Yankees don’t crack top 4 in latest World Series odds, but the Mets do - world cultures

Yankees don’t crack top 4 in latest World Series odds, but the Mets do

Baseball in New York is good now.

According to FanGraphs, baseball in Flushing could be better than baseball in the Bronx.

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The latest World Championship odds came out on Thursday, and they have a 12.8% chance of winning it all. The New York Yankees sit right behind them with 12.3%.

Here is a list of the top 5 team odds:

Los Angeles Dodgers 15.4%

Atlanta Braves 15.2%

Houston Astros 14.5%

New York Mets 12.8%

New York Yankees 12.3%

Then the competition drops and the San Diego Padres follow with 5.5%.

These stats may make the upcoming Subway series more competitive than usual. The Yankees and Mets will face each other on July 26 and 27 at Citi Field.

Some other interesting prospects emerged Thursday for the Yankees, this time in regards to their record.

According to FanGraphs, the Yankees aren’t likely to reach the contemporary single-season record of 116 wins set in 2001 by the Seattle Mariners (originally set by the Chicago Cubs in 1906), but it is possible.

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“If the predictions are to be believed, this is unlikely, but at least it is reasonable, as the team has reached this mark in 2.9% of simulations. The Yanks are currently running on a winning average of 116, but even if everything does not go well – hey, Joey Gallo And the Aroldis Chapman They have to do a lot to win games at such a fast pace.”

The Yankees have 80 games left. FanGraphs predicts New York (59-23) will eventually finish 103-59.

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Bridget Highland can be reached in [email protected].

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