St Louis Cardinals versus Boston Red Sox World Series Game 6 Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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The Champagne will be on ice as the Boston Red Sox will look for an MLB championship as they host the St Louis Cardinals in Game 6 of the World Series scheduled for Wednesday night October 30th. The Cardinals and Red Sox will get things started from Fenway Park in Boston at 8PM Eastern Time with FOX TV providing the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current Game 6 odds at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home team Boston Red Sox favored by -119 odds with the return on the St Louis Cardinals at +109 odds. The run total is lined at 7 runs with the under favored by -125 odds and over the total returning +105 odds. Those wagering the Red Sox on the run line and lay the -1 ½ runs will get back +170 odds for their wager. Bettors who take the +1 ½ run head start with the Cardinals will lay -200 odds for their run line wager.

Boston was down 2-1 in this best of seven World Series as the Cardinals won Game 3 by the score of 5-4 at home. Boston to their credit won Game’s 4 and 5 in St Louis to take the 3-2 World Series lead with Game 6 in Boston and if a Game 7 is needed will also be played at Fenway Park in Boston scheduled for Thursday night. The Cardinals bats have gone cold with just 2 runs in Game 4 and 1 run in the critical Game 5. The pitching matchup for Wednesday will feature Michael Wacha on the hill for the Cardinals as he will oppose righty John Lackey for the Red Sox. Michael Wacha has been outstanding in the post season with a perfect 4-0 record. He was on the mound facing elimination in the Pittsburgh series during the NLDS and allowed just one earned run and one hit over 7 1/3rd innings in a 2-1 victory to force a deciding Game 5.

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