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2024 World Series Outright Odds: Dodgers, Phillies, Braves lead list

The Atlanta Braves and Los Angeles Dodgers are the early favorites to win the 2024 World Series.

The Texas Rangers won their first World Series in 2023. Can they repeat in 2024?

How about the New York Yankees, who traded for Juan Soto? Or the Los Angeles Dodgers, who won the Shohei Ohtani sweepstakes?

2024 World Series Odds

LA Dodgers

+275

PHI Phillies

+475

ATL Braves

+550

NY Yankees

+550

BAL Orioles

+750

HOU Astros

+1300

CLE Guardians

+1600

SEA Mariners

+1700

With most teams having reached 50 games, fans and experts now have a sense of how teams project to fare over the rest of the season.

The Los Angeles Dodgers, so far, have reached expectations and remain as World Series favorites. Their odds have shortened from +375 in the preseason to +275 as they sit atop the NL West.

New signing Shohei Ohtani has lived up to the billing, leading MLB in hits, batting average, slugging percentage and on-base plus slugging percentage.

The Philadelphia Phillies, after starting the season 36-14, have moved from +1100 preseason World Series odds to +475 now.

Pitcher Ranger Suarez and third baseman Alec Bohm look like All-Stars, the bullpen has been among the best in baseball, and Aaron Nola, Zach Wheeler, Bryce Harper and JT Realmuto have been as good as usual. The Phillies should only improve when shorstop Trea Turner returns from injury.

Another National League team, the Atlanta Braves, is in the top three in the MLB outright market at +550. Even with Spencer Strider out for the year due to Tommy John surgery, starting pitchers Max Freid, Chris Sale and Charlie Morton have a combined 14-4 record.

The New York Yankees are also at +550. The power-hitting trio of Aaron Judge, Juan Soto, and Giancarlo Stanton each have passed 10 home runs already, and Stanton's .244 batting average is his highest since 2021.

At +750, the Baltimore Orioles sit three games behind the Yankees in the AL East. Shortstop Gunnar Henderson has led the way with 16 home runs, 35 RBI and a .943 OPS, while catcher Adley Rutschman is hitting .296 with 28 RBI, and he and Henderson are two of the five Orioles with an OPS above .800.

Further back are the +1300 Houston Astros, who have a disappointing 22-28 record, the +1600 Cleveland Guardians who lead the AL Central, and the AL West-leading Seattle Mariners at +1700.

Odds displayed within this article were correct at the time of writing and are subject to change.

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