|Yankees and Phillies Will Three-peat In 2010|
|Thursday, 16 September 2010 07:16|
With less than a month to go in the MLB betting regular season, the race to the playoffs has become even tighter in both leagues, with only three divisions really up for grabs. The AL East, NL East, and NL West division leaders are all within two games of falling out of top spot. The northbet world series pick New York Yankees are battling the Tampa Bay Rays for top spot in the AL East, with one half game separating the two teams vying for the final division spot in the American League. Whichever of the two teams fails to win the division will likely qualify for the Wild Card, so all that is left to be determined is positioning. In the NL, the Giants have closed the gap between them in the Padres to less than two games, while the Phillies are now 2.5 ahead of Atlanta. These races are important, as they feature the two teams that will ultimately compete in the World Series.
The New York Yankees and Philadelphia Phillies have been to each of the past two World Series, and will once again participate in the biggest online sports betting baseball series of the year. Both rosters have solid rotations and depth on offense, and after making their way through most of the regular season coasting, have switched gears to pull ahead in their division races now that time is running out. Neither of these teams have peaked so far, but will when playoff baseball begins.
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