Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Sunday

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Major League Baseball for Sunday September 6th features two games over national television to the satisfaction of MLB bettors worldwide.

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At 1PM Eastern Time on TBS TV the New York Yankees will be hosting the Tampa Bay Rays. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road side Tampa Bay Rays the -133 betting odds favorite with the home club New York Yankees the underdog returning +123 odds. The run total came in at 7 ½ runs.

On the mound for the Rays will be right hander Chris Archer as he will oppose Yankees right hander Ivan Nova. Tampa Bay was able to defeat the Yankees on Saturday night to move New York 1 ½ games back of the first place Toronto Blue Jays in the AL East division. The Rays are still lingering for a shot at an AL Wildcard berth as they trail the Texas Rangers by 4 ½ games with 27 games left to be played. Archer has pitched very well for Tampa Bay as he is coming off a start at Baltimore on August 31st where he allowed no earned runs over six innings. Nova had a poor start on August 25th by surrendering seven earned runs in four innings against Houston. He improved on his start on August 31st holding the Red Sox to three runs in six innings.

ESPN Sunday Night Baseball features the St Louis Cardinals at home hosting the Pittsburgh Pirates. The current odds have both the Cardinals and Pirates returning -105 odds. The run total is lined at seven runs.

The Pirates will throw right hander Gerrit Cole to oppose Cardinals right hander John Lackey. With the Cardinals win on Saturday the team remains six games in the loss column ahead of St Louis. Cole looks to rebound after a bad outing by giving up five earned runs and eight hits over four innings in a loss at Milwaukee. Lackey has held his past two opponents to just one earned run in each start.

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