Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Friday

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The Major League Baseball season is down to their final two months of the season. The playoff race is extremely competitive so the scoreboard watching has begun as the games take on more meaning now. Scheduled for Friday August 14th from MLB are 15 games to the delight of baseball bettors worldwide.

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The lone game over national television will go at 7PM Eastern Time over MLB Network in the heated AL East race as the Toronto Blue Jays will host the New York Yankees. David Price is the scheduled starter for the Blue Jays as he opposes Yankees right hander Ivan Nova. The Toronto Blue Jays with sharp moves at the trading deadline has put them in position to win the AL East. Heading into Wednesday the Blue Jays were just a game in the loss column back of New York. David Price has been sharp in his two starts with his new team. Against Minnesota and the New York Yankees he pitched a combined 15 innings and gave up three hits in each contest and a total of just one run in the two games.

There will be day baseball at 4PM Eastern Time over MLB Extra Innings channel as the Chicago White Sox are at home to the Chicago Cubs. It will be Jeff Samardzija a right hander on the hill for the White Sox to oppose Cubs righty Kyle Hendricks. The Cubs are serious wild card contenders in the NL. As they close out a series against Milwaukee on Thursday they have won six straight and nine of ten games. The White Sox enter the home series with the Cubs of a three game sweep at home to the Angels.

Two NL pennant contenders get started at 7PM Eastern Time as the New York Mets are at home facing the Pittsburgh Pirates. The veteran right hander Bartolo Colon takes the mound for the Mets to meet Pirates lefty J.A. Happ. The Mets have moved ahead of Washington in the NL East with some cushion after adding some needed bats to their lineup at the trading deadline. Pittsburgh has to regroup after an intense four game series with St Louis which could be difficult psychologically.

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