Yankees Big Favorite to Win the 2010 Baseball Betting Season

Red Sox vs. Yankees OddsThe 2010 baseball betting regular season start with the opening game between Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees, fans and experts already predict that the two teams, will also face off in October in the semifinals.

"Ready for a long run" was the headline "The Boston Globe" the sports betting news page of Thursday.

As everyone, including the MLB odds addressed the issue of who will be the next champion on its website: "¨ Who else but the Yankees?" In addition to New Yorkers and the Red Sox, Philadelphia Phillies are also shuffled as candidates for the title. The team was champion in 2008 and lost last year against the Yankees in the World Series (final), 4-2.

"I think if not for injuries suffered casualties, with our talent and hopefully we can enter the World Series again," said manager Charlie Manuel said.

After winning last year's first championship since 2000, the Yankees do not want to wait again to walk victorious nine years by the "Big Apple."

"We want to win the title again and so the Sunday and we will take the first step. It's very exciting to play in Boston," said Yankees pitcher, CC Sabathia. In the past eight years, of 1,296 regular baseball betting season games, the Yankees were the winningest team (783) before the Red Sox (753), champions in 2004 and 2007.

New York Yankees had to replace two of its stars: Johnny Damon and Hideki Matsui, who was elected last year, "MVP" and went to Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.

However, the "Bronx Bombers", in reference to the neighborhood where the stadium is located in New York, still has several superstars. Among them, Alex Rodriguez, whose income is 30 million dollars is the highest in the league.

But the best deal I have Joe Mauer. The catcher with the Minnesota Twins extended for another eight years until 2018 for a total of $ 184 million.

Meanwhile, in Chicago, the number 102 became the most important. These are the years they have been waiting for the Chicago Cubs to win a title again. But there is no indication that the fans can put an end to their suffering in October.

It also seems not to conclude this debate by doping. MLB Odds continues to refuse to perform the doping controls to the parameters of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and insists on carrying out their own tests.

The League returns Mark McGwire, who in January admitted to having doped during its golden age in the '90s. McGwire, who in 1998 recorded a world record with 70 home runs, is now a special coach in the St. Louis Cardinals.

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