Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Saturday

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The action from Major League Baseball for Saturday July 29th features 15 games on the slate to the satisfaction of MLB bettors worldwide. Two games will be broadcasted on National television.

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It will be an NL West affair at 4PM Eastern Time on FOX Sports 1 as the LA Dodgers are home to the San Francisco Giants. San Francisco will start lefty Ty Blach to meet Dodgers lefthander Rich Hill. The Giants are struggling on the season sitting with a record 21 games under .500 as the teams opened up this series. Giants lefthander Ty Blach is 6-6 on the season with an ERA of 4.50. He looks to bounce back after allowing five runs in seven innings in a loss to the San Diego Padres on Sunday. Rich Hill has been bothered by blisters this year. He has been limited to 14 starts on the year and has a mark of 7-4 with ERA of 3.48. He started on Saturday at home to Atlanta where the left hander held the Braves to two runs over 6 1/3rd innings for the victory. He has posted some descent strikeout numbers on the year with 87 in his 72 1/3rd innings of work. LA opens up this series with the Giants with a 71-31 mark and incredible 31 games up in the standings over San Francisco. After dropping the first two in their home stand with the Atlanta Braves the Dodgers won the final two with Atlanta then went on to sweep the Minnesota Twins in a three game series scoring six runs in each game.

At 7PM Eastern Time on FOX Sports 1 it will be the Miami Marlins hosting the Cincinnati Reds. On the mound for Cincinnati is Tim Adleman as he will oppose Marlins lefty Adam Conley. Both teams sitting well below .500 as they open this series and way back in the NL Wildcard race. Tim Adleman is 5-8 on the season with an ERA of 5.11. Like many of the Reds starters Adleman sits with a high ERA at 5.11. Cincinnati starters have an ERA of 4.91. Conley is 3-3 with an ERA of 5.62. He is coming off his best start of the season allowing no earned runs over seven innings in a win at Texas on Monday.

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