta arguably has the worst offense of any division-leader this season, but it is somewhat heating up lately. The Braves are looking to get back to their old winning ways and take some more division titles.

Odds: 14/1

7. Los Angeles Angels (29-22)

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7. Los Angeles Angels (29-22)

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Los Angeles might not be ready to win a World Series just yet because the team hasn't really had time to gel with Josh Hamilton being on the disabled list, but Vegas knows the Angels will be a well-oiled machine come October.

Odds: 14/1

6. New York Yankees (27-24)

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6. New York Yankees (27-24)

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New York is known for having a pretty high payroll, but this year's team doesn't exactly have too many superstars. This year's Yankees are much improved from last year's team, however.

Odds: 14/1

5. Oakland Athletics (31-21)

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5. Oakland Athletics (31-21)

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Oakland has the best run differential in baseball and it looks like the Athletics might be that team who comes out of the American League this season as they are contending for that right every year.

Odds: 10/1

4. San Francisco Giants (33-19)

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4. San Francisco Giants (33-19)

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Remember when the Giants were awful last season? Yeah, neither do they. With the best record in the league, the Giants could be back to winning their third World Series since 2010.

Odds: 9/1

3. St. Louis Cardinals (29-23)

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3. St. Louis Cardinals (29-23)

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I don't even remember the last time the Cardinals weren't in the running for a World Series title. It seems like every season that the Cardinals are contending for a title and winning their division. Well, 2014 is absolutely no different.

Odds: 9/1

2. Los Angeles Dodgers (29-24)

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2. Los Angeles Dodgers (29-24)

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Is there any team that has gotten more respect despite hovering around the .500 mark this season than the Los Angeles Dodgers? Nope. However, this team is built to win and with Yasiel Puig showing he was no fluke, the Dodgers will be there until the end -- most likely.

Odds: 7/1

1. Detroit Tigers (29-19)

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1. Detroit Tigers (29-19)

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Detroit is the type of team that has it all. Great pitching, solid hitting and above average fielding. However a bit of a recent slump had the Tigers giving up the best record in baseball. Vegas still loves Detroit, however.

Odds: 5/1

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