Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Monday

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The Major League Baseball card for Monday August 29th features 14 games scheduled to the satisfaction of MLB bettors worldwide.

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The action begins at 8PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as the Texas Rangers will host the Seattle Mariners. Starting for Texas will be right hander Yu Darvish as he opposes Mariners righty Hisashi Iwakuma. The Rangers have had good success against the Mariners winning six of their previous seven meetings. Seattle enters Sunday with a mark of 68-61 and has failed to gain ground on the Rangers in the AL West dropping four of five games as they conclude their road series at the Chicago White Sox. The Rangers have won two of three thus far in their four game weekend home series against the first place Cleveland Indians. Iwakuma looks to break a two game losing streak. He last appeared on August at home to the New York Yankees where he allowed three earned runs and six hits in six innings of work in a 5-0 home defeat. Darvish has been battling injuries the past two seasons. He makes his 12th start of the year and sits at 4-3 with an ERA of 2.91 on the campaign. He received a no decision at home on August 24th as he allowed three earned runs, four hits with five walks in six innings in a 6-5 road victory at Cincinnati.

At 7PM Eastern Time on MLB Extra Innings Channel the New York Mets will host the Miami Marlins. Starting for New York will be right hander Rafael Montero as he opposes Marlins righty Jose Fernandez. With just over a month remaining in the season the Mets still are still in the NL Wildcard race. As the team closes a three game series with the Philadelphia Phillies on Sunday the team has won three straight and six of their past seven games. At 67-62 as the Marlins closed a home series with the Padres on Sunday the club is still competing in a tight race for a wildcard. Fernandez pitches brilliantly at home. On August 24th he shutout a red hot Kansas City Royals team at home by allowing no runs over seven innings.

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