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San Diego Padres World Series Odds: How Landing Juan Soto Impacts the Odds

The San Diego Padres just landed Juan Soto and Josh Bell via trade. Here's how it impacts the Padres World Series odds going forward for the remainder of 2022.
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San Diego Padres World Series Odds: How Landing Juan Soto Impacts the Odds

And just like that, the San Diego Padres land not only Juan Soto but Josh Bell as well. Wow. Anytime you can land a 23-year-old superstar who already has a World Series title and two All-Star appearances you just have to do it.

According to reports, CJ Abrama, Robert Hassell III, James Wood, and Jarlin Susana are going the other way to the Nationals.

This year, Soto is batting .246 with a .408 OBP an .894 OPS and 21 home runs to his name. He's carried the offense for the Nationals all year long, along with the help of teammate Josh Bell.

In 2022, Bell is hitting .301 with an .877 OPS and 14 homers to his name. He's had a resurgence for Washington after struggling his final year in Pittsburgh back in 2020. Now, both of these guys head out west to San Diego. Here's a look at the updated San Diego Padres World Series odds.

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San Diego Padres World Series Odds

OddsImplied Chance
Before the Trade+16005.88%
After the Trade+11008.33%

San Diego Padres World Series Odds Breakdown

To no surprise, the San Diego Padres odds just got a lot better. Before the trade, the Padres were +1600, an implied chance of 5.88% to win the Fall Classic. Now, they got a nice little bump from making a massive move. They can currently be found at +1100 which now only trails the Dodgers, Yankees, Astros, Mets, and Braves.

Now, the Padres have some ground to make up in the playoff race. They are 12 games behind Los Angeles so that's out of the picture but the Wild Card race is a tight one. They are currently second in the Wild Card race two games behind the Atlanta Braves who are red hot. The Phillies and the Cardinals are breathing on their neck though and a move like this should, in theory, help separate them from the rest of the pack.

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