World Series Futures Bets Following the Winter Meetings | Daily Betslip

World Series Futures Through Big Signings | Daily Betslip
World Series Futures Through Big Signings | Daily Betslip /

As baseball's 2022 Winter Meetings come to a conclusion, more than $2 billion was spent by Major League ballclubs this offseason, and that was before Xander Bogaerts and the San Diego Padres agreed to an 11-year, $280 million deal late on Wednesday night!

With Aaron Judge remaining in New York with the Yankees, Justin Verlander coming to New York to join the Mets, and Jacob deGrom leaving New York to head south to become a Texas Ranger, plenty of teams have made massive moves this offseason to set themselves up to be contenders in 2022.

Plus, former Washington Nationals teammates Trea Turner and Bryce Harper are back together, as Turner signed an 11-year deal to leave the L.A. Dodgers and sign with the Philadelphia Phillies, while longtime Chicago Cubs catcher Willson Contreras is trading in his Cubbie blue for Cardinal red, inking a five-year deal down I-55 in St. Louis to replace Yadier Molina.

On the latest episode of "Daily Betslip," BetSided's Iain MacMillan and Ben Heisler go through the most noteworthy signings at the Winter Meetings to this point and debate which team's futures odds look most appealing at this point of the offseason.

Check out the clip above for their favorite picks, and for the full breakdown, be sure to watch the episode below, or simply subscribe to BetSided's YouTube channel HERE!

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