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Added October 27th, 2010 by Chalk

2010 World Series MVP Odds
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Wednesday’s World Series Game 1 figures to be a pitching matchup for the ages — Texas Rangers ace Cliff Lee facing off against two-time Cy Young winner Tim Lincecum of the San Francisco Giants. Vegas has Lee as the favorite to win the World Series MVP at 11/2 odds, with ALCS MVP Josh Hamilton close behind at 6/1. Lincecum has the best odds for San Francisco (8/1) just ahead of his rookie battery mate Buster Posey (9/1).

Here’s the betting odds for all the contenders:

SP Cliff Lee (TEX) 11/2 Was lights out against the Yankees in Game 3 of the ALCS, 7-0 in eight career postseason stats

OF Josh Hamilton (TEX) 6/1 MVP of the ALCS

SP Tim Lincecum (SF) 8/1
two-time Cy Young winner, 2-1 this postseason

C Buster Posey (SF) 9/1
rookie is the Giants best hitter despite only joining the team at the end of May

OF Cody Ross (SF) 11/1
came out of nowhere to be NLCS MVP — can he keep up his hot postseason?

OF Nelson Cruz (TEX) 11/1
.350, 5 RBI in ALCS

DH Vladimir Guerrero (TEX) 12/1
.269, 3 RBI in ALCS, will likely sit at least one game in San Francisco rather than play in the field

3B Michael Young (TEX) 12/1
.333, 4 RBI in ALCS

2B Ian Kinsler (TEX) 14/1
.250, 3 RBI in ALCS

IF Juan Uribe (SF) 16/1
.214, 3 RBI in NLCS — but had game-winning RBI in the Giants final two wins

SP Matt Cain (SF) 16/1 hasn’t allowed an unearned run in two postseason starts, will start Game 2 and usually does very well at home

1B Aubrey Huff (SF) 18/1
.250, 3 RBI in NLCS, the Giants other big offensive weapon during the regular season hasn’t busted out yet in the postseason

SS Elvis Andrus (TEX) 18/1
.333, 2 RBI, 4 SB in ALCS

OF Pat Burrell (SF) 20/1
.211, 1 RBI in NLCS

2B Freddy Sanchez (SF) 20/1
.360, 1 RBI in NLCS

SP Jonathan Sanchez (SF) 20/1
only lasted two innings in Game 6 of the NLCS, but won on the road in the NLDS

SP C.J. Wilson (TEX) 22/1
the Rangers #2 starter was 0-1 with a 6.00 ERA in the ALCS

OF Andres Torres (SF) 25/1
Giants leadoff hitter hit .350 in NLCS showing signs he’s finally back after missing time in September because of his appendix

RP Brian Wilson (SF) 30/1
if three saves and a win wasn’t enough to earn him the NLCS MVP, what more can he do in the World Series? Big League Stew’s Answer Dave Brown sees Wilson as a sexy pick, but notes that only two relief pitchers in the past 35 years have been named World Series MVP.

RP Neftali Feliz (TEX) 35/1
the rookie didn’t allow an earned run in three ALCS appearances, but none of the games were close enough to be a save situation

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