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  • September 27, 2020

World Series – Make Your Own Predictions

This World Series is easily the most widely followed in many years, and it only gets better. This weekend all eyes were set on game 4, as it could have been the end of it, nevertheless the cubs stay alive in tense victory over the Indians to extend the World Series. Now it will continue to yield on Tuesday night for what should be another marquee night in the baseball history. We will be tuned in for another, inning-by-inning report because just like yesterday, one more win and baseball fans everywhere might finally believe in these Cleveland Indians. Ave you made your predictions yet? Sign up to regalpoker
That’s all it will take for Corey Kluber & Co. to clinch this World Series.
Kluber pitched six sparkling innings on short rest for his second victory last week and the Indians beat the Chicago Cubs 7-2 Saturday night, taking a 3-1 lead and nearing their first championship since 1948.
Jason Kipnis hit a three-run homer in his hometown and Carlos Santana connected for the first of his three hits as manager Terry Francona’s team won for the second straight day at Wrigley Field.
Trevor Bauer gets the ball tonight when the visiting Indians try for the franchise’s third World Series title against Jon Lester and the faltering Cubs.
“I think we like the position we’re in, but the task isn’t done yet,” Kluber said. “We still have one more game to win, and we’re going to show up tomorrow and play with the same sense of urgency we’ve played with until this point. We don’t want to let them build up any momentum and let them get back in the series.”
Still, not bad for a team that seemed like an underdog all year long.
The Indians topped the defending champion Royals and star-studded Tigers for the AL Central title, then came the postseason. No one thought they would beat Big Papi and Boston, outslug Toronto or ever end their drought before the charmed Cubs, who led the majors with 103 wins.
Now the Cubs, still down 3-2 in this series, head to what will be a piping hot cauldron of fire, Cleveland’s Progressive Field, where Jake Arrieta will try and bridge the gap to a decisive Game 7 where Corey Kluber would face Kyle Hendricks.
This is what sports is all about, excitement, making predictions, and lots of action that can go either way, just like sports betting. You may or may not be a sports fan. You may back Cleveland or Chicago or not really mind what cities in the US get paralyzed over a baseball game, because the most definite action can be experienced with some dough in the game. Yes, of course, deep knowledge of the game can determine your analytical skills for making your own predictions, but you don’t necessarily have to love the game to be a smart bettor. With simple tools and strategies you can beat your book, lots of practical tools are to be found in these very articles.
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