Detroit Tigers favored to win 2013 World Series

Oddsmakers say the Tigers will be back in the World Series next year -- and win. (AP)

And because it's never too early to gamble, here are your odds for the 2013 World Series, courtesy of Bovada.lv:

Odds to win the 2013 World Series
Detroit Tigers                                          6-1
New York Yankees                                 7-1
San Francisco Giants                              10-1
Texas Rangers                                       12-1
Washington Nationals                             12-1
Los Angeles Angels                                12-1
Philadelphia Phillies                                14-1
St. Louis Cardinals                                  14-1
Cincinnati Reds                                      14-1
Atlanta Braves                                        14-1
Los Angeles Dodgers                              18-1
Tampa Bay Rays                                    20-1
Boston Red Sox                                     22-1
Arizona Diamondbacks                            25-1
Baltimore Orioles                                    25-1
Milwaukee Brewers                                 25-1
Oakland Athletics                                   25-1
Chicago White Sox                                 28-1
Pittsburgh Pirates                                   30-1
Toronto Blue Jays                                   35-1
Seattle Mariners                                     40-1
Miami Marlins                                         40-1
New York Mets                                       40-1
San Diego Padres                                   60-1
Minnesota Twins                                     66-1
Chicago Cubs                                         75-1
Cleveland Indians                                    75-1
Colorado Rockies                                    75-1
Kansas City Royals                                75-1
Houston Astros                                       150-1

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