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Updated World Series and playoff odds

It's time for the weekly update on who is going to win the World Series. Last time we were here, we told you about how the A's, Rays, and Rangers were the best bets on the table. If you can read this, that means you still have an Internet connection, which means you probably still have a house, so good job not actually betting on sports! Because you would have lost.

The odds favored the Red Sox and Dodgers going into the playoffs, so you're never going to believe who they favor now.

Odds to win the 2013 World Series
Boston Red Sox 12/5
Los Angeles Dodgers 12/5
Detroit Tigers 11/4
St. Louis Cardinals 3/1

World Series Exact Matchup
Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Boston Red Sox 2/1
Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Detroit Tigers 5/2
St. Louis Cardinals vs. Boston Red Sox 11/4
St. Louis Cardinals vs. Detroit Tigers 7/2

There are prop bets, too!

Player Props, Most Hits, Runs and RBI's in the Series
Yasiel Puig (LA) -125 (4/5)
Yadier Molina (STL) EVEN (1/1)

Adrian Gonzalez (LAD) EVEN (1/1)
Carlos Beltran (STL) -125 (4/5)

Hanley Ramirez (LAD) -125 (4/5)
Matt Holliday (STL) EVEN (1/1)

Carl Crawford (LAD) 6/5 (+120)
Matt Carpenter (STL) 2/3 (-150)

Game 1 Strikeouts
Total Strikeouts Game 1 - Zack Greinke
Over/Under 5½

Total Strikeouts Game 1 - Joe Kelly
Over/Under 3½

Still putting my money down on the A's. They'll figure something out.

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