American League vs National League 2019 All Star Game Betting Odds

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The MLB All Star Game will feature the American League and National League competing on the field on Monday July 9th to the satisfaction of Major League Baseball bettors worldwide. Things get started from Cleveland at 7:30 PM 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 both the American League and National League bringing back -110 odds. Run total came in at 8 ½ runs.

Getting the start for the National League will be lefthander Hyun Jin Ryu. The LA hurler is a Cy Young candidate after a great first half of the season. Ryu is 10-2 in in 17 starts with an ERA of 1.73 and WHIP of 0.91. He has stayed sharp with his form as his ERA is 1.85 in his past seven games. In an injury shortened 2018 season the lefty had an ERA of 1.97 in fifteen starts. Notable starters on the NL roster includer fellow Dodgers Walker Buehler as well as Clayton Kershaw, Luis Castillo of the Cincinnati Reds and Jacob deGrom of the Mets. Only everyday starter for the Dodgers is Cody Bellinger. Christian Yelich of the Brewers, Javier Baez of the Cubs and Nolan Arenado are big name hitters on the NL roster.

Justin Verlander gets the starting nod for the American League. He makes his second career start in an All Star Game. Verlander is 10-4 on the season in nineteen starts with an ERA of 2.98 and WHIP of 0.81. Though in his past seven days the veteran is 2-2 with ERA of 4.18 but still a low WHIP of 0.95. AL starters include Twins Jose Berrios, Lucas Giolito of the White Sox and Shane Bieber of the Indians. Several Yankees and Astros fill out the hitting lineup for the American League. Notables include Gary Sanchez and DJ LeMahieh of the Yankees. Houston Astros include Alex Bregman, George Springer and Michael Brantley. Mike Trout of the Angels and Carlos Santana of Cleveland provide more power to the AL lineup.

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