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Giants vs. Rangers Game 3 World Series Line: Texas -160

Written by:
Tyrone Black
Published on:
Oct/29/2010
Giants vs. Rangers Game 3 World Series

With Texas down 0-2, the Giants vs. Rangers Game 3 World Series line has the Rangers a -160 favorite at BetED.com.

The 2010 World Series is proving to be a windfall for online bookmakers who have seen significant betting action placed on the first two games.  The amount of revenue generated, however, will depend on how far this series stretches out and the bookmakers are certainly hopeful that Texas can get back into this one.  Nearly 65 percent of the betting public is backing the Rangers in this pivotal Game 3.

"Now that we're home, we feel comfortable back in this place. Not taking anything away from the Giants, they beat us soundly," Texas manager Ron Washington said before Friday's workout. "We've just got to come back here, get focused and win a game. We win a game, everything will be fine."

Colby Lewis is set to start Game 3 Saturday night against Giants lefty Jonathan Sanchez and Gambling911.com has your betting trends as they relate to each of these starting pitchers below.

 

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The Giants are 6-0 in Sanchez’s last 6 starts during game 3 of a series.

The Giants are 6-1 in Sanchez’s last 7 starts after allowing 2 runs or less in their previous game.

San Francisco is 5-1 in Sanchez’s last 6 starts as an underdog.

The Giants are 5-1 in Sanchez’s last 6 starts vs. a team with a winning record.

The Giants are 5-1 in Sanchez’s last 6 road starts vs. a team with a winning record.

Giants are 5-1 in Sanchez’s last 6 starts as a road underdog and, perhaps even more importantly, 10-3 in his last 13 road starts..

San Francisco is 2-8 in Sanchez’s last 10 starts following an outing of less than 4 innings in his last appearance.

The Rangers are 4-0 in Lewis' last 4 starts with 7 or more days of rest.

The Rangers are 3-8 in Lewis' last 11 starts as a favorite.

The Rangers are 2-8 in Lewis' last 10 starts after allowing 5 runs or more in their previous game.

The Rangers are 2-11 in Lewis' last 13 starts when their opponent scores 5 runs or more in their previous game.

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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