American League versus National League 2018 All Star Game Betting Odds Preview

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The MLB All Star Game will match the National League against the American League. Things gets started from Nationals Park in Washington DC on Tuesday July 17th at 8PM Eastern Time with FOX TV delivering 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 American League favored by -125 odds with the National League bringing back +115 odds. Run total is lined at seven runs.

American League enters play on a five game win streak after their 2-1 victory in ten innings against the Nationals League. The AL will start Chris Sale for the second straight season. Sale has been in great recent form over his past seven games with a 5-1 record and ERA of 0.94 in 48 innings of work. The AL is stacked with starters in good form. Following Sale to the mound for the AL will be Yankees righthander Luis Severino and Rays lefty Blake Snell. Sale was selected to start based on his consistency throughout his playing career. The AL starting lineup will feature Red Sox right fielder Mookie Betts with JD Martinez in the DH role. Mike Trout who has won two MVP’s in the All Star Game will bat third. The bottom of the AL lineup features Aaron Judge and Manny Machado.

LA Dodgers manager Dave Roberts has selected Nationals righthander Max Scherzer to start for the NL in the second straight season. He is 12-5 on the year with an ERA of 2.41. He is averaging about 6 2/3rd innings per start. Following Scherzer will be hard luck Mets pitcher Jake deGrom who has put up great numbers but can’t get any run or bullpen support. Starting in right field will be home town hero Bryce Harper who comes off a win in the Home Run Derby on Monday. Harper will bat sixth. Notables in the starting lineup for the NL will be third basemen Nolan Arenado, right fielder Matt Kemp, and Cubs second baseman Javier Baez.

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