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MLB Odds Betting: Boston Hosts Blue Jays for Four-Game Series

Game 3 of Toronto’s four-game series versus the Boston Red Sox is set for Wednesday at 7:10 PM ET, and at press, Steven Matz is expected to take the mound opposite of Boston’s Tanner Houck. This is the second series in two weeks between these two AL East rivals, and up to this point, it’s […]

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MLB Odds: Jays-Red Sox at Sahlen Field

The Toronto Blue Jays had a rude awakening on Monday when their four-game win streak came to a screeching halt at the hands of the Boston Red Sox. The Red Sox blasted three homeruns and scored eight runs in the first inning alone. Ultimately, the game ended in a 13-4 victory for Boston, who were […]

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MLB Odds: Cards Host Cubs in NL Central Showdown

The I-55 Rivalry resumes this week when the St. Louis Cardinals host the Chicago Cubs for a four-game set at Busch Stadium. Game 3 of this series will be shown Wednesday night at 8:15 PM ET on ESPN. The early projections have Adam Wainwright taking the mound for St. Louis opposite Kyle Hendricks. Bet on […]

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MLB Odds: Game 1 of 3-Game Set Between Toronto-Texas Starts Friday

On Friday, the AL West and AL East will meet when the Toronto Blue Jays host the Texas Rangers for the first game of a three-game set. This will be the second time this season that they meet. The Rangers won two of three games in April and will look to bounce back from a […]

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NHL Odds: Game 2 in Montreal-Vegas Series Set for Wednesday at T-Mobile Arena

NHL Odds: Vegas Leads Montreal Series 1-0; Game 2 Set for Wednesday Game 1 of the Montreal-Vegas Round 3 series took place Monday night at T-Mobile Arena, and it was the hosts who drew first blood. Up 1-0 in the series, Vegas will play host once again in Game 2 set for Wednesday at 9 […]

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NHL Odds: Montreal Canadiens Progress to Round 3 of Stanley Cup Playoffs

Despite qualifying for the playoffs as the lowest-ranked team, the Montreal Canadiens will make their first appearance in the third round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs since 2014. Entering their Round 1 Series vs. the Toronto Maple Leafs, Montreal had the longest Stanley Cup odds in the North, and few gave them a chance to […]

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