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Michael Brantley, Jose Altuve now World Series MVP favorites

Freddie Freeman at +1100 is the Braves’ favorite

World Series - Atlanta Braves v Houston Astros - Game Two Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images

The Atlanta Braves and the Houston Astros split the first two games of the 2021 World Series. With the series shifting to Atlanta for Games 3, 4 and 5, we took an updated look at the series odds earlier today. Up next is a look at the favorite to be named World Series MVP.

Here is a look at the latest World Series MVP odds from DraftKings Sportsbook.

2021 World Series MVP odds

Michael Brantley: +550
Jose Altuve: +700
Kyle Tucker: +1100
Yordan Alvarez: +1100
Freddie Freeman: +1100
Eddie Rosario: +1400
Ozzie Albies: +1600
Adam Duvall: +1600
Jorge Soler: +1600
Austin Riley: +1700
Carlos Correa: +1800
Yuli Gurriel: +2200
Jose Urquidy: +2800
Alex Bregman: +3000
Luis Garcia: +3500
Travis d’Arnaud: +4500
Dansby Swanson: +5000
Max Fried: +6000
Framber Valdez: +7000
Tyler Matzek: +7500
Joc Pederson: +7500
Martin Maldonado: +7500
A.J. Minter: +7500
Ian Anderson: +9000
Jose Siri: +10000
Will Smith: +13000
Ryan Pressly: +15000
Jake Odorizzi: +15000
Chas McCormick: +18000
Marwin Gonzalez: +20000
Zack Greinke: +25000

There has been quite a bit of movement since the start of the series. Michael Brantley is the current favorite after going 5-for-9 with a pair of doubles in the first two games of the series. Freddie Freeman remains the Braves player with the best odds at +1100.

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