Odds To Win The 2013 MLB World Series + ALDS/NLDS Series + The ALCS/NLCS + Odds for 4 Games Fri Oct 4th/2013

Bartolo Colon is anchoring the rotation for the Athletics this season. He is not the strikeout pitcher he was in the past, but is still effective against the opposition. Colon has displayed great control this season.  He starts tonight as the Game #1 Starter versus Max Scherzer.

Bartolo Colon is anchoring the rotation for the Athletics this season. He is not the strikeout pitcher he was in the past, but is still effective against the opposition. Colon has displayed great control this season. He starts tonight as the Game #1 Starter versus Max Scherzer.  The Athletics and Rays are still the highest odds on the board at +800.  I have already wagered on the Rays to win earlier in the season, and now have put $25 on the Athletics to take home the ultimate prize.

By Chuck Booth (Lead Baseball Analyst/Website Owner):

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Odds To Win the World Series:

LA Dodgers +300

Boston Red Sox +375

St. Louis Cardinals +450

Detroit Tigers +475

Oakland Athletics +800

Tampa Bay Rays +800

Atlanta Braves +1300

Pittsburgh Pirates +1700

ODDS Courtesy of http://www.bet365.com

Ryu and Nolasco on facing the Braves in the NLDS

Matt Moore is 9 - 1 in his last 13 Games pitched in, and he went 17 - 4 for the year overall.  The Rays should have an early advantage - through playing fresh.  Their +425 ODD to win the ALCS is the best value on the board of LCS Winners, in terms of actually happening.

Matt Moore is 9 – 1 in his last 13 Games pitched in, and he went 17 – 4 for the year overall. The Rays should have an early advantage – through playing fresh. Their +425 ODD to win the ALCS is the best value on the board of LCS Winners, in terms of actually happening.

Odds To Win the AL/NL Pennants:

LA Dodgers +125

St. Louis Cardinals +150

Boston Red Sox +180

Detroit Tigers +150

Oakland Athletics +400

Tampa Bay Rays +425

Atlanta Braves +650

Pittsburgh Pirates +800

ODDS Courtesy of http://www.bet365.com

Odds To Win their Series in the LDS Round:

Boston Red Sox -125  vs Tampa Bay Rays +105

LA Dodgers -320 vs Atlanta Braves +260

Detroit Tigers -150 vs Oakland Athletics +130

St. Louis Cardinals -300 Pittsburgh Pirates +240

ODDS Courtesy of http://www.bet365.com

Game Money Lines Friday

PIttsburgh +120 ( Cole)  @ St. Louis -130 (Lynn)  1:05 PM EST

Tampa Bay +131 (Moore) @ Boston (Lester) -141 3:05 PM EST

LA Dodgers – 109 (Greinke) @ Atlanta -101 (Minor) 6:05 PM EST

Detroit – 123 (Scherzer) @ Oakland  +113 (Colon) 8:35 PM EST

MLB Reports Pick #1:  Pick Oakland and Tampa Bay on the Money Line, 2 out of 2 wins you some decent cash.  1 out of 2 wins you some.  This is a good pick.

MLB Reports Pick #2:  Take the LA Dodgers at -109.  Greinke is a far better pitcher. 

ODDS Courtesy of http://www.bet365.com

Zack Greinke led the NL in Win Pctg this season, with a mark of 15 - 4 (.789).  Had Carlos Quentin not charged him, he may have had a shot at 20 wins.  The Dodgers were the best road team in the MLB with a 45 - 36 record.  Having the Los Angeles as just a slight favorite has to be derived from Atlanta's MLB Best 56 - 25 Home Record during the regular season.  Minor Pitches for the Tomahawk Choppers.

Zack Greinke led the NL in Win Pctg this season, with a mark of 15 – 4 (.789). Had Carlos Quentin not charged him, he may have had a shot at 20 wins. The Dodgers were the best road team in the MLB with a 45 – 36 record. Having the Los Angeles as just a slight favorite has to be derived from Atlanta’s MLB Best 56 – 25 Home Record during the regular season. Minor Pitches for the Tomahawk Choppers.

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I played competitive baseball until 18 years old and had offers to play NCAA Division 1 University Baseball at Liberty University. Post-concussion symptoms from previous football and baseball head injuries forced me to retire by age 19. After two nearly made World Record Attempts in 2008, I set a New World Record by visiting all 30 MLB Parks (from 1st to last pitch) in only 24 Calendar Days in the summer 0f 2009. In April of 2012, I established yet another new GWR by visiting all 30 Parks in only 23 Calendar Days! You can see the full schedule at the page of the www.mlbreports.com/gwr-tracker

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