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Seattle Mariners Odds to Win the World Series

Gabriel Santiago
Gabriel Santiago@gps_onthemic

The Seattle Mariners are no longer battling the longest postseason drought in American professional sports, but they have yet to claim baseball's ultimate prize.

Per the World Series odds at FanDuel Sportsbook, what are the Mariners' odds to win the World Series this season?

Seattle is listed at +2000 to win the Fall Classic, which ranks as the 10th-best odds.

Let's take a look at what we can expect from the Mariners in 2024.

All MLB odds come from FanDuel Sportsbook.

Mariners World Series Odds

Mariners Betting Odds

Mariners Projections

nERD from numberFire. Projections via FanGraphs.

  • nERD: 0.28 (11th)
  • Wins: 86 (6th)
  • Runs Per Game: 4.57 (21st)
  • Runs Allowed Per Game: 4.30 (best)
  • Run Differential: 43 (6th)

Mariners Analysis

Seattle's 2022 Wild Card birth ended a 20-year postseason drought. In 2023, the Mariners followed that up by nearly qualifying for the playoffs in back-to-back seasons. Unfortunately for the M's, they fell just a couple of games short, ending the recent campaign at 88-74.

Mariners skipper Scott Servais is entering his ninth season in the Emerald City. Seattle has made considerable strides in recent years, and they appear poised to make another run in 2024. The M's will return one of the top starting pitching rotations -- expect Luis Castillo, George Kirby and Logan Gilbert to once again lead the charge.

Of course, quality pitching is always a requirement for success through October, but boasting talent up the middle is another key aspect of a strong team. In center field, Seattle has the talents of Julio Rodriguez, who is fresh off his first 30-30 season. Rodriguez is barely 23 years old, yet possesses plus skills in hitting-for-power, running, throwing and fielding.

Behind the dish, Cal Raleigh was a solid backstop in 2023 while bopping 30 homers of his own. From there, shortstop J.P. Crawford is one of the smoothest infielders in the game. However, the M's must address the departure of Teoscar Hernandez, who recently joined the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Largely, the Mariners have talent in all the right places, but they'll still have to endure a tough division. Within the AL West, FanDuel Sportsbook has Seattle priced with the third-shortest odds (three-to-one) to win the division. Will 2024 be the year in which the Mariners leapfrog the defending champion Texas Rangers and juggernaut Houston Astros?

The M's are not the only team to showcase zero World Series titles, but they are the only current franchise to have never made an appearance in the Fall Classic -- perhaps that all goes by the wayside come October.

Every Team's Odds to Win the World Series

  • Los Angeles Dodgers (+320)
  • Atlanta Braves (+450)
  • Houston Astros (+700)
  • New York Yankees (+800)
  • Texas Rangers (+1400)
  • Philadelphia Phillies (+1500)
  • Baltimore Orioles (+1500)
  • Minnesota Twins (+2000)
  • Toronto Blue Jays (+2000)
  • Seattle Mariners (+2000)
  • St. Louis Cardinals (+3200)
  • Tampa Bay Rays (+3300)
  • Chicago Cubs (+3700)
  • Arizona Diamondbacks (+4000)
  • New York Mets (+5000)
  • Boston Red Sox (+5000)
  • Cincinnati Reds (+5500)
  • San Diego Padres (+6000)
  • Detroit Tigers (+6000)
  • San Francisco Giants (+6500)
  • Cleveland Guardians (+7500)
  • Milwaukee Brewers (+8500)
  • Miami Marlins (+9000)
  • Kansas City Royals (+15000)
  • Los Angeles Angels (+18000)
  • Pittsburgh Pirates (+20000)
  • Washington Nationals +25000)
  • Chicago White Sox (+25000)
  • Oakland Athletics (+50000)
  • Colorado Rockies (+50000)

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