LA Dodgers vs. Boston Red Sox World Series Game 1 MLB Betting Odds Preview

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The 2018 World Series is set, and it will be the LA Dodgers facing the Boston Red Sox starting with Game 1 on Tuesday October 23rd. The Dodgers and Red Sox will get things started from Boston at 8:09PM Eastern Time and FOX TV has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Boston Red Sox favored by -140 odds with the return on the road underdog LA Dodgers at +130 odds. Run total came in at 7 ½ runs. Starting for Boston will be lefty Chris Sale as he will oppose LA lefty Clayton Kershaw. The series odds have Boston favored by -155 odds with LA bringing back +125 odds.

LA Dodgers were carried to a 7 game series with the Milwaukee Brewers in the NLCS. Milwaukee tinkered with their pitching staff as they pulled starters early in many games utilizing their bullpen for much of the innings in each game of the NLCS. Dodgers after falling behind 2-1 in the series won three of four to play in their second consecutive World Series. In their final three wins in their series with the Brewers the LA Dodgers pitching staff was excellent allowing two runs or fewer. Clayton Kershaw returns to the hill after tossing a scoreless ninth inning of relief in the closer role. His best work of late came at home. In his past two road starts Kershaw has allowed nine runs over eight innings of work at Milwaukee and San Francisco.

Boston took out Houston in the ALCS in five games. Boston dropped the opener then won four straight with three wins on the road at Houston. Red Sox bats were hot in Boston scoring 7 or greater runs in three of their four wins. Chris Sale has not gone deep in games pitching only once five innings or greater in five of their past six meetings. Sale faced Houston at home in Game 1 of the ALCS giving up two runs with four walks over four innings.

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