Here's the chart. After the team name, the first column is the initial odds on November 2nd last year, and the second column is the current value. If the number there is in blue, the odds have shrunk over the winter; if it's in red, their odds have lengthened. The final column shows what percentage of money has gone to that team. All data from bovada.lv.
|Team||Odds 11/2||Current||% of $|
|San Francisco Giants||20/1||8/1||8.0%|
|Toronto Blue Jays||12/1||10/1||8.0%|
|Los Angeles Dodgers||12/1||12/1||4.0%|
|New York Mets||12/1||12/1||6.0%|
|Boston Red Sox||20/1||14/1||5.0%|
|Kansas City Royals||12/1||14/1||7.0%|
|St. Louis Cardinals||12/1||18/1||5.0%|
|New York Yankees||18/1||25/1||2.0%|
|Chicago White Sox||50/1||33/1||2.0%|
|Los Angeles Angels||20/1||40/1||1.0%|
|Tampa Bay Rays||33/1||40/1||1.0%|
|San Diego Padres||50/1||125/1||0.5%|
The Diamondbacks had one of the biggest improvements in their odds off-season, being slashed in half from 50/1 down to 25/1. The Cubs had a fractionally larger improvement, going from 11/1 down to 5/1, but it was the Giants who saw the biggest improvement, coming in all the way from 20/1 to 8/1. The Dodgers and Giants are tied at 6/5 for the NL West, with the D-backs sitting at 4/.1 odds. Also, on the over/under bets, the most skewed toward "Over" was on the Twins' line of 78.5, with 80% thinking it'll be more than that. The most "Under" line belongs to the Pirates, with 75% going that way for their line at 86.5 wins.