From Major League Baseball for Wednesday July 1st there are 15 games scheduled to satisfy the appetites of MLB bettors worldwide.
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The lone game over national television will go off at 7PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as the LA Angels will be home to the New York Yankees. Nathan Eovaldi a right hander takes the hill for the Yankees to battle Angels righty starter Matt Shoemaker. New York had won five straight against the Angels until Los Angeles was able to win Game 1 of this series on Monday by the score of 4-1. Eovaldi after a bad start at Miami on June 16th where he allowed eight earned runs in 2/3rds of an inning has allowed just two earned runs in each of his past two starts winning both games. Shoemaker has allowed two earned runs or fewer in five of his past seven games.
There will be day baseball at 1PM Eastern Time as the Toronto Blue Jays will host the Boston Red Sox. Getting the start for Boston will be right hander Rick Porcello to face Blue Jays veteran left hander Mark Buehrle. Porcello has struggled in recent outings as the hurler has allowed 18 earned runs over his past four starts tossing 22 2/3rd innings. Buehrle in is good form right now allowing no greater than two earned runs over his past five starts averaging seven innings of work in each outing.
The late night game will feature the Arizona Diamondbacks hosting the LA Dodgers at 9:40PM Eastern Time on MLB Extra Innings channel. Brett Anderson a left hander gets the start for the Dodgers to face Diamondbacks left hander Robbie Ray. Arizona broke a seven game losing streak against LA by winning Game 1 of this series on Monday 10-6. Brett Anderson has pitched well with an ERA under 2 over his past three starts. Ray has pitched well but has gotten no run support. The Diamondbacks have scored two runs or fewer in four of Ray’s past five starts.