A 162-game season may not be the best strategy for ensuring sellouts, but it does guarantee each and every team will enjoy some highs and suffer through some lows. Even the 103-win, World Series-champion Chicago Cubs of 2016 had a stretch where they lost six of seven games, and another where they dropped nine of 11. The MLB season is a rollercoaster ride for even the best (and worst) teams.

These ups and downs may not impact the World Series odds of the truly elite (think 2017 Dodgers), nor the truly dismal (think 2017 Phillies), but the vast majority of the league sees drastic dips and climbs based on their recent play, dips and climbs that are given a graphic representation right here.

The graphs below, which track the 2017 World Series odds for all 30 teams in the majors, are generated by averaging the odds from multiple sources. The graphs are updated bimonthly (at minimum) over the course of the season.

You can view each team’s odds in isolation or juxtaposed with the rest of their division. And the best part is, this service is provided to you at the incredibly low cost of one social media shoutout.



AL East World Series Odds

AL Central World Series Odds

AL West World Series Odds




NL East World Series Odds

NL Central World Series Odds

NL West World Series Odds



The massive difference between the front-runners and bottom-feeders in each division can muddy the graphs above. The graphs below focus on teams trending in the same direction. If there are any others you’d like to see, don’t hesitate to holler at your new favorite website. Twitter, Facebook, or that “Contact” button at the bottom of the page all work.


Top Contenders World Series Odds

Surprise Contenders World Series Odds

Playoff Teams

Disappointments World Series Odds