Major League Baseball Playoffs Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Tuesday

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The Major League Baseball playoffs will continue on Tuesday October 7th with one guaranteed game going and possibly up to two games on the card to greatly satisfy the appetite of MLB bettors worldwide.

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It will be Game 4 of the NLDS series between the LA Dodgers and St Louis Cardinals on FOX Sports 1. St Louis will play host of this critical game. The scheduled starters will be Dan Haren for the Dodgers as he will oppose Cardinals right hander Shelby Miller. Haren was the fifth starter for the Dodgers this season and was elevated into the postseason roster after a pretty good past two months of the season coupled with Josh Beckett placed on the season ending disabled list. Haren is 13-11 with an ERA of 4.02. Over his past ten starts Haren has allowed two earned runs or less in eight of the ten starts. There is rumors circulating should LA drop Game 3 on Monday that Clayton Kershaw could pitch on short rest in Game 4. Miller is 10-9 on the year with an ERA of 3.74. He has been involved in six no decision over his past eight starts due to lack of run support.

If a Game 4 is needed it will be the Washington Nationals facing the San Francisco Giants in a playoff game on FOX Sports 1. The Giants will be at home with a start time at 9PM Eastern Time. The scheduled starters will be Gio Gonzalez a left hander for Washington as he will oppose Giants right hander Ryan Vogelsong. Gonzalez is 10-10 on the year with an ERA of 3.57. He has been effective of late by allowing three earned runs or less in nin straight starts. Vogelsong is a disappointing 8-13 on the year with an ERA of 4.00. Over the course of his career with the Giants Ryan Vogelsong has been better at home and the 2014 season has been no different. The San Francisco right hander has an ERA of 3.07 in his starts in his home ball park on the year.

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