The World Series is no Super Bowl when it comes to betting. Then again, what is? But there’s no shortage of wagering opportunities linked to the Fall Classic, which begins tonight in Cleveland between the Indians and Cubs.

According to MyTopSportsbooks.com, the Cubs are favored to win the Series, but Indians ace Corey Kluber has the shortest odds to be named most valuable player. Among the other options bettors can ponder:

Odds to win the World Series
Chicago Cubs: 2-3

Cleveland Indians: 3-2

Odds to win the MVP award
Corey Kluber (Cleveland): 4-1

Kris Bryant (Chicago): 11-2

Anthony Rizzo: (Chicago): 7-1

Jon Lester: (Chicago): 8-1

Francisco Lindor: (Cleveland): 8-1

Andrew Miller (Cleveland): 10-1

Javier Baez (Chicago): 14-1

Kyle Hendricks (Chicago): 14-1

Jose Ramirez (Cleveland): 20-1

Dexter Fowler (Chicago): 25-1

Field: 8-1

Odds the World Series is won ...
At home: 6-7

By Cleveland in Cleveland: 13-5
By Chicago in Chicago: 20-7

Odds the World Series is won ...
In a sweep: 7-1

In a sweep by Chicago: 10-1

In a sweep by Cleveland: 25-1

Odds a team comes back from an 0-3 deficit to win the World Series: 60-1

Odds a pitcher throws a no-hitter: 75-1

Odds a pitcher throws a perfect game: 800-1

Odds to hit the first grand slam:
Kris Bryant (Chicago): 5-1

Anthony Rizzo (Chicago): 11-2

Mike Napoli (Cleveland): 6-1

Carlos Santana (Cleveland): 6-1

Javier Baez (Chicago): 12-1

Jason Kipnis (Cleveland): 15-1

Francisco Lindor (Cleveland): 15-1

Addison Russell (Chicago): 18-1

Odds a manager gets ejected: 12-1
Odds a player gets ejected: 8-1