Ending Another Solid Month of Sports with Online Sports …

It’s that magical time once again when just one day remains before the start of yet another sports season, as College Football’s kickoff on Thursday has football fans getting all geared up for the massive amounts of action set for the next 3 days. Though it’s still midweek this week, it’s time to celebrate the coming of College Football with a few additional wagers at the top sportsbooks reviewed right here, taking a look over some of the top match-ups in store for Thursday night. Also on tap for online sportsbook bets today, we pick apart a few choice games scheduled for Major League Baseball, as critical series continue onwards today, and with less than 30 games remaining for teams on the Major League Baseball schedule, make sure to get your fill of MLB sports betting before the bulk of it dries up heading into the 2011 playoffs. With 15 games of Baseball dotting the best sportsbooks today, make sure to stop by one such as the Oddsmaker Sportsbook Oddsmaker sportsbook (read the review of Oddsmaker.com), which we’re using today as one of our go-to online sports betting sites.
There’s no bigger series this week than that between the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox, as the two divisional foes will battle through the last 2 games of their series against one another, with Game 2 tonight featuring Josh Becket of the Red Sox vs. Phil Hughes of the Yankees. Hughes looks to be back up to his inconsistent pitching, coming off a 2 2/1 inning, 6 runs allowed performance in the Yankees wild 22-9 win versus Oakland last week, so Josh Beckett may be the right horse to back in this race on Wednesday night. Check out the other big series continuing this week as the Milwaukee Brewers host the St. Louis Cardinals in an NL Central clash this evening, as Randy Wolf looks to improve on his rough 5.68 ERA against St. Louis, though would be happy to add to a decent 2-1 record against them any way possible. Other match-ups worth watching out for on the betting lines tonight include the Texas Rangers vs. Tampa Bay Rays as Alexi Ogando (12-6, 3.57 ERA) faces James Shields (12-10, 2.96 ERA), Seattle Mariners vs. Los Angeles Angels (Felix Hernandez vs. Dan Haren), and Philadelphia at Cincinnati (Cliff Lee vs. Dontrelle Willis).
For the remaining games with playoff implications, turn to the game between the Atlanta Braves and the Washington Nationals, with Atlanta needing a win out of veteran Derek Lowe who has shown a pickup of form in his last two outings. Arizona tries to keep their hot streak going into September, as they once again host the Colorado Rockies tonight, with Josh Collmenter getting a good match-up against the Rockies’ Esmil Rogers, Detroit seeks to stretch out its lead in the AL Central with a win over the Kansas City Royals tonight, while both the Chicago White Sox and Cleveland Indians chase the Tigers’ tail taking on Minnesota and Oakland respectively. No doubt you’ll want to tune into a few of these games for watching and wagering, as this is the most exciting time of the regular season for baseball fans, with so many teams pushing during the final month leading up to the 2011 playoffs. Check out all the Major League Baseball lines and more at Oddsmaker Sportsbook today, make sure to spot some additional wagers for tomorrow’s kick off of the 2011 College Football season, and grab some of the action in the NFL as the last big chunk of preseason games get underway tomorrow.

To close up another fine day of online sports betting at one of the top online sportsbooks, head to WagerWeb and check out some of the remaining baseball match-ups for those teams looking to end the 2010 campaign on a high note. Milwaukee has been on a run to close the year (7-3 in their last 10, including 3 straight wins), and puts young Mark Rogers on the mound for his second start, this time against another youngster in Travis Wood, who has been pitching consistently well, but not victorious in almost a month. We’ll take Milwaukee on the road to win today, as the Reds have clinched, and likely won’t be putting the same charge into their bats as should be expected come playoff time. Other match-ups worth looking at include a great pitching duel between Tommy Hunter and Jered Weaver as the Texas Rangers and Los Angeles Angels wrap up their AL West campaigns, Ricky Romero and Carl Pavano battle as the Toronto Blue Jays head to Minnesota, and the Colorado Rockies look to stop their 5 game skid on the road at St. Louis after a tough late September collapse. Make sure to check out all these potential bets at the WagerWeb sportsbook today, look for tons of NCAA College Football games on the block as well, and have yourself a great Friday filled with sports and online sportsbook bets!

Aaron G.

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