2022 World Series Odds Tracker: Padres Make Big Move

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As the MLB season turns to the second half, things at the top of the World Series odds board look roughly like we expected -- the Yankees are the favorites at PointsBet, followed by the Dodgers, Astros and Mets

The trade deadline brought some big moves in personnel and World Series odds, including the Padres, who have dropped from 18-1 to 9-1 over the last two days after acquiring Juan Soto and Josh Bell from the Nationals. At Pointsbet, they're down to 12-1. San Diego is 11.5 games behind the Dodgers in the AL West, so it will likely have to win the World Series through a wild card spot.

We’ll be tracking how World Series odds are moving all season long. Compare MLB futures to make sure you’re getting the best price on whatever you want to bet.

Odds via PointsBet, updated in real-time as lines move.

TeamOdds
Los Angeles Dodgers
+360
Houston Astros
+400
Atlanta Braves
+500
New York Yankees
+550
New York Mets
+900
Toronto Blue Jays
+1600
St. Louis Cardinals
+2200
San Diego Padres
+2500
Seattle Mariners
+2500
Tampa Bay Rays
+2800
Philadelphia Phillies
+2800
Cleveland Guardians
+3000
Milwaukee Brewers
+25000
Baltimore Orioles
+100000
Boston Red Sox
+200000
Chicago White Sox
+250000
Oakland Athletics
+250000
Washington Nationals
+250000
Miami Marlins
+500000
Pittsburgh Pirates
+500000
Texas Rangers
+500000
Arizona Diamondbacks
+500000
Chicago Cubs
+500000
Cincinnati Reds
+500000
Colorado Rockies
+500000
Detroit Tigers
+500000
Kansas City Royals
+500000
Los Angeles Angels
+500000
Minnesota Twins
+500000
San Francisco Giants
+500000

Who Is the World Series Favorite?

1. Yankees logoNY Yankees (+350)

When it comes to the Yankees -- and a World Series future bet -- nothing matters except hoisting the trophy in late October. That being said, the Yankees really impressed in the first half of the season. New York entered the All-Star break with a 64-28 (.696) record, the best in baseball. Aaron Judge is the favorite to win the AL MVP Award and seemingly everything has gone right.

However, the Yankees were just 5-5 in 10 games before the break and their stars have been healthy all year. Were those 10 games a sign of things to come, or a blip on the radar? Will the health hold up in the second half?

The Yankees have a double-digit lead in the AL East, so getting to the playoffs won't be a problem. New York will also likely be able rest some players down the stretch, which could pay dividends in the postseason.

2. Dodgers logoLA Dodgers (+375)

The Dodgers, the 2020 MLB champs, entered the 2022 campaign as the favorites and have certainly played like it thus far. Los Angeles boasts one of the deepest rosters in baseball and although the Yankees have passed them on the odds board, the Dodgers have shown they're one of the best teams in baseball.

The Dodgers have the best record in the National League and their run differential is more than 80 runs better than the next closest NL team.

3. Astros logoHOU Astros (+400)

Another year, another strong Houston squad. The Astros, once again, find themselves atop the American League West. Carlos Correa is gone, but much of the core remains, and players like Kyle Tucker took a big step forward. Yordan Alvarez is posting monster numbers this season, though he landed on the Injured List shortly before the All-Star break. Alvarez's health will be a big story to monitor in the second half as Houston's offense isn't as potent without the slugger. Justin Verlander has also been dominant to start the year and is a Cy Young favorite.

4. Mets logoNY Mets (+700)

There’s renewed hope in Queens after the Mets finished the first half with the second-best run differential in the National League and a lead in the NL East standings. Jacob deGrom's status is a story to watch moving forward as it has taken longer than expected for him to get back into the rotation. However, Buck Showalter has clearly made a difference as manager and the Mets are poised to compete late into the year.

