Six sleeps away from MLB Opening Night, today we look at the World Series futures odds currently posted at SportsInteraction. If you see something you like, it’s best to act now as these prices will change once the regular season opens with the St. Louis Cardinals vs Chicago Cubs clash on April 5, 2015.
National League tops MLB World Series futures odds
Led by two of the best pitching staffs in the Majors, Washington and Los Angeles will open the MLB regular season as top chalk to capture the 2015 World Series. The Dodgers will trot out studs like Clayton Kershaw and Zack Grienke while the Nationals arsenal includes Max Scherzer and Stephen Stasburg. It’s not all about the arms as both squads will send a solid line up to the plate as well.
Red Sox, Cardinals and Mariners round out the top five favorites
Perennial contenders Boston and St. Louis are joined by Seattle to round out the Fall Classic top five at SportsInteraction. Boston, who posted a 71-91 record last year, will need to win at least 25 more game this season in the competitive AL East. The Cards, also with a wealth of pitching, look like the class of the NL Central while the Mariners will battle the Angels and Athletics in the AL West.
MLB 2015 World Series Prediction: Try as we might, we can’t see anyone but the Nationals or Dodgers representing the National League in the World Series. Being as their lines are still fairly thick, we’ll back Washington with a 250 unit futures bet and Los Angeles with a 150 unit wager to claim the Fall Classic. If either squad plays in the MLB Championship, we can set up a guaranteed payout once the World Series prices are posted at SportsInteraction when Rocktober rolls around.
SportsInteraction MLB 2015 World Series Futures Betting Odds
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