Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Monday

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The Major League Baseball action for Monday June 4th features five games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide. The New York Yankees and Detroit Tigers will play a day/night doubleheader as a makeup from two weather postponements.

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There is day baseball on the menu at 1PM Eastern Time on MLB Network as the Detroit Tigers are home to the New York Yankees for Game 1 of their doubleheader. Starting for the Yankees will be righthander Luis Severino as he will oppose Tigers righthander Drew Verhagen. New York travels to Detroit winners of four straight after their game at Baltimore on Sunday was a weather postponement. The team sits second in the AL East with a 37-17 record and 15-8 on the road. Detroit is in second place in the AL Central with a 28-31 record. They do play good baseball in their home stadium with a mark of 19-13. Detroit will have their hands full as Yankee starter Luis Severino is 8-1 with an ERA of 2.31. Yankees have won eleven of his twelve starts. Verhagen is a callup from Triple A where he is 2-0 with an ERA of 1.32 in six starts.

The late night game begins at 10PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as the San Francisco Giants host the Arizona Diamondbacks. San Francisco is favored by -108 odds with the return on the underdog Arizona Diamondbacks at -102 odds. The run total is set at 8 runs. Starting for the Giants will be lefthander Derek Holland to face Diamondbacks righthander Zack Godley. Arizona heads to the Bay Area after sweeping the Miami Marlins at home in a three game series. Diamondbacks pitching allowed a total of four runs in the three games. Giants swept the Philadelphia Phillies in a three game series at home allowing a total of one run. Zack Godley bounced back from a poor start at Milwaukee with a good performance at home to Cincinnati where he allowed two earned runs in six innings. Derek Holland had a shaky start at Colorado surrendering four runs with eight hits and two walks in five innings. Arizona a poor hitting team does a better job against lefthanders batting .245 and averaging 5.09 runs per game.

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