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Never tell Ned Yost the odds

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The Royals and Mets were 28-1 long shots to win a championship back in March, but now one of them will certainly walk home with a title under their belt next week. They both enter this series dead even, according to the oddsmakers. Both Bovada and Oddshark have both teams at -110 to win the series. MyTopSportsBooks has the Royals as slight favorites at 11/10. Despite this, the Mets are actually a slight road favorite for tonight's Game One with Matt Harvey on the mound, with the Mets at -110 and the Royals at +100, according to Oddshark.

Here are the odds for World Series MVP, according to Bovada:

World Series MVP Odds
Daniel Murphy 4/1
Yoenis Cespedes 15/2
Alcides Escobar 15/2
Eric Hosmer 10/1
Curtis Granderson 14/1
Matt Harvey 14/1
Lorenzo Cain 14/1
Ben Zobrist 14/1
Kendrys Morales 18/1
Jacob deGrom 20/1
Jeurys Familia 20/1
Mike Moustakas 20/1
Noah Syndergaard 20/1
David Wright 20/1
Lucas Duda 25/1
Johnny Cueto 33/1
Travis D'Arnaud 33/1
Wade Davis 33/1
Salvador Perez 33/1
Alex Rios 33/1
Alex Gordon 40/1
Wilmer Flores 50/1

The over/under on Daniel Murphy home runs is 1.5. The over/under on Royals sacrifice bunts in the series is 3.5. The odds are 10/1 that either team sweeps, 9/2 that either team wins the series in seven.

According to MyTopSportsBooks, the odds that a home run breaks the fountain at Kauffman Stadium are 600/1. The odds that a home run breaks the home run apple at Citi Field is 1000/1. The odds a fan runs on the field during the series is 9/1. Those odds increase significantly to 100/1 if the fan is naked. And they go further still to 5000/1 if the naked fans arrives via parachute.