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Updated: August 10, 2022

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This page tracks the current odds to win the 2022 World Series. The graph at the top of the page displays MLB World Series odds from the beginning of the regular season through to today.

Below, find the World Series odds listed in table format, followed by the World Series history broken down by divisions within the American League and National League.

Odds to Win World Series 2022

Team Odds
Los Angeles Dodgers +330
New York Yankees +400
Houston Astros +415
New York Mets +500
Atlanta Braves +1200
San Diego Padres +1300
Toronto Blue Jays +1500
St. Louis Cardinals +3000
Milwaukee Brewers +3500
Philadelphia Phillies +4000
Seattle Mariners +4000
Tampa Bay Rays +5000
Minnesota Twins +5200
Chicago White Sox +5500
Cleveland Guardians +10000
Baltimore Orioles +25000
San Francisco Giants +25000
Boston Red Sox +30000
Los Angeles Angels +300000
Miami Marlins +300000
Arizona Diamondbacks +400000
Texas Rangers +400000
Chicago Cubs +500000
Cincinnati Reds +500000
Colorado Rockies +500000
Detroit Tigers +500000
Kansas City Royals +500000
Oakland Athletics +500000
Pittsburgh Pirates +500000
Washington Nationals +500000

Odds as of August 10, 2022, at Barstool Sportsbook.

Odds Movement Timeline

  • July 3: Most sportsbooks now list the Yankees (+400) slightly ahead of the Dodgers (+450). NYY leads the majors in win percentage (.734) and run differential (+164).
  • May 22: The gap between the Dodgers (+450) and Yankees (+550) has shrunk further. The Mets (+800), Astros (+800), and Blue Jays (+900) round out the top five.
  • May 15: The Yankees have become second-favorites at +600 and are inching closer to the favored Dodgers (+450).
  • May 3: The Mets are now second-favorite, surpassing the Blue Jays. NYM has started the season 16-8 and holds a three-game lead in the NL East.
  • Apr. 24: The Mets are moving up in the world, sitting at +950, tied for third-best with the crosstown rival Yankees.
  • Apr. 10: Off to a 2-0 start, Toronto has improved to +850, best in the AL and trailing only the Dodgers (+475) in the majors.
  • Apr. 7: The biggest shift in odds on Opening Day comes at the bottom of the table, with the Athletics dropping from +12500 to +20000.
  • Mar. 31: No significant movement of note, now that we’re now one week out from the revised Opening Day.
  • Feb. 10: The Mets and Yankees are now tied for third-favorite at +1050.
  • Nov. 29: The Mets’ odds improved from +1800 to +1200 after they signed Max Scherzer; they have also added Starling Marte and Eduardo Escobar to a batting order that needs a boost.
  • Nov. 16: The Angels’ odds improved from +4000 to +3750 after signing oft-injured Noah Syndergaard to a one-year, $21-million contract.
  • Nov. 3: The Dodgers have opened as +525 favorites. The Braves are +1300 to repeat.  Houston (+700) has the best odds among AL teams.

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World Series Favorites

While some teams that were expected to contend in 2022 are having disappointing seasons, none of the teams that were written off as also-rans are making a serious push. In other words, the 2022 World Series favorites don’t show any major surprises at this point of the season.

Los Angeles Dodgers

The LA Dodgers came out of the offseason as the 2022 World Series favorites and remain at the top of the board among contenders. The currently hold a healthy ranking lead at the top of the NL West and a slight lead on the Mets for top spot in the NL, which comes with a first-round bye in the new playoff format. Their run differential is nearly 100 runs better than any other NL team.

New York Yankees

The New York Yankees didn’t start the season as the AL favorites but it didn’t take oddsmakers too long to establish them as such. The Pinstripes are having a season for the ages so far, winning nearly 75% of their games and posting the best run differential in the major leagues. Their lead atop the AL East is in double-digits.

