New York Mets versus LA Dodgers Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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It will be a dramatic Game 5 of the NLDS from the Major League Playoffs as the LA Dodgers will host the New York Mets with the winner advancing into the NLCS.

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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 LA Dodgers the -152 betting favorite with the return on the underdog New York Mets at +137 odds. The run total is lined at six. Those who play on the LA Dodgers on the run line and lays the -1 ½ runs will get back +155 odds. Bettors choosing the +1 ½ run head start with the New York Mets will have to lay -175 odds for their run line wager.

The Dodgers were on the brink of elimination as the Mets held a 2-1 lead. Clayton Kershaw took the mound in Game 4 and pitched a very good seven innings where he allowed one earned run and three hits over seven innings in a 3-1 victory. The batting hero was the former Met and LA third baseman Justin Turner who had a clutch double that drove in two runs and gave LA the 3-0 early lead. There were some anxious moments late in the game but the Dodger closer Kenley Jansen got one out in the eighth and delivered a perfect ninth inning as the series moved back to Los Angeles. The pitching matchup for Thursday in the deciding fifth game will feature Mets right hander Jacob DeGrom as he will oppose Dodgers right hander Zach Greinke. DeGrom has been very sharp of late by allowing one earned run over his past three starts working 17 innings. He threw in Game 1 where he struck out 13 Dodgers and allowed no earned runs with five hits tossing seven innings in a 3-1 victory. Zach Greinke was the Dodgers starter in Game 2 and was the winner to even the series at the time at 1-1. Greinke allowed the Mets two earned runs and five hits in seven innings of work with the two New York runs coming on two solo homers.

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