2017 College Baseball World Series Odds

The 2017 NCAA Division 1 baseball season begins in mid-February and will conclude in June with the NCAA Tournament and College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska. Last season Coastal Carolina defeated Arizona in the finals, giving the Chanticleers their first championship in school history. This was a major upset since Coastal Carolina’s odds of winning the championship were 55/1 before the season and 25/1 entering the tournament.

Coastal Carolina is listed at 29/1 to repeat as champions — the 19th shortest odds in the country. Over the off-season, Coastal Carolina left the Big South Conference for the Sun Belt Conference. TCU and LSU (+700) are listed as the co-favorites to win the national championship.

The table below displays the current futures at 5Dimes. We will provide sporadic updates throughout the season as new information becomes available.

Team 5Dimes (12/28)
TCU   +700
LSU   +700
Florida   +800
South Carolina   +800
Oregon State   +1000
Vanderbilt   +1100
Arizona   +1100
Miami FL   +1300
Florida State   +1400
CS Fullerton   +1500
Louisville   +1600
Clemson   +1600
East Carolina   +2000
UL Lafayette   +2200
North Carolina   +2300
Virginia   +2400
Long Beach State   +2500
Cal Santa Barbara   +2700
Coastal Carolina   +2900
Texas A&M   +3300
Washington U   +3500
Mississppi   +3700
Sam Houston State   +4000
Stanford   +4300
Arizona State   +4500
Dallas Baptist   +4800
Rice   +5100
Oklahoma State   +5300
Texas Tech   +5400
Texas   +5500
NC State   +5500
Michigan   +5500
Nebraska   +5800
Tulane   +5800
Houston U   +5800
SE Louisiana   +5800
Gonzaga   +5800
Georgia Tech   +5800
Kent State   +6100
Florida Atlantic   +6400
New Mexico   +7000
West Virginia   +7000
Utah   +7000
Southern Mississippi   +7500
Wake Forest   +7500
Fresno State   +7500
UC Irvine   +7500
Maryland   +7500
Central Florida   +8000
Cal Poly   +8000
UCLA   +8000
Nevada   +8000
Oklahoma   +8000
UNLV   +8500
San Diego State   +8500
Southern Cal   +8500
California   +8500
Oregon   +8500
Washington State   +9000
Auburn   +9000
Mississippi State   +9000
Kentucky   +9000
Georgia   +9000
Tennessee   +9500
South Alabama   +9500
Alabama   +9500
Arkansas   +9500
Missouri   +9500
Geogia Southern   +10000
Troy   +10000
AR Little Rock   +10000
Texas State   +10000
BYU   +10000
San Diego U   +11000
Pepperdine   +11000
St. Mary's CA   +11000
San Francisco U   +11000
New Mexico State   +11000
Oral Roberts   +12000
Seattle   +12000
Grand Canyon   +12000
Michigan State   +12000
Indiana   +12000
Minnesota U   +13000
Ohio State   +13000
Illinois   +13000
Iowa   +13000
Western Michigan   +13000
Central Michigan   +14000
Missouri State   +14000
Southern Illinois   +14000
Ball State   +14000
Louisiana Tech   +14000
NC Wilmington   +15000
Morehead State   +15000
Kennesaw State   +15000
FL Gulf Coast   +15000
North Florida   +15000
Lipscomb   +16000
Rhode Island   +16000
St. Joseph's   +16000
Virginia Comm   +16000
Xavier   +16000
Creighton   +17000
Seton Hall   +17000
St. John's   +17000
Garder-Webb   +17000
High Point   +17000
College of Charleston   +18000
William & Mary   +18000
Wright State   +18000
Bryant   +18000
SE Missouri State   +18000
Austin Peay   +19000
Jacksonville State   +19000
Tennessee Tech   +19000
Navy   +19000
Lehigh   +19000
Mercer   +20000
NC Greensboro   +20000
Western Carolina   +20000
Lamar   +20000
McNeese State   +20000

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David Solar

David Solar has been the Content Manager at Sports Insights for over four years. He specializes in sports betting analytics and has created several popular data-driven betting systems. He can be reached directly at david@sportsinsights.com or on twitter at @TheDavidSolar.

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