St Louis Cardinals versus Boston Red Sox World Series Game 2 Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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It will be Game 2 of the Best of 7 World Series matching the National League Champions St Louis Cardinals facing off with the American League Champion Boston Red Sox. The Cardinals and Red Sox will get things started from Boston at 8PM Eastern Time and FOX TV will provide the coast to coast TV broadcast.

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The Game 2 wagering odds have the road team St Louis Cardinals favored by -110 odds with the underdog Boston Red Sox returning +100 odds. The run total is lined at seven runs. Those who bet the run line with Boston and lay the -1 ½ runs will get back +185 odds. Bettors who take the +1 ½ run head start with the St Louis Cardinals will lay -225 odds for their run line wager.

The Boston Red Sox lead this best of seven World Series 1-0 after an 8-1 home victory in Game 1 against the St Louis Cardinals as a -120 betting odds favorite. The game total finished at over 7 runs. St Louis has struggled against left hander and as well in playing in road games this season. The team has a fallen to 45-42 on the highway this season. Last night St Louis was facing a left pitcher and couldn’t push a run across against Red Sox starter and left hander Jon Lester. The only run of the game for St Louis can in the ninth inning as they score a run against Ryan Dempster who was mopping up the victory. The Cardinals bats struggled for much of the series against the LA Dodgers and in game one of Wednesday the team pushes across just one run on seven hits. The pitching matchups in game two will have the Red Sox send right hander John Lackey as he faces righty Michael Wacha. Lackey looks to build off a nice start in the ALCS where he pitches 6 2/3rd shutout innings against Detroit. Wacha in the post season has allowed one earned runs in 21 innings of work.

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