Boston Red Sox Betting Odds
Boston Red Sox Betting Odds

Boston Red Sox Betting Odds

One of the most storied franchises in the history of North American Sports, the Boston Red Sox were established in 1901 as one of the original American League teams. In their early years, they had tremendous success, winning six pennants and five World Series in before 1920. Unfortunately, they went on to endure the third longest World Series drought in league history, as they went without a title from 1918 to 2004. They are currently the defending World Series champions.

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Except for their first 11 years at Huntington Avenue Grounds, the Red Sox have always played their games at Fenway Park in Boston. Located in a densely populated part of the city, Fenway Park has been renovated several times, causing it to have several peculiarities such as the ‘triangle’ region of centerfield and left field wall nicknamed the Green Monster. Fenway Park is also one of the smallest ballparks in the league in terms of seating capacity.


The Boston Red Sox won titles in 1903, 1912, 1915, 1916, 1918, 2004, 2007, 2013 and 2018.

Their most recent title against the Dodgers was a 5-game victory that gave Boston its 9th title, moving them 2 behind St Louis for most all time. The series was also a rematch of the 1916 World Series when the Dodgers still played out of Brooklyn. That year the Red Sox also beat the Dodgers in five games. LF/1B Steve Pearce won the Most Valuable Player award. The win also made the Red Sox the first major league team to ever win titles exactly a century apart.

Famous players

The Red Sox have 10 retired numbers in their rafters, among them some of the most revered names in all of baseball. Ted Williams name stands out among the group; the left fielder was a 19-time all-star and a six-time AL batting champion as well as a two-time triple crown winner. He finished his 19-year career with a .482 on-base percentage, which is the highest of all time. Williams played his entire career with the Red Sox.

Another notable member of Red Sox Alumni is player-manager, Joe Cronin. Cronin played for and managed Boston between 1935 and 1945. He was a 7-time all-star and was elected to the Baseball hall of fame in 1956. He served as manager for the Red Sox for two more years after his retirement as a player.

Also, among the retired numbers is LF Carl Yastrzemski, who played for 23 years with the Red Sox. Yastrzemski was an 18-time all-star, winner of seven Gold Gloves, and the first American League player to accumulate over 3,000 hits and over 400 runs.

More recent members of the Boston Red Sox player legacy include Wade Boggs and David Ortiz. Boggs is a 12-time all-star (consecutive appearances) and played for the Sox from 1982 to 1992. Ortiz played 20 seasons with the Red Sox, retiring in 2016 after helping the team win World Series in 2004, 2007 and 2013. He was the MVP of the fall classic in 2013.

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