Boston Red Sox at Chicago Cubs MLB Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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The Boston Red Sox and Chicago Cubs will conclude their interleague series on Sunday Night Baseball. The Red Sox and Cubs will begin from Wrigley Field in Chicago at 8PM Eastern Time and ESPN carries the live national television broadcast.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker has the road club Boston Red Sox favored by – 122 odds with the road club Chicago Cubs bringing back +122 odds. The current over under for runs is lined at 9 runs. Those wagering on the Boston Red Sox on the run line and laying the -1 ½ runs will get back +125 odds. Chicago Cubs run line supporters taking the +1 ½ runs will have to lay -145 odds for their wager.

On the mound tonight for the Red Sox will be Franklin Morales as he will oppose veteran Paul Maholm for the Cubs. Morales makes his first start since way back in the 2009 season with the Colorado Rockies. He has worked 22 games in 2012 for the Red Sox in relief and sports a record of 0-1 with an ERA of 3.04 in 23 2/3rds innings. Paul Maholm for the Cubs on the year has a record of 4-5 in 12 starts with an ERA of 4.91 and WHIP of 1.33. Over his past three starts the Cubs right hander has an ERA nearing 6 in 15 1/3rd innings pitched. Maholm had one start against the Red Sox last year and earned the win in a 3-1 victory. The Cubs hurler allowed one earned run in 5 1/3rd innings pitched. These two teams have split their two meetings on the weekend with the Cubs taking the opener 3-0 and the Red Sox responded with a 4-3 win on Saturday. Chicago has struggled on the year against lefty’s with just 3.2 runs scored per game and a team batting average of .235. The Red Sox offense has sputtered with just 3 runs average per game in their past seven contests.

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