Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Friday

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Major League Baseball for Friday August 21st features two games scheduled over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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The action begins at 4PM Eastern Time on MLB Network as the Chicago Cubs will host the Atlanta Braves. Scheduled to start for Atlanta will be right hander Shelby Miller as he opposes Cubs righty Kyle Hendricks. The Braves have fallen out of wildcard contention as the team is 14 games under .500 through Wednesday’s action. Miller is coming off a good effort on August 16th by limiting Arizona to just one earned run and two hits over seven innings of work. Hendricks for the Cubs looks to rebound after a poor start at the Chicago White Sox where he allowed five earned runs and eight hits in 3 1/3rd innings pitched.

It will be regional action in prime time. At 8PM Eastern Time some of the nation will receive the Houston Astros at home hosting the LA Dodgers on MLB Network. LA will start left hander Brett Anderson as he opposes Astros righty Mike Fiers. LA Dodgers road woes continued as they get swept in a two game series at Oakland in interleague play. Anderson earned a home win against Cincinnati on August 15th by holding the Reds to three earned runs over six innings. It was an improvement from an August 10th start where he allowed seven runs in five innings against Washington. Fiers held the Tigers to no earned runs over 5 1/3rd innings at home to Detroit. Mike Fiers came to Houston from Milwaukee.

Others will receive at 8PM Eastern Time over MLB Network the Colorado Rockies hosting the New York Mets. Taking the mound for the Rockies will be Jon Gray he opposes Mets veteran right hander Bartolo Colon. It has been yet another miserable season for the Colorado Rockies as they sit 22 games under .500 heading into Wednesday. Mets have beaten the Rockies in eight straight games. New York has cooled down of late as the club enters this series loser of four of their past five games but held a three game lead in the loss column over second place Washington Nationals.

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