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Baseball Bettors Flock To Sportsbook.com!
There is no denying the fact that this is the time of year when the baseball bettor gets very tuned in and focused on the task at hand and the world’s largest online sportbook and casino is ready at the switch. With four series on the docket this week, the finest online customer service staff in the world has been waiting for this chance to shine!
“What makes us the most desirable online sportsbook in the world is our service and how we recognize the sports wagering industry as a war of attrition”, commented marketing director Alex Czajkowski. “My job is to make sure that we talk the talk and walk the walk!”
Where do you anticipate the most action in the quarter finals we asked? “While the Yankees are the cream of the crop, the Dodgers-Mets series brings together West Coast and East Coast. Everything was going right for Willie Randolph’s team most of the season, but now they have hit a bump in the road.”
Dodger bettors are flying high after they won their last six in a row and with Lowe and Mad Dog Maddux strutting to the hill, LA will be bet. It’s hard for gamblers to forget the ninth inning of the game September 18th. Four consecutive home runs against the San Diego Padres stood out. Nomar Garciaparra's two game-ending homers in that week stood out. When they lost 13 of 14 games in midsummer, they awoke by winning 17 of the next 18, and then winning just often enough.
Fans of the New York Mets should be excited about the betting opportunities that Sportsbook.com will make available. With the popularity of Dodger players like Jeff Kent, Nomar, Greg Maddux, JD Drew and Rafael Furcal, value can be had betting on David Wright and the boys.
The line opened Mets -137 but has been plummeting as expected and now sits below -130. Give me Jose Reyes, Carlos Beltran, Carlos Delgado and David Wright and I like my chances.
Are you ready for some baseball?
About the Author: Bob is an experienced sports writer and handicapper, who has written for the sports industry for over 10 years. His years of writing for Sports Scene, sports consulting on 33 Made for Television and Major Motion Pictures and his work as an instructor at Pro Teach Baseball Academy, have made Bob a trusted and respected source in the sports world.