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2013 Major League Baseball Pennant Odds

September 24, 2013 2:30 AM by GT Staff

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MLB PENNANT ODDS
NATIONAL LEAGUE PENNANT
Washington NATIONALS 250-1
Los Angeles DODGERS 5-4
Atlanta BRAVES 3-1
Philadelphia PHILLIES XXXX
San Francisco GIANTS XXXX
St. Louis CARDINALS 5-2
Cincinnati REDS 7-1
Milwaukee BREWERS XXXX
Arizona DIAMONDBACKS XXXX
New York METS XXXX
Pittsburgh PIRATES 8-1
Chicago CUBS XXXX
San Diego PADRES XXXX
Miami MARLINS XXXX
Colorado ROCKIES XXXX
AMERICAN LEAGUE PENNANT
Los Angeles ANGELS XXXX
New York YANKEES 250-1
Texas RANGERS 10-1
Detroit TIGERS 37-20
Tampa Bay RAYS 9-1
Oakland ATHLETICS 7-2
Chicago WHITE SOX XXXX
Toronto BLUE JAYS XXXX
Baltimore ORIOLES 250-1
Boston RED SOX 33-20
Kansas City ROYALS 50-1
Seaaettle MARINERS XXXX
Cleveland INDIANS 10-1
Minnesota TWINS XXXX
Houston ASTROS XXXX
*All bets are action despite relocation and/or name changes.
c/o LVH 9-23-2013

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