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Dodgers Head to World Series: Big Exposure for the Books

Written by:
Mary Montgomery
Published on:
Oct/19/2020

The LA Dodgers have come from behind to beat the Atlanta Braves and will now face Tampa Bay in this year's World Series.  Live odds can be found here.

Los Angeles, once down by three games to one in the series, fell behind in Game 7 but came back to earn a return trip to the World Series.

Cody Bellinger’s solo home run helped the Los Angeles Dodgers complete a series comeback and earn their third trip to the World Series in four seasons.

A World Series win by the Dodgers will prove to be a heartache for sportsbooks.  Most futures bets were on LA.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

 

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