World Series Game Seven: Giants and Royals Play Final Game of the Season for the Title
The final day of the Major League Baseball season is upon us as the Royals and the Giants meet for game seven of the World Series at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City. These two clubs have given their all through the first six games and it all comes down to this: Tim Hudson versus Jeremy Guthrie and then a battle of the bullpens. We are going to back the visiting Giants as they win their third title in the last five years.
Giants inching closer to third title in five years
San Francisco will get another shot at winning a third World Series title in the last five years on Wednesday night after falling into a 3-3 tie following a 10-0 loss in game six. Tim Hudson will be handed the ball for only his second World Series start in his career, both coming in these playoffs. Prior to this year, he had not advanced past the divisional round of the playoffs.
Royals hope to shorten the game with stellar bullpen
Kansas City will ask Jeremy Guthrie to throw at least five innings and then hand things over to their nearly perfect bullpen trio of Kelvin Herrera, Wade Davis and Greg Holland have helped Kansas City get to this game seven. The bullpen will also have game one and five starter James Shields tonight, not that his playoff history deems him to be a shutdown pitcher, but every little bit helps in the final game of the season.
We are going to use the betting odds found at TopBet.eu on Wednesday night to make our wager for the Giants and the Royals in game seven. Even though the Giants are underdogs on the road, we are going to drop 10 percent of our bankroll on San Francisco and the OVER 7 total runs scored as they win another World Series title.