Boston Red Sox versus New York Yankees Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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ESPN Sunday Night Baseball will feature game four of the four game AL East series between the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees on April 13th. The Red Sox and Yankees will get things started from Yankees Stadium at 8PM Eastern Time and ESPN will carry the broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, have the road team New York Yankees favored by -107 odds with the return on the home underdog New York Yankees at -103 odds. The run total is lined at nine runs. Those wagering the New York Yankees on the run line and laying the -1 ½ runs will get back +170 odds. Bettors who chose the +1 ½ run head start with the Red Sox will have to lay -200 odds for their money line bet.

The pitching matchups for Sunday night baseball will feature left hander Felix Doubront on the hill for the Red Sox as he will oppose right hander Ivan Nova for the Yankees. Both starters have some rather crooked numbers to start the season. Doubront enters play at 1-1 on the year with an ERA of 9.00 and WHIP of 2.00. Nova is 1-1 with an ERA of 8.68 and WHIP of 2.25. The Yankees have won two of the three games thus far in the series. The Yankees bats came alive on Saturday as they were able to hit Red Sox starter John Lackey. New York was able to tag Lackey for six earned runs and ten hits with four homers in a 5 2/3rd inning outing. The home run hitters for the Bronx Bombers were Carlos Beltran, Alfonso Soriano, Kelly Johnson and Brian McCann went deep twice as the newly acquired catcher took a liking to that short porch in right field with a two homer game. Boston has fallen to 5-7 in this young season. The team has struggled out of the gate producing runs. The Red Sox average just 3.67 runs per game ranking 23rd in Major League Baseball. Boston has lost six of their past nine games.

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