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MLB Odds: Astros Visit Red Sox for ALCS Game 1

They’re the best two teams in baseball, but only one of them will make it into the 2018 World Series. The Boston Red Sox (108-54, plus-31.11 betting units) host the defending champion Houston Astros (103-59, minus-1.81 units) this Saturday in Game 1 of the American League Championship Series; first pitch is at 8:09 PM ET […]

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MLB Odds: Boston Welcomes Houston in ALCS

Both the Boston Red Sox and Houston Astros made quick work of their opponents in the ALDS and punched their respective tickets to the American League Championship Series. Boston and Houston finished first and second in the MLB standings during the regular season, and now they’ll duke it out for an opportunity to represent the […]

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MLB Odds: Yankees Host Red Sox for ALDS Game 4

Major League Baseball is almost down to the Final Four. The only Division Series left is the classic rivalry between the Boston Red Sox (108-54, plus-31.11 betting units) and the New York Yankees (100-62, minus-9.50 units); Game 4 is Tuesday night at Yankee Stadium, beginning at 8:07 PM ET on TBS. Bet on baseball at […]

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MLB Odds: Rockies Host Phillies in Must-Win Matchup

The Colorado Rockies (86-70, plus-16.44 betting units) can still make the postseason, either by winning the National League West or by earning a Wild Card berth. But with just a few games left to go in the regular season, the Rockies can ill afford a loss this Thursday when they welcome the Philadelphia Phillies (78-78, […]

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MLB Odds: Astros-Jays in 2018 Home Finale

The Toronto Blue Jays (71-85, minus-8.27 betting units) will play their last home game of the season this Wednesday when they face the Houston Astros (98-57, minus-3.54 units) in the finale of a three-game series. Sportsnet and the MLB Network have the first pitch at 7:07 PM ET. Bet on baseball at Bodog and get […]

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MLB Odds: NL Central Foes Dual on Tuesday

The Milwaukee Brewers and St. Louis Cardinals will meet this Tuesday at Busch Stadium for the first of three important games. Only six games remain in the regular season, and both teams find themselves in a dual with the Colorado Rockies for NL Wildcard positions. Just two games separate the Brewers and Cards, and the […]

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