2022 World Series odds: Dodgers leading the charge

The 2022 MLB regular season is in full swing. Summer is almost over and a picture is finally starting to form ahead of the playoffs. Check out the latest 2022 World Series Odds, and find out which teams are favored to win the Commissioner’s trophy.

2022 World Series Odds

Team Odds
Los Angeles Dodgers +290
Houston Astros +400
New York Yankees +500
New York Mets +500
Atlanta Braves +900
Toronto Blue Jays +1500
St. Louis Cardinals +2000
Seattle Mariners +2500
San Diego Padres +3000
Tampa Bay Rays +3000
Philadelphia Phillies +3500
Cleveland Guardians +6600
Milwaukee Brewers +6600
Chicago White Sox +8000
Minnesota Twins +8000
Baltimore Orioles +12500
Boston Red Sox +100000
San Francisco Giants +100000
Arizona Diamondbacks +200000
Miami Marlins +500000
Texas Rangers +500000
Detroit Tigers +500000
Los Angeles Angels +500000
Chicago Cubs +500000
Cincinnati Reds +500000
Colorado Rockies +500000
Kansas City Royals +500000
Oakland Athletics +500000
Pittsburgh Pirates +500000
Washington Nationals +500000
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World Series Favorites

It shouldn’t be a surprise to see that bookmakers have installed the Los Angeles Dodgers as the joint favorites to win the World Series at +290. The Dodgers have only failed to make it to National League Championship Series once in the last six seasons, are coming off a 106-win season, and added one of the game’s best hitters (Freddie Freeman) to an already stacked lineup that features Mookie Betts, Max Muncy, Trea Turner, and Cody Bellinger.

The Dodgers have hit 97 wins through the first week of September, and hold a 20.5 game lead in the NL West. Houston Astros of the AL West have the next highest winning margin in any conference, with 11.5 wins.

Trea Turner and Mookie Betts of the Los Angeles Dodgers
Trea Turner and Mookie Betts of the Los Angeles Dodgers
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Latest World Series betting news

The odds also suggest that the AL East could hold the winner of the World Series as the Blue Jays (+1500) and Yankees (+500) all carry odds shorter than 20/1.

Though not as daunting as the AL East, the NL East also projects to be competitive with the Mets (+500, Braves (+900), and Phillies (+3500) all with legitimate hopes of making a run this fall.

It’s also clear from looking at the 2022 World Series odds that this season is set up to be a battle between the haves and have-nots. There are 12 teams at 20/1 or shorter and then 10 clubs with triple-digit odds, meaning there are only eight teams in between.

As usual, bettors have flocked to the window to back the Dodgers and Yankees, but according to BetMGM’s John Ewing, there’s also been some love for the New York Mets, thanks to some high-profile acquisitions like Max Scherzer and Starling Marte, and the Chicago White Sox. Other sportsbooks have noted that dark horses like the Detroit Tigers, San Diego Padres, and St. Louis Cardinals have attracted notable support in the futures market, as well.