Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Monday

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The Major League Baseball card for Monday April 18th features two games over national television to the satisfaction of MLB bettors worldwide.

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Play begins at 11AM Eastern Time on MLB Network as the Boston Red Sox will be home to the Toronto Raptors. It will be lefty J.A. Happ on the hill for Toronto to meet Red Sox righty Clay Buchholz. This will be Game 4 of their four game series as the Blue Jays will not be traveling on Sunday to play this game. Boston has won four of their five meetings against the defending AL East champs this year heading into Sunday afternoon. J.A. Happ will make his third start of the year for the Blue Jays. The veteran left hander is 1-0 with an ERA of 2.25. Happ worked back on April 13th at home against the New York Yankees where he allowed one earned run and seven hits over six innings of work. Clay Buchholz has struggled out of the gate for Boston. The veteran hurler is 0-1 in two starts with an ERA of 10 runs. After allowing five earned runs in four hits in his opener on April 6th at Cleveland he took to the mound on April 12th where he allowed five earned runs over five hits in a home defeat to Baltimore.

On ESPN TV at 8PM Eastern Time the St Louis Cardinals will host the Chicago Cubs. St Louis will throw right hander Mike Leake as he will oppose Cubs veteran right hander John Lackey. The Cubs have got off to a hot start in 2016. As they took the field on Sunday afternoon they have a record of 9-2. John Lackey spent the past two seasons with the St Louis Cardinals and left the team in free agency. After a horrible start at Arizona he responded with a win on April 13th where he allowed two earned runs and six hits over 6 2/3rd innings in a home victory to Cincinnati. Leake has struggled in two starts as he enters play with an ERA near seven.

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