World Series odds: Dodgers favored to win

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Your kid is going to a community college unless you do something to speed up that college fund. Just sayin'.

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Here we go, the final update for the World Series odds from Bovada. Betting on one of these teams will win you a lot of money. Betting on 29 others will lose you money and possibly cost you your family.  Seems like it's worth a shot, but I'm not you.

Los Angeles Dodgers  - 13/2
St. Louis Cardinals - 15/2
Detroit Tigers - 9/1
Washington Nationals - 10/1
Boston Red Sox - 12/1
Tampa Bay Rays - 12/1
New York Yankees - 14/1
Atlanta Braves - 16/1
San Francisco Giants - 16/1
Texas Rangers - 16/1
Los Angeles Angels - 20/1
Oakland Athletics - 20/1
Cincinnati Reds - 25/1
Toronto Blue Jays - 25/1
Pittsburgh Pirates - 28/1
Baltimore Orioles  - 33/1
Kansas City Royals - 33/1
Philadelphia Phillies - 33/1
Seattle Mariners - 33/1
Cleveland Indians - 40/1
Arizona Diamondbacks - 50/1
San Diego Padres - 50/1
Chicago White Sox - 66/1
Milwaukee Brewers - 66/1
Chicago Cubs - 75/1
Colorado Rockies - 75/1
New York Mets - 75/1
Miami Marlins - 100/1
Minnesota Twins - 100/1
Houston Astros - 250/1

True story: The Astros opened the spring at 200/1 odds, but so few people laid down money on the Astros, the odds went longer. I think we've found the new market inefficiency. You should probably bet on the Astros.

You should probably bet on the Astros.

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