New York Mets versus Kansas City Royals Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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The World Series begins on Tuesday October 27th as the Kansas City Royals will meet the New York Mets. Game 1 will begin from Kansas City at 8PM Eastern Time and FOX 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 road side New York Mets the -110 betting odds favorite with the home underdog Kansas City Royals returning +100 odds. The run total is lined at seven runs. Those who chose to lay the -1 ½ runs with the New York Mets will get back +145 odds for their run line wager. Bettors choosing the +1 ½ run head start with the Kansas City Royals will lay -165 odds for their run line wager.

The New York Mets are plenty rested for the World Series after their four game sweep of the Chicago Cubs. Game four was played on Wednesday so the team will have five days of rest for the World Series. The Mets starting pitching that was very good during the regular season came up huge in the postseason with series wins against the Cubs and Dodgers. New York came up with the clutch hits in their series against the Dodgers as they faced Kershaw and Greinke twice each and was able to advance in a five game series.

The Kansas City Royals bats have been hot in their playoff series wins against the Houston Astros and Toronto Blue Jays. The team has a solid bullpen so there is no pressure on the starters to go deep in their games as the pen has innings six through nine pretty much covered. The starting pitching for Game 1 will feature right hander Matt Harvey going for New York as he will oppose KC right hander Edinson Volquez. Harvey has been sharp in the playoffs and Volquez has not. Edinson Volquez has been hampered by control problems throughout his career and has had issues walking people in the playoffs. He has given up four walks in each of his three starts in the postseason.

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