New York Boston : Sunday Night Baseball Surrender 9/18
A burial of the Yankees is taking place with New York Boston entering the final of a four game set. ESPN Sunday Night Baseball has this still pivotal game for the Red Sox as the Yanks slip to the very edge of contention. Collect your breath from a wild college Saturday as the NFL and MLB are here for your Sunday betting at HRWager. Boston (84-64) has taken care of business and finally have some breathing room in the AL East. Now will they continue this hot streak with a series at Baltimore right after this game? Let us see what the future might bring with plenty of profit in our pockets here at the HRW.
New York Boston : CC Still Needed?
To prevent being swept in a four game set, Yankees need CC Sabathia one more time. A duel between him and Nova for the last starters spot had Ivan being shipped. With a little less pressure, CC has responded in his last three games. Even in the face of this and Pomeranz getting lit up in the same stretch, the Yankees are near +160 level underdogs here. Let us look at CC first and then the intangibles that are working against the Yanks.
- WHIP of 1.16
- Three Walks
- ERA equals 2.20
Letting up a lot of little annoying hits but they are not translating to as many runs as they should. Scatter the damage, work deep, and get out unscathed is the mantra he is humming right now.
So Why Boston? NO
Lots of intangibles going into this one. Boston is on a hot streak. Yankees might finally realize that it is done. Demoralized team. Red Sox’s offense is very dynamic right now while NY has to cobble together runs. The problems with the psyche of this still too old team is being played into this. With legions of Boston bettors pouring it on their team, the oddsmakers are making them pay a pretty penny. From a value standpoint, NY at +160 is a great deal. This is for secure bankrolls that look at their betting as an investments. For larger fluctuation mindsets, this is a watch and enjoy game. Good fortune today and we will see you later on here at HRWager.