MLB gambling odds action will open with game 1 on Wednesday night from San Francisco and if the series goes the distance the final matchup with the baseball odds would be November 4.
Games one and two will be played in San Francisco on Wednesday and Thursday with starting times of 7:57 PM. Game three will be in Texas with a starting time of 6:57 PM on Saturday. Sunday’s game four will have a starting time of 8:20 PM in Texas and then game five in Texas will start at 7:57 PM on Monday.
If games six and seven are necessary they will be played in San Francisco on Wednesday, November 3 and Thursday, November 4 with starting times of 7:57 PM. All times are Eastern and all telecasts will be on FOX.
Nelson Cruz is having a phenomenal MLB gambling post season for Texas as he is hitting .375 with 5 doubles, 5 home runs, 11 runs scored and 8 runs batted in. A total of 5 Ranger regulars are hitting over .300 in the playoffs. Starter Cliff Lee has been lights out with a 3-0 record and a 0.75 earned run average.
The Giants do not match the Rangers in offensive power but got enough production to get past the Phillies strong pitching staff in the NLCS. Cody Ross has been a key MLB baseball bet asset with a .333 average with 3 doubles and 4 home runs with 6 runs and 8 runs batted in.
Brian Wilson has been aces out of the bullpen with 4 saves and a zero earned run average.
Texas has had plenty of success with the MLB gambling odds in interleague road action with a record of 10 payouts in their last 11 games. The Rangers have won 13 out of their last 16 games overall against the National League.
San Francisco has also been impressive in interleague action with a record of 9-3 in their last 12 home games against the American League. The Giants have gone under the total in 14 out of their last 20 at home.
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