Article posted on Friday 15 February
Take a look at the odds for the 2019 World Series. We explore the future bets market, explain which teams are in with a shot, and show you how you can use CanadianSportsBooks to help pick a winner.
Two of baseball’s biggest franchises clash in the 2018 World Series. The Boston Red Sox will try to win their fourth World Series in 14 years. The Red Sox face the Los Angeles Dodgers, who made the World Series last season but have not brought a title back to LA since 1988. The Red Sox are the favourite in this matchup, but the Dodgers are as deep and talented as any team in baseball and have some advantages that could win them the series.
Online sportsbooks have the Boston Red Sox and Houston Astros as the two favourites to win the World Series, with the red-hot Los Angeles Dodgers leading all National League teams. While we expect at least one of those teams to make the World Series, there are some savvy underdogs that could shake up the MLB postseason.
Article posted on Wednesday 28 March
The Toronto Blue Jays open their season on Thursday afternoon against the New York Yankees. The Blue Jays enter the season with tempered expectations. If everything goes well, they could find themselves back in the postseason for the third time in four years. Still, getting off to a good start is essential and beating the Yankees definitely matters. Previewing the Jays season opener, plus the best games across the MLB to wager on and watch on Opening Day.
Teams on the Decline: Could the Miami Marlins Set a New Record for Futility? Plus Other team Win Totals to Wager on the Under
Article posted on Tuesday 27 March
For every team expected to overachieve in 2018, there is a club entering the season with overly optimistic expectations. Including the Miami Marlins, who could set MLB records for poor play, there are a handful of teams worth wagering the under on their win totals in 2018. Some of these teams made the postseason, while others are entering a rebuilding stage and do not have the talent to compete in 2018.
Article posted on Friday 23 March
Today’s article will focus on teams on the rise. These teams are good enough to perform better than their expected wins total available on Sports Interaction. One of best teams to follow this season are the Milwaukee Brewers. Alongside the Brewers are a few other playoff contenders to consider wagering on the over for win totals going into the 2018 MLB season.
Article posted on Thursday 22 March
As the 2018 MLB season approaches, there are many lingering questions to find answers for before opening day on March 29. Some questions to look into before include what the best division in the Majors is, can the Houston Astros become the first team in 18 years to repeat as World Series Champions and whether or not the Blue Jays can return to the postseason in 2018.
Article posted on Monday 19 March
With the MLB regular season quickly approaching, futures and props for the season are a popular wagering option. This year, much of the intrigue around player props focus on Giancarlo Stanton joining Aaron Judge and the New York Yankees. The two each hit over 50 home runs last year and will try to break the record for most home runs hit by teammates. While they form the best one-two punch in baseball, tempered expectations are the approach to take in 2018.
After 162 regular season games, two full rounds of playoffs and a few days off, the World Series is finally here. The Los Angeles Dodgers make their first trip to the Fall Classic in almost 30 years, as they take on the Astros, who have yet to win a World Series in their 55-year history. The Dodgers are the favourites entering the Series, but if Jose Altuve and the Astros hitters get hot, they could bring Houston its first ever World Series.
Article posted on Friday 13 October
Big market teams headline the ALCS and the NLCS, as the New York Yankees play the Houston Astros, while the Chicago Cubs go up against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Every team has a realistic chance at making it to the World Series, and the expectations are for both series to go long and be competitive. There is a lot to be excited about when the ALCS gets going on Friday at 8:08 PM EST, with the NLCS, starting the following day.