Detroit Tigers versus San Francisco Giants World Series Game 2 Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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The Detroit Tigers will look to bounce back as they face the San Francisco Giants in game two of their best of seven Major League Baseball World Series on Thursday night. First pitch from San Francisco is scheduled for 8PM Eastern Time and FOX will provide the live national television broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker has the road team Detroit Tigers favored by -119 odds with an over under lined at 7 runs. The take back on the home underdog San Francisco Giants is set at +109 odds. Those wagering on the run line with the Detroit Tigers and lays the -1 ½ runs will get back +145 odds. Bettors choose to take the +1 ½ runs head start with the San Francisco Giants will lay -165 odds for their run line wager.

After their game one win the adjusted series prices has the San Francisco Giants the -125 favorites to win the World Series with the return on the Detroit Tigers at +105 odds. San Francisco drew first blood in game one on Wednesday with the 8-3 home win against the Detroit Tigers to lead 1-0 in this series. The Giants got to Tiger ace Justin Verlander for five earned runs and six hits over four innings. Barry Zito gave San Francisco 5 2/3rd innings as he allows one earned run and six hits. The game two starters will feature right hander Doug Fister for the Tigers as he will oppose Madison Bumgarner a lefty for San Francisco. Fister has two starts in the post season and earned no decisions in each game. In Fister’s two post season starts the hurler has allowed a total of two earned runs and 12 hits over 13 1/3rd innings of work. Madison Bumgarner is on the hill for the third time in the post season. He has been hit hard and is 0-2 in those outings. In the ALDS on October 7th Bumgarner allowed four earned runs and seven hits in 4 1/3rd innings to Cincinnati. On October 14th against the St Louis Cardinals in the NLCS the Giants starter allowed six earned runs and eight hits in 3 2/3rd innings.

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