MLB Trade Deadline Produces World Series Odds Climbers

It was a West-Coast trading frenzy this week and teams from Los Angeles and San Francisco were the big movers on the World Series odds menus at most sportsbooks.

The Dodgers were 14/1 this morning after a trio of trades in recent days delivered Hanley Ramirez, Shane Victorino and Brandon League. They were 22/1 a week ago.

Their city-mates from Anaheim were also active. The Angels traded for the best pitcher available (Zack Greinke) and moved from 10/1 to 15/2 into the third betting choice.

And the Giants grabbed Hunter Pence from the Phillies and surged from 15/1 odds to 12/1 odds.

Check out all of today's MLB odds at, which see the Astros as the biggest underdog of the day.

Odds to win the 2012 World Series

New York Yankees                19/4

Texas Rangers                         5/1

Los Angeles Angels                15/2

Washington Nationals             9/1

Cincinnati Reds                      10/1

Detroit Tigers                          10/1

San Francisco Giants              12/1

Atlanta Braves                                    14/1

Los Angeles Dodgers             14/1

Chicago White Sox                 20/1

St. Louis Cardinals                 22/1

Boston Red Sox                      25/1

Pittsburgh Pirates                    25/1

Tampa Bay Rays                     25/1

Oakland Athletics                   35/1

Arizona Diamondbacks          45/1

Toronto Blue Jays                   45/1

Baltimore Orioles                    55/1

Cleveland Indians                   75/1

Philadelphia Phillies                75/1

Miami Marlins             90/1

New York Mets                      100/1

Milwaukee Brewers                225/1

Minnesota Twins                     500/1

Seattle Mariners                      500/1

Kansas City Royals                 600/1

Chicago Cubs                          750/1

San Diego Padres                    750/1

Colorado Rockies                   1000/1

Houston Astros                       1000/1



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