MLB All-Star Game Odds Add Refreshing Break From Season

by Dirty on July 10, 2012

Betting on the 2012 MLB All Star Game



As the MLB season rolls to its midway point, fans of America’s Game will sit back and enjoy the Midsummer Classic this Tuesday. As is tradition, the National League’s finest will try their luck against their American League counterparts with the prize being home field advantage in the World Series. Bet on the MLB All-Star Game today.


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Although it could be argued that the AL has produced the most contenders on the MLB betting line, there’s no denying the legitimacy of the NL squad, especially when it comes to their pitching staff. Might starter Matt Cain take the opportunity to show just how deadly his San Francisco Giants might be over the course of the second half of the season?


According to Bovada’s World Series futures, the teams to beat in baseball this year are the Texas Rangers and New York Yankees, followed then by the third-place Giants. Unsurprisingly, six of the AL’s nine starters hail from the two clubs while three of the NL’s position players hail from San Fran.


Could Major League home run leader Jose Bautista serve as the key for the American League as his own Toronto Blue Jays struggle for position on the MLB odds in a tough AL East? Or perhaps MLB win leader and New York Mets hurler R.A. Dickey, who’s put forth a brilliant and unexpected campaign for the surprise NL East contender?


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