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Baseball Gambling - World Series Game 1

Baseball gambling on the World Series begins Wednesday with a game 1 matchup on the baseball gambling odds board as the Yankees host the Phillies.

Baseball gambling fans will see if the Phillies can repeat as World Series champions while the Yankees look to have a solid shot to beat the baseball gambling odds as AL champs. The scheduled probable starters for this baseball gambling matchup are left hander Cliff Lee of Philadelphia and left hander CC Sabathia of the Yankees.

Lee had a record of 9-4 with the baseball gambling odds this year and a 2.77 earned run average.  Lee has been stellar so far in the baseball gambling post season with a mark of 2-0 and a sparkling 0.74 earned run average.  Lee has struck out 20 batters in 24.1 innings of work so far in post season action with the baseball gambling odds.

Sabathia is the Yankees baseball gambling ace and had a record this year of 22-8 with a 3.17 earned run average.  Sabathia has been a phenomenal baseball gambling asset so far in post season with a mark of 3-0 and a 1.19 earned run average.  He has struck out 20 batters in 22.2 innings of work so far in the baseball gambling playoffs.

Ryan Howard has had the hot hand for the Phillies so far this baseball gambling post season with a .355 average, 8 runs scored and 14 runs batted in.  Howard has 7 walks, 4 doubles and 2 home runs.  Jayson Werth has supplied the power for Philadelphia in the baseball gambling post season with 5 home runs and 10 runs batted in.

He has scored 10 runs, driven in 10 more, and has a .281 average.  Alex Rodriguez has been the main baseball gambling asset for the Yankees as he is hitting .438 in post season with 5 home runs and 12 runs batted in. A-Rod has 10 runs scored and 9 walks.  Mariano Rivera has 3 saves for the Yankees and a stellar 0.84 earned run average.

Brad Lidge has been a baseball gambling surprise out of the bullpen for the Phillies as he has 3 saves and 0 earned runs permitted.  The Phillies beat the Yankees 2 out of 3 games this year.