Miami Beach, FL (PRWEB) October 20, 2006
MLB Expert John Hoben of Point-Spreads.com, the premier provider of sports data, information, and analysis to the betting community, discusses this year's World Series match up between the Detroit Tigers and the St. Louis Cardinals with CEO Thomas Jensen and Chester Hunter of BetRoyal.com in anticipation of Point-Spreads.com's full coverage of 2006 World Series Championship.
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The Point-Spreads.com team lends an insight into what to look out for when researching World Series predictions, as well as where the "public's" money is going in the Detroit Tigers vs. St. Louis Cardinals Match Up:
"The Tigers are the clear favorite after stunning the Yankees and sweeping Oakland" Hunter stated. "Having a week off before Game 1 of the World Series can be both good and bad. Good because injured players get to heal and rest up. Bad because streaking players can cool down. We will know the effects of the week off after we watch Game 1 of the World Series" Hunter concluded.
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"The Cardinals are on a roll now and will carry that momentum into the series" stated Hoben. "I think the Cardinals starting pitching matches up well with the Tigers especially at the top of the rotation with 2005 Cy Young award winner Chris Carpenter" added Hoben.
The NLCS went to seven games and the rain postponed two games forcing the players to forego their days off. The Cardinals beat a scrappy New York Mets after Carlos Beltran struck out with the bases loaded in the ninth inning to win in Game 7. "The Mets were the team to beat because of their pitching but prior to the post-season lost Pedro Martinez and Orlando Hernandez to injury" finished Hoben.
"This World Series is going to be extremely exciting for the Detroit Tigers and their fans since the team has done terrible in the recent past," Jensen began. "The Tigers swept the Oakland A's impressively after they knocked out the New York Yankees in the opening round of the American League Divisional Series. I like the Tigers as a favorite. Their pitching is stronger and they have proven already that they can hit the ball and score runs."
"We would like to thank Mr. Chester Hunter of BetRoyal.com for his time," Thomas Jensen, Point-Spreads.com CEO added in conclusion. "As always, we remind the betting public that an educated bettor is a winning bettor. Point-Spreads.com will have complete game-by-game coverage of the 2006 World Series Championship along with live streaming odds from the world's leading Sportsbooks available without charge."
The Cardinals will travel to Detroit for Game 1 of the 2006 World Series on Saturday, October 21st, 2006.
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