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MLB Odds - Rangers at Giants

MLB odds excitement is as high as ever for the Giants as they are again among the favorites to win the World Series with the MLB betting odds for 2011.
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MLB odds are also favoring the Texas Rangers to make a strong run at the 2011 World Series as they impressed everyone last year with their performance with the MLB betting odds.

The San Francisco Giants will host the Texas Rangers with a starting time Monday night of 9:05 PM ET.  This is rematch of the two teams from last year’s World Series and Sports Gambling will have side and total odds on this inter-league exhibition game so be sure and have your account open and ready for action today.

San Francisco got off to a great start in the exhibition schedule as they had a MLB betting record of 7-3.  Buster Posey has been ripping the ball for the Giants so far in exhibition action as he had a .667 batting average with a slugging percentage of 1.333 with 2 home runs and 2 doubles and 5 runs batted in.

Also powering up with at least 2 home runs in exhibition play for the Giants were Cody Ross, Brandon Belt, Pablo Sandoval, and Mike Fontenot.  The Giants offense was long ridiculed until their World Series win last year when it came up clutch.

Matt Cain was in mid-season form off the mound as the Giants are looking to again have one of the top pitching rotations in all of baseball.

Texas was also off to a good start in spring training as they won 5 out of their first 8 MLB baseball betting matchups.  Ian Kinsler was absolutely ripping the ball to begin exhibition play as he was hitting .545 with a slugging percentage of 1.727 and an on base percentage of .643 with 4 home runs and 7 runs batted in.

Mitch Mooreland also had a hot bat for Texas as he was hitting .500 with a 1.077 slugging percentage with 2 home runs and 6 runs batted in.  The Rangers pitching staff was also in good form to start exhibition play.

The Giants opened as +850 favorites with the MLB odds at Sports-Gambling to win the 2011 World Series while the Rangers were a +750 selection on the futures board to win the Fall Classic.