Vegas Odds Give Mets 40-to-1 Chance Of Winning 2013 World Series

Brian J. Myers-US PRESSWIRE

The 2012 season may have come to an end just a couple days ago, but that doesn't mean it's too soon for Las Vegas to release its odds for next year. Whether you're a betting person or not, the odds present an outside perspective of just how dim or bright the future might look for the Mets.

According to the odds, which are courtesy of Bovada, the Mets have a 40-to-1 shot at winning the World Series in 2013, which puts them on the same level as the Miami Marlins and Seattle Mariners. The Detroit Tigers are the early favorites at 6-to-1, and the Houston Astros are the longest of long shots at 150-to-1. Here's the full list:

Team 2013 Odds
Detroit Tigers 6/1
New York Yankees 7/1
San Francisco Giants 10/1
Texas Rangers 12/1
Washington Nationals 12/1
Los Angeles Angels 12/1
Philadelphia Phillies 14/1
St. Louis Cardinals 14/1
Cincinnati Reds 14/1
Atlanta Braves 14/1
Los Angeles Dodgers 18/1
Tampa Bay Rays 20/1
Boston Red Sox 22/1
Arizona Diamondbacks 25/1
Baltimore Orioles 25/1
Milwaukee Brewers 25/1
Oakland Athletics 25/1
Chicago White Sox 28/1
Pittsburgh Pirates 30/1
Toronto Blue Jays 35/1
Seattle Mariners 40/1
Miami Marlins 40/1
New York Mets 40/1
San Diego Padres 60/1
Minnesota Twins 66/1
Chicago Cubs 75/1
Cleveland Indians 75/1
Colorado Rockies 75/1
Kansas City Royals 75/1
Houston Astros 150/1
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