Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Sunday

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It will be a rare Sunday Night Doubleheader of Baseball on ESPN TV on Sunday June 12th to the satisfaction of MLB bettors worldwide.

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The action gets going at 5PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as the Pittsburgh Pirates will host the St Louis Cardinals. It will be lefty Jonathon Niese on the mound for Pittsburgh to battle Cardinals right hander Mike Leake. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Pittsburgh Pirates the -109 favorite with the return on the underdog St Louis Cardinals at -101 odds. The run total is lined at 8 ½. The Pirates are heading in the wrong direction as the team has now lost two straight after dropping Game 2 of this series on Saturday 5-1. The Pirates have now fallen to 32-30 overall and resides in third place in the NL Central. St Louis has now won four straight and six of their past seven to pass the Pirates in the standings and move to second place in the division. Jonathan Niese looks to break the losing streak for Pittsburgh on Sunday. He is the pitcher in the better form right now with an ERA of 1.50 in his past three starts working 18 innings.

At 8:30PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV the San Francisco Giants will host the LA Dodgers. LA will start right hander Julio Urias as he will oppose Giants righty Jake Peavy. LA is favored by -118 odds with the Giants returning +108 odds. The total is lined at eight runs. The teams have split the first two games of this series. The Dodgers failed to hold a 4-3 lead after ten innings as LA closer Kenley Jansen blew his third save of the season giving up four hits and two runs in just a 1/3rd of an inning. Rookie Urias has an ERA near seven in his first three starts. Peavy is in better form with an ERA of 2.41 in his past three starts.

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