Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Monday

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From Major League Baseball for Monday July 27th are scheduled nine games to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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The game over national television gets started at 8PM Eastern Time over ESPN TV as the Texas Rangers will host the New York Yankees. The Rangers will send left hander Matt Harrison to face New York righty Ivan Nova. Nova has five starts since returning from Tommy John surgery and is back in the Yankee rotation. He is coming off a good outing on July 22nd as he held the Baltimore Orioles to just two earned runs and three hits in six innings in victory. Harrison has been hit with the injury bug as well. He made his first start in 14 months on July 8th against the Diamondbacks and was shelled for six earned runs in six innings. He improved on July 21st by limiting the Rockies to no earned runs and seven hits in six innings of work. Heading into Sunday the Rangers got themselves closer to .500 at 47-49 with a four game win streak.

On MLB Extra Innings channel at 7PM Eastern Time the Tampa Bay Rays will host the Detroit Tigers. The Tigers will start veteran right hander Anibal Sanchez as he will oppose Rays right hander Nathan Karns. The Tigers will have a quick turnaround as they must play Sunday night baseball and finish late in the night before their home game to Detroit. Sanchez is 3-0 in his past three starts because he is getting good run support from the Tigers hitters. Karns held the Phillies to no runs in five innings in victory on July 21st.

The late night game begins at 10:15PM Eastern Time on MLB Extra Innings channel as the San Francisco Giants will host the Milwaukee Brewers. Kyle Lohse will go for the Brewers to meet Chris Heston of the Giants. The teams met back in late May with the Giants sweeping the Brewers. Heston in his past three starts has allowed one earned run over 21 1/3rd innings of work. Lohse looks to rebound off a loss by surrendering five earned runs and ten hits in five innings in defeat at Cleveland.

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