Dodgers, Braves lead early 2022 World Series odds


The Atlanta Braves are World Series champions.

Great. Let’s look ahead to next year!

Atlanta owns baseball’s crown, but who is the favorite to take it in 2022?

Here’s an early look at the odds to take home next season’s championship:

Which team has the best 2022 World Series odds?

The Los Angeles Dodgers have the best odds to win the 2022 World Series one day into the offseason at +500, according to our partner, PointsBet.

L.A. finished with the second-best record in the majors at 106-56 but was forced into a wild card spot. Chris Taylor walked it off for the Dodgers in the NL Wild Card Game and the team got revenge over the first-place San Francisco Giants in the NLDS. The Dodgers’ season ended in the NLCS, as the eventual champion Braves won the series in six games.

Which teams have the worst 2022 World Series odds?

Oddsmakers are not too optimistic that the Arizona Diamondbacks, Baltimore Orioles, Chicago Cubs, Pittsburgh Pirates or Texas Rangers will turn things around next season. All five clubs have +10000 odds to lift the Commissioner’s Trophy in 2022.


What are the Braves’ odds to repeat as World Series champions in 2022?

The Braves have the second-best odds behind the Los Angeles Dodgers to win the 2022 Fall Classic. Atlanta has +1000 odds, tied with the New York Mets.

The Braves have a ton of roster decisions to make this offseason with 14 free agents, including some of the marquee stars from their World Series run. Freddie Freeman, Jorge Soler, Joc Pederson, Adam Duvall and Eddie Rosario are all among the Atlanta players who could hit the market this offseason.

What are the Washington Nationals’ 2022 World Series odds?

The Nats are in the bottom 10 of the worst odds to win the 2022 Fall Classic. Their +6000 odds are tied with the Miami Marlins after winning the World Series just two seasons ago, and the Colorado Rockies.

Full 2022 World Series odds

Here is the full list of PointsBet’s early 2022 World Series odds:

Los Angeles Dodgers, +500

Atlanta Braves, +1000

New York Mets, +1000

Chicago White Sox, +1200

Houston Astros, +1200

New York Yankees, +1200

Tampa Bay Rays, +1200

Milwaukee Brewers, +1400

San Diego Padres, +1400


Toronto Blue Jays, +1400

Boston Red Sox, +1800

San Francisco Giants, +2000

St. Louis Cardinals, +3000

Los Angeles Angels, +3500

Cincinnati Reds, +4000

Detroit Tigers, +4000

Kansas City Royals, +4000

Oakland Athletics, +4000

Philadelphia Phillies, +4000

Seattle Mariners, +4000

Cleveland Guardians, +5000

Colorado Rockies, +6000

Miami Marlins, +6000

Washington Nationals, +6000

Minnesota Twins, +8000

Arizona Diamondbacks, +10000

Baltimore Orioles, +10000

Chicago Cubs, +10000


Pittsburgh Pirates, +10000

Texas Rangers, +10000

Editor's note: All odds are provided by our partner, PointsBet. PointsBet is our Official Sports Betting Partner and we may receive compensation if you place a bet on PointsBet for the first time after clicking our links.