Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Friday

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Playoff races are heating up from Major League Baseball and on tap for Friday September 16th are two games scheduled over national television to the satisfaction of MLB bettors worldwide.

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It all gets underway on MLB Network at 2:20PM Eastern Time as the Chicago Cubs will host the Milwaukee Brewers. Starting for Chicago will be veteran right hander John Lackey as he opposes Brewers right Chase Anderson. The Cubs failed to clinch the division title on Thursday as they fell 5-4 in Game 1 of this series on Thursday. They couldn’t hold an early 2-0 lead as the Brewers pushed across three runs in the fourth and then two more in the seventh inning. Milwaukee returned a hefty +192 odds to bettors who back them as huge underdogs. Jimmy Nelson got the win pitching six innings and allowing three earned runs. Addison Russell at shortstop for the Cubs had two critical errors that resulted in two unearned runs in the loss that proved to be the difference in the game. Both pitchers enter in great form. Chase Anderson has an ERA of 1.12 in his past three starts tossing 16 innings while Lackey has an ERA of 1.53 in his past three outings working 17 2/3rds innings.

At 7PM Eastern Time on MLB Network it’s an AL East division showdown as the Boston Red Sox will be home to the New York Yankees. It will be right hander Clay Buchholz starting for Boston to face Yankees righty Luis Cessa. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Boston Red Sox favored by -165 odds with the return on the underdog Yankees at +145 odds. The run total is lined at ten runs. The Yankees took a huge blow to their playoff chances as they failed to hold a 7-2 lead in the ninth inning on Thursday surrendering five runs to the Red Sox. Hanley Ramirez had the walk off three run home run. The Red Sox are 3-0 in Clay Buchholz past three starts.

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