Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Monday

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Major League Baseball for Monday August 31st features two outstanding games over national television to the satisfaction of MLB bettors worldwide.

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The Boston Red Sox will look to be spoilers as they host the New York Yankees. The Red Sox and Yankees will get things started from Fenway Park in Boston at 7PM Eastern Time and ESPN has the coast to coast broadcast. On the mound for the Red Sox will be Eduardo Rodriguez as he opposes Yankees right hander Ivan Nova. The Red Sox three game win streak was snapped in a loss at the Mets on Sunday afternoon. At 60-70 the Red Sox are extreme longshots to snap up the final AL Wildcard. The Yankees are battling the Toronto Blue Jays atop the AL East division. It was another double digit run outburst for the Yankees on Sunday after pushing across 15 runs at the Braves to open the series on Friday night.

It will be regional action at 10PM Eastern Time. Some of the nation will receive an NL West showdown as the LA Dodgers will play host to the San Francisco Giants. The Giants will send right hander Jake Peavy to the mound as he opposes Dodgers left hander Brett Anderson. The Dodgers and Giants are 1-2 in the NL West race down the stretch. As the clubs took the field on Sunday afternoon, LA held a four game lead in the loss column over San Francisco with just 34 games remaining to be played. As they face the Cubs on Sunday night the Dodgers sport a five game win streak.

Others will receive at 10PM Eastern Time the San Diego Padres at home to face the Texas Rangers on MLB Network. The Rangers will throw right hander Colby Lewis as he will face Padres right hander Tyson Ross. The Padres were in reach of the NL West as both the Dodgers and Giants struggled in the summer. But with the Dodgers getting hot San Diego finds themselves 11 games in the loss column behind with a month left in the season. The Rangers are holding on to the final wildcard in the AL. As they hosted Baltimore on Sunday Texas had won three straight and six of eight games.

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