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Cleveland Indians Up 19-1 in Top of 6th Inning Against Royals

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
May/16/2011
Cleveland Indians Up 19-1 in Top of 6th Inning Against Royals

At press time Monday night, the Cleveland Indians were up 19-1 against the Kansas City Royals.  What was the line?

9 OVER/UNDER and this one is obviously way over.

While Cleveland has cooled off in recent days with a 5-5 record, the team still has the second best record in the league after Philadelphia.

Cleveland also has great value to win the 2011 World Series at 20/1 at SBG Global (though these odds are subject to change if not locked in here.

Cleveland has been rained out of its last two games.

The Indians-Royals game ended with no additional runs. 

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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