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28. Cincinnati Reds
2017 record: 68-94
2018 Las Vegas over/under win total: 73.5
Odds to win the World Series: 300/1
One thing to know: Joey Votto and Billy Hamilton will try to drag the Reds to as many wins as they can this season, and if anything could be extremely valuable contributors to your fantasy team this year.

27. San Diego Padres
2017 record: 71-91
2018 Las Vegas over/under win total: 73.5
Odds to win the World Series: 200/1
One thing to know: Last season, the San Diego Padres had the youngest team in baseball, with an average clubhouse age of 26.9 years old. Since then, the Padres have brought in catcher AJ Ellis, a ten-year veteran of the majors to help as a clubhouse presence. By reports coming out of camp, the experiment is going swimmingly thus far, and San Diego looks toward another season of building.

13. Minnesota Twins
2017 record: 85-77
2018 Las Vegas over/under win total: 82.5
Odds to win the World Series: 25/1
One thing to know: The Minnesota Twins apparently failed to reach out to star second baseman Brian Dozier regarding a potential extension this offseason, and in turn, Dozier has made clear that he will head to free agency this offseason. Dozier was the Twins leading producer on offense in 2017, and could be an interesting trade piece at the deadline should the Twins want to avoid losing him for nothing.

6. Washington Nationals
2017 record: 97-65
2018 Las Vegas over/under win total: 94.5
Odds to win the World Series: 8/1
One thing to know: The Nationals have made the postseason in four of the past six seasons, but have failed to get past the NLDS each time. They’ll enter the season as the heavy favorites to win the NL East, but chances are they won’t be measuring success this year by just making the postseason.

5. Cleveland Indians
2017 record: 102-60
2018 Las Vegas over/under win total: 95.5
Odds to win the World Series: 6/1
One thing to know: After losing to the Cubs in dramatic fashion in the 2016 World Series, the Cleveland Indians took over the title for longest championship drought, having not won the big one since 1948. Favorites to win the AL Central, it would shock no one if Cleveland put together another postseason run this year.

4. Chicago Cubs
2017 record: 92-70
2018 Las Vegas over/under win total: 93.5
Odds to win the World Series: 7/1
One thing to know: A year removed from their remarkable World Series run that broke almost a century of Chicago’s anguish, the Cubs are still a force to be reckoned with in baseball. Even with the departure of Jake Arrieta, Chicago still sports a fearsome rotation that includes Jon Lester and Yu Darvish, who signed a six-year, $126 million contract with the Cubs.

3. New York Yankees
2017 record: 91-71
2018 Las Vegas over/under win total: 94.5
Odds to win the World Series: 6/1
One thing to know: The New York Yankees led the majors with 241 home runs last year — in a year when the league set a new record for total homers. This offseason, they put Giancarlo Stanton in pinstripes, adding to their roster the man who hit more home runs than anyone else in baseball in 2017. Along with Aaron Judge and some other power hitters, the Yankees look like they’ll live up to their “Bronx Bombers” nickname this year.

2. Los Angeles Dodgers
2017 record: 104-58
2018 Las Vegas over/under win total: 95.5
Odds to win the World Series: 5/1
One thing to know: Clayton Kershaw led the National League with a 2.31 ERA last season — his worst ERA as a starter since 2012. With his arm leading the way and a lineup loaded with talent, the Dodgers look like a dominant force heading into the 2018 season.

 

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