Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Sunday

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The Major League Baseball card for Sunday August 13th features 16 games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide. Two games air over national television and the Giants face the Nationals in a doubleheader.

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The TV action gets underway at 1PM Eastern Time on TBS as the Tampa Bay Rays are home to the Cleveland Indians. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team Cleveland Indians -199 betting favorites with the return on the Tampa Bay Rays at +179 odds. The run total came in at 7 ½ runs. Getting the start for Cleveland will be righthander Corey Kluber as he will oppose Rays righty Austin Pruitt. Cleveland has won two straight after their 3-0 road victory at Tampa Bay on Saturday night. It was Mike Clevinger pitching seven scoreless innings in the victory with four hits. The Rays have been shut out in back to back games. Now