Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Thursday

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The ALDS will begin from the Major League Baseball playoffs on Thursday October 6th as there will be two games scheduled over national television to the satisfaction of MLB bettors worldwide. These are best of five series.

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It gets underway at 4:30PM Eastern Time on TBS TV in Game 1 of the ALDS series as the Texas Rangers will host the Toronto Blue Jays. The Rangers will start Cole Hamels a left hander. Toronto has won four of the seven meetings between these teams this season. Toronto was the winner of the AL Wildcard game as they get a dramatic walk off three run home run by Edwin Encarnacion in the bottom of the 11th inning. Marcus Stroman pitched six innings then the Blue Jays had to use four relievers and a starter. Texas left hander Cole Hamels is 15-6 with an ERA of 3.32 in his 32 starts on the campaign. He appeared on September 28th at home to Milwaukee where he allowed three earned runs and eight hits over seven innings as he received a no decision in an 8-5 victory.

At 8PM Eastern Time on TBS its Game 1 of the ALDS as the Cleveland Indians are home to the Boston Red Sox. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team Boston Red Sox favored by -140 odds with the return on the underdog Cleveland Indians at +130 odds. The run total is lined at 8 ½ runs. Starting for the Red Sox will be right hander Rick Porcello as he opposes Indians righty Trevor Bauer. Boston has won four of the six meetings with Cleveland on the year. The Indians have home field advantage in this best of five series by finishing with a better record by two games over the Red Sox. Rick Porcello is coming off a great regular season with a record of 22-4 in his 32 starts with ERA of 3.15. He threw against Toronto at home on September 30th where the allowed three earned runs and eight hits in six innings of work as he received a no decision in a 5-3 home victory. Bauer in 28 starts has a record of 12-8 with ERA of 4.26.

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