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Wednesday Sports Betting Preview
The Stanley Cup final gets underway in Vancouver with the Canucks hosting the Bruins, while the White Sox finish up at Fenway, and the Marlins take on the D-Backs.
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MLB: Chicago White Sox at Boston Red Sox, 1:35pm ET
Gavin Floyd (5-5, 3.69 ERA) will head to the hill for the White Sox on Wednesday afternoon as they close out their series at Fenway Park.
Righthander Floyd made a relief appearance on Saturday against the Blue Jays, taking the loss after giving up one run on two hits over one inning of work.
Floyd's last two starts were solid outings against the Rangers and Indians in which he allowed just three runs (two earned) on eight hits over 14 innings pitched.
The Red Sox are slated to start Tim Wakefield (2-1, 4.14 ERA) on Wednesday, and he'll be looking to pick up his third consecutive victory.
Righthander Wakefield is coming off back-to-back starts against the Cubs and Tigers in which he allowed just three earned runs over 13 2-3 innings of work.
MLB: Florida Marlins at Arizona Diamondbacks, 7:40pm ET
Javier Vazquez (3-4, 6.02 ERA) is Florida's probable starter for Wednesday night as they continue their road series against the D-Backs in Arizona.
Righthander Vazquez has turned in consecutive solid outings against the Dodgers and Rays, surrendering two earned runs on six hits over those 13 innings pitched. Vazquez had allowed three or more runs in each of his previous eight starts.
Countering for Arizona on Wednesday will be Daniel Hudson (6-5, 4.12 ERA).
Righthander Hudson managed to pick up the win in his last trip to the mound against the Astros despite allowing six runs (five earned) on eight hits over his six innings of work.
Arizona is 6-1 in Hudson's last seven starts after getting tagged with the loss in each of his first four trips to the mound in 2011.
NHL Boston Bruins at Vancouver Canucks, 8:00pm ET
The Canucks are the -235 favorites on the BetJamaica series lines for the Stanley Cup final as they host the +195 underdog Bruins in Game 1 of the set on Wednesday night.
Vancouver, the Presidents' Trophy winner during the regular season, advanced to the Cup final last Tuesday night with a 3-2 OT win over the Sharks in Game 5 of the Western Conference final.
Defenseman Kevin Bieksa scored the winner for the Canucks in that contest, and Roberto Luongo made 54 saves.
Boston used a Nathan Horton goal to slip past Tampa Bay 1-0 in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference final on Friday night. Tim Thomas stopped all 24 Lightning shots.