Baseball World Series betting gets underway with the American League hosting the National League in Game 1 on Wednesday, October 28th.
World Series odds usually favor the home team and in 2009 it will be the American League with the home field advantage since they won the All-Star game earlier in the year.
Baseball World Series betting gives everyone a lot of chances to wager since MLB World Series betting is based on a seven-game series. The format is 2-3-2 with the American League holding the home field edge this year. Game 1 of the World Series is on Wednesday, October 28th and Game 2 in World Series odds is on Thursday, October 29th. All of the baseball World Series betting games can be seen on Fox television.
Baseball World Series betting shifts to the National League park for Games 3, 4 and 5 on Saturday, October 31st, Sunday, November 1st and Monday, November 2nd. If the series goes to games 6 and 7 they would move back to the American League stadium for games on Wednesday, November 4th and Thursday, November 5th.
Oftentimes in baseball World Series betting you will see people take the favored team. That might not be your best bet in World Series odds though. Underdogs have been quite profitable in baseball World Series betting over the years so taking the price could be something to consider when you bet the World Series this year. The American League has won 8 of the past 14 World Series so it is pretty even.
There are a lot of great options in baseball World Series betting. In addition to the normal side and total options you can bet on a team to win the entire series in World Series odds. Normally you can also bet props since all of the games are on TV. Anytime games are televised you get a higher profile with more people following the action and that really applies to baseball World Series betting.
With baseball World Series betting you may have teams facing each other that didn’t meet in the regular season so keep that in mind as you watch and wager on the games.
Remember that MLB World Series betting gets going with Game 1 on Wednesday, October 28th from the American League and the action could continue through Thursday, November 5th if the series stretches to seven games.