Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Monday

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The card from Major League Baseball for Monday August 7th features seven games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide. Two games air over national television.

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It all begins at 7PM Eastern Time on MLB Network as the Washington Nationals will host the Miami Marlins. Starting for the Nationals will be righty Max Scherzer as he will oppose Marlins lefty Chris O’Grady. The teams met for a three game series last week with the Marlins winning two of three. O’Grady for the Marlins is coming off a poor start at home to the Nationals on Tuesday as he gave up six earned runs and seven hits in only three innings of work. Max Scherzer is having an outstanding season on the mound with a record of 12-5 and ERA of 2.21. He has 201 strikeouts in 146 1/3rd innings of work. Nationals took two of three on the road to the Chicago Cubs over the weekend following their 9-4 road victory on Sunday afternoon.

ESPN Monday Night Baseball features the San Francisco Giants at home to the Chicago Cubs at 10PM Eastern Time. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team Chicago Cubs favored by -195 odds with San Francisco returning +175 odds. The run total is lined at eight runs. On the hill for Chicago will be righty Jake Arrieta as he will oppose Giants lefty Matt Moore. The Cubs lead in the NL Central has dipped down to two games in the standings as the team has dropped four of five after Sunday’s defeat. Jake Arrieta has pitched well since the All Star break as the righthander has allowed no more than two earned runs over his past four starts working six innings or greater. He held the Diamondbacks to one earned run over seven innings giving up three hits in his outing on Wednesday. San Francisco is going through a miserable season sitting at 44-69 entering this series. They did beat Arizona in two of three at home over the weekend. Matt Moore is winless over his past seven decisions with four losses and three no decisions.

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