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All 30 teams' World Series odds plus MLB's biggest offseason moves

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Opening Day is scheduled for Thursday, March 30, with just over a month until the 2023 MLB season. The outlook for the 2023 World Series has been revealed since the day the Houston Astros lifted their second commissioner’s trophy.

Odds have moved quite a bit since early November due to usual offseason activity. The table below shows the current 2023 World Series odds as of February 21, 2023.

2023 World Series Odds

Houston Astros+600

+750

New York Yankees+750

Los Angeles Dodgers

+900 San Diego Padres

+1000Toronto Blue Jays+1300

Philadelphia Phillies+1700

Seattle Mariners+1800

team Odds New York Mets
+800
Atlanta Braves
Yingshi. Louis Cardinals

+1900

Tampa Bay Rays

+2000

Cleveland Guardians

+2200

Milwaukee Brewers+3500 Chicago White Sox+3500 Minnesota Twins+4000Texas Rangers+4500 Los Angeles Angels+5000 San Francisco Giants

+5500 Boston Red Sox+6000 Baltimore Orioles+7000 Miami Marlins +8000 Chicago Cubs+ 8000 Arizona Diamondbacks

+15000 Kansas City Royals+20000

Detroit Tigers+20000

Cincinnati Reds+20000 Pittsburgh Pirates+25000 Washington Nationals+40000 Colorado Rockies+40000 Oakland Sports Team+50000

For about a decade, the Los Angeles Dodgers will not start the season among the top three World Series favorites. Despite Justin Verlander’s loss to the New York Mets, the defending champion Houston Astros are still the preseason champions at +600 for back-to-back.

Houston’s biggest transfer of the offseason brought in 2020 AL MVP Jose Abreu from the Chicago White Sox.

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Last year’s runners-up, the Philadelphia Phillies, barely crack the top 10 at +1700. Bryce Harper, who finished second behind Paul Goldschmidt in the 2022 NL MVP voting, is expected to miss at least the season due to elbow surgery first month. The Phillies signed Trey Turner from the Dodgers and Tajjuan Walker from the Mets in one of the most high-profile players of the offseason. But they lost Kyle Gibson and Jean Segura.

MLB.com’s Anthony Castrovins names the Mets the biggest winners of the offseason. Not only did New York sign three-time Cy Young winner Verlander, they also signed effective veteran pitcher Jose Quintana and receiver Omar Narvaez, while crucially re-signing center fielder Brandon Nimmo and a dominant near-fielder. Distance from Edwin Diaz.

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Judge, Correa stays, but Verlander, deGrom switch teams

While many of the big fish in the free agency pool ended up staying put, including Aaron Judge (Yankees), Carlos Correa (Twins), Nimmo and Diaz (Mets), with dozens of stars traded or signed by new teams ahead of the 2023 season.

The table below lists the 60 biggest moves of the offseason based on player performance to win (WAR) in 2022. Number 60 is a two-way tie, so the list actually includes 61 names, for those counting at home.

Biggest Player Changes in 2022-23 MLB Offseason

Play Device New Team (2022 Team)war

Dansby Swanson Cubs (Warriors)

6.4Terry TurnerPhillies(Dodgers)6.3 Carlos Rodon Yankees (White Sox)

6.2 Justin Verlander

Mets (Astros)

6.1 Xander Bogaerts Padres(Red Sox)

6.1Sean Murphy

Warriors (Athletics) 5.1

Dalton · Vashaw Blue Jays (Diamondbacks) 4.6Taylor Anderson Angels (Dodgers)4José Quintana Mets (Pirates/Cardinals)4 Jose Abreu Astros (White Sox) 3.9

Wilson Contreras

Cardinals (Cubs)3.3

Luis ArraezMarlins(twins)3.2

Martin Perez

Rangers (Red Sox) 3.1 Ross Stripling

Giants (Blue Jays) 3.1

Brandon DrewAngel( Red Army/Priest)3

Corey Kluber

Red Sox (Rays) 3

Pablo López Twins (Marlins)

2.8

Andrew Benningdy

White Sox (Royals/Yankees)

2.8

Chris Bassett

Blue Jays (Mets) 2.7

Taijuan Walker Phillies (Mets) 2.5

Hunter Renfroe

Angels (Brewers)

2.5

Wang KetengMariners(Brewers )2.5 Teoscar Hernandez Marinos(Blue Jays)

2.4

Gio Urshela Angel (Twins) 2.4

Justin Turner Red Sox (Dodgers) )2.4 William · Contreras Brewers (Braves)2.4 Johnny CuetoMarlins(White Sox)2.4 Jameson Tyrone Cubs(Yankees)

2.3

Matt CarpenterPadres (Yankees)2.3

Jacob deGrom Rangers (Mets)2.2

Noah Syndergard Dodgers (Mets)

2.2

Josh Bell Guardians (Nationals/Padres)

2 Kyle Gibson Orioles (Phillies) 1.8 Rich Hill Pirates(Red Socks)

1.8

Eric Swanson Blue Jays (Marinos)1.7

Christian Vázquez Twins (Red Sox/Astros)

1.7

Cody Bellinger Cubs (Dodgers) )1.7

Jean Segura

Marlins(Phillies)

1.7Jordan LylesRoyals(Orioles)1.7 Chris Martin Red Sox (Cubs/Dodgers) 1.6

Michael A. Taylor Twins (Royals) 1.5 Michael WachaRed Sox(Cardinals) 1.5 Kyle FarmerTwins( Red Army)1.4 Zach Eflin

Rays(Phillies)1.4

Evan Longoria

Ringing Tail Snake (Giant)1.3 Josh Harrison

Phillies (White Sox)1.3

Omar Nawaz Great Metropolis (brewer) 1.1 Andrew Heaney Rangers (Dodgers)

1.1 Kevin Kielmeier Blue Jays (Rays)

1.1

Sean Manaya

Giants (Padres) 1.1 Kenley Jensen Red Sox (Braves)1.1

Adam Fraser Oriole(Sailor)1.1 Nathan Evaldi

Rangers (Red Sox) 1

Lourdes Gurriel Jr

Diamondbacks(Blue Jays)

1 Taylor Rogers Giants (Padres/Brewers) 1

JD Martinet Dodgers (Red Sox)

1 Michael LorenzenTiger (Angel)1

Carlos Santana Pirates (sailors)1

Trey Mancini

Cubs (Orioles/Astros)

0.9

Craig Kimbrel

Phillies(Dodgers)0.9

Names that didn’t make the top 60 but still have potential to make a big impact Including sluggers Joey Gallo (Twins, Yankees), Gabriel Moreno (Diamonds, Blue Jays), Michael Conforto (Dodgers, Mets), Mitch Haniger (Giants from Mariners), Kodai Senga (Mets from Japan) and Masataka Yoshida (Red Sox from Japan).

In keeping with MLB tradition, all 30 teams will play on Opening Day (March 30). The schedule begins with two games at 1:05 p.m. ET: Braves vs. Nationals and Giants vs. Yankees.

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