MLB World Series odds 2019: Astros, Dodgers, Yankees have best title chances as playoff races heat up
Will Houston make it two titles in three seasons?
With just six weeks left in the regular season, the MLB postseason picture is coming into focus. We're barreling toward, and there are a handful of teams that have separated themselves as serious World Series title contenders. .
The Dodgers could lock up the NL West with weeks to spare in the regular season, and L.A. could very well win its third consecutive National League pennant. The Yankees continue to shake off various injuries and look destined to win the AL East for the first time since 2012, while the Astros just added Zack Greinke to create a potent trio of right-handed starters in Houston.
With some teams marching toward 100 wins and others fading near .500, who's currently favored to win the World Series? The Astros and Dodgers are the two biggest favorites, according to Westgate (as of Aug. 19), as both Houston and L.A. had 5/2 title odds. The AL East-leading Yankees are also near the top of the list with 4/1 odds, while the Braves, Twins and Cubs all have 20/1 odds or lower.
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Full 2019 World Series odds can be found below.
2019 World Series odds
(teams not listed have odds higher than 500/1)
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