Two of the league’s top power hitters will meet Wednesday when the Boston Red Sox (87-65) and New York Mets (73-78) take to the field at 7:10 PM ET, live on ESPN. Rafael Devers has 34 home runs for the Red Sox (-180 favorites on the moneyline) while Pete Alonso has 34 homers this season for the Mets (+155). Boston’s Chris Sale gets the start, and he’ll go against New York’s Taijuan Walker.
|Favorite||Favorite Moneyline||Underdog||Underdog Moneyline||Runline||Total|
|Red Sox||-180||Mets||+155||BOS -1.5||9|
The betting insights and predictions in this article reflect betting data from DraftKings and SportsData.io as of September 22, 2021, 3:00 AM ET.
Mets Probable Starting Pitcher: Taijuan Walker
- Walker makes the start for the Mets, his 28th of the season. He is 7-10 with a 4.27 ERA and 140 strikeouts over 149 2/3 innings pitched.
- The righty last appeared on Friday against the Phillies, when he tossed five innings, allowing two earned runs while giving up three hits.
- Walker is trying to pick up his 10th quality start of the season in this matchup.
- The Mets have gone 10-35 this season in games the club has allowed at least two home runs.
Mets Hitting Leaders
Think the Mets are going to go all the way? See a pennant in their future? These are the latest odds from bookmakers on New York taking home the NL East crown, the NL Pennant and the World Series. A bet on these futures only cashes in if the Mets hit those milestones and can pay big, as a 100 dollar bet on New York to win the World Series would net the bettor 10,000 dollars.
|To Win NLCS||+15000|
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