After a dominant run to the 2020 championship, the Los Angeles Dodgers (+450) are the early favorites for the 2021 World Series.
Corey Seager and the Dodgers look to finish off the Rays on Tuesday in Game 6 of the World Series. The SuperBook at Westgate opened Los Angeles a -140 favorite and set the total at 8.5.
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. hit .262 for the Blue Jays in 2020, as they swiped an AL wild-card spot, and will look to add more pieces in the offseason.
Justin Turner and the Dodgers are back at it Sunday night for World Series Game 5 against the Rays. The SuperBook at Westgate opened Los Angeles -160/Tampa Bay +150.
After a fantastic outing in Game 1, another dominant World Series performance in Game 5 would go a long way for Clayton Kershaw to revise his legacy as a pitcher that struggles in the playoffs.
Randy Arozarena is now hitting .400 since Game 2 with two home runs and three RBIs, and has walked more than he has struck out.
Julio Urias takes the ball in Game 4 for the Dodgers, who look to take a commanding 3-1 World Series lead over the Rays on Saturday. The SuperBook opened Los Angeles a -160 favorite.
Mookie Betts and the Dodgers have gone 19-11 on the run line as a favorite when designated as the away team this year.
Brandon Lowe rediscovered his home run stroke in Game 2, launching two long balls to help the Rays even up the World Series. Tampa Bay opened as a +140 underdog for Friday's pivotal Game 3.
Charlie Morton has been dominant this postseason, going 3-0 with a 0.57 ERA. While the Rays may not win Game 3 against Walker Buehler and the Dodgers, we do like Morton to have another big game.
Mookie Betts is doing it all for the Dodgers right now, going 7-for-16 over his last three games while also providing outstanding defense.
Willy Adames and the Rays hope to bounce back from a World Series Game 1 loss when they face the Dodgers in Game 2 Wednesday night. The SuperBook at Westgate opened Los Angeles -145.
Mookie Betts and the L.A. Dodgers rode a Game 7 win and NLCS comeback against the Atlanta Braves to return to the World Series, where the Superbook at Westgate installed them as -215 favorites
Randy Arozarena has been sensational in his postseason debut, hitting .382 with seven home runs and 10 RBIs in 14 postseason games.
The Los Angeles Dodgers grabbed a Game 6 victory, forcing a winner-take-all Game 7 against the Atlanta Braves. Los Angeles opened as -135 favorites at The SuperBook for Sunday's game.
The Los Angeles Dodgers have forced a Game 7, but an expected parade of LA pitchers should mean Freddie Freeman and the Braves will get lots of chances to score runs.
Following a perfect 7-0 regular-season record, Max Fried got the Braves off on the right foot in the NLCS with six innings of one-run ball and nine strikeouts against the Dodgers.
Jose Altuve, Carlos Correa and the Astros trailed the ALCS 3-0, but battled back to force Game 7 Saturday against the Rays. William Hill US opened Tampa Bay a -117 favorite, with Houston +107.
Lance McCullers Jr. racked up 11 strikeouts in a Game 2 defeat, but was done in by a pair of Tampa home runs.
Freddie Freeman is hitting .444 over his last five games, with three extra-base hits, and has gone Over 1.5 total bases four times.