Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Sunday

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On television from Major League Baseball will be two games to satisfy the appetites of MLB bettors worldwide.

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Some of the nation will receive an AL East division showdown as the Boston Red Sox will host the Baltimore Orioles at 1:30PM Eastern Time on MLB Network. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home team Boston Red Sox the -142 odds favorite with the return on the underdog Baltimore Orioles at +132 odds. The game total is lined at 8 ½ runs. The pitching matchup has Miguel Gonzalez a right hander for Baltimore squaring off with right hander Rick Porcello for the Red Sox. Gonzales has pitched well to start the year with an ERA of 1.42 and WHIP of 1.03 over his first two starts.

Those in the Boston and Baltimore market will receive an NL East division matchup as the Washington Nationals will host the Philadelphia Phillies at 1:35PM Eastern Time on MLB Network. Washington is the -240 wagering favorite with the take back on the road underdog Philadelphia Phillies at +200 odds. The run total is set at 7 ½ runs. David Buchannan takes the hill for the Phillies to face Nationals right hander Stephen Strasburg. This is already the seventh meeting of this young season between these two teams with the each team winning three games.

Sunday Night Baseball has scheduled an NL Central series showdown as the St Louis Cardinals will host the Cincinnati Reds. The home side St Louis Cardinals is favored by -180 odds with the return on the road underdog Cincinnati Reds at +160 odds. The run total is lined at seven runs. The pitching matchup has Mike Leake a right hander for Cincinnati facing Cardinals right hander Adam Wainwright. The St Louis Cardinals have taken the first two games of this series. Cincinnati is not hitting as only ¾’s of their infield are getting the job done at the plate while their outfield position players are ice cold.

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