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2013 World Series Betting Odds

July 02, 2013 2:30 AM by GT Staff
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2013 World Series Odds
  LVH
ANGELS 30-1
NATIONALS 17-1
YANKEES 25-1
DODGERS 25-1
RANGERS 10-1
TIGERS 13-2
RAYS 25-1
BRAVES 7-1
PHILLIES 60-1
GIANTS 25-1
CARDINALS 7-1
REDS 12-1
A’S 10-1
WHITE SOX 500-1
BREWERS 300-1
DIAMONDBACKS 17-1
BLUE JAYS 30-1
ORIOLES 15-1
RED SOX 10-1
METS 200-1
PIRATES 15-1
ROYALS 50-1
CUBS 300-1
PADRES 30-1
MARLINS 2000-1
MARINERS 500-1
INDIANS 20-1
TWINS 100-1
ROCKIES 30-1
ASTROS 2000-1
*All bets are action despite relocation and/or name changes.
c/o LVH 7-1-2013

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