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2015 World Series odds: Mets behind Dodgers and Cardinals as of Wednesday night

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There's been a change in the odds from a few weeks ago, but the Mets are still being projected by Vegas to have a good shot at winning their first World Series since 1986.

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As the Mets try to put the wraps on a National League East division title, Bovada released updated odds last night for the winners of both League Championship Series and the World Series.

Currently, the Mets' odds of winning it all stand at 6-to-1, in a three-way tie for third with the Dodgers and CardinalsThat's a change from 9/1 odds a few weeks ago. The Blue Jays are 4-to-1 favorites, followed by the defending American League champion Royals (11/2). As for the National League pennant, New York is a co-favorite with Los Angeles and St. Louis (5/2), with the Pirates (5/1) and Cubs (6/1) right behind them.

It's interesting to see the Mets even with the Dodgers and Cardinals at this point. While the Cardinals appear as if they will finish with the best record in baseball, the Dodgers are .500 in their last ten games and are just a game and a half ahead of the Mets for home field between the two teams. Even less surprising are the Blue Jays and Royals leading the pack in the American League, and Toronto being touted as the favorite to win their first title since 1993.

Here's the full list of current World Series odds.

Team Odds
Toronto Blue Jays 4/1
Kansas City Royals 11/2
Los Angeles Dodgers 6/1
New York Mets 6/1
St. Louis Cardinals 6/1
Texas Rangers 9/1
Chicago Cubs 10/1
Pittsburgh Pirates 10/1
New York Yankees 14/1
Houston Astros 25/1
Los Angeles Angels 33/1
Minnesota Twins 33/1