Who will win the 2015 World Series? Will it be the New York Mets or the Kansas City Royals?
The oddsmakers are expecting the 111th edition of the World Series to be close, similar to last year when the Royals lost to the Giants in 7 games. While the Royals have home field advantage and a better bullpen, the Mets have a good lineup led by Daniel Murphy and a better starting rotation. Mets second baseman Murphy has been having a record-setting postseason. According to analysts at MyTopSportsbooks.com, the Royals are the 11/10 favorites to win the World Series, but the Mets are close behind with 10/11 as their odds. In addition, NJ.com reports that Daniel Murphy is listed as having the best odds to capture the World Series MVP trophy at 11/2. In addition to the above information, here’s the list of odds when it comes to winning the World Series:
Odds the World Series is won in:
4 games: 7/1
5 games: 10/3
6 games: 7/3
7 games: 2/1
Odds to win the World Series MVP:
Daniel Murphy: 11/2
Alcides Escobar: 7/1
Lorenzo Cain: 8/1
Yoenis Cespedes: 8/1
Jacob deGrom: 10/1
Kendrys Morales: 12/1
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