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MLB

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    MLB Odds: The Major League Baseball schedule for Wednesday, July 6th features 15 games including the Texas Rangers at the Boston Red Sox on ESPN. The Rangers are leading the AL West and have the best record in the American League while the Red Sox are battling for second place in the AL East. The Red Sox should be listed as home favorites as they are expected to have Steven Wright on the mound.Here is a look at all of Wednesday’s games and MLB predictions.Bet on MLB at BetDSI  

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    Baseball Odds: It is a full slate of games in baseball for Tuesday, July 5th including the Pittsburgh Pirates at the St. Louis Cardinals on ESPN. The Pirates are just behind the Cardinals in the NL Central with both teams trailing the Chicago Cubs in the division. The Pirates should be sending rookie Jameson Taillon in this game while the Cardinals counter with Mike Leake.Let’s look at the 15 games for Tuesday and baseball picks.Bet on MLB at BetDSI  

College Baseball

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    College World Series Odds: The favorite to win the 2014 College World Series is the Virginia Cavaliers and they open up with the Mississippi Rebels on Sunday on ESPN 2. The Virginia Cavaliers are the highest ranked team remaining in the College World Series as they are ranked third in the nation. They come into this game with a record of 49-14. The Mississippi Rebels actually have a better overall record at 50-19 but they will be underdogs in this contest. Here is a look at the matchup and College World Series predictions.  

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    College World Series Odds: The College World Series continues on Sunday as the Texas Tech Red Raiders play the TCU Horned Frogs. It could be a low scoring opener as the TCU Horned Frogs have an excellent pitching staff that should keep the Texas Tech Red Raiders in check. The TCU Horned Frogs come into this game with a record of 47-16 while the Texas Tech Red Raiders are 45-19. This game on Sunday afternoon can be seen on ESPN 2. Here is a look at the matchup and College World Series picks.