15 Oct MLB Playoffs Series Prices
The MLB playoffs are all about who gets hot at the right time – and seven-game series can go by in the blink of an eye if you’re coming off a 162-game schedule. So your time is running out to earn some money this baseball season, it is now down to the final set of the year with the Cubs and Indians facing in the Fall Classic.
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World Collection Price as of November 1, 2016
Chicago Cubs vs Cleveland Indians (INDIANS LEAD 3-2)
Odds at November 1 at BetOnline Cubs +175
With just hours to go until Game 6, the World Series chances have moved slightly with the numbers dipped in favor of the Cubs. Jake Arrieta will get the start tonight and it feels like this series will seven games although he’s not having the postseason. The Indians won three games that Josh Tomlin began in October but he has not remained in a game more than 5.2 innings. The recipe for success for the North Siders tonight will be getting to Tomlin since they’ve been not able to touch the bullpen of the Indians thus much this series. If the Cubs get the win as well as the series tonight they will still be underdogs since they will go up against Corey Kluber in Game 7. I might wait until after tonight if you’re considering betting on Chicago.