|2007 World Series Odds Preview - Red Sox vs. Rockies|
|Written by TheSpread|
|Wednesday, 24 October 2007 07:29|
World Series Betting
The 2007 Major League Baseball World Series gets underway tonight with the Boston Red Sox listed as the favorite to win this year’s fall classic according to online sports book Bodog.com.
The Bodog.com website has the Boston Red Sox listed at -220 to win the 2007 World Series. Chowda-heads who will be wagering on the Red Sox bringing the title back to Boston will need to wager $220 for every $100 they wish to win.
The Rockies meanwhile are listed as almost a 2-1 underdog at +180. While not the 45-1 that was offered on the Rockies at the beginning of the season, bettors would still enjoy a $180 payout for every $100 bet.
Also available for wagering at Bodog.com are:
- Odds on if either team will sweep the series (Yes is currently paying +300).
- Odds on whether the series will end in 4, 5, 6 or 7 games (4 games is currently paying 77/20).
- Odds on the exact series result (Rockies win in 4 games is currently paying 10/1).
Bodog also has individual player, game and series props. Some available props are:
- Odds on who will hit the first home run of the 2007 World Series (Jason Varitek is currently listed at 22/1).
- Odds on who will be the 2007 World Series MVP (Manny Ramirez is currently listed at 5/1)
To get a complete list of 2007 World Series props click here; World Series Player, Game and Series props.
Before placing your wagers on this year’s World Series, here are some betting trends to consider.
BOSTON is 103-69 (+7.8 Units) against the money line in all games this season.
BOSTON is 28-8 (+17.4 Units) against the money line in an inter-league game over the last 2 seasons.
COLORADO is 21-12 (+14.2 Units) against the money line in an inter-league game over the last 2 seasons.
COLORADO is 74-50 (+33.1 Units) against the money line against right-handed starters this season.
For More MLB Baseball betting trends click here: MLB Trend Report.
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