World SeriesUpdated 4/10/14: We are more than a week into the 2014 MLB season, and we’ll take a look at some of the teams showing value and who could possibly be a legitimate contender to win the 2014 World Series.

The Milwaukee Brewers (currently 65/1 at Sportsbetting) have stormed out of the gate this season. Ryan Braun looks to be in good form as he belted 3 home runs in one game on April 8th against Philadelphia. They have a good solid core of hitters in shortstop Jean Segura and outfielder Carlos Gomez. The Brewers also look to have somewhat of a formidable pitching staff with Matt Garza, Kyle Lohse, and Yovani Gallardo. Of course they are in a tough division with St. Louis, Pittsburgh and Cincinnati, but with their sweep of Boston in Fenway Park last weekend, they might be a team to be reckoned with.

Don’t be surprised, but the Seattle Mariners (currently 22/1 at Sportsbetting)  are in first place in the AL West. This team definitely made some offensive upgrades in the offseason, with second baseman Robinson Cano, DH Corey Hart, and Logan Morrison. Those players only add to an offensive attack that was second in the majors in home runs last season. They definitely have the 1-2 punch in the rotation with Felix Hernandez and Hisashi Iwakuma. They also have the young Cuban hurler Roenis Elias, who is sure to make an impact this season. With the injury problems that Texas and Oakland have had, and the pitching struggles that the Angels have, don’t be shocked if the Mariners win the AL West this season.

Sports Betting BaseballWhile everyone is talking about the Los Angeles Dodgers, the San Francisco Giants (currently 14/1 at Sportsbetting) are currently in first in the NL West. The Giants have shown they can score some runs, as they have scored 5 runs or more in runs in 5 of their first 9 games. Brandon Belt aand Michael Morse are both batting above .340, and as a team they are ranked 3rd in the league in slugging percentage. The rotation is solid with Madison Bumgarner, Tim Hudson, and Matt Cain. Hudson has adjusted fine to his new team, with his first two starts going well and leading the team with a 1.15 ERA. The Giants are no stranger to playoff contention, and should challenge the Dodgers this season.

Check out the most up to date World Series betting lines, as of April 10th, 2014!

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Los Angeles Dodgers 7/1
Washington Nationals 8/1
Detroit Tigers 17/2
St Louis Cardinals 17/2
Tampa Bay Rays 10/1
New York Yankees 13/1
San Francisco Giants 14/1
Boston Red Sox 15/1
Texas Rangers 16/1
Atlanta Braves 20/1
Oakland Athletics 20/1
Los Angeles Angels 22/1
Seattle Mariners 22/1
Cincinnati Reds 25/1
Pittsburgh Pirates 25/1
Cleveland Indians 28/1
Toronto Blue Jays 28/1
Baltimore Orioles 32/1
Kansas City Royals 35/1
Philadelphia Phillies 42/1
Miami Marlins 65/1
Milwaukee Brewers 65/1
Chicago White Sox 70/1
San Diego Padres 75/1
Arizona Diamondbacks 72/1
Chicago Cubs 100/1
Colorado Rockies 100/1
Minnesota Twins 100/1
New York Mets 100/1
Houston Astros 200/1