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2014 World Series Game 1 Pick From Tony George: KC to Win it All

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Tony George
Published on:
Oct/20/2014
2014 World Series Game 1 Pick From Tony George: KC to Win it All

Gambling911.com has failed its readers in the off season of this year’s Major League Baseball so we will leave the 2014 World Series Game 1 pick up to the master, Tony George of TonyGeorgeSports.com.  Scroll down for his prop bets breakdown as well.

Tony George breaks down a great angle to wager in the World Series between the Royals and Giants which kicks off tomorrow night in Kansas City.  

Tony's Series Pick is Kansas City -115 however betting the individual games with Totals Plays can be successful looking at Tony's insight to an unconventional way to beat the books.  There is more than one way to skin a cat folks at wagering, so take a look at the Vid and plug this information into your wagering for the Fall Classic.  

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The Boys of summer have entered fall with the leaves turning, the air crisp at night and fall foliage dominates the landscape in the Midwest.  Of course the Bay area has a different set of rules for fall weather, but this is going to be a good World Series, and while the unlikely choice or predicted final finisher the Kansas City Royals, American League Champions was not on most people’s radar screen in July or August, but they dominated the playoffs with no losses and swept the AL’s best teams 8-0.  Who would have thought? 

San Fran is a consistent player in the MLB post season and no doubt deserve to be here, and both teams are very similar in their makeup and aggressive play and both boast stellar pitching.  Perhaps the Giants edge here as I see it is their manager, who is vastly more experienced than Ned Yost, but KC sports the hottest team in baseball with more MOJO than one can imagine.  One has to respect the Giants World Series record in 2010 and 2012, where they went 8-1 with a +27 run differential and averaged 6 runs per game.  I think the final chapter in 2014 will be different. 

Kansas City -115 to Win the Series

Bottom line is this:  Bullpen and defense.  Kansas City has both, and both are better, and momentum galore, and I do not think the long layoff will completely take that out of the equation.  It simplest terms if KC has a 1 or 2 run lead in any game past the 7th inning, and you have to go through Herrera, Davis and Holland as an opposing team to win,  I would estimate your chances of winning at 20% or less in that scenario.  I predicted the Royals against Oakland for the 1 game play-in, and series winners in both the LA and Baltimore series, catching them at +120 in their 4 game sweep of the O’s.  Not rocking the boat here gents!
This is not to say San Fran is defenseless here and their experience is a plus, but let’s also bear in mind that KC is better at stealing bases, and manufacturing runs than any team in recent memory.  They hold home field advantage which is huge in the post season, coupled with the fact they are a rock solid road team, and not to mention they swept San Fran 3-0 in their series this year.  Kansas City, although I live here and am a long suffering fan, has put together a dominant post season and have destiny on their side.  If 8-0 against the A’s, Angels and O’s did not convince you, then I do not know what would!
Going with the hot hand – KC Royals

Also 2 Prop bets:

Kansas City OVER 6 Stolen bases in the series at -110

Kansas City Bullpen LOWEST ERA in the series -110

- Tony George, Gambling911.com

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