SAN DIEGO — The Dodgers’ odds of winning the 2016 World Series are holding steady at four percent, according to online oddsmaker Bovada. Those odds are the same today as they were in November, before the Dodgers signed free agents Kenta Maeda, Scott Kazmir, Yaisel Sierra, Chase Utley and Howie Kendrick.
Only the Chicago Cubs (5:1), San Francisco Giants (8:1) and Toronto Blue Jays (10:1) have better odds than the Dodgers at 12:1. Only the Cubs (9:4) have better odds of winning the NL pennant than the Dodgers (11:2). The Giants and Dodgers are both given 6:5 odds of winning the NL West.
Online oddsmaker Bovada has given the Dodgers 6-to-1 odds to win the World Series, behind only the Blue Jays, Royals and Cardinals. Here’s the complete list of opening playoff odds:
Online oddsmaker Bovada updated its odds to win the 2015 World Series on Wednesday. The Dodgers (6-to-1) are the new favorites, ahead of the Cardinals (7-to-1) and the Tigers (15-to-2)
Some more odds released Wednesday:
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Las Vegas thinks it’s a wash.
According to online oddsmaker Bovada, the Dodgers are still the favorites to win the 2015 World Series, at 15-to-2. That hasn’t changed since October 30. Now, however, the Washington Nationals are also 15-to-2 favorites. See for yourself:
AL MVP favorite Mike Trout singled in his first career at-bat against NL MVP favorite Clayton Kershaw earlier this season. (John McCoy/Staff photographer)
The Dodgers and Angels are the co-favorites to win the World Series, at 5-to-1 each, according to Bovada. The online oddsmaker released its final odds following the conclusion of the regular season yesterday.
Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw is the favorite to win the National League MVP and Cy Young awards.
The full list: