October 12 2013 MLB Playoff Betting Recap

Los Angles Dodgers Vs. St Louis Cardinals – National League Division Championship Game 2 Recap

The Cardinals defeated The Dodgers in game two for their second win in a row against The Dodgers. This was a very low scoring game which ended in 1-0 sending the game under the total which was listed my most of the best baseball betting sites for US Players at 6.5.
October 12 2013 MLB Playoff Betting Recap
The Cardinals came out of the shoot with most USA Sportsbooks as the +124 underdog, congratulations to the sports fans who bet on the Cardinals and that bet on the under. Michael Wacha played a little over six innings and did not give up any runs on five hits; he struck out eight of the Dodgers players. Jon Jay contributed one RBI in their victory.

Clayton Kershaw played six innings for The Dodgers in their second loss in the National League Division Championship series. He did not give up any runs; he walked one of the Cardinals players, and two hits. Carl Crawford got one hit for The Dodgers. The Dodgers outhit The Cardinals 5-2.

American League Division Championship Game 1 Recap

Anibal Sanchez played outstanding last night with twelve strikeouts as The Tigers defeated The Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park. The sports fans that bet on The Tigers, as the +130 underdogs were victorious and the Total Bettors saw the game go under the 8.5 total, which was listed with most of the best MLB betting sites. Congratulations to the sports fans that bet the under and wagered on the Tigers last night.

Anibal Sanchez played six innings for The Tigers in this low scoring game, he struck out a total of twelve people, and he walked six, and did not allow any hits or runs. Jhonny Peralta contributed to the victory with one RBI. Jon Lester played over six innings for The Boston Red Sox. Lester gave up one run, one walk, and six hits. Daniel Nava had one hit. The Tigers outhit The Dodgers 9-1 in game one of the American League Division Championship.

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