The Houston Astros sign-stealing scandal has dominated the baseball news cycle, but have their odds to win the World Series changed?
The Red Sox suffered a World Series hangover in 2019, failing to reach the postseason with an 84-78 record while finishing 19 games behind the AL East-winning Yankees. They fired GM Dave Dombrowski in September and recently hired highly-regarded Rays executive Chaim Bloom to fill the shoes of “Dealin’ Dave.”
We're confident plenty of runs will cross the plate Friday, as the Cardinals take on the Cubs and the Rays host the Red Sox.
In MLB action Wednesday, September 11, the Braves have an advantage against the Phillies in Philadelphia and the early Under is the play in the Red Sox-Blue Jays matchup.
No messing around with totals or run lines today. Our expert likes a pair of moneyline plays in the MLB, as the Braves take on the Phillies and the Red Sox host the Yankees.
Baseball’s most historic rivalry will be renewed this weekend as the New York Yankees (92-49) travel to Fenway Park to take on the Boston Red Sox (75-65). Here’s what bettors should be expecting throughout the nationally-televised series.
The Oakland Athletics and Minnesota Twins have had hot bats lately and should carry that momentum into our two spotlight MLB games for Tuesday, September 5.
It's a battle for NL East bragging rights tonight as the Phillies host the Mets at Citizens Bank Park. Meanwhile, over in the American League, The Red Sox put their two-game winning streak on the line against the floundering Angels.
The Red Sox are presently 16 games behind the New York Yankees in the AL East and are saddled with distant +5000 odds to win the 2019 World Series. That's a far cry from the +600 odds they opened with way back in March when many pundits still expected them to steamroll the competition en route to a second consecutive title.
A rejuvenated Phillies lineup, under the guidance of new hitting coach (and former manager) Charlie Manuel, should build on its hot streak at Fenway Park on Tuesday night. Meanwhile, over in St. Louis, expect Brewers hurler Gio Gonzalez to bounce back from a rough start against the Twins.