Odds To Win The 2013 MLB World Series, Plus Odds To Win The NLCS + ALCS Matchups

Boston is only a -125 favorite to win the ALCS, however this is a better odd than banking on Jon Lester to win Game #1 at -158.  If Boston wins tonight's game, they will have an obvious decisive advantage.  Play the better odd here and pick them to win the ALCS>.  You will profit .80 Cents on every dollar wagered.

Boston is only a -125 favorite to win the ALCS, however this is a better odd than banking on Jon Lester to win Game #1 at -158. If Boston wins tonight’s game, they will have an obvious decisive advantage. Play the better odd here and pick them to win the ALCS>. You will profit .80 Cents on every dollar wagered.  If you are a fan of Anibal Sanchez, picking them at +142 is a good value for a guy that won the AL ERA championship this season.  While he was lit up by Oakland in the ALDS this year, Sanchez featured a 1.77 ERA – in 3 Game Starts in 2012. 

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

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Odds To Win the World Series:

Boston Red Sox +220

St. Louis Cardinals +250

Detroit Tigers +270

LA Dodgers +325

 

The Dodgers went from a -125 Favorite last night to a +135 Underdog in the NLCS - after losing a 13th inning contest last night.  I fully expect the Cardinals not to make this easy, as they routinely fall behind in most of their playoff series, before coming back to win them.  Clayton Kershaw pitches tonight vs Michael Wacha of the Cards.  The LHP is 1 - 0, with a 0.69 ERA in 2 playoff games thus far.  Kershaw also led the NL with a 1.83 ERA and a WHIP Of 0.915 for the regular season.  Betting the Dodgers for the game tonight, and for the rest of the series has now become a great odd to wager on

The Dodgers went from a -125 Favorite last night to a +135 Underdog in the NLCS – after losing a 13th inning contest last night. I fully expect the Cardinals not to make this easy, as they routinely fall behind in most of their playoff series, before coming back to win them. Clayton Kershaw pitches tonight vs Michael Wacha of the Cards. The LHP is 1 – 0, with a 0.69 ERA in 2 playoff games thus far. Kershaw also led the NL with a 1.83 ERA and a WHIP Of 0.915 for the regular season. Betting the Dodgers for the game tonight, and for the rest of the series has now become a great odd to wager on

It is amazing to me how the Cardinals always seem to win in the playoffs, when all conventional wisdom says they should lose.

Carlos Beltran continued his mastery in the Post Season, with knocking in all 3 RBI, and gunning down Mark Ellis at home plate to preserve the 2 – 2 tie in the 10th Inning.

With that win, the Dodgers went from Series favorite, to Series underdog.  Without hosting a home game yet in this Series, and throwing Clayton Kershaw tonight, this is the play of the day.

Pick the Los Angeles Dodgers to come back from a 1 – 0 deficit – with a +135 ODD.

I also like the LA club at +325 now as the heaviest underdog for the Fall Classic Victory.  If Kershaw wins tonight, all of these odds will be flipped.  In fact, if the Dodgers were to win, and the Red Sox were to somehow lose, they maybe the favorites to win the World Series (oddswise) tomorrow.

The betting pundits have made a late charge on picking the Detroit Tigers for the ALCS, as they went from a +115 underdog yesterday, to just +105 today.

If you are picking Boston, I would bet this today, as with one win tonight, the Red Sox will become heavy favorites.

Odds To Win the NLCS Game #2 Saturday Oct.12/2013

Los Angeles Dodgers -139 (Clayton Kershaw) @ St. Louis Cardinals +129 (Michael Wacha)

Odds To Win the ALCS Game #1 Saturday Oct.12/2013

Detroit Tigers +143 @ Boston Red Sox -158 (Jon Lester)

Odds To Win the NLCS

Los Angeles Dodgers +135  vs St. Louis Cardinals -155

Odds To Win the ALCS

Boston Red Sox -125 vs Detroit Tigers +105

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

Its all about winning the World Series.  Betting has become a big deal in the Post Season.  Heading into Saturdays action, the Red Sox are still the slight favorites, with The Cardinals and Tigers both just behind.  Due to a Game 1 NLCS loss, the Dodgers have fallen to the biggest longshot to win it all.

Its all about winning the World Series. Betting has become a big deal in the Post Season. Heading into Saturdays action, the Red Sox are still the slight favorites, with The Cardinals and Tigers both just behind. Due to a Game 1 NLCS loss, the Dodgers have fallen to the biggest longshot to win it all.

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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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