2010 World Series Teams Determined this Weekend

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The two teams that will square off in the 2010 World Series will be determined this weekend as the ALCS and NLCS go right down to the wire.

betED.com has moneyline, point-spread, over/under and series odds for both league championship series, with the New York Yankees, Texas Rangers, San Francisco Giants and Philadelphia Phillies all still in the hunt for a berth in the Fall Classic.   

The Bronx Bombers will again be facing elimination tonight when they visit the Texas Rangers for Game 6 of the AL Championship Series (8:07 pm ET, TBS).

MLB Odds at betED.com have the Yankees as a -110 moneyline, 1.5-point (+145) favorite and the over/under total at 9.

The Yankees got themselves back into the series with a 7-2 win Wednesday in Game 5 at Yankee Stadium. Texas leads the best-of-seven series 3-2.

Tonight, New York will start righthander Philip Hughes, who is 19-9 with a 4.32 ERA, while Texas turns to righthander Colby Lewis, who is 13-13 with a 3.61 ERA.

A New York win would set up a Game 7 on Saturday (8:05 pm ET, TBS), in which Yankees’ lefty Andy Pettitte would go up against Rangers’ ace lefthander Cliff Lee, who has so far stonewalled the Yankees.

On Saturday, the San Francisco Giants will try to close out the Philadelphia Phillies in Game 6 of the NL Championship Series as the series returns to Citizens Bank Park (3:55 pm ET, FOX).

betED.com has the Phillies as -160 moneyline, 1.5-point (+145) favorites with the total at 7 in MLB Betting.

Giants’ lefthander Jonathan Sanchez, who is 13-10 with a 3.01 ERA, gets the start against Phillies’ righthander Roy Oswalt, who is 14-13 with a 2.74 ERA.

San Francisco leads the series 3-2 after Philadelphia won Game 5 by a 4-2 count on Thursday.


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