MLB Best Bets: World Series Game 2
Adam Ronis analyzes the data to bring you his best bets for Game 2 of the MLB World Series to help you cash those tickets.
Blake Snell takes the mound for the Rays and he doesn't go deep into games and has struggled with walks. Over this last three starts, Snell has a 4.50 ERA and a 1.64 WHIP with a 10:8 K:BB ratio over 14 innings and allowed four home runs. The Dodgers have hit left-handers well in the postseason with a line of .309/.409/.580.
Tony Gonsolin gets the start for the Dodgers and he's made two appearances in the postseason. He pitched two innings in Game 7 against the Braves and allowed two hits, two runs, walked three, and struck out one, throwing 41 pitches. He started in the other appearance against the Braves and went 4.1 innings and allowed three hits, five runs, three walks, and struck out seven. He likely won't go deep into this game.
PICK: First 5 innings Total Runs Over 4.5 (+102) on FanDuel Sportsbook
Mookie Betts made history in Game 1 becoming the first player since Babe Ruth to have a walk and two stolen bases in the same inning in a World Series game. He went 2-for-4 with a home run and after a slow start in the NLCS, he's starting to hit.
Over his last four games, Betts is 7-for-16 with a double, home run, and three walks.
PICK: Mookie Betts Over 1.5 Total Bases (+105) on BETMGM Sports