Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Saturday

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The Major League Baseball card for Saturday June 24th features 15 games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide. There will be regional action in prime time on FOX TV.

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Most of the nation will receive on FOX TV at 7:15PM Eastern Time the San Francisco Giants hosting the New York Mets. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side San Francisco Giants favored by -111 odds with the return on the New York Mets at +101 odds. The total came in at 7 ½ runs. Starting for New York will be Jacob deGrom as he will oppose Giants righty Johnny Cueto. Mets win Game 1 of this series on Friday 11-4 as an underdog. The Giants struggles continue as they have dropped three straight and nine of ten games. Cueto for San Francisco got no run support as he took the loss on Monday allowing two earned runs in seven innings as the Giants fell to the Braves 9-0.

Others will receive at 7:15PM Eastern Time on FOX TV the Boston Red Sox at home to the LA Angels. Boston is favored by -175 odds with the Angels bringing back +155 odds. The over under odds are set at 10. JC Ramirez gets the start for the Angels as the right hander opposes Red Sox veteran lefty David Price. It was Boston with the 9-4 victory in the opener. Davie Price earned a victory in his last start back on Sunday as he gave up three runs in five innings at the Astros.

It will be an NL Central showdown on FOX in other areas at 7:15PM Eastern Time as the St Louis Cardinals have a home date with the Pittsburgh Pirates. St Louis is favored by -130 odds with Pittsburgh returning +120 odds. The run total is lined at 8 ½. Starting for Pittsburgh will be righty Gerrit Cole to oppose Cardinals righty Lance Lynn. Pittsburgh takes the opener on Friday 4-3. St Louis has now dropped seven of ten games. Lance Lynn looks to bounce back from a bad start when he gave up seven earned runs over 4 2/3rd innings in a loss at Baltimore.

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