Thursday, January 10, 2019

Can The Red Sox Get Back-To-Back Titles For First Time Since 1915-1916?

Major League Baseball has not had a repeat World Series Champion since The Bronx Embalmers did it in 1998-2000. In fact, in the last 40 years, the only other team to achieve this feat was the Toronto Blue Jays in 1992-1993. In 2019, the Red Sox have a chance to join that elite fraternity—and do it for their own franchise for the first time since 1915-1916. Of course, MLB has much more parity than it did in those previous times—so it's much harder to go back-to-back. Various odds makers have placed the Red Sox, Astros, Dodgers and Yankees at the top of the heap in terms of total projected wins in 2019. The vagaries of baseball (the long season, unexpected injuries to key players) make it difficult for bettors to wager intelligently on the national pastime. Nevertheless, you can go to an MLB betting website and test your skill and knowledge about the upcoming season. Hopefully, The Carmine Hose will be able to ride the momentum of 2018 to an historic back-to-back championship in 2019.