The Dodgers are no longer Vegas darlings for World Series, but still favored to beat Atlanta Braves.

Online odds maker Bovada chose the Boston Red Sox as its World Series favorite today for the first time all year. At 15-to-4, they surpassed the Dodgers and Detroit Tigers:

Boston Red Sox           15/4
Los Angeles Dodgers   9/2
Detroit Tigers                19/4
St. Louis Cardinals       11/2
Atlanta Braves               7/1
Oakland Athletics          15/2
Tampa Bay Rays          8/1
Pittsburgh Pirates         10/1

The Dodgers are still favored to beat the Atlanta Braves and go on to win the National League pennant:

Los Angeles Dodgers     9/5
St. Louis Cardinals         2/1
Atlanta Braves                13/4
Pittsburgh Pirates           4/1

Dodgers-Red Sox is now the favored matchup:

Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Boston Red Sox     13/2
Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Detroit Tigers          7/1
St. Louis Cardinals vs. Boston Red Sox          7/1
St. Louis Cardinals vs. Detroit Tigers              8/1
Atlanta Braves vs. Boston Red Sox                 9/1
Atlanta Braves vs. Detroit Tigers                     10/1
Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Oakland Athletics   10/1
Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Tampa Bay Rays   12/1
Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Boston Red Sox           12/1
St. Louis Cardinals vs. Oakland Athletics       12/1
Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Detroit Tigers               14/1
St. Louis Cardinals vs. Tampa Bay Rays       14/1
Atlanta Braves vs. Oakland Athletics              18/1
Atlanta Braves vs. Tampa Bay Rays              20/1
Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Oakland Athletics         20/1
Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Tampa Bay Rays         22/1

Here are some prop bets Bovada is offering on the series:

Exact Series Result
Los Angeles Dodgers 3-0              4/1
Los Angeles Dodgers 3-1            15/4
Los Angeles Dodgers 3-2              7/2
Atlanta Braves 3-0                         7/1
Atlanta Braves 3-1                         9/2
Atlanta Braves 3-2                       15/4

Total Games in Series
3     5/2
4     3/2
5     7/5

Most Hits, Runs and RBIs in Series
Yasiel Puig (LA)                    -130 (10/13)
Freddie Freeman (ATL)        EVEN (1/1)

Adrian Gonzalez (LAD)        -130 (10/13)
Justin Upton (ATL)                EVEN (1/1)

Hanley Ramirez (LAD)      -140 (5/7)
Chris Johnson (ATL)         +110 (11/10)

Carl Crawford (LAD)          -130 (10/13)
Jason Heyward (ATL)        EVEN (1/1)

Game 1 Strikeouts
Total Strikeouts – Clayton Kershaw (LA)
Over/Under     7

Total Strikeouts – Kris Medlen (ATL)
Over/Under    5 ½

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J.P. Hoornstra covers the Dodgers, Angels and Major League Baseball for the Los Angeles Daily News, Long Beach Press-Telegram, Torrance Daily Breeze, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Pasadena Star-News, San Bernardino Sun, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, Whittier Daily News and Redlands Daily Facts. Before taking the beat in 2012, J.P. covered the NHL for four years. UCLA gave him a degree once upon a time; when he graduated on schedule, he missed getting Arnold Schwarzenegger's autograph on his diploma by five months.