The long wait is officially over. March has arrived, and with it comes the beginning of real baseball. Now that Spring Training is entirely underway, teams are beginning to iron out their Major League rosters, deciding what pieces are needed to make a run into the postseason. While they may look different by the end of the year, one of these rosters will be World Series champions once November 2023 rolls around. Which franchise will hoist the Commissioner’s Trophy and be Major League Baseball’s 2023 World Series Champion?

Here are the World Series odds for all 30 teams according to MyBookie Sportsbook, which are subject to change. Odds can vary slightly based on the sportsbook.

  • Houston Astros: +630
  • Los Angeles Dodgers: +720
  • New York Mets: +760
  • New York Yankees: +790
  • Atlanta Braves: +900
  • San Diego Padres: +940
  • Toronto Blue Jays: +1150
  • Philadelphia Phillies: +1600
  • Seattle Mariners: +1775
  • St. Louis Cardinals: +2300
  • Tampa Bay Rays: +2300
  • Cleveland Guardians: +3100
  • Chicago White Sox: +3100
  • Milwaukee Brewers: +3400
  • Texas Rangers: +4200
  • San Francisco Giants: +4500
  • Minnesota Twins: +5000
  • Los Angeles Angels: +5000
  • Boston Red Sox: +5400
  • Baltimore Orioles: +6200
  • Chicago Cubs: +7000
  • Miami Marlins: +9000
  • Arizona Diamondbacks: +9000
  • Detroit Tigers: +12000
  • Kansas City Royals: +16000
  • Colorado Rockies: +18000
  • Cincinnati Reds: +20000
  • Pittsburgh Pirates: +24000
  • Washington Nationals: +40000
  • Oakland Athletics: +44000

Best Bet — New York Mets (+760)

The 2022 Mets won 101 games during the regular season but were bounced by the Padres in the Wild Card round. Adding Justin Verlander, the 2022 AL Cy Young winner, was necessary to replace their former ace Jacob deGrom. Backed by the fearless spending of their owner, the Mets also brought in pitchers Kodai Senga and Jose Quintana. Almost more importantly than their acquisitions, New York resigned fan-favorite closer Edwin Diaz to a five-year deal. To make sure the road to Diaz is more efficient in 2023, the Mets added Brooks Raley and David Robertson to serve as high-leverage relievers. The Mets are returning most of their 2022 offense, which finished top 5 in the Majors in runs, hits, and batting average. This offense and their new pitching staff will attempt to propel the Mets back to the World Series for the first time since 2015.

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Best Value — San Diego Padres (+940)

The Padres advanced to the NLCS but were beaten by the Philadelphia Phillies 4 games to 1. The San Diego front office has kept its foot on the gas since the season ended, signing Xander Bogaerts and extending Yu Darvish and Manny Machado to long-term deals. San Diego will now also get an entire season of Juan Soto, and a near-full season of Fernando Tatis Jr., making for one of the most star-studded lineups in recent memory. Another midseason acquisition, Josh Hader, will also give the Padres his talents for the entire season. This talented roster will look to build off their 2022 playoff experience, hoping to win a World Series for the first time in their 54-year history. Unfortunately for San Diego fans, they will be without All-Star pitcher Joe Musgrove for an uncertain period of time as he fractured his toe on February 28th.

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Longshot — Seattle Mariners (+1775)

Do you know who likes the Seattle Mariners this year? Everyone, that’s who. Look, there’s always that one team that has a fantastic year, takes that experience, builds off of it, and turns itself into a true contender. The Toronto Blue Jays were that team heading into last season (the movie didn’t quite play out like they thought, though). Looking up and down the Mariners roster, there’s not much to dislike. The starting rotation features four fantastic options, the bullpen had the fourth-highest K% in baseball last year and they’re returning the key members of the unit (adding Trevor Gott). The lineup added some thump in Teoscar Hernández, Kolten Wong, and A.J. Pollock. We are fine putting money down on the Mariners to make a run to the World Series title if for no other reason than they’re a fun team to root for that has a chance.

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