The Red Sox Defeat The Cardinals In Game 6 & Win The 2013 World Series

It turns out that The Boston Red Sox were the best bet last night as well as throughout the 2013 World Series. Many MLB Betting experts predicted that the series would go 4-2 in The Red Sox favor however we knew The Boston Red Sox level of skill and persistence would defy the odds. Boston defeated St Louis in six games to win their third World Series title since 2004.

2013 World Series Game 6 Recap

The game changed in the third inning, Wacha seemed worries to hit Gomes with the ball which had a negative effected on his pitching. This was not the Michael Wacha we are used to seeing. Wacha ended up walking Gomes and then came up against David Ortiz who he hit with the ball and allowed a run. The Red Sox ended up getting a hit with Gomes and Ortiz on base and scoring three runs in the third inning.

In the forth inning Mike Napoli gets a hit leading Shane Victorino driving in a run taking the lead for The Red Sox 6-0. The Cardinals scored one run in the seventh but was clearly not enough for the dominant Boston Red Sox.

MLB Baseball Bettors Recap

The baseball fans that thought betting on The Boston Red Sox last night, as the -115 was the best bet are collecting their dividends today. The Red Sox did not have any problem covering the spread. The sports fans that bet the under were rewarded as the total was 7.5 based on the best MLB Betting sites for US Players such as BetAnySports.

Pitchers Recap

John Lackey played over six innings for The Red Sox. He gave up one earned run on nine hits. Lackey struck out five of The Cardinals players in The Red Sox victory. Shane Victorino contributed four RBI’s.

Michael Wacha put in over three innings worth of work for The St Louis Cardinals. Wacha gave up six earned runs on five hits. Matt Carpenter contributed three hits for the Cardinals but was not enough.

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