Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Sunday

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All teams are in action from Major League Baseball for Sunday August 6th so that is 15 games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide. Two games will air over national television.

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The action gets going at 2:20PM Eastern Time on TBS TV as the Chicago Cubs host the Washington Nationals. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Chicago Cubs -195 odds with the return on the underdog Washington Nationals at +165 odds. Starting for Washington will be Erick Fedde as he will oppose Cubs lefty Jon Lester. Nationals starter Eric Fedde had his struggles in Triple A as he makes his second start of his Major League career on Sunday. Fedde last Sunday in his debut worked against the Colorado Rockies got lit up at home for seven earned runs with ten hits and two walks as he threw only four innings. Jon Lester is 8-6 and has an ERA of 3.96 on the year. The Cubs are 4-0 in Lester’s past four starts. These are all games following the All Star Break when the Cubs got hot and overtook the Milwaukee Brewers in the NL Central division. In those four starts since the break, Lester has allowed eight earned runs in 26 innings. Chicago broke their three game losing streak on Saturday as they earned the 7-4 home victory as a -165 favorite against Washington. Cubs had a four run first inning and added a couple in the sixth.

ESPN Sunday Night Baseball features the New York Mets at home to the LA Dodgers at 8PM Eastern Time. LA is favored by -160 odds with the return on the underdog New York Mets at +150 odds. The run total came in at 9 ½ runs. Starting for the Dodgers is Hyu Jin Ryu as he will oppose Mets lefty Steven Matz. Ryu has been bothered by the home run ball this season. Ryu has five no decision in his past six games because he doesn’t go deep into games. Matz is another starter who taxes the bullpen throwing no more than five innings in his past five starts with New York 1-4 in those games.

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