Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Friday

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Major League Baseball for Friday July 31st features 15 games scheduled to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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In prime time a regional game is scheduled over national television. Some will receive the Toronto Blue Jays playing host to the Kansas City Royals at 7PM Eastern Time over MLB Network. Newly acquired right hander Johnny Cueto gets the start for Kansas City to face Blue Jays right hander Drew Hutchison. Cueto a free agent at the end of the year was acquired for the pennant run by Toronto from Cincinnati. In 19 starts in 2015 Johnny Cueto is 7-6 with an ERA of 2.62. His ERA has been under three over the past five seasons. He started 34 times and pitched 243 innings in 2014. Hutchison looks to rebound after giving up five earned runs and seven hits with two homers in four innings at Seattle on Saturday.

Others will pick up the at 7PM Eastern Time over MLB Network the New York Mets hosting the Washington Nationals in NL East division action. The Mets will throw right hander Matt Harvey on Friday to face Nationals left hander Gio Gonzalez. The Washington starter Gonzalez has pitched very well of late by allowing a total of five earned runs over his past five starts logging a total of 31 innings. Harvey has just four wins over his past ten starts. He held the Dodgers to just two earned runs on Saturday over seven innings in victory. Both runs allowed by Harvey were solo home runs. He walked just one batter as that was an issue in his previous three starts.

The late night game airing over MLB Extra Innings channel is Game 1 of the freeway series as the LA Dodgers are home to the LA Angels at 10PM Eastern Time. The Angels will throw left hander Hector Santiago to meet Dodgers left hander Clayton Kershaw. Santiago has wins in three of his past four starts. He has held his past six opponents to a total of seven earned runs total. Kershaw hasn’t allowed a run in his past three starts tossing 26 innings.

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