Major League Baseball Sports Betting Odds Match Up Previews for Saturday

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The Major League Baseball playoffs continue on Saturday October 17th with two outstanding games scheduled over national television to the satisfaction to MLB bettors worldwide.

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The action gets underway at 3:30PM Eastern Time on FOX TV as the Kansas City Royals will host in Game 2 the Toronto Blue Jays. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road side Toronto Blue Jays the -155 wagering favorite with the return on the home underdog Kansas City Royals at +140 odds. The run total came in at 7 ½ runs. The KC Royals are up 1-0 in this series after they post the 5-0 home victory in Game 1 on Friday night. It was a great pitching performance by Royals right hander Edinson Volquez he pitched six innings and allows no runs to the Blue Jays. The KC bullpen finished the job by giving up no earned runs in the final three innings. The Game 2 pitching matchup features left hander David Price going for the Blue Jays as he opposes Royals right hander Yordano Ventura.

It will be Game 1 of the NLCS series as the New York Mets will host the Chicago Cubs. The current odds have the home side New York Mets the -117 betting odds favorite with the return on the road underdog Chicago Cubs at +107 odds. The run total is lined at 6 ½ runs. The Mets survived a close 3-2 Game 5 victory at Dodger Stadium to punch their ticket into the NLCS. The team had to fly cross-country with one day rest for Game 1 at home in New York. The Cubs finished off the Cardinals in four games as their series concluded on Tuesday giving Chicago three days of rest between series. It will be Cubs left hander Jon Lester going to the mound to start in Game 1 as he will oppose New York Mets right hander Matt Harvey.

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