Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Sunday

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It is another full card from Major League Baseball for Sunday May 28th with 15 games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide. Three games will air over national television.

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The action begins at 1PM Eastern Time on MLB Network as the Toronto Blue Jays will host Texas Rangers. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Toronto Blue Jays favored -161 odds with the return on Texas Rangers +151 odds. The run total came in at 9 runs. Starting for the Rangers will be right hander Andrew Cashner and for the Blue Jays righty Joe Biagini. Toronto has won the first two games of this series as they beat the Rangers 3-1 on Saturday. Texas has now lost five straight as their pitching staff has been hammered for 36 runs which averages out to over 7 runs allowed per game.

On MLB Network at 4PM Eastern Time the LA Dodgers continue their series with the Chicago Cubs. The home standing LA Dodgers are favored by -173 odds with the Cubs bringing back +153 odds. The run total is set at 6 ½ runs. LA will send left hander Clayton Kershaw to the mound to meet Cubs lefty Jon Lester. LA Dodgers have moved to 30-20 as they beat the Cubs on Saturday 5-0 behind a good pitching performance by Brandon McCarthy and the LA bullpen. Chicago has been shut out in both games of this series. Kershaw has allowed one earned run over his past two starts working 16 innings.

ESPN Sunday Night Baseball features the Pittsburgh Pirates at home to the New York Mets at 8PM Eastern Time. Pittsburgh is favored by -110 odds with the return on New York Mets at +100 odds. The run total is lined at nine runs. Pittsburgh will throw right hander Tyler Glasnow to meet Mets right hander Matt Harvey. The Mets veteran pitching Matt Harvey has pitched below expectations this season. He is 3-3 with an ERA of 5.36. He is not going deep into games having not pitched out of the fifth inning in five straight starts.

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