Houston Astros

The Houston Astros just keep doing what they’ve been doing for the better part of the last decade: dominating the AL West standings. They have a double-digit lead on their division rivals, along with the third-best record in baseball and the third-best run differential. While they’ll be hard-pressed to catch the Yankees and earn the AL’s lone first-round by in the postseason, they are going to be a immensely tough out for any team they face in October.

World Series Betting Promo Codes

Online sportsbooks are replete with betting bonuses and promo codes that can be applied to World Series action. Depending on the sportsbook, you may be able to use risk-free bets up to $1,500 to wager on the winner of the Fall Classic.

Follow the links in the table below to see the available World Series promo codes at the North America’s best legal online sportsbooks.

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Where Can I Bet on the World Series?

Betting on the World Series is available basically year-round at all of the sportsbooks listed in the table above, plus other sports betting sites and apps. Sports bettors can bet on anything from the Cy Young Award winner to the MLB season MVP.  For a more expansive list of the best World Series betting sites, check out the best MLB betting sites.

World Series Odds FAQ

Who won the World Series last year?

The Atlanta Braves won the 2021 World Series, defeating the Houston Astros in six games.

Who is the favorite to win the 2022 World Series?

The LA Dodgers remain the outright World Series favorite, but the gap between the Dodgers and the New York Yankees has been narrowing by the week.

AL East World Series History

Team AL East Titles Last WS Championship Last WS Appearance
Baltimore Orioles 9 1983 1983
Boston Red Sox 10 2018 2018
New York Yankees 18 2009 2009
Tampa Bay Rays 4 N/A 2020
Toronto Blue Jays 6 1993 1993

AL Central World Series History

Team AL Central Titles Last WS Championship Last WS Appearance
Cleveland Guardians 10 1948 2016
Minnesota Twins 7 1991 1991
Detroit Tigers 4 1984 2012
Chicago White Sox 4 2005 2005
Kansas City Royals 1 2015 2015

AL West World Series History

Team AL West Titles Last WS Championship Last WS Appearance
Houston Astros 3 2017 2021
Los Angeles Angels 9 2002 2002
Oakland Athletics 17 1989 1990
Seattle Mariners 3 N/A N/A
Texas Rangers 7 N/A 2011

NL East World Series History

Team NL East Titles Last WS Championship Last WS Appearance
Atlanta Braves 15 2021 2021
Miami Marlins 0 2003 2003
New York Mets 6 1986 2015
Philadelphia Phillies 11 2008 2009
Washington Nationals 5 2019 2019

NL Central World Series History

Team NL Central Titles Since 1994 Last WS Championship Last WS Appearance
Chicago Cubs 6 2016 2016
Cincinnati Reds 2 1990 1990
Milwaukee Brewers 3 N/A 1982
Pittsburgh Pirates 0 1979 1979
St. Louis Cardinals 10 2011 2013

NL West World Series History

Team NL West Titles Since 1994 Last WS Championship Last WS Appearance
Los Angeles Dodgers 11 2020 2020
San Francisco Giants 6 2001 2001
Arizona Diamondbacks 5 2014 2014
San Diego Padres 4 N/A 1998
Colorado Rockies 0 N/A 2007

Most Head-to-Head World Series Matchups

Teams Number of Head-to-Head World Series Matchups
Yankees vs Dodgers 11
Yankees vs Giants 7
Yankees vs Cardinals 5
Yankees vs Braves 4
Cardinals vs Red Sox 4
Cubs vs Tigers 4
A’s vs Giants 4


Teams That Have Never Won a World Series Title

Every Major League team enters the season with the hope of winning the World Series, but only one squad can ultimately come out on top. Here are the six remaining MLB franchises that are still waiting to win their very first title.

Team Inception World Series Appearances
Tampa Bay Rays 1998 1
Colorado Rockies 1993 1
Seattle Mariners 1977 0
Texas Rangers 1972 2
Milwaukee Brewers 1970 1
San Diego Padres 1969 2

Archived World Series Odds: 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017

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