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  • Cards have 11/2 odds to win 2006 Series

    MGM Grande has Cards @ 11/2 as well, behind the Yankees...

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    Odds to Win 2006 World Series from PinnacleSports.Com

    WILLEMSTAD, Curacao, Oct. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- The Windy City hasn't even
    held the victory parade to celebrate the Chicago White Sox first World Series
    title since 1917 and already the odds makers at PinnacleSports.com have
    calculated the odds on which team will win next year's World Series. The
    largest sports betting site on the Internet, PinnacleSports.com has created
    odds on all 30 Major League teams winning the Series in 2006 and the newly
    crowned world champions are not the favorite to repeat next season.

    It should really come as no surprise that the team with a payroll
    exceeding $200 million has been installed as the favorite to capture their
    27th World Series title as PinnacleSports.com has made the New York Yankees
    5/1 favorites to win it all in 2006. The St. Louis Cardinals, who finished
    with a league-best 100 wins this season, are listed as a close second at 11/2
    odds to win the World Series next year. According to PinnacleSports.com the
    2004 world champion Boston Red Sox (8/1), 2003 champion Florida Marlins (11/1)
    and ALCS runner-up Los Angeles Angels (12/1) should also figure into the World
    Series chase. Despite sweeping their way to their first World Series title in
    88 years, the White Sox are slightly off the pace to win another world
    championship next year at 15/1.

    After making an impressive second half run that found them both just
    missing out on the playoffs, the Cleveland Indians (15/1) and Oakland
    Athletics (16/1) appear to be solid contenders again next season. Meanwhile,
    PinnacleSports.com has listed the World Series runner-up Houston Astros at
    18/1 to win their first championship in team history in 2006. At the other end
    of the spectrum, PinnacleSports.com lists the Milwaukee Brewers (100/1),
    Pittsburgh Pirates (100/1), Tampa Bay Devil Rays (150/1), Colorado Rockies
    (200/1) and Kansas City Royals (300/1) as the long shots to win the 2006 World
    Series.

    Current Odds: *All Odds Subject To Change*

    Odds To Win 2006 World Series

    New York Yankees 5/1
    St. Louis Cardinals 11/2
    Boston Red Sox 8/1
    Florida Marlins 11/1
    Los Angeles Angels 12/1
    Chicago White Sox 15/1
    Cleveland Indians 15/1
    Oakland Athletics 16/1
    Chicago Cubs 17/1
    Houston Astros 18/1
    Minnesota Twins 20/1
    Atlanta Braves 20/1
    Philadelphia Phillies 25/1
    New York Mets 26/1
    San Francisco Giants 31/1
    Texas Rangers 42/1
    San Diego Padres 42/1
    Los Angeles Dodgers 47/1
    Arizona Diamondbacks 65/1
    Baltimore Orioles 65/1
    Toronto Blue Jays 70/1
    Washington Nationals 70/1
    Cincinnati Reds 80/1
    Detroit Tigers 80/1
    Seattle Mariners 90/1
    Milwaukee Brewers 100/1
    Pittsburgh Pirates 100/1
    Tampa Bay Devil Rays 150/1
    Colorado Rockies 200/1
    Kansas City Royals 300/1[/b][/quote]

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    McCarver was all over it last night already
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    • #3
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      Chicago Cubs 17/1[/b][/quote]

      Obviously they didn't read the paper, on which, the cubs are the best team.
      Are you on the list?

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      • #4
        I am sure the odds of Cardinals "choking" or losing to a lesser team next year is 5-2 already.

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        • #5
          I must say the odds on the Rockies and Royals are way to low.
          Turning the other cheek is better than burying the other body.

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            Chicago Cubs 17/1[/b][/quote]


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            • #7
              QUOTE(jhuegy @ Oct 27 2005, 08:01 PM) Quoted post

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              Chicago Cubs 17/1[/b][/quote]


              I need the Lounge's help. Anybody know where I can get my hands on $1,000,000. I've got a sure thing! [img]style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/laugh.gif[/img] [img]style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/cubs.gif[/img] [img]style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/bye1.gif[/img] [img]style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/bye2.gif[/img]
              [/b][/quote]

              Quit the union. Join management and work your way up to executive management level.

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              • #8
                Indians at 15/1? I'd take that...
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                • #9
                  I'll put a dollar on the royals. I don't think I'll win, but still.
                  Sometimes elections have positive consequences!

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                  • #10
                    The Brewers have a damn good nucleus of talent that could surprise next year. World Series? eh. Challenge for a playoff spot? More likely than not. 100/1? I'll drop a dollar or 2 on that.
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                    There are 24 teams in baseball with a longer World Series drought than the St. Louis Cardinals.
                    "I told myself from the beginning, 'If he's going to throw a shutout, then he's going to tie,' ... he was not going to beat me today." ---Adam Wainwright, 8/11/10
                    "I was confused." ---Tim McCarver, 7/30/15

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