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Following on from their 2013 season glory, the Boston Red Sox are currently the third favorite to win the 2014 MLB World Series. Odds vary, but if you search around, you can get 10/1 on them, which must be worth a bet. The current favorite is the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Dodgers are priced at 7/1, which is no doubt due to the stacked line-up and strong starting rotation. It also seems that the Dodgers have bottomless pockets and enough ready cash to buy any player they like to look of.
The second favorite team is the Detroit Tigers, which are priced around 9/1. The Tigers were the runners up in 2012 and in 2006, and they last won the World Series in 1984, which was a very long time ago, but you could argue that they are due for another win. The St. Louis Cardinals and the Washington Nationals are both available at 10/1, and the Los Angeles Angels are posted at 14/1, which is a good price and worth considering. The Angels haven’t won it all since 2002 and are coming off a rough season, so they could be a good surprise bet.
For a change why not try out some baseball action at an online casino?
With online casinos becoming more popular, with sites like JackpotCity.co.uk, you can’t go wrong with a few spins Hot Shot, which is one of the more popular baseball video slot games. Essentially, it is a five-reel, nine-pay line game, in which the symbols all relate to baseball. There is a pitcher, a batter, a baseball cap, a home run and many more. You won’t be short of support either as the roaring crowd backs you all the way. Special features include a wild ball which makes it a breeze to hit a home run and spinning the trophy awards a scatter. Bets range from $0.25 to $20 and the top prize is $2,000.