Vegas mid-season MLB odds

Does Vegas think Derek Jeter and the Yankees will win another World Series? (Getty Images)

To get you in that second-half state of mind and being, let's take a look at how Vegas thinks the World Series, pennant and division races and individual awards will shake out in 2012.

Of course, these aren't so much straight predictions as they are odds designed to inspire betting. So be advised of that. 

As always, the numbers come to us courtesy of ...

Odds to win the 2012 World Series
New York Yankees 9/2
Texas Rangers 5/1
San Francisco Giants 11/1
Washington Washington Nationals 11/1
Los Angeles Los Angeles Angels 11/1
Detroit Detroit Tigers 14/1
Cincinnati Cincinnati Reds 14/1
Los Angeles Los Angeles Dodgers 16/1
Atlanta Atlanta Braves 16/1
Chicago Chicago White Sox 18/1
Tampa Bay Tampa Bay Rays 18/1
St. Louis St. Louis Cardinals 20/1
Boston Boston Red Sox 22/1
Philadelphia Philadelphia Phillies 30/1
Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pirates 30/1
Toronto Toronto Blue Jays 35/1
Miami Miami Marlins 35/1
Arizona Arizona Diamondbacks 35/1
New York New York Mets 40/1
Cleveland Cleveland Indians 45/1
Baltimore Baltimore Orioles 50/1
Milwaukee Milwaukee Brewers 60/1
Oakland Oakland Athletics 100/1
Kansas City Kansas City Royals 150/1
Colorado Colorado Rockies 300/1
Minnesota Minnesota Twins 300/1
Chicago Chicago Cubs 500/1
Houston Houston Astros 500/1
San Diego San Diego Padres 500/1
Seattle Seattle Mariners 500/1

Odds to win the 2012 AL Pennant
New York Yankees 5/2
Texas Rangers 5/2
Los Angeles Angels 6/1
Detroit Tigers 15/2
Chicago White Sox 10/1
Tampa Bay Rays 10/1
Boston Red Sox 11/1
Toronto Blue Jays 18/1
Cleveland Indians 20/1
Baltimore Orioles 22/1
Oakland Athletics 50/1
Kansas City Royals 80/1
Minnesota Twins 150/1
Seattle Mariners 250/1

Odds to win the 2012 NL Pennant
Washington Nationals 9/2
San Francisco Giants 9/2
Cincinnati Reds 11/2
Los Angeles Dodgers 7/1
Atlanta Braves 7/1
St. Louis Cardinals 8/1
Pittsburgh Pirates 12/1
Arizona Diamondbacks 14/1
Philadelphia Phillies 14/1
Miami Marlins 16/1
New York Mets 16/1
Milwaukee Brewers 30/1
Colorado Rockies 150/1
Houston Astros 150/1
Chicago Cubs 200/1
San Diego Padres 200/1

Odds to win the 2012 AL East
New York Yankees 1/3
Tampa Bay Rays 7/1
Boston Red Sox 15/2
Baltimore Orioles 10/1
Toronto Blue Jays 10/1

Odds to win the 2012 AL Central
Chicago White Sox 6/5
Detroit Tigers 6/5
Cleveland Indians 7/2

Odds to win the 2012 AL West
Texas Rangers 1/4
Los Angeles Angels 3/1

Odds to win the 2012 NL East
Washington Nationals 10/13
Atlanta Braves 9/4
New York Mets 15/2
Miami Marlins 12/1
Philadelphia Phillies 12/1

Odds to win the 2012 NL Central
Cincinnati Reds 1/1
St. Louis Cardinals 2/1
Pittsburgh Pirates 5/2
Milwaukee Brewers 16/1

Odds to win the 2012 NL West
San Francisco Giants 10/11
Los Angeles Dodgers 8/5
Arizona Diamondbacks 4/1

AL Cy Young - Odds to Win
Jered Weaver (LAA) 5/2
Justin Verlander (DET) 3/1
Chris Sale (CWS) 3/1
David Price (TB) 5/1
C.C. Sabathia (NYY) 11/2
C.J. Wilson (LAA) 10/1
Matt Harrison (TEX) 12/1
Fernando Rodney (TB) 20/1
Yu Darvish (TEX) 20/1
Jake Peavy (CWS) 20/1

NL Cy Young - Odds to Win
R.A. Dickey (NYM) 13/10
Johnny Cueto (CIN) 4/1
Gio Gonzalez (WAS) 11/2
James McDonald (PIT) 11/2
Matt Cain (SF) 11/2
Stephen Strasburg (WAS) 15/2
Cole Hamels (PHI) 10/1

AL MVP - Odds to Win
Mike Trout (LAA) 2/1
Robinson Cano (NYY) 5/2
Josh Hamilton (TEX) 4/1
Miguel Cabrera (DET) 6/1
Jose Bautista (TOR) 9/1
Mark Trumbo (LAA) 14/1
David Ortiz (BOS) 15/1
Prince Fielder (DET) 15/1
Adrian Beltre (TEX) 18/1

NL MVP - Odds to Win
Andrew McCutchen (PIT) 4/1
David Wright (NYM) 9/2
Joey Votto (CIN) 9/2
Ryan Braun (MIL) 13/2
Carlos Beltran (STL) 13/2
Matt Kemp (LAD) 13/2
R.A. Dickey (NYM) 7/1
Carlos Gonzalez (COL) 10/1
Melky Cabrera (SF) 15/1
Bryce Harper (WAS) 18/1

So what looks good to you?

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CBS Sports Writer

Dayn Perry has been a baseball writer for CBS Sports since early 2012. Prior to that, he wrote for and He's the author of three books, the most recent being Reggie Jackson: The... Full Bio

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