|Johnny Cueto has +8.3 units of profit this season, second-best in MLB.|
LAS VEGAS -- Who is the best team in baseball? You might be inclined to say the Cubs based on their MLB-best 37-15 record and +2.6 margin of victory per game, but I'll take my chances in any debate with the Giants, who look like strong candidates to win their fourth straight World Series in an even numbered year (2010, 2012 and 2014).
A big part of the reason the Giants (34-22, +9.03 units of profit) look like good bet at 7-to-1 to win the World Series is because of Johnny Cueto (8-1, 2.31 ERA) who takes the mound tonight at St. Louis as a slight -108 favorite over Adam Wainwright (5-3, 5.71). San Francisco has won 10 of Cueto's 11 starts this season, including his last seven and all six of his road starts. In eight of his starts he's allowed two runs or less, and he's done it in his last five.
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