Major League Baseball: Odds to win the World Series 2013

mlb World Series 2013 300x190 Major League Baseball: Odds to win the World Series 2013The All-Star break in Major League Baseball can be a welcome time for the baseball handicappers. It gives the handicapper three days to regroup and relax from the long grind that is baseball betting. It also allows for the handicapper to get ready for the second half of the season and to rethink or wager on baseball futures. With both college football and the National Football League starting at the end of the summer, now is the time to look at the teams that can win the World Series 2013 and their odds.

For the latest odds and all of your Major League Baseball betting needs check out EOG. Here is a look at a few teams that have a chance of winning the World Series 2013.

Pittsburgh Pirates

The Pittsburgh Pirates are easily the surprise team of the 2013 Major League Baseball season. The Pirates have been at the top of the league and in playoff mode all season long. While many pessimistic Pirate fans are waiting for this team to plunge into a second half slump, there is every reason to believe that this team is for real.

Boston Red Sox

After the miserable season a year ago, the Red Sox are another team that is turning heads this season. The coaching change is a big reason for their success. Despite some health issues the Sox, led by David Ortiz have the Red Sox sitting pretty at the break with the best record in baseball. They are on pace to win 100 games this season and have a legitimate shot of winning it all this year.

Los Angeles Dodgers

After stumbling out of the game, the Dodgers are now making a run at the playoffs. With the emergence of rookie Yasiel Puig this team is making a run for a division title. With weak competition they could end up winning it and make the playoffs. From there anything can happen with a starting pitching combo of Clayton Kershaw and Zack Greinke to power this team through the playoffs.

These teams are just a few of the teams that have a shot of walking away with the World Series title.