Odds & Picks to Win the 2015 World Series

Bryce Harper and the Washington Nationals are the favorites to win the 2015 World Series. (Getty)

Bryce Harper and the Washington Nationals are the favorites to win the 2015 World Series. (Getty)

With the Major League Baseball season just a few days away, the sportsbooks have released their odds for the favorites to win the 2015 World Series.

The early pick to win it all from sportsbooks monitored by OddsSharks.com are the Washington Nationals, who garnered 6/1 odds. The Los Angeles Dodgers were given the next best shot at 17/2.

The Nationals won the National League East in 2014, but fell in the NL Divisional Series to the eventual World Series champion San Francisco Giants.

In the offseason, the Nats added ace pitcher Max Scherzer to an already top-notch rotation. Add that to a deep bullpen and potent offense, and Washington is the team to beat.

Last year’s World Series participants did not get much love from the oddsmakers; the champion Giants got 18/1 odds, while the American League-winning Kansas City Royals came in at 33/1.

The best odds for the American League were the Boston Red Sox at 10/1.

Here are the World Series odds for all the teams:


2015 World Series Odds

The oddsmakers like Clayton Kershaw and the L.A. Dodgers chances of winning the World Series. (Getty)

The oddsmakers like Clayton Kershaw and the L.A. Dodgers chances of winning the World Series. (Getty)

Washington Nationals … 6/1
Los Angeles Dodgers … 17/2
Boston Red Sox … 10/1
Seattle Mariners … 12/1
St. Louis Cardinals … 12/1
Los Angeles Angels … 14/1
Chicago Cubs … 16/1
Chicago White Sox … 16/1
Detroit Tigers … 16/1
San Diego Padres … 18/1
San Francisco Giants … 18/1
Cleveland Indians … 20/1
Oakland Athletics … 25/1
Pittsburgh Pirates … 25/1
Toronto Blue Jays … 25/1
Baltimore Orioles … 33/1
Kansas City Royals … 33/1
Miami Marlins … 33/1
New York Mets … 33/1
New York Yankees … 33/1
Cincinnati Reds … 50/1
Houston Astros … 50/1
Milwaukee Brewers … 50/1
Texas Rangers … 50/1
Atlanta Braves … 66/1
Tampa Bay Rays … 66/1
Arizona Diamondbacks … 100/1
Colorado Rockies … 100/1
Minnesota Twins … 100/1
Philadelphia Phillies … 150/1


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