Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Monday

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The Major League Baseball card features 18 teams in action so it is 9 games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide. One game will air over national television.

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ESPN Monday Night Baseball features the Boston Red Sox at home to face the Cleveland Indians. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team Cleveland Indians favored by -125 odds with Boston Red Sox bringing back +115 odds. The run total is set at 10 ½ runs. Starting for Cleveland is Mike Clevinger to oppose Red Sox righthander Doug Fister. Cleveland had been red hot as they had their nine game win streak snapped in a 3-1 road defeat at the White Sox on Sunday afternoon. The Indians pitching staff has been very sharp allowing three runs or less in seven of their past ten games. Doug Fister took a Minor League deal entering the season. The veteran hurler was signed by the Boston Red Sox and enters with a mark of 0-5 in four starts. His past two outing came in relief. Toronto crushed Fister for six earned runs on July 20th dropping an 8-6 home decision.

The late night game begins at 10PM Eastern Time on MLB Extra Innings Channel with the Oakland Athletics hosting the San Francisco Giants. Oakland is favored by -152 odds with San Francisco returning +142 odds. The run total is set at 9 ½ runs. The Athletics will start righthander Paul Blackburn to oppose Giants righty Matt Cain. Giants offense struggles as they get swept in their three game series at the LA Dodgers where they scored a total of seven runs. Oakland took two of three at home to Minnesota after a four game losing streak and six losses in eight games. Blackburn is coming off a good start on Wednesday as the righthander held the Toronto Blue Jays to no runs over seven innings giving up just two hits. Matt Cain has struggled for five seasons. His ERA has been well over five in Cain’s past three season. He is winless in his past ten appearances.

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