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Bovada has Royals odds of winning the World Series at 25/1

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"Never tell me the odds."

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You'd think winning the American League pennant would win you some respect, but judging from the critical spirits on this site, and the snub by ESPN's Sunday Night Baseball, it seems the Royals are still the Rodney Dangerfield of baseball. Count Vegas as another of the non-believers, as they have the Royals firmly in the middle of the pack in baseball in terms of World Series odds at 25/1.

The Washington Nationals are now the favorites to win it all in the wake of the Max Scherzer signing today, with wheeling-and-dealing Dodgers second. The Boston Red Sox have the best odds in the American League with the Cubbies, coming off an 89-loss season, tied for the third-best odds with Boston.

The Royals have the third-best odds in the Central Division between the Tigers and White Sox. Kansas City is tied with the Yankees and the Padres, who have been aggressive in improving their team this year. Clearly Vegas is not aware of Dayton Moore's magical ability to get the Royals to go on a mid-summer run.

Here are the full odds, courtesy of Bovada.

Odds to win the 2015 World Series
Washington Nationals                6/1 
Los Angeles Dodgers                8/1 
Boston Red Sox                       12/1 
Chicago Cubs                           12/1 
Los Angeles Angels                  12/1 
St. Louis Cardinals                    12/1 
Detroit Tigers                            14/1 
Seattle Mariners                        16/1 
San Francisco Giants                18/1 
Toronto Blue Jays                     18/1 
Baltimore Orioles                       20/1 
Chicago White Sox                    20/1 
Kansas City Royals                   25/1 
New York Yankees                    25/1 
San Diego Padres                     25/1 
Cleveland Indians                      28/1 
Atlanta Braves                           33/1 
Miami Marlins                            33/1 
New York Mets                          33/1 
Pittsburgh Pirates                      33/1 
Oakland Athletics                      40/1 
Texas Rangers                          40/1  
Cincinnati Reds                         50/1 
Milwaukee Brewers                    50/1 
Houston Astros                         66/1 
Tampa Bay Rays                       66/1 
Arizona Diamondbacks              100/1 
Colorado Rockies                     100/1 
Minnesota Twins                        100/1 
Philadelphia Phillies                   100/1 

Sorry Twins fans, Vegas doesn't believe in the Ervin Santana signing.