BodogLife.com provides updated World Series odds. The Orioles are 300-1, so hit the ATM on your way home.
Here’s the list:

Boston Red Sox: 3/1

Chicago
Cubs: 7/2

Tampa Bay Rays: 9/2

Los Angeles
Angels: 7/1

Chicago White Sox: 12/1

Milwaukee
Brewers: 12/1

Philadelphia Phillies: 14/1

New York
Mets: 15/1

New York Yankees: 15/1

Los Angeles
Dodgers: 17/1

Detroit Tigers: 18/1

Arizona
Diamondbacks: 25/1

Minnesota Twins: 25/1

St Louis
Cardinals: 25/1

Florida Marlins: 35/1

Oakland
Athletics: 40/1

Colorado Rockies: 60/1

Atlanta
Braves: 100/1

Texas Rangers: 150/1

San Diego
Padres: 150/1

San Francisco Giants: 150/1

Toronto
Blue Jays: 200/1

Baltimore Orioles: 300/1

Cincinnati Reds: 300/1

Cleveland
Indians: 300/1

Houston Astros: 300/1

Kansas City
Royals: 300/1

Pittsburgh Pirates: 500/1

Washington
Nationals: 500/1

Seattle Mariners: 750/1

Baltimore native and Hall of Famer Al Kaline will appear at the Sports Legends Museum at 1 p.m. Saturday for a program and autograph signing to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the 1958 All-Star Game at Memorial Stadium – the first where no player had an extra-base hit.

The event will only cost you the regular paid admission fee to the museum.

Single-A Frederick’s Brandon Snyder extended his hitting streak to 15 games in yesterday’s doubleheader.

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