The season may be different, but the money’s still green.If you’re looking to put some shekels down on the 2020 MLB season, then the teams at the top won’t surprise you. After all, a short season should favor the deep teams, and a 60-game sample size should be enough to know who’s going to be good and who isn’t, if past seasons are any indication. If you’re feeling lucky, here’s what you need to know:World Series odds 2020Here are the updated odds to win the World Series in 2020 after MLB announced it will play a 60-game season, last updated on July 23:Los Angeles Dodgers +450New York Yankees +450Houston Astros +1000Tampa Bay Rays +1400Minnesota Twins +1600Atlanta Braves +1800Washington Nationals +1800Cincinnati Reds +2000Chicago White Sox +2000New York Mets +2000Oakland Athletics +2000Chicago Cubs +2500Cleveland Indians +2800St. Louis Cardinals +2800Los Angeles Angels +3000San Diego Padres +3000Milwaukee Brewers +3500Philadelphia Phillies +3500Arizona Diamondbacks +5000Boston Red Sox +5000Texas Rangers +7500Toronto Blue Jays +10000Colorado Rockies +125000San Francisco Giants +15000Kansas City Royals +25000Detroit Tigers +25000Baltimore Orioles +30000Miami Marlins +30000Pittsburgh Pirates +30000Seattle Mariners +30000MORE: Get the latest MLB odds at SportsInsider.com So, it’s no surprise that the Yankees and Dodgers lead the way on the moneyline per Sports Insider, but there are several other intriguing bets, should you choose to make things interesting.MORE: Everything you need to know about the 2020 MLB seasonAs mentioned, that two-month sprint would probably benefit the good-on-paper teams, but don’t be surprised if others make magical runs. The Cubs at +2500 and the Rays at +1400 aren’t bad looks, especially in a short season.Just keep in mind, the eventual 2019 World Series champion Nationals were 27-33 through their first 60 games last year, so anything can happen in Major League Baseball, especially over a 60-game sprint.