Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Friday

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The 2014 Major League Baseball season is hitting the home stretch and several teams are vying for division titles and wildcard berths that makes this time of the year so exciting. On tap for Friday September 12th are three outstanding matchups over national television that will greatly satisfy the appetite of MLB bettors worldwide. The action on the diamond gets underway at 1PM Eastern Time.

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The New York Yankees will play Game 1 of a key doubleheader against the Baltimore Orioles. The Yankees and Orioles will get Game 1 started from Baltimore at 1PM Eastern Time and MLB Network has the coast to coast broadcast. The Baltimore Orioles have sat atop the AL East division and had built up a 10 game lead in the standings after Tuesday night’s play. The Yankees still have hopes for the final AL Wildcard berth but can ill afford any more losses on the season. Scheduled to start game one will be Orioles right hander Kevin Gausman as he will oppose Yankees right hander Brandon McCarthy. Gausman has issues with run support as the Orioles are 0-4 in his past four starts.

In prime time regional action is scheduled over national television at 7PM Eastern Time. Most of the nation will get Game 2 of the doubleheader between the Yankees and Orioles over MLB Network. Baltimore sends right hander Bud Norris to the hill in Game 2 as he will face Yankees righty Shane Green. Norris has struggled as he has allowed four earned runs in three of his past four games pitching no greater than six innings.

Others will get an AL Central division showdown between the Cleveland Indians and Detroit Tigers. Detroit is the home team with MLB Network televising. Cleveland has rallied of late to get within five games of Kansas City and Detroit in the AL Central and Wildcard race. Cleveland will throw right hander Carlos Carrasco as he faces Tigers lefty David Price. The Tigers hurler has gotten rocked by allowing 14 earned runs over his past three starts working 17 2/3rd innings.

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