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ALCS - GAME 2 and NLCS - GAME 1 Betting Odds October 14

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Oct/14/2017

Gambling911.com has your ALCS and NLCS game betting odds for Saturday.

Yankees-Astros H: -131 A: 123 T: 7.5

PITCHING MATCHUP: Yankees RH Luis Severino (1-0, 7.36 ERA) vs. Astros RH Justin Verlander (2-0, 3.12)

Severino allowed three runs and four hits - two homers - while striking out nine Indians in his Game 3 victory.  He posted a 0.89 ERA over his last six road starts during the regular season and finished 6-1 with a 2.24 ERA away from home.

Verlander has won each of his two outings this postseason, including 2 2/3-inning relief appearance in the decisive Game 4 win over Boston in the ALDS and has posted a 3.55 ERA in five career starts in the ALCS.

Cubs-Dodgers H: -210 A: 175 T: 7

PITCHING MATCHUP: Cubs Jose Quintana vs. Dodgers LH Clayton Kershaw (1-0, 5.68 ERA)

Kershaw beat the Arizona Diamondbacks in the NL Division Series but served up four solo homers while allowing five hits in 6 1/3 innings.

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