American League versus National League 2017 All Star Game Betting Odds Preview

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The MLB All Star Game is scheduled for Tuesday July 11th as the American League will face the National League. Things get underway from Miami Florida at 7:30PM Eastern Time and FOX TV has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker sportsbook, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the National League the -115 betting favorites with the return on the underdog American League at +105 odds. The run total is lined at 9 runs.

The National League will start Max Scherzer of the Washington Nationals. The veteran right hander has had a very good first half of the season checking in with a record of 10-5 and ERA of 2.10. His WHIP is just 0.77 which is recorded as the fourth best all time for a starting pitcher at the All Star Break. He has 173 strikeouts in 128 1/3rd innings of work. The NL will be without Clayton Kershaw who started on Sunday and thus will not be able to see action on Tuesday night. The NL can utilize Zack Greinke, Robbie Ray, and Carlos Martinez. Available in the late innings out of the bullpen are Kenley Jansen and Wade Davis. Catcher Buster Posey is hitting .325 and the NL batting leader Daniel Murphy is in the starting lineup as well. Murphy his hitting .342 at the break. Notable reserves include Cody Bellinger, Justin Turner, Corey Seager and Giancarlo Stanton.

On the AL side it will be lefthander Chris Sale making his second straight start for the AL in the All Star game. He tossed one inning last year. Backing up Sale include Yu Darvish, Ervin Santana and Luis Severino. The American League in the late innings have left handed relief specialist Andrew Miller and righty Craig Kimbrel at their disposal. At the plate the notable starters will be Aaron Judge of the New York Yankees along with George Springer of the Astros. Off the bench it will be Robinson Cano, Nelson Cruz and Mike Moustakas looking to deliver with big hits in the late innings.

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