as mentioned in To that end, let’s have a look at some World Series odds as we get set for the return of This, Our Baseball.
Pitchers and catchers will soon be pitching and catching under the Arizona and Florida sun, and that means it’s past time to start thinking about the 2017 season.
If you’re looking for a play in long-shot territory, the Rockies and Pirates, each at 40-1, merit some consideration.
Courtesy of Bovada.lv (@BovadaLV on Twitter) come the following pre-season numbers on the 2017 Fall Classic …As you can see, the reigning champs, the Cubs, are co-favorites with the Red Sox, who won the AL East last season and added Chris Sale over the winter.
The Angels at 75-1 are also attractiveSo … Who ya got?
as informed in While the Cubs resisted the urge to splurge this winter, Boston has kept busy with acquisitions that have boosted its World Series odds to a short +500.
After sneaking into the playoffs in 2016 on the strength of a season-ending four-game win streak, the San Francisco Giants report to camp sporting strong +1200 World Series odds.
Share this:TweetAs baseball’s spring training opens, it has become a two-horse race atop the 2017 World Series odds, with the defending-champion Chicago Cubs narrowly edging the Boston Red Sox as +450 favorites on that futures market at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com.
It was a quiet offseason for the Cubs, who ended a century-long championship drought with last season’s World Series victory over the Cleveland Indians.
The Red Sox bolstered their starting rotation in early December by acquiring ace Chris Sale from the Chicago White Sox for a package of young players.
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Vasgersian, Smoltz Headline MLB Network Broadcast Teams For 2017 World Baseball Classic
The network also will have studio programming beginning at 9pm ET on Tuesday, Feb 14th when MLB Network Presents will look back at the inaugural World Baseball Classic in The 2006 World Baseball Classic, A Classic Beginning, hosted by Bob Costas.
Other MLB Network crews include MLB Network’s Paul Severino, Baltimore Orioles TV voice Gary Thorne and Miami Marlins TV voice Rich Waltz.
Others include Los Angeles Angels radio broadcaster Jose Mota and longtime Toronto Blue Jays announcer and 2006 Team USA manager Buck Martinez, as well as MLB Network analyst Joe Magrane.
MLB Network’s coverage of WBC games will be made available through its live, authenticated stream for MLB.com’s At Bat for mobile and online at MLBNetwork.com/Watch .
With the games coming up quickly, MLB Network has announced their broadcast teams that will see MLB Network’s Matt Vasgersian, MLBN and FOX Sports MLB reporter Jon Paul Morosi, and Hall of Fame pitcher John Smoltz call every Team USA game, the entire second round from San Diego’s Petco Park, and the Championship round from Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.
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