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Dodgers-Cubs Game 3 Betting Odds – Astros-Yankees Game 4 Odds

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Oct/16/2017

Gambling911.com has your Dodgers-Cubs Game 3 betting odds for Tuesday.  For the Astros-Yankees latest game odds go here.

H: -115 A: 105 T: TBD

Yu Darvish will start for the Dodgers.  The 31-year-old owned a 3.44 ERA and 61:13 K:BB through nine starts with the Dodgers to close out the regular season.

Kyle Hendricks will start for the Cubs.  He is 2-0 this post season so far.

The Dodgers have won the last five games in this series, including the last two games in this post season series.

Pay special attention to the total once posted as the UNDER is 12-2 in the last 14 meetings in Chicago.

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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