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Dodgers-Rays Game 4 Odds, Betting Props

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Oct/24/2020

Julio Urias will start for the LA Dodgers and Ryan Yarbrough for the Tampa Bay Rays with the line set at -163 Dodgers and +154 Rays.  The total is 8. LA is up 2-1 heading into Game 4 of the 2020 World Series.

Walker Buehler struck out 10 over six innings in a pulsating performance, and Los Angeles beat the Tampa Bay Rays 6-2 on Friday night for a 2-1 World Series lead.

“Being a big-game pitcher and really succeeding on this stage, there’s only a few guys currently and throughout history,” Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said. “He’s in some really elite company,”

Justin Turner homered in the first inning against a surprisingly hittable Charlie Morton, who was chased in the fifth.

Below are your prop bets for this game...

Dodgers @ Rays Sat, Oct 24, 2020 EST

Rot Julio Urias (LAD) Total Strikeouts Moneyline
801 Over  5½  Strikeouts +110
802 Under  5½  Strikeouts -140
Must Start
Rot Cody Bellinger (LAD) Total Bases Moneyline
803 Over  ½  Bases -175
804 Under  ½  Bases +145
Must Start. Single = 1B, Double = 2B, Triple = 3B, Home Run = 4B.
Rot Mookie Betts (LAD) Total Bases Moneyline
805 Over  1½  Bases +105
806 Under  1½  Bases -135
Must Start. Single = 1B, Double = 2B, Triple = 3B, Home Run = 4B.
Rot Enrique Hernandez (LAD) Total Bases Moneyline
807 Over  ½  Bases -155
808 Under  ½  Bases +125
Must Start. Single = 1B, Double = 2B, Triple = 3B, Home Run = 4B.
Rot Max Muncy (LAD) Total Bases Moneyline
809 Over  ½  Bases -150
810 Under  ½  Bases +120
Must Start. Single = 1B, Double = 2B, Triple = 3B, Home Run = 4B.
Rot A.J Pullock (LAD) Total Bases Moneyline
811 Over  ½  Bases -185
812 Under  ½  Bases +155
Must Start. Single = 1B, Double = 2B, Triple = 3B, Home Run = 4B.
Rot Corey Seager (LAD) Total Bases Moneyline
813 Over  1½  Bases +105
814 Under  1½  Bases -135
Must Start. Single = 1B, Double = 2B, Triple = 3B, Home Run = 4B.
Rot Will Smith (LAD) Total Bases Moneyline
815 Over  1½  Bases +135
816 Under  1½  Bases -165
Must Start. Single = 1B, Double = 2B, Triple = 3B, Home Run = 4B.
Rot Justin Turner (LAD) Total Bases Moneyline
817 Over  1½  Bases +120
818 Under  1½  Bases -150
Must Start. Single = 1B, Double = 2B, Triple = 3B, Home Run = 4B.
Rot Willy Adames (TAM) Total Bases Moneyline
903 Over  ½  Bases -135
904 Under  ½  Bases +105
Must Start. Single = 1B, Double = 2B, Triple = 3B, Home Run = 4B.
Rot Kevin Kiermaier (TAM) Total Bases Moneyline
905 Over  ½  Bases -145
906 Under  ½  Bases +115
Must Start. Single = 1B, Double = 2B, Triple = 3B, Home Run = 4B.
Rot Hunter Renfroe (TAM) Total Bases Moneyline
907 Over  ½  Bases -125
908 Under  ½  Bases -105
Must Start. Single = 1B, Double = 2B, Triple = 3B, Home Run = 4B.
Rot Joey Wendle (TAM) Total Bases Moneyline
909 Over  ½  Bases -185
910 Under  ½  Bases +155
Must Start. Single = 1B, Double = 2B, Triple = 3B, Home Run = 4B.
Rot Mike Zunino (TAM) Total Bases Moneyline
911 Over  ½  Bases +115
912 Under  ½  Bases -145
Must Start. Single = 1B, Double = 2B, Triple = 3B, Home Run = 4B.
Rot 1st Inning Winner Moneyline
1001 Dodgers     +240
1002 Rays     +375
1003 Tie     -170
 
Rot Most Hits in the 1st Inning Moneyline
1004 Dodgers     +140
1005 Rays     +190
1006 Tie     +155
 
Rot Race To 2 Runs Moneyline
1007 Dodgers     -200
1008 Rays     +140
1009 Neither     +1800
 
Rot Race To 3 Runs Moneyline
1010 Dodgers     -160
1011 Rays     +160
1012 Neither     +600
 
Rot Race To 4 Runs Moneyline
1013 Dodgers     -130
1014 Rays     +205
1015 Neither     +275
 
Rot Race To 5 Runs Moneyline
1016 Dodgers     +105
1017 Rays     +275
1018 Neither     +145
 
Rot Race To 6 Runs Moneyline
1019 Dodgers     +155
1020 Rays     +400
1021 Neither     -125
 
Rot Race To 7 Runs Moneyline
1022 Dodgers     +210
1023 Rays     +550
1024 Neither     -200
 
Rot Team Scoring 1st Wins the Game Moneyline
1025 Yes     -275
1026 No     +220
 
Rot Total Runs in the Game Moneyline
1027 5 runs or less     +200
1028 6 or 7 runs     +350
1029 8 or 9 runs     +375
1030 10 or 11 runs     +500
1031 12 or more runs     +260
 
Rot Team with the Highest Scoring Inning Moneyline
1032 Dodgers     -120
1033 Rays     +160
1034 Tie     +375
 
Rot Double Result Moneyline
1035 Dodgers/Dodgers     -105
1036 Dodgers/Rays     +650
1037 Tie/Dodgers     +800
1038 Tie/Rays     +800
1039 Rays/Dodgers     +1000
1040 Rays/Rays     +275
1st 5 Innings / Game Winner
Rot Winning Margin Moneyline
1041 Dodgers to win by 1 run     +550
1042 Dodgers to win by 2 runs     +650
1043 Dodgers to win by 3 runs     +800
1044 Dodgers to win by 4 or more runs     +205
1045 Rays to win by 1 run     +425
1046 Rays to win by 2 runs     +900
1047 Rays to win by 3 runs     +1100
1048 Rays to win by 4 or more runs     +525
 
Rot 1st HR of the Game Will Be Moneyline
1049 Solo HR     -120
1050 2 run HR     +275
1051 3 run HR     +850
1052 Grand Slam     +4500
1053 No HR scored     +200
 
Rot Last Team To Score Moneyline
1054 Dodgers     -115
1055 Rays     -115

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