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After playing into the wee hours of the night on Saturday, the New York Yankees and the Detroit Tigers are going to be back at it on Sunday in an afternoon game, as Game 2 of the ALCS kicks off.
Detroit knows that it dodged a major bullet to take the 1-0 series lead in this one, and when push comes to shove, the fact that Game 1 went to extra innings might really play into its hands.
Following a day off, the St. Louis Cardinals are back at it on the opposite side of the country on Sunday night in MLB betting action when they take on the San Francisco Giants in Game 1 of the NLCS.
Call them the Cardiac Cards. This is just the team that you cannot knock out of the playoffs under any circumstance.
Just four teams are left to battle it out for the World Series, and on Saturday night, the 2012 ALCS kicks off for MLB betting fans when the New York Yankees take on the Detroit Tigers.
The Tigers are probably at the decided disadvantage in this game, knowing that they are going to have to travel on Saturday morning to the Bronx and not have a day of rest,
MLB Picks Preview St. Louis Cardinals vs. Washington Nationals Starting Pitchers: Hammel (Cardinals) vs. Sabathia (Nationals) Date/Time: October 12th, 8:30 P.M. EST Television: TBS MLB Odds from VietBet Moneyline: Cardinals +127 Nationals -132 Total: 7 MLB Betting Game Trends …
MLB Picks Preview Baltimore Orioles vs. New York Yankees Starting Pitchers: Hammel (Orioles) vs. Sabathia (Yankees) Date/Time: October 12th, 5:00 P.M. EST Television: TBS MLB Odds from VietBet Moneyline: Orioles +185 Yankees -195 Total: 7.5 MLB Betting Game Trends …
The 2012 ALDS series between the Oakland Athletics and the Detroit Tigers will wrap up on Thursday night at the O.co Coliseum with Game 5.
The home team has won all four of the games in this series, but Justin Verlander is going to be the favorite to make that trend stop to end this series. Though the truth of the matter is that Oakland had the home field advantage in this series, it would have felt like an epic collapse after going up 2-0 against the A’s.
The road team has won all four games of the NLDS, and on Thursday afternoon, either the Cincinnati Reds or the San Francisco Giants are going to be punching their ticket to the NLCS.
The Giants have to be considered tremendously lucky to still be in this series, and the argument could be made that they should be the favorites to survive into the NLCS. The man on the mound is going to be Matt Cain in this one, and he is going to hope to continue the great pitching fortunate that San Francisco has had over the course of the last two games in this series.
Game 3 of the ALDS takes place for MLB betting fans in the Bronx, as the New York Yankees and the Baltimore Orioles both hope to push the other to the brink of elimination on Wednesday night.
Baltimore couldn’t be all that happy about just getting a split back at Camden Yards, but at least it has a chance to still win this series, knowing that it can win two out of three here at Yankee Stadium.
Someone will be taking a 2-1 series lead into the fourth game of the NLDS on Wednesday afternoon, and the two teams that will be duking it out in Game 3 for MLB betting fans will be the Washington Nationals and the St. Louis Cardinals.
The Cards can’t really feel good about their prospects of taking two out of three here in DC, but at least they struck most recently when they put up a whopping 12 run in a romp of the Nationals two nights ago.
Home field advantage has held up thus far in the first two MLB betting battles of the ALDS, and tonight, the Oakland Athletics have to hope that that continues when they take on the Detroit Tigers, or their season will come to a crashing halt.
The Tigers knew what they had to do in the first two games of this series, and they did just that.