Major League Baseball AL and NL Wildcard Playoff Sports Betting Match Up Previews

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We have reached the post season from Major League Baseball and on tap for Tuesday September 30th and Wednesday October 1st is the AL and NL Wildcard game that will greatly satisfy the appetite of sports bettors worldwide!

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It all gets started on Tuesday September 30th in the AL Wildcard game as the Oakland Athletics will make the road trip to the mid-west to face the Kansas City Royals. The Athletics and Royals will get started from Kansas City at 8PM Eastern Time and TBS TV has the coast to coast broadcast. The winner of the AL Wildcard game will have to travel to the LA Angels to begin the ALDS five game series on Thursday. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Kansas City Royals favored by -110 odds with the return on the underdog Oakland Athletics at +100 odds. The run total is lined at 6 ½ runs. The pitching matchup will feature veteran left hander Jon Lester taking the mound for Oakland as he opposes Royals right hander James Shields. Jon Lester has pitched well for Oakland as he has allowed two earned runs or less in six of his past seven games. James Shields is 14-8 on the year with an ERA of 3.21 and WHIP of 1.18.

In the National League Wildcard game it’s the San Francisco Giants making the cross-country road trip to play the Pittsburgh Pirates. Things get started from Pittsburgh at 8PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV. The winners of the NL Wildcard game will begin a five game NLDS series at Washington beginning on Friday. The home side Pittsburgh Pirates is favored by -107 odds with the return on San Francisco at -103 odds. The run total came in at six runs. Both pitchers are in great form right now. Bumgarner has allowed a total of ten runs over his past six starts throwing 41 1/3rd innings. Volquez has allowed one earned run or less in five of his past six starts. He has back to back shut out performances pitching seven innings at Atlanta and home to Milwaukee to close out the regular season.

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