Mets ‘Francisco Lindor deal will increase Reuters’ World Sequence odds
Francisco Lindor ended up with the New York Mets and the odds makers quickly increased the franchise’s 2021 World Series odds.
Lindor, an all-star shortstop with the Cleveland Indians, traded to New York on Thursday.
PointsBet and DraftKings (NASDAQ 🙂 responded by moving the Mets from 18: 1 to win the World Series to 12: 1. The Indians slipped from 22-1 to 35-1 at DraftKings.
FanDuel held the Indians at 17-1 on Thursday night but an adjustment for that market was expected before the weekend.
PointsBet still listed Lindor 20-1 as the American League MVP, but he’s likely to appear on the NL lists soon.
At 12: 1, the Mets are ranked fourth in the National League for the 2021 World Series behind the Atlanta Braves (+1000), San Diego Padres (+900) and Los Angeles Dodgers (+450).
The Dodgers remain favorites for the 2021 World Series on all three books.
The American League favorites are the New York Yankees with +550.
– Field level media
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