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Game 1: Boston Red Sox (+112) @ Houston Astros (-126), 5:09 p.m. EST

The Houston Astros may have dropped Game 3 to a previously postseason-winless David Price in Boston on Sunday, but that just seems to indicate that a team as talented as the Astros are due for a win at home in Houston tonight. 

Astros third baseman Alex Bregman has already taken a crack at getting under Red Sox starting pitcher Nathan Eovaldi's skin this week with an Instagram post trolling Eovaldi's performance against him in the regular season, so why not go with Bregman having the upper hand here too?


Game 2: Milwaukee Brewers (+132) @ Los Angeles Dodgers (-148), 9:09 p.m. EST

The situation in Los Angeles is similar to that in Boston, just with an inverse relationship. After the Brewers stole Game 3 in L.A. as payback for the Dodgers taking Game 2 in Milwaukee, you have to think this one leans to the home team. The Dodgers turn to starter Rich Hill, who is 1-0 with a 1.50 ERA and 13 Ks in 12 innings over two starts against the Brewers this season. 


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