Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Sunday

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We now have two months remaining in Major League Baseball as teams look to make their playoff run so scheduled over national television on Sunday August 3rd are three games that will greatly satisfy the appetite of sports bettors worldwide! The action gets underway at 1:40PM Eastern Time.

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Two American League playoff contenders will conclude a series as the LA Angels meet the Tampa Bay Rays. Things get started from Tampa Bay at 1:40PM Eastern Time and TBS TV will provide the coast to coast broadcast. The pitching matchup will feature Jered Weaver a veteran right hander for the Angels facing off against right hander Jake Odorizzi for the Rays. Odorizzi has been in outstanding form for Tampa Bay as the 24 year old hurler has allowed two earned runs or less in his past four starts. Weaver was touched up for six earned runs in five innings in his last start at Baltimore.

The Chicago Cubs and LA Dodgers will finish off a series on Sunday afternoon. The teams begin play from Dodgers Stadium at 4PM Eastern Time on WGN TV. In the series finale the Cubs will throw Edwin Jackson a right hander as he faces fellow right hander Josh Beckett for the first place LA Dodgers. Jackson has disappointed in 2014 as the veteran hurler has an ERA approaching six this year with his 5-11 record.

ESPN Sunday Night Baseball will feature two rivals from the AL East as the New York Yankees meet the Boston Red Sox. The Yankees and Red Sox meet at Fenway Park in Boston at 8PM Eastern Time over ESPN TV. On the mound for the Yankees to close out this weekend series is David Phelps a righty starter as he opposes right hander Clay Buchholz for the Red Sox. David Phelps was forced into action in a starting role for New York as the Yankees lost four of their five starting pitchers to significant injuries. Phelps hasn’t disappointed with an ERA below 4 on the year.

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