Detroit Tigers versus Boston Red Sox Major League Baseball Betting Preview

Share |

The Major League Baseball playoffs will continue on Sunday October 13th with Game 2 of the best of 7 ALCS series between the Detroit Tigers and Boston Red Sox. The action will begin from Boston at 8PM Eastern Time and FOX TV will provide the coast to coast broadcast.

Bet the Detroit Tigers and Boston Red Sox Game 2 of the ALCS from Major League Baseball at Oddsmaker, sportsbook, where bettors can now Claim their Free 100% Bonus up to $1000. Sign up today and get into the excitement of watching and wagering on Major League Baseball and bet into the best odds in the business with Dime Line Wagering now available up until the final pitch of the 2013 World Series. In addition bettors can now take advantage of a Free $10 World Series Bet.

The current Game 2 odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home team Boston Red Sox favored by -128 odds with the return on the Detroit Tigers at +118 odds. The run total is lined at seven runs with over the total favored by -115 odds and the under returning -105 odds. Those playing on the Red Sox on the run line and lay the -1 ½ runs will get back +160 odds. Bettors choosing the Tigers on the run line and taking the +1 ½ run head start will have to lay -190 odds for their run line wager.

The Tigers drew first blood in this ALCS as they take game 1 by the score of 1-0 as a +126 betting odds underdog. The Tigers starter Anibal Sanchez and four relievers held the Red Sox to just one hit for the entire game. The Tigers had nine hits and drew three walks in the game. The pitching matchup for game two will feature Cy Young Award candidate Max Scherzer for the Tigers facing right hander Clay Buchholz for the Red Sox. The likely Cy Young Award winner is an underdog at a fat price today. Scherzer had two wins in the Oakland series as he allowed three earned runs in nine innings of work. Buchholz over his past two starts has allowed six earned runs and 14 hits in 13 innings pitched. He was on the mound for the Red Sox loss at Tampa Bay last Monday as he earned a no decision by failing to hold a 3-0 lead after 4 ½ innings.

Comments are closed.