Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Friday

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The Friday night menu from Major League Baseball will feature a nationally televised game distributed regionally on the MLB Network for betting aficionados. The action gets started at 7PM Eastern Time.

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Most of the nation will get the AL east heated divisional rivalry as the New York Yankees will pay a visit to Fenway Park to face the Boston Red Sox. The scheduled starters for game one of this weekend series will be Hiroki Kuroda on the hill for the Yankees as he will oppose Josh Beckett from Boston. Kuroda enters play with a record of 8-7 on the year with an ERA of 3.17 with now over 100 innings pitched season to date. After a bumpy start with his new team the former Dodger hurler has pitched very well in recent starts. Kuroda has allowed two earned runs or less in seven of his past eight games with five starts where he allowed one run or less. Kuroda is coming off an outing on Saturday where he allowed no earned runs and three hits over seven innings striking out 11 Chicago White Sox hitters at Yankees Stadium. Beckett owns a 4-7 record in 2012 with an ERA of 4.06 and WHIP of just 1.15. Beckett had a recent 15 day stint on the DL with shoulder inflammation and in his first start back in the rotation on Saturday he allowed just two earned runs and four hits to the Seattle Mariners.

Those in the New York and Boston markets will get an American League tangle between Tampa Bay Rays who will travel to face the Cleveland Indians. Game two of this series will find a pitching matchup of Alex Cobb for Tampa Bay going head to head with Justin Masterson from the Indians. Cobb has a 2012 record of 3-5 on the season with an ERA of nearly five runs. His past two starts have been shaky as the Rays right hander has allowed a combined 12 earned runs combined over this past two starts working 13 1/3rd innings against the Tigers and Royals. Justin Masterson sits with a mark of 5-7 with an ERA of 3.92 in 17 assignments on the year. He is in good form by allowing one earned runs or less in four of his past five starts averaging just over seven innings per start.

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