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Little known fact: Over 29% of all MLB games are decided by a single run! All too often, when we see a team’s moneyline record, it doesn’t necessarily correspond with its record on the run-line, and the differences have the tendency of being quite drastic. Join us today, as we dissect how some of the best teams have done in baseball on the run-line thus far in the 2013 MLB betting campaign.
The Atlanta Braves came into this series with the best record in baseball, but Detroit has outscored them 17-4 in the first two games of this series. Detroit is tough to beat at home, and the Tigers are one of the favorites to get to the World Series again this year. This is the headline series of the weekend. ESPN will have national coverage of this one on Sunday Night Baseball.
The Los Angeles Angels have badly underachieved at the outset of this season, but they are going to get a chance to start to get back on the right track on Saturday afternoon when they try to beat the MLB odds against the Detroit Tigers at Angels Stadium of Anaheim.
Game 3 of World Series betting action continues on Saturday night at Comerica Park, as the Detroit Tigers take on the San Francisco Giants.
It’s amazing to think that the G-Men have been underdogs in both of the first two games of this series. They’re now bona fide favorites, but they are playing in a position that they haven’t been in these playoffs:
The San Francisco Giants are just three wins away from claiming their second World Series in the last three years. They hope to cut that number down to just two when they take on the Detroit Tigers in MLB betting action.
Detroit has to be shell shocked at the moment. The team could have never imagined Justin Verlander lasting just four innings in Game 1 of the World Series, and it could have never thought that allowing eight runs in the game was even remotely possible.
2012 World Series betting action begins on Wednesday night at AT&T Park, where the San Francisco Giants will look to continue their magical run against the red hot Detroit Tigers.
The Tigers haven’t played a game since last Thursday when they busted out the brooms against the New York Yankees, and the hope is there that rust doesn’t become an issue for the club.
The New York Yankees are down to their last loss of the season, and they’ll fight for everything that they can scratch together on Wednesday night when they try to stave off elimination against the Detroit Tigers.
The Yankees sure as heck aren’t hitting, as they have scored just one run in their last two games. The bullpen has to be exhausted after throwing another five frames on Wednesday.
The Detroit Tigers could be on the verge of the World Series if they can take this MLB betting battle on Tuesday night against the New York Yankees.
The Yankees know that they are in a heck of a lot of trouble. They don’t have Derek Jeter any longer, Alex Rodriguez is under a tremendous amount of criticism, Curtis Granderson can’t hit the backside of a barn, and Robinson Cano has broken the record for the most consecutive at bats without a hit in a single postseason.
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.
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,