FUTURESConsensusCons.
Los Angeles DodgersDodgers
+315
+360
N/A
+300
N/A
+300
+315
Houston AstrosAstros
+385
+400
N/A
+380
N/A
+380
+385
Atlanta BravesBraves
+500
+500
N/A
+600
N/A
+500
+500
New York YankeesYankees
+550
+550
N/A
+500
N/A
+500
+550
New York MetsMets
+950
+900
N/A
+800
N/A
+950
+1000
Toronto Blue JaysBlue Jays
+1700
+1600
N/A
+1800
N/A
+1700
+1700
St. Louis CardinalsCardinals
+2000
+2200
N/A
+2000
N/A
+2500
+2000
Tampa Bay RaysRays
+2200
+2800
N/A
+3000
N/A
+2000
+2200
San Diego PadresPadres
+2500
+2500
N/A
+2800
N/A
+3500
+2500
Philadelphia PhilliesPhillies
+3000
+2800
N/A
+3500
N/A
+2500
+3000
Seattle MarinersMariners
+3000
+2500
N/A
+2000
N/A
+3000
+3000
Cleveland GuardiansGuardians
+3300
+3000
N/A
+3500
N/A
+3000
+3300
Milwaukee BrewersBrewers
+28000
+25000
N/A
-1000
N/A
+28000
+40000
Baltimore OriolesOrioles
+75000
+100000
N/A
-100000
N/A
+50000
+75000
Chicago White SoxWhite Sox
+200000
+250000
N/A
-100000
N/A
+100000
+200000
Chicago CubsCubs
+400000
+500000
N/A
-100000
N/A
+500000
+400000
Boston Red SoxRed Sox
+400000
+200000
N/A
-100000
N/A
+500000
+400000
Colorado RockiesRockies
+500000
+500000
N/A
-100000
N/A
+500000
+500000
Cincinnati RedsReds
+500000
+500000
N/A
-100000
N/A
+500000
+500000
Texas RangersRangers
+500000
+500000
N/A
-100000
N/A
+500000
+500000
Miami MarlinsMarlins
+500000
+500000
N/A
-100000
N/A
+500000
+500000
Los Angeles AngelsAngels
+500000
+500000
N/A
-100000
N/A
+500000
+500000
Detroit TigersTigers
+500000
+500000
N/A
-100000
N/A
+500000
+900000
Kansas City RoyalsRoyals
+500000
+500000
N/A
-10000
N/A
+500000
+900000
Washington NationalsNationals
+500000
+250000
N/A
-100000
N/A
+500000
+900000
Pittsburgh PiratesPirates
+500000
+500000
N/A
-100000
N/A
+500000
+900000
Oakland AthleticsAthletics
+500000
+250000
N/A
-100000
N/A
+500000
+900000
Arizona DiamondbacksDiamondbacks
+500000
+500000
N/A
-100000
N/A
+500000
+500000
Minnesota TwinsTwins
+500000
+500000
N/A
-100000
N/A
+500000
+500000
San Francisco GiantsGiants
+500000
+500000
N/A
-100000
N/A
+500000
+500000

Where Can I Bet on the World Series?

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Here are the 25 states with some form of legal sports gambling.

State Status Type
Arizona Legal (Online) Full online
Arkansas Legal (Online) Retail only
Colorado Legal (Online) Full online
Connecticut Legal (Online) Limited online operators
Delaware Legal (Retail) Retail only
D.C. Legal (Online) Limited online operators
Illinois Legal (Online) Full online
Indiana Legal (Online) Full online
Iowa Legal (Online) Full online
Louisiana Legal (Online) Full online
Maryland Legal (Retail) Retail only
Michigan Legal (Online) Full online
Mississippi Legal (Retail) Bet online in casinos
Nevada Legal (Online) Full online, in-person sign ups
New Hampshire Legal (Online) One online operator
New Jersey Legal (Online) Full online
New York Legal (Online) Full online
Oregon Legal (Online) One online operator
Pennsylvania Legal (Online) Full online
Rhode Island Legal (Online) Limited online operators
South Dakota Legal (Retail) Retail only
Tennessee Legal (Online) Full online
Virginia Legal (Online) Full online
West Virginia Legal (Online) Full online
Wyoming Legal (Online) Limited online operators
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