MLB World Series Betting Roundup – Oct. 22

MLB World Series Betting Roundup - Oct. 22
MLB World Series Betting Roundup – Oct. 22, The all-Wild Card World Series between the San Francisco Giants and the upstart Kansas City Royals got underway this past Tuesday night and the Giants pounded-out an emphatic 7-1 victory as slight 106 road favorites to grab the early 1-0 edge. The total in that contest went OVER the 6.5 closing line.

Game 2 is scheduled for an 8:07 p.m. (ET) start at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City this Wednesday night and 5Dimes has opened the Royals as -110 favorites on its MLB Sportsbook betting odds to even the series at a game apiece. This best-of-seven affair will then shift to AT&T Park in San Francisco on Friday for Game 3. The total for Wednesday night’s Game 2 has been set at 7. Bet On World Series With Best USA Sportsbook.

San Francisco went with ace Madison Bumgarner as their starter in Game 1 and the 7/1 favorite to win this season’s World Series MVP award came through with seven solid innings of work. The Giants will turn to Jake Peavy as their starter on Wednesday night and Tim Hudson is expected to get the start this Friday in Game 3.

The Royals’ perfect 8-0 run through these MLB Playoffs came to a sudden end when their Game 1 starter James Shields was rocked for five earned runs and seven hits in just three innings on the mound. Kansas City will now go with Yordano Ventura in Game 2 to try and earn that all-important split at home. Jeremy Guthrie has been penciled-in as the Royals’ starter for Friday night.

Before this series got underway, the TopBET MLB betting futures were pretty much dead-even for either team. The odds that San Francisco swept the series in four games were 10/1 and the Royals were listed at 8/1 betting odds to win in four. Both team’s odds to win the series in five games were set at 6/1 and the betting odds for either team winning the World Series in six or seven games were set at 9/2.

The MLB baseball betting odds for the length of this year’s World Series regardless of which team eventually went on to win were set at +500 for four games, +260 for a five-game win, +170 that the series lasted six games and +180 that it ended-up going the full seven games.

The overall series price at 5Dimes was set at -110 for both the Giants and the Royals to win this season’s Fall Classic.In case you missed the latest news, check out the Best U.S Online Sportsbooks For 2014 World Series Betting, Best USA Sportsbook For The 2014 MLB Playoffs, MLB Weekly Betting Roundup – Oct. 8, and the MLB Weekly Sportsbook Betting Roundup – Oct. 15.  Top

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