Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Sunday

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The Major League Baseball action features 15 games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide. Two games are carried on national television.

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It begins at 2PM Eastern Time on TBS TV as the Milwaukee Brewers are home to the Chicago Cubs. Starting for Milwaukee is Zach Davies as he will oppose Cubs righty John Lackey. The Cubs veteran Lackey is 2-0 in his past two starts and has shown improvement on the mound. He held the White Sox to one run in his start on Tuesday and on July 18th Lackey held the Braves to one earned run in the victory. John Lackey has been hurt with the home run ball allowing over 2 per nine innings. On the year Lackey is 7-9 with an ERA of 4.97. The ERA is over 1 ½ run higher than last year. Zach Davies is 12-4 on the year but with a high ERA of 4.45. He comes off an impressive start on Tuesday at Washington where they held one of the top offensive teams in baseball to no earned runs over seven innings in an 8-0 victory. Davies limited the Nationals to just three hits in victory. Prior to that start Davies held the Pirates to no earned runs in seven innings.

ESPN Sunday Night Baseball is out west as the LA Dodgers host the San Francisco Giants at 8PM Eastern Time. Starting for San Francisco is Matt Cain to oppose Dodgers lefthander Hyun Jin Ryu. Matt Cain has struggled the past five seasons sporting an ERA of 4.00 or greater and pitching what is regarded as a highly friendly pitchers park. His strikeouts have gone way down. On the year Cain sits at 3-9 with an ERA of 5.45. He only went four innings in his last start as he allowed six runs with two earned in a home defeat to Pittsburgh. Matt Cain is winless over his past ten appearances. Ryu 3-6 on the year with an ERA of 4.17. He had been bothered by shoulder problems the past few seasons. He has struggled with velocity but has shown improvement allowing two earned runs over his past four starts.

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