Judgement Day: Aaron Judge’s Next Team, World Series MVP Odds

All signs point toward Aaron Judge re-signing with the New York Yankees.

But what if the league’s most popular player ditches his pinstripes for a new uni next year? Where would Judge fit best, and which franchise could shell out enough greenbacks?

SportsBetting has set odds for Judge’s next team, and the Top 3 teams with the best chances all reside in the National League.

Aaron Judge Next Team Odds

San Francisco Giants               2-1

New York Mets                       3-1

Los Angeles Dodgers               4-1

Houston Astros                       6-1

Texas Rangers                         8-1

Boston Red Sox                       8-1

Toronto Blue Jays                   10-1

Chicago White Sox                  10-1

Philadelphia Phillies                13-1

Additionally, the sportsbook posted World Series MVP odds Monday, and the favorites should be no surprise. 

After blasting a series-clinching home run on his birthday Sunday, Bryce Harper is the overall favorite for MVP. 

Yordan Alvarez, who put up MVP-like numbers during the regular season is second on the list, while rookie teammate Jeremy Pena has the third-best odds. Here’s the full list:

World Series MVP Odds

Bryce Harper (PHI)                  6-1

Yordan Alvarez (HOU)             7-1

Jeremy Pena (HOU)                8-1

Justin Verlander (HOU)           9-1

Jose Altuve (HOU)                   11-1

Kyle Tucker (HOU)                  12-1

Alex Bregman (HOU)              14-1

Kyle Schwarber (PHI)              16-1

Zack Wheeler (PHI)                 16-1

Aaron Nola (PHI)                     18-1

Framber Valdez (HOU)           18-1

Rhys Hoskins (PHI)                  20-1

J.T. Realmuto (PHI)                 25-1

Yulieski Gurriel (HOU)             25-1

Christian Javier (HOU)            33-1

Alec Bohm (PHI)                      40-1

Jean Segura (PHI)                    40-1

Lance McCullers (HOU)           40-1

Nick Castellanos (PHI)             40-1

Chas McCormick (HOU)          50-1

Trey Mancini (HOU)                66-1

Christian Vazquez (HOU)        80-1

Ranger Suarez (PHI)                80-1

Brandon Marsh (PHI)              100-1

Bryson Stott (PHI)                   100-1

Martin Maldenado (HOU)      100-1

Noah Syndergaard (PHI)         100-1

Ryan Pressley (HOU)               100-1

S. Dominguez (PHI)                 100-1

Zach Eflin (PHI)                       100-1

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