Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Sunday

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Opening Day from Major League Baseball is set for Sunday April 3rd and on tap are three outstanding games over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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The tripleheader of baseball begins at 1PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as the Pittsburgh Pirates are home to the St Louis Cardinals. The scheduled starters will be Cardinals right hander Adam Wainwright on the hill to battle Pirates lefty Francisco Liriano. The current odds have the home side Pittsburgh Pirates the -113 betting favorite with the return on the road underdog Cardinals at +103 odds. The run total is lined at 6 ½. Adam Wainwright hopes for a healthy year after missing much of the 2015 campaign with knee injury. The Pirates goal for 2016 is to win the division and avoid the one game playoff that has eliminated them the past two seasons.

At 4PM Eastern Time on ESPN2 TV the Tampa Bay Rays are home to the Toronto Blue Jays. On the hill for the Rays will be right hander Chris Archer as he will oppose Rays righty Marcus Stroman. The road side Toronto Blue Jays are favored by -115 odds with the return on the underdog Rays at +105 odds. The total is set at 7 runs. The Blue Jays were the highest scoring team in baseball last year. Question is can they can their pitching support them to a World Series title.

Sunday Night Baseball on ESPN begins at 8:30PM Eastern Time and it’s a 2015 World Series rematch as the Kansas City Royals will face the New York Mets. The Royals will send right hander Edinson Volquez on the mound opening night as he faces Mets ace right hander Matt Harvey. The Mets are favored on the road by -115 odds with the return on the underdog KC Royals at +105 odds. The total is lined at 7 runs. Harvey is still penciled in to start despite reports of issues with his bladder. Volquez seems to have his head on straight after going through control issues for much of his career.

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