The schedule for Monday June 1st from Major League Baseball features eleven games scheduled with one over national television to greatly satisfy the appetites of MLB bettors worldwide.
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The lone game over national television gets started at 8PM Eastern Time on ESPN as the St Louis Cardinals will host the Milwaukee Brewers. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side St Louis Cardinals the -155 favorite with the return on the underdog Milwaukee Brewers at +140 odds. The run total came in at 7 ½ runs. In their six meetings this season the Cardinals have won four of the games. Matt Garza a right hander throws for St Louis as he goes up against Cardinals lefty Jaime Garcia. Garza has been crushed of late by allowing 19 earned runs over his past three starts working 14 2/3rd innings.
On MLB Extra Innings channel at 7PM Eastern Time it’s the Boston Red Sox at home to the surprising Minnesota Twins. The Red Sox are favored by -170 odds with the return on the underdog Twins at +150 odds. The run total is lined at 8 ½ runs. The teams met last week for a three game series at Minnesota with the Twins pulling off the sweep. Right hander Mike Pelfrey throws for Minnesota against Clay Buchholz of the Red Sox. Buchholz has put up some good numbers in his past three starts but the Red Sox have just scored one run in each of those games.
A late night game goes off at 10:10PM Eastern Time on MLB Extra Innings channel as the Seattle Mariners will host the New York Yankees. The home standing Seattle Mariners are favored by -160 odds with the return on the New York Yankees at +145 odds. The run total is set at six runs. Michael Pineda goes for the Yankees as he faces Felix Hernandez of the Mariners. Pineda has bounced back from two bad outings with a good one on Wednesday where he allowed just one earned run over 6 2/3rd innings at home to Kansas City which resulted in a win.