Week 1 MLB Odds: The Start of the 60 Game Dash
The 2020 MLB season is about to get underway. Albeit there has been a delay, but teams are ready to get out on the diamond.
Now playing. pic.twitter.com/10dJWxvan3
— MLB (@MLB) July 3, 2020
The MLB’s 60-game season is slated to get started on July 23 with two games: the New York Yankees at the defending champion Washington Nationals, and the San Francisco Giants at the Los Angeles Dodgers.
And with baseball coming back, that also means gambling is coming back. But with only 60 games this year instead of the normal 162 we have come accustomed to, each game has become more important for both you and the teams in the MLB.
That is why if you want to get the upper hand, you need to visit sportsbettingdime.com. They have the live updates on the odds for every game, and have multiple statistics showing you where the majority is leaning. For the two games opening up the year, the Yankees and Giants sit as the current favorites.
By July 23, the line will most likely move towards both underdogs. The Nationals at home throwing out Max Scherzer? You have to feel good about that. At the same time though, the Yankees will be sending out their new ace – Gerrit Cole – to the mound.
On the other side, the lowly Giants can’t end up being favored. The Dodgers are at home, debuting Mookie Betts, will have Clayton Kershaw on the mound, while the lowly Giants will be without their captain Buster Posey after he decided to sit out this year.
OFFICIAL: Buster Posey has opted out of the 2020 season. #SFGiants pic.twitter.com/wd9VE9219l
— SFGiants (@SFGiants) July 10, 2020
But however the cookie crumbles, Sports Betting Dime will have you covered with its live updates. So get ready, open your wallets. It is time to gamble: baseball is back.
-Jarrod Ribaudo (@Jribs53)
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