Tampa Bay Rays versus Cleveland Indians Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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The Tampa Bay Rays will have to survive another one game series as they face the Cleveland Indians in the AL Wildcard game from Major League Baseball playoffs scheduled on Tuesday night October 2nd. This MLB playoff game will begin from Cleveland at 8PM Eastern Time and TBS TV will provide the coast to coast TV broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the road team Tampa Bay Rays favored by -117 odds with the take back on the home underdog Cleveland Indians at +107 odds. The run total is lined at 7 runs. Bettors playing the Tampa Bay Rays on the run line and lay the -1 ½ runs will get back +140 odds. Bettors choosing to take the +1 ½ runs on the side of the Cleveland Indians will have to lay -160 odds for their run line wager.

The American League Wildcard winner will advance to play in the best of five ALDS series against the Boston Red Sox which will begin on Friday. Hitting the mound for the Rays will be Alex Cobb as he goes head to head with right hander Danny Salazar. Alex Cobb has been in good recent form as the Rays hurler has allowed three earned runs total over his past three games working 23 1/3rd innings against the likes of the Yankees, Orioles and Rangers lineups. Cobb faced the Indians once this year and allowed no earned runs and four hits with six strikeouts in 7 1/3rd innings in a 6-0 win at home. Danny Salazer in his past two starts has allowed six earned runs working 11 1/3rd innings at home against the White Sox and on the road in a loss at Kansas City. Salazar will be working for the first time against the Tampa Bay Rays. It is a huge spot for the 22 year old starter who is making only his 11th start of his Major League Baseball career.

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