New York Yankees at New York Mets MLB Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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The Subway series finale will pit the New York Yankees and New York Mets on ESPN Sunday night baseball. The Yankees and Mets will begin at 8PM Eastern Time from Citi Field with national television coverage provided by ESPN.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker have the road club New York Yankees favored by -127 odds with the take back on the home underdog New York Mets at +117 odds. The run over under is set at 6 ½ runs. Those betting the New York Yankees on the run line and laying the -1 ½ runs will get back +130 odds. Bettors who wish to take the +1 ½ runs with the New York Mets will have to lay -150 odds for their wager on the run line. First five inning wagers will find the New York Yankees favored by -120 odds with the return on the Mets at +100 odds. The run total for the first five inning is set at 3 ½ runs.

This is the rubber game of this three game series as each team has a win thus far. On the hill for the Yankees will be their ace C.C. Sabathia and he faces off with R.A. Dickey from the Mets. Sabathia is 9-3 on the year in 14 starts with an ERA of 3.55 and WHIP of 1.23. He is coming off a nice outing where he allowed the Braves two earned runs and seven hits with 10 strikeouts in a complete game nine innings on Monday. R.A. Dickey is 11-1 in the 2012 year in 14 starts. He sits with an ERA of 2.00 and impressive WHIP of 0.89. Dickey has been superb as the right hander has allowed no earned runs over his past five starts working 41 2/3rds innings of work. He has pitched three complete nine innings games over his past four starts. Dickey had two starts against the Yankees in the 2011 year and won both games. The Mets right hander allowed the Bronx Bombers one earned run in each of the starts working a combined 11 innings.

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