Boston Red Sox vs. St Louis Cardinals – 2013 World Series Game 6

Game 6 of the World Series begins tonight 8:07 PM ET. The Red Sox are currently in the lead 3-2 and have a shot to win the World Series. Boston will host tonight’s MLB Betting action at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts.

MLB World Series Betting Odds

Boston Red Sox vs. St Louis Cardinals – 2013 World Series Game 6
The baseball lines opened up with The Boston Red Sox as the -115 favorites in tonight’s matchup. The Over/Under Bettors are seeing the total listed at seven by the best MLB Betting sites for USA Players such as BetAnySports.

2013 World Series Game 5 Recap

The Red Sox were victorious in their last meeting. Dustin Pedroia played stellar baseball. The first inning started off with Dustin Pedroia getting a hit, then David Ortiz getting another hit, allowing Dustin Pedroia to score a run in the first. Wainwright did his best for the Cardinals but it was not good enough.

Matt Holiday from The St Louis Cardinals hits a home run in the fourth inning tying game 5 of the 2013 World Series 1-1. Both teams played stellar defense until the seventh inning came around. David Ross and Jacoby Ellsbury came through for The Red Sox scoring a run each, taking the lead 3-1. David Ross gets a hit and scores a run in the seventh taking the lead for the Boston Red Sox. Jacoby Ellsbury has not made any big contributions up to this point but get a nice hit in the seventh inning that allows Ross to score a run. The Boston Red Sox take the lead 3-1. The baseball fans that thought it was best to bet on The Red Sox as the +121 favorites were rewarded nicely. The Total Bettors that bet the under collected their dividends as the total was listed at 6.5 with the top-rated MLB Betting sites for USA Players.

Game Overview

John Lackey can help the Red Sox win the 2013 World Series tonight at Fenway Park but they will have to get passed Michael Wacha and the rest of The St. Louis Cardinals. Michael Wacha is 4-0 with an impeccable 1.00 ERA over twenty-seven innings during the post season. In game two Wacha held The Red Sox to 2 runs on 3 hits over 6 innings. Lackey played in game two, allowing 3 runs in over six innings.

The Red Sox seem to have an advantage as far as the offense is concerned, they are averaging 5.19 runs per game and 9.47 hits per game. The Cardinals are showing signs of a weaker defense; they have allowed 3.62 runs per game. Free Pick – Boston Red Sox

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