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BOSTON, MA (The Spread) – How many home runs will David Ortiz hit for the Red Sox this season? The over/under has been set.

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According to oddsmakers from online sports book BetDSI, the over/under for the number of home runs that Ortiz will hit this season for Boston has been set at 27. They also list the over/under at 25 for number of total home runs from Ortiz’s teammate Mike Napoli this season.

Ortiz also has an over/under of 95 for number of RBIs this season, while Dustin Pedroia’s RBI total has been set at 79. Pedroia also has an over/under of .299 for his batting average, while Shane Victorino has an over/under of .275 for his batting average and 24 for his stolen bases.

How many home runs will A.J. Pierzynski hit this season? The over/under has been set at 14 for the new Boston catcher, while Will Middlebrooks has an over/under of 25 for total number of home runs in the 2014 regular season. Mike Napoli, meanwhile, has an over/under of 25 for number of home runs.

As for the pitchers, Jon Lester has an over/under of 14 for number of wins in 2014, and 179 for total strikeouts. Clay Buchholz has an over/under of 13 for total number of wins, while John Lackey has an over/under of 12 for victories and Jake Peavy’s o/u has been set at 10. Finally, Koji Uehara has an over/under of 35 for total saves in 2014.

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