Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Friday

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All teams return to action from Major League Baseball for Friday July 24th so there are 15 games scheduled to the satisfaction of MLB bettors worldwide.

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A regional doubleheader is set for national television. Most of the nation will receive at 7PM Eastern Time on MLB Network is the New York Mets playing host to the LA Dodgers. Getting the start for the Dodgers is Zach Greinke to battle Mets left hander Jon Niese. Zach Greinke is working toward a Cy Young award winning season. He can opt out as a free agent at season’s end and pick up boat loads of money with a new contract. On the year Greinke is 9-2 with an ERA of 1.30 and WHIP of 0.82. He has allowed no earned runs over his past six starts and has held eight of his past ten opponents to 1 run or fewer. Niese after some rough outings early in the season has pitched well of late by allowing six earned runs over his past five starts tossing 35 1/3rd innings.

Others will receive an NL showdown as the Pittsburgh Pirates are at home to the Washington Nationals at 7PM Eastern Time over MLB Network. The Nationals will go with right hander Max Scherzer to battle Pirates left hander Jeff Locke. Scherzer has been nearly unhittable by allowing two earned runs or fewer in six of his past seven starts. Locke looks to rebound after getting hit with a loss at Milwaukee on Sunday. The run support has been atrocious for Locke as Pittsburgh has scored one run in each of his past four starts.

The late night game at 10:15PM Eastern Time on MLB Extra Innings channel has the San Francisco Giants hosting the Oakland Athletics in the Bay Area series. The Athletics will start right hander Jesse Chavez to battle Giants veteran right hander Jake Peavy. Oakland has had good success against San Francisco in the Bay Area series. The Athletics have posted seven wins in their past nine meetings with the Giants including winning three of the four games scheduled last year.

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