San Francisco Giants versus St Louis Cardinals NLCS Game 4 Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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The St Louis Cardinals will look to take control of this NLCS series as they host the San Francisco Giants in game four of their best of seven Major League Baseball series on Thursday night. The Giants and Cardinals will get started from St Louis at 8PM Eastern Time and FOX will provide the live national television broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker has the home side St Louis Cardinals the -125 odds favorite with the return on the underdog San Francisco Giants at +115 odds. The run over under in game four of this series is lined at 7 runs. Bettors who choose to lay the -1 ½ runs on the run line with the St Louis Cardinals will get a +160 odds return for their wager. Those who choose to take the +1 ½ run head start with the San Francisco Giants will lay -190 odds for their run line wager.

The Cardinals took the 2-1 series lead in this best of seven NLCS series as St Louis earns the 3-1 home win in game three on Wednesday. The game four pitching matchups will feature right hander Tim Lincecum on the hill for San Francisco as he will oppose Adam Wainwright for the Cardinals. It has been a struggle in the 2012 year for Lincecum as word came out during spring training that the right hander was struggling for velocity. Teams hit Lincecum this season as the righty sits with an ERA of 5.18 and opponents on base percentage is .336. Three relief appearances in the post season Lincecum has allowed one earned run and three hits in 8 1/3rd innings. It was a roller coaster ride for Wainwright in 2012 as the veteran hurler was 14-13 with an ERA near four. He has two no decisions in the post season. At home against Washington in the ALDS, Wainwright allowed one earned run and six hits in 5 2/3rd innings. His second post season start was on the road at Washington where he was pounded for six earned runs and seven hits in 2 1/2rd innings in the deciding game five.

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