Major League Baseball Playoffs Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Saturday

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The National League Division series continues with a pair of Game 2’s on Saturday October 4th over national television to greatly please the wagering appetite of MLB bettors worldwide. The Major League Baseball playoff action gets going at 5:30PM Eastern Time.

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It all gets underway with Game 2 of the NLDS series as the San Francisco Giants continues their best of five series against the Washington Nationals. Things get started from Washington at 5:30PM Eastern Time and FOX Sports 1 has the coast to coast broadcast. The pitching matchup shapes up to be a good one as the Giants will send veteran right hander Tim Hudson to the hill to battle Nationals right hander Jordan Zimmermann. It has been a roller coast ride for Tim Hudson since after the All Star Break. Over his past nine starts he has allowed four earned runs or greater in four of those appearances. Although against Washington in 2014 Hudson has been good by allowing a total of one earned run in two starts working 12 1/3rd innings. Zimmerman has been outstanding over his past three starts by giving up a total of one earned run working 21 2/3rd innings. In his last start on Sunday he pitched a no hitter against Miami at home with ten strikeouts.

In the late night game it will be Game 2 of the NLDS series between the St Louis Cardinals and LA Dodgers. The Cardinals and Dodgers get underway from Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles at 9:30PM Eastern Time over MLB Network. On the mound for St Louis will be right hander Lance Lynn as he opposes Dodgers right hander Zach Greinke. Lynn is 15-10 on the year with an ERA of 2.74. He has pitched well in September as the right hander has given up two earned runs or less in four of his past five starts. Greinke has pitched well at Dodger Stadium and has had his troubles on the road. Overall he is 17-8 with an ERA of 2.71. He has allowed two earned runs or less in five of six starts.

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