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MLB odds: Rockies SS Troy Tulowitzki updated favorite to win NL MVP award

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Now, about staying healthy ...

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Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki is the odds-on favorite to win the National League Most Valuable Player award, according to updated MLB odds provided by Bovada.

Tulowitzki is out in front of the pack with 3/1 odds of becoming the second player in franchise history to win the award, joining Larry Walker in 1997. Andrew McCutchen has 5/1 odds of repeating while Justin Upton (11/2), Adrian Gonzalez (9/1) and Yadier Molina (9/1) round out the top five.

Rockies outfielder Charlie Blackmon and first baseman Justin Morneau are also listed. Both have 16/1 odds of being named NL MVP.

No Rockies pitchers have odds of winning the NL Cy Young award, but the team as a whole has improved its chances of reaching the postseason in the eyes of Bovada. The Rockies began the season with the worst odds of winning their division of any NL West club. Now, the odds of the Rockies hoisting their first division crown have improved to 13/2, well ahead of both the Padres and Diamondbacks.

The Rox have a one-in-28 chance of winning the pennant and have 66/1 odds of capturing their first World Series championship.

Now, they just need to figure out how to close out a sweep and keep their rotation and star shorstop, among others, healthy ...