Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Friday

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Major League Baseball hits the stretch run and scheduled for Friday September 4th are two outstanding games over national television to the satisfaction of MLB bettors worldwide.

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It gets going at 2:20PM Eastern Time on MLB Network as the Chicago Cubs will welcome into town the Arizona Diamondbacks. The Cubs will start left hander Jon Lester as he will oppose Diamondbacks right hander Zach Godley. Arizona has had past success against the Cubs winning seven of their past eight meetings. Godley has started three games winning all three. On the year the Zach Godley is 4-0 with an ERA of 1.90 working 23 2/3rd innings. Arizona is 65-69 and is 11 games in the loss column back of the first place Dodgers. Jon Lester looks to rebound off a loss on August 29th as he allowed five earned runs and eight hits over six innings of work. Three starts back against Detroit at home, Lester allowed seven earned runs in 2 2/3rd innings pitched.

Its regional action in prime time as some of the nation at 8PM Eastern Time will receive the Houston Astros at home facing the Minnesota Twins on MLB Network. The Twins will send right hander Mike Pelfrey to the hill on Friday to oppose Astros right hander Collin McHugh. Pelfrey had a poor outing on August 29th as he allowed four earned runs and seven hits working 3 2/3rd innings in a 4-1 home defeat to Houston. McHugh has pitched very well of late for Houston. He has given up two earned runs or fewer in five straight games. He is coming off a win at the New York Yankees where McHugh gave up just two earned runs in 6 1/3rd innings pitched.

Others will get at 8PM Eastern Time on MLB Network the St Louis Cardinals the home team welcoming into town the Pittsburgh Pirates. The Cardinals will start right hander Carlos Martinez to oppose Pirates left hander J.A. Happ. Pittsburgh looks to rebound as they open this series loser of four straight games. The Cardinals have remained hot as the club has won eight of ten to enter play at 86-47.

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