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Yordan Alvarez, Jose Altuve open as World Series MVP favorites

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Atlanta’s Freddie Freeman has the third best odds to take home the award per DraftKings Sportsbook.

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The Atlanta Braves opened as underdogs to the Houston Astros in the 2021 World Series which will get underway Tuesday, October 26 in Houston. Atlanta’s underdog status is also reflected in the odds for who will take home World Series MVP.

Here is a look at the full list of opening odds at DraftKings Sportsbook for World Series MVP.

2021 World Series MVP odds

Yordan Alvarez: +900
Jose Altuve: +1000
Michael Brantley: +1100
Freddie Freeman: +1100
Carlos Correa: +1100
Kyle Tucker: +1200
Eddie Rosario: +1200
Alex Bregman: +1500
Max Fried: +1500
Austin Riley: +1500
Framber Valdez: +2000
Ozzie Albies: +2000
Charlie Morton: +2500
Yuli Gurriel: +2500
Luis Garcia: +2500
Tyler Matzek: +3000
Adam Duvall: +3000
Lance McCullers Jr.: +3000
Joc Pederson: +3000
Jorge Soler: +3500
Dansby Swanson: +4000
Martin Maldonado: +5000
Travis d’Arnaud: +5500
Jake Meyers: +6500
Ian Anderson: +6500
Will Smith: +10000
Ryan Pressly: +13000
Chas McCormick: +15000
Zack Greinke: +20000

Alvarez went 12-for-23 against Boston with a homer and five extra base hits to capture his first ALCS MVP award. His dominant performance against the Red Sox has him as the opening favorite to take home World Series MVP.

Eddie Rosario set a franchise record with 14 hits and slugged three home runs on his way to being named MVP of the NLCS. He is currently at +1200 along with Astros outfielder Kyle Tucker. Freddie Freeman currently has the best odds of any Braves player at +1100. Max Fried and Austin Riley are both just behind Rosario at +1500.