Betting the Red Sox a Boon for the Pocket Book

There has never been a better time than now to bet on the Boston Red Sox. Ok, so they lost a couple to the “Bombers” in the Bronx last week, big deal! Really, the Red sox have never been this dialed in, at 28-12 (at time of print) and leading the AL East, these guys are playing confident baseball. The offshore bookmakers are struggling to get the lines and odds right.


Red Sox by the numbers:




The Sox are hitting .267 as a team with 1,435 at bats, 218 runs scored, 383 hits, 97 doubles, 5 triples, 54 home runs, 206 RBIs, 652 total bases, 122 walks, a whopping 321 strike outs, (the only bad number), 25 stolen bases, an OBP of .329 and an SLG of .454. These are great team numbers and the individual numbers are even more outstanding.


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Mookie Betts has had an outstanding first six weeks of baseball, this guy is tearing it up and he is making it look easy in the process. Everyone always said, “Give this guy a completely healthy year and he has the potential to be a batting champion”. So far-so-good. If the first six weeks is any indication of where his season is going, it’s going to be a monster, a career year indeed. Can he keep it up? The Red Sox faithful sure hope so and if he stays focused and dialed in, as well as injury free, there is no reason to think he can’t keep up the pace.


Baseball is a difficult game over the course of a long season and it is extremely difficult to hit much over .350 consistently. The way Betts is seeing the baseball is special and he is well on his way to having a very special season. With 13 home runs, he is tied for the top spot in the majors along with Manny Machado, and Bryce Harper. They are all on pace to hit 53 bombs.


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Alex Cora has this team in response mode, whatever he is doing he just needs to keep doing it. Cora came in and gave these guys a wakeup call just as Aaron Boone has done with the Yankees. Not only is he a motivator, he is turning out to be a great x’s and o’s skipper.


Take a look at the position players for the Red Sox along with the depth chart:


Catcher- Christian Vasquez, Sandy Leon, Blake Swihart…

First Base- Hanley Ramirez, Mitch Moreland, Blake Swihart…

Second Base- Eduardo Nunez, Tzu-Wei- Lin…

Third Base- Rafael Devers, Eduardo Nunez, Brock Holt…

Shortstop- Xander Bogaerts, Eduardo Nunez, Brock Holt…

Left Field- Andrew Benintendi, J.D. Martinez, Blake Swihart…

Center Field- Jackie Bradley Jr., Andrew Benintendi, Tzu-Wei Lin…

Right Field- Mookie Betts, J.D. Martinez…

DH- J.D. Martinez, Hanley Ramirez…

Starting pitching- (the rotation) Chris Sale, Rick Porcello, David Price, Eduardo Rodriguez, Drew Pomeranz…

Bull Pen- Joe Kelly, Carson Smith, Matt Barnes, Heath Hembree, Brian Johnson…

Closer- Craig Kimbrel

Now this is a depth chart to top all depth charts. Sure, the Yankees have depth but remember, much of their depth comes in the form of rookies and second year players and of course one of those players is already a legend in the minds of Yankees fans; Aaron Judge. Judge is a fantastic player and if he has a sophomore year to match his freshman; all will be good in the Bronx.


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Right now, the Yankees and the Red Sox look like the two teams to beat and the Red Sox have a glaring advantage against weak teams. Dial up the bookie and follow the next couple of weeks. It’s going to be good.

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