MLB Odds to Win World Series for Shortened 2020 Season

MLB odds to win the World Series favor the Los Angeles Dodgers.
MLB odds to win the World Series favor the Los Angeles Dodgers. / Ezra Shaw/Getty Images

The MLB's plans to return to action have been made official, with a 60-game regular season set to kick off on July 23 or July 24. Most of the schedule will be played within divisions, so things could get really interesting in the playoffs when we see the season's first meetings between various teams.

With that in mind, here's a look at the latest odds to win the World Series, which are available on FanDuel Sportsbook.

MLB Odds to Win the World Series

1. Los Angeles Dodgers (+380)

2. New York Yankees (+400)

3. Houston Astros (+800)

4. Atlanta Braves (+1400)

5. Minnesota Twins (+1600)

6. Tampa Bay Rays (+1700)

7. Washington Nationals (+1700)

8. New York Mets (+2200)

9. Oakland Athletics (+2500)

10. Philadelphia Phillies (+2500)

11. St. Louis Cardinals (+2500)

12. Cleveland Indians (+2600)

13. Chicago Cubs (+2800)

14. Cincinnati Reds (+2800)

15. Chicago White Sox (+3300)

16. Los Angeles Angels (+3500)

17. Milwaukee Brewers (+3500)

18. Arizona Diamondbacks (+4300)

19. Boston Red Sox (+4600)

20. San Diego Padres (+4600)

21. Texas Rangers (+7000)

22. Toronto Blue Jays (+10000)

23. Colorado Rockies (+22000)

24. Baltimore Orioles (+50000)

25. Detroit Tigers (+50000)

26. Kansas City Royals (+50000)

27. Miami Marlins (+50000)

28. Pittsburgh Pirates (+50000)

29. San Francisco Giants (+50000)

30. Seattle Mariners (+50000)

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