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Rays vs. Dodgers Sharp Report: Respected Money Moving Line for World Series Game 6

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  • According to the latest MLB betting odds, the Dodgers are expected to win tonight's Game 6 and the World Series title.
  • However, based on our MLB PRO Report, sharps aren't backing the favorites tonight.
  • Find out how pros are betting Dodgers vs. Rays Game 6.

Rays vs. Dodgers Game 6 Odds

Rays Odds +118
Dodgers Odds -136
Over/Under 8 (-115/-105)
PRO Projection LAD -118 | O/U 8.03
Time 8:08 p.m. ET

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The Dodgers are one win away from a World Series championship, and based on tonight’s odds the betting market agrees that that’s the most likely outcome.

But sharp bettors — while perhaps in agreement with the Dodgers being favored — have made it clear that they think tonight’s moneyline is still off by a bit.

As our PRO Report has made apparent, they’ve taken a clear side on tonight’s Game 6. Let’s take a look.

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Rays vs. Dodgers PRO Report

Big bets from sharps have been landing mostly on one side of tonight’s moneyline, and oddsmakers have been forced to make a slight adjustment as a result.

Sharp Action

Sports Insights Bet Signals serve as our measuring stick for sharp action. Triggered by specific instances of market movement that come from activity indicative of sharp action, they’ve lit up three times so far on the Rays since Monday afternoon.

As a result, most sportsbooks have lowered this moneyline to the +120 range, with some now as far down as +115.

Sharp Action edge: Rays

Big Money

Making the sharp side even more clear, the Rays’ 58% backing tonight has generated a significantly higher percentage of actual money (75%). That means Tampa is attracting the bigger bettors — the ones more likely to be the professionals.

Big Money edge: Rays

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