Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Saturday

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The Major League Baseball card for Saturday June 23rd features fifteen games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide.

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On Fox Sports 1 at 4PM Eastern Time the Tampa Bay Rays host New York Yankees. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team New York Yankees favored by -150 odds with the return on the underdog Tampa Bay Rays at +135 odds. Run total is lined at eight runs. Tampa Bay will send Wilmer Font to the hill to battle Sonny Gray for the Yankees. Sonny Gray started poorly for New York but has show recent improvement. He has worked his record to 5-4 but still has a high ERA of 4.89. Yankees have won three of Gray’s past four starts as the righthander allowed two earned runs or fewer in those victories. Wilmer Font has started three games but has spent much of his time this season in the bullpen. Ray’s like to throw bullpen guys to start this season. Tampa Bay have faced a tough schedule as sandwiched between a three game road series with the Astros has been four road games at the Yankees and a three game series at home to the Yankees.

On FOX at 7:15PM Eastern Time the Boston Red Sox have a home date with the Seattle Mariners. Boston is favored by -170 odds with the return on the Seattle Mariners at +150 odds. Run total is lined at nine runs. On the hill for the Red Sox will be lefthander Eduardo Rodriguez to battle Mariners righty Mike Leake. Eduardo Rodriguez has gotten a lot of run support that has carried him in bad outings. Boston is 13-1 in his fourteen starts. Rodriguez has a record of 9-1 with respectable ERA of 3.59. He beat the Mariners in his last start giving up two runs in six innings of a 9-3 result. Mike Leake was on the mound in that game and he took the loss allowing five runs and eight hits in six innings. Seattle had won seven straight in Leake’s starts until the streak was broken on Sunday.

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