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The Tigers may no longer be favored to win the AL Pennant or World Series by Las Vegas, but they remain slight favorites to win the Central over the Royals and Indians.

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In the latest post season odds released by Bovade.lv, the Detroit Tigers have fallen out of favor in Las Vegas. Once considered the odds-on favorites to win the World Series, in the eyes of bookmakers the Tigers are now favored to only win their division.

Slight favorites the Tigers may be, but Las Vegas considers the Central race to essentially be a toss-up. The Tigers are 5/7 favorites over the Kansas City Royals, who are getting odds of 5/4. The Cleveland Indians earn long shot odds of 12/1.

Odds to win AL Central:

Detroit Tigers 5/7
Kansas City Royals 5/4
Cleveland Indians 12/1

Odds to win the 2014 AL Pennant:

Los Angeles Angels 5/2
Oakland Athletics 7/2
Baltimore Orioles 4/1
Detroit Tigers 4/1
Kansas City Royals 7/1
Seattle Mariners 12/1
New York Yankees 25/1
Cleveland Indians 28/1
Toronto Blue Jays 40/1

Odds to win the 2014 World Series:

Odds on 8/1/14 Current Odds
Los Angeles Angels 10/1 5/1
Los Angeles Dodgers 5/1 11/2
Washington Nationals 10/1 6/1
Baltimore Orioles 16/1 7/1
Oakland Athletics 4/1 7/1
Detroit Tigers 5/1 8/1
St. Louis Cardinals 11/1 12/1
Kansas City Royals 50/1 14/1
Milwaukee Brewers 16/1 16/1
San Francisco Giants 12/1 16/1
Seattle Mariners 33/1 25/1
Atlanta Braves 18/1 33/1
Pittsburgh Pirates 28/1 33/1
Cleveland Indians 66/1 50/1
New York Yankees 25/1 50/1
Toronto Blue Jays 14/1 75/1
Miami Marlins 150/1 150/1
Cincinnati Reds 50/1 200/1
San Diego Padres 1000/1 500/1
Chicago White Sox Off the Board
New York Mets Off the Board
Minnesota Twins Off the Board
Philadelphia Phillies Off the Board

As for awards season, a pair of Tigers are considered candidates by Las Vegas - Victor Martinez and Max Scherzer. Considering his physical struggles and declining numbers over the second half, Miguel Cabrera has been dropped from the awards list.

2014 AL MVP:

Mike Trout, Angels 1/2
Robinson Cano, Mariners 5/1
Jose Abreu, White Sox 11/2
Felix Hernandez, Mariners 6/1
Victor Martinez, Tigers 10/1

2014 AL Cy Young:

Felix Hernandez, Mariners 1/3
Chris Sale, White Sox 3/1
Max Scherzer, Tigers 5/1