As pitchers and catchers report to Spring Training, it is a good time to revisit the betting odds for this year's World Series.

The Chicago Cubs haven't won the World Series since 1908, but a playoff run last season and a roster upgrade this winter have made them favorites in 2016.

According to VegasInsider.com, the Cubs are the chalk at 7/1.

Chicago earned the second wild-card spot in the National League last season. It beat Pittsburgh in the wild-card game, then dispatched St. Louis in the divisional round before being swept by the Mets in the NLCS. The Cubs then signed outfielder Jason Heyward and versatile infielder Ben Zobrist as free agents, and the bandwagon took on more passengers.

Here is the full rundown of odds to win the 2016 World Series:

  • Chicago Cubs 7/1
  • Boston Red Sox 8/1
  • San Francisco Giants 10/1
  • Houston Astros 12/1
  • New York Mets 14/1
  • Texas Rangers 15/1
  • Washington Nationals 15/1
  • Los Angeles Dodgers 16/1
  • New York Yankees 16/1
  • Pittsburgh Pirates 18/1
  • St. Louis Cardinals 18/1
  • Toronto Blue Jays 18/1
  • Arizona Diamondbacks 25/1
  • Cleveland Indians 25/1
  • Detroit Tigers 25/1
  • Kansas City Royals 25/1
  • Los Angeles Angels 25/1
  • Seattle Mariners 35/1
  • Baltimore Orioles 50/1
  • Chicago White Sox 50/1
  • Minnesota Twins 50/1
  • Tampa Bay Rays 60/1
  • Cincinnati Reds 120/1
  • Miami Marlins 120/1
  • Milwaukee Brewers 120/1
  • Oakland Athletics 120/1
  • San Diego Padres 120/1
  • Colorado Rockies 250/1
  • Atlanta Braves 350/1
  • Philadelphia Phillies 350/1

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