St Louis Cardinals versus LA Dodgers Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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The St Louis Cardinals will look for the commanding 3-0 series lead as they hit the road for Game 3 of their best of seven NLCS series against the LA Dodgers on Monday night October 14th. The Cardinals and Dodgers will get things started from Dodgers Stadium in LA at 8PM Eastern Time on TBS TV.

The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the road team St Louis Cardinals favored by -126 odds with the return on the LA Dodgers at +116 odds. The run total is lined at 6 ½ runs.

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The St Louis Cardinals escaped games on and two with a one run decision in each game. They needed 13 innings until St Louis was able to defeat the LA Dodgers 3-2. Game two was held on Saturday afternoon and the Dodgers bats went cold again as they drop a 1-0 decision to fall behind 0-2 to the Cardinals. The LA Dodgers starting and relief pitching has been outstanding. They have allowed the Cardinals a total of four earned runs over 22 innings of play. The bad news for the Dodgers is they have scored just three runs total in the 22 innings played thus far in the NLCS. The Dodgers had their two aces on the hill in game one and two only to fail to deliver crutch hitting as well as any run support for the two games. The pitching matchups for Monday Nights game will be Cardinals featured righty handed starter in Adam Wainwright. The Cardinals hurler has been outstanding recent mount appearances. Wainwright in his past three starts has worked 21 1/3rds innings and has an ERA of 9.84 and WHIP of .070. Hyun Jin Ryu a left hander over his past three starts has composited an ERA of .084 and 1.22 Whip on the season. Ryu in his first playoff appearance last Sunday night allowed four earned runs and six hits over 4 innings pitches. Ryu has pitched better in Dodger Staduim as the LA Feft has vigaine up Ryu at home this season has a 7-4 record of an ERA of 2.61.

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