Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Friday

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Just a few more weekends remain in the 2014 Major League Baseball regular season and scheduled over national television for Friday September 19th are three outstanding games over national television that will greatly satisfy the appetite of MLB bettors worldwide. The action gets started at 8PM Eastern Time.

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Two AL Central title hopefuls get together as the Detroit Tigers will hit the road to face the Kansas City Royals. Things get started from Kansas City at 8PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by ESPN2 TV. Kansas City will throw Jason Vargas in the series opener as he will oppose Tigers Kyle Lobstein for the Tigers. This division race will go down to the final weekend. Through Tuesday’s games the Tigers held just one game lead in the loss column over the Kansas City Royals. KC is also in the hunt for a wildcard berth as they competing among the Mariners and Athletics for the two post season spots.

Regional action is scheduled for 10PM Eastern Time. Some will get an AL West division matchup as the Texas Rangers hit the road to face the LA Angels with MLB Network television. Texas will throw Lisalverto Bonnilla as he will oppose Angels left hander Hector Santiago. The LA Angels will most likely be AL West division champions when this game goes off. They are in a fight with the Baltimore Orioles for best record in the AL which would bring home field advantage in the ALCS. Heading into Wednesday’s games the Angels held a three game lead over Baltimore with just 11 games left to be played.

Others will get an NL West division meeting between the San Francisco Giants and San Diego Padres over MLB Network. Veteran Time Hudson takes the mound for the Giants as he opposes Tyson Ross for the Padres. The Giants were sitting four games behind the LA Dodgers following Monday night’s to Arizona. Then the Giants gained two games in the standings in two days with consecutive wins by San Francisco against Arizona while the Dodgers lost two straight to Colorado.

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