Boston Red Sox versus Texas Rangers Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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The Boston Red Sox will make the trip to the Lone Star State as they battle the Texas Rangers on ESPN Monday Night Baseball. The Red Sox and Rangers get started from Texas at 8PM Eastern Time and ESPN will televise to a national audience.

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The current betting odds listed at Oddsmaker have the Texas Rangers favored by -123 odds with the take back on the road team Boston Red Sox at +113 odds. The run total in this AL game is lined at 10 ½ runs. Those wagering on the Texas Rangers on the run line and laying the -1 ½ runs will get back +145 odds. Bettors taking the +1 ½ runs head start with the Boston Red Sox will lay -165 odds for their wager on the run line. First five inning line players on the side of the Texas Rangers will find odds of -125 odds with the take back on the Boston Red Sox at +105 odds. The run over under after a full five innings of play is now lined at 5 ½ runs.

The pitching matchup on tap for game one of this series will feature left hander Felix Doubront on the hill for the Rangers as he will oppose Scott Feldman from the Rangers. The Red Sox are looking to stem the tide as the club is coming off dropping three straight to the Toronto Blue Jays over the weekend as their pitching staff was torched for 28 runs over their past three games. Boston was defeated Sunday 15-7 at home to Toronto. Prior to their series against Toronto the Red Sox were celebrating a walk off ninth inning three run home run by Cody Ross against the White Sox on Thursday. The Red Sox celebration seemed over the top and a little excessive for a regular season game at the time. It was just one game in a 162 game schedule. Doubront is coming off a nice start against the White Sox as he allowed one earned run and four hits over six innings. Feldman has struggled all season with an ERA approaching six runs.

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