The Minnesota Twins had a rough season in 2014. Another 90 loss campaign saw Ron Gardenhire get fired as well as the organization as a whole fielding a lot of questions. Many of the answers however, are just a few levels down on the farm system. It will take a while for many of those prospects to contribute at the Major League Level though, and Bovada is noting that.
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With the San Francisco Giants capping off a World Series victory last night, the newest World Series up for grabs will be the 2015 World Series. Unfortunately for the Twins, the bookmaker doesn’t see Minnesota anywhere near contention. In fact, the Twins are dead last, or tied for it.
Here are your 2015 World Series odds:
Los Angeles Dodgers-15/2
Los Angeles Angels-10/1
San Francisco Giants-12/1
St. Louis Cardinals-12/1
Kansas City Royals-16/1
Boston Red Sox-22/1
New York Yankees-22/1
Tampa Bay Rays-33/1
Toronto Blue Jays-33/1
Chicago White Sox-40/1
New York Mets-40/1
San Diego Padres-66/1
Despite the promise the Twins show, it is going to take some time for that to show up on the diamond. Depending on injuries and promotions, I think a realistic ceiling should be a late season run towards the final Wild Card spot, and the floor should be within five games of .500.
What are your thoughts?
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