2011 World Series Odds Mean The Offseason Is Here

Monday evening, the San Francisco Giants defeated the Texas Rangers in the 2010 World Series - the Giants' first world championship since moving to California. The people who really cared are either still celebrating or licking their wounds. But the people who casually cared, and the people who didn't care at all, are more than ready to move on and see what next season has in store. For these people, it didn't work out in 2010, so they want to know if it'll work out in 2011.

So they're ready to say goodbye. And just as the sight of a robin bids farewell to the winter and ushers in the spring, Bodog.com has released its preliminary 2011 World Series odds, an action which bids farewell to 2010 and sets our sights to the future. Are you unhappy with the way this past season played out? Then these odds'll let you forget all about it and argue for why your team is better than Vegas might say.

Odds pasted below, for your perusal:

 

Yankees 4/1     
Phillies 6/1     
Red Sox 10/1     
Giants 10/1     
Cardinals 14/1     
Rays 14/1     
Twins 16/1     
Rangers 16/1     
Braves 18/1     
Rockies 18/1     
Reds 20/1     
Padres 20/1     
White Sox 22/1     
Dodgers 22/1     
Angels 25/1     
Cubs 30/1     
Tigers 35/1     
Marlins 35/1     
Mets 40/1     
A's 40/1     
Blue Jays 50/1     
Astros 65/1     
Brewers 65/1     
Mariners 70/1     
Orioles 75/1     
Diamondbacks 80/1     
Indians 80/1     
Nationals 80/1     
Royals 125/1     
Pirates 150/1     
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