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World Series Betting options

Game 2 of the World Series goes tonight in St. Louis with the Texas Rangers looking to rebound from their Game 1 loss to the Cardinals.

All sportsbooks offer a moneyline, runline and total for tonight's game, but that's not the only options bettors have.

At Bodog the oddsmakers have devised a long list of props for Game 2 and you can expect the same list for every game of the Fall Classic. For player props there is everything from player vs. players props, total strikeouts for each starter, total hits, run and RBI for almost every position player to will a certain player record a hit.

Some specific props include Josh Hamilton (-105) vs. Albert Pujols (-125) most hit, runs and RBI, total strikeouts for Colby Lewis over/under 5 and who will record the most strikeouts between Lewis (-215) and Jamie Garcia (+175).

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There are also a large number of team props for each World Series game at Bodog. These include props such as team to score first (Texas -155, St. Louis +125), will there be a run scored in the first inning (yes +105, no -135) and total home runs by both sides, over/under 2. A few other team props currently listed on the Game 2 World Series odds menu include margin of victory, total hits recorded for both teams and alternate runlines.

At Bodog they also are offering live in-game betting for all of the World Series games. Not only does this provide an ever-changing moneyline and total for the game, but it also allows bettors to wager on every at bat.

Examples of live props bet offered include the outcome of the current plate appearance, hits in the next inning, strikeouts in the next inning and total pitches in the next inning.

Future bettors also have a few options for the World Series right now with odds available on the series winner and the World Series MVP. After taking Game 1 the Cardinals are now a -130 series favorite, while the Rangers are a +110 underdog.

Albert Pujols began the series as the MVP favorite at 5/1, while the Rangers player garnering the best odds was ALCS MVP Nelson Cruz at 13/2.

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