Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Monday

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The Pennant Races are heating up as Major League Baseball enters the stretch run and scheduled over national television for Monday September 8th are two outstanding matchups over national television that will greatly satisfy the appetite of MLB bettors worldwide. The action on the diamond gets started at 1PM Eastern Time.

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Two American League pennant contenders will square off as the LA Angels will meet the Cleveland Indians. The Angels and Indians will get things started from Cleveland at 1PM Eastern Time and MLB Network provides the coast to coast broadcast. The pitching matchup will feature Angels right hander Jered Weaver facing Indians right hander Danny Salazar. After a struggle early in the season Weaver has pitched very well for the Angels as he posts a record of 15-8 with a respectable 3.56 ERA in the American League.

At 4PM Eastern Time an AL Central division showdown is scheduled as the Kansas City Royals face the Detroit Tigers. They get underway from Detroit at 4PM Eastern Time over MLB Network. KC will send right hander Jeremy Guthrie in this important pennant race contest as he opposes Tigers right hander Justin Verlander. The Tigers right hander tries to shake off a poor outing on Wednesday were he got lit up for six earned runs pitching 6 2/3rd innings in a loss at Cleveland.

We have regional action in prime time at 7PM Eastern Time over MLB Network. Most of the nation will get an NL East matchup between the Atlanta Braves vising the home side Washington Nationals. Atlanta sends lefty Mike Minor as he opposes Nationals righty Doug Fister. Minor has improved greatly of late by allowing seven earned runs over his past four starts working 29 innings.

Others will receive an NL Central meeting as the St Louis Cardinals pay a visit to the hosting Cincinnati Reds. St Louis sends right hander Shelby Miller to the hill to face Reds right hander Dylan Axelrod. The Reds have slumped badly to fall out of the NL Central race as they returned home on Friday after a 1-5 road trip.

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