Major League Baseball Playoffs Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Tuesday

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We are now deep in the League Championship Series from the Major League Baseball Playoffs and scheduled over national television for Tuesday October 14th are two outstanding games which will satisfy the appetite of MLB bettors worldwide. The action on the diamond begins at 4PM Eastern Time.

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It all gets started at 4PM Eastern Time on FOX as the St Louis Cardinals will be hitting the road for Game 3 of their NLCS series against the San Francisco Giants. Taking the hill for the Giants will be veteran right hander Tim Hudson as he will pitch against Cardinals righty John Lackey. Hudson got off to a great start in the 2014 season but had struggled pretty mightily down the stretch. He has thrown 189 innings thus far. He got a start in the NLDS series back on October 4th at Washington and pitched surprisingly well by allowing the Nationals just one earned run and seven hits while striking out eight. All in all Hudson made it all the way to the eighth inning and got one out prior being lifted. Lackey was acquired by the Cardinals in the trading deadline from the Boston Red Sox. He pitched well for St Louis. He had one start in the post season and that was in the NLDS series at home to the LA Dodgers winning Game 3 by the score of 3-1 as he gave up one earned run over seven innings.

At 8PM Eastern Time over on TBS TV it will be Game 4 of the best of 7 ALCS series as the Baltimore Orioles will be the road team facing the Kansas City Royals. The Baltimore Orioles are scheduled to start Michael Gonzalez in Game 4 as he will oppose Royals left hander Jason Vargas. Gonzalez will be making his first start in the playoffs. He is 10-9 on the year with an ERA of 3.23. Jason Vargas pitched well for the Royals this season as he surprised his new team with an ERA of 3.71. For that he earned a start in the postseason and it was a good outing as he allowed just three hits and two runs in six innings pitched at the LA Angels on October 2nd.

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