Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Sunday

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We are at the midpoint of August as the pennant races are heating up from Major League Baseball as games take on tremendous meaning at this point. Set for Sunday August 16th are two games over national television to the delight of bettors worldwide.

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At 1PM Eastern Time on TBS TV it’s the New York Mets at home to the Pittsburgh Pirates. Right hander Matt Harvey will get the start for the Mets to face Pirates left hander Jeff Locke. The Mets look to salvage the final game of this series after dropping the first two. They still hold a four game lead in the loss column over the Nationals. Harvey has been outstanding by allowing just one earned run over his past three starts working a total of 22 2/3rd innings. Locke has failed to pitch deep into games. He has gone 5 2/3rd innings or fewer in four straight which taxes the bullpen.

Sunday Night Baseball over ESPN TV has the Kansas City Royals at home to the LA Angels. Yordano Ventura a right hander for KC gets the start to oppose Angels lefty Hector Santiago. The Angels are in a middle of a hitting slump with much of their lineup struggling right now. Kansas City has won two of the first three games of this series after a 9-4 win on Saturday. Santiago suddenly has not been as effective as he was early in the year when an argument could be made he was the Angels best pitcher. He has thrown less than six innings in four of five starts.

It’s the final game of a huge AL East division series as the Toronto Blue Jays host the New York Yankees at 1PM Eastern Time on MLB Extra Innings channel. The Yankees will send your right hander Luis Severino to the mound to oppose Blue Jays right hander Drew Hutchinson. Severino is looking for his first win of his career. On August 11th he held the Indians to two earned runs in six innings but was hit with a no decision. Hutchison is coming off a home win to Oakland where he allowed two earned runs in seven innings on August 11th.

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