Freddie Freeman Signing puts Dodgers world series odds on its own Tier

The Los Angeles Dodgers are a team straight out of Franchise mode in MLB The Show. Their lineup is becoming absurd.

Freddie Freeman signed a six-year, $162 million deal to become the Dodgers’ new first retainer and give Los Angeles FOUR former MVPs for himself, Mookie Betts, Cody Bellinger and Clayton Kershaw.

After offering more than $100 million in contracts for the third year in a row (Betts in 2020 and Trevor Bauer in 2021), the Dodgers are at a level of their own in the MLB. They have the best lineup in the league and their World Series odds are in WynnBET Sportsbook reflect that.

WynnBET currently have Los Angeles at +600 odds to win the World Series. That is easily the lowest odds in the field and gives them an implied probability of 14.29%.

Astros, Yankees and Blue Jays draw with second lowest odds at +1000, while the Braves, Mets and White Sox followed closely behind at +1200.

Los Angeles were the favorites as they won the NL Pennant at +250 with the Mets (+500), Braves (+600), Brewers (+700) and Padres (+700) making the top five.

With such an all-star roster, it seems like a championship for the Dodgers to lose. They’re something I’d put together in a video game but in real life and are a match worth betting on for the pre-MLB World Series. Freddie Freeman Signing puts Dodgers world series odds on its own Tier

John Verrall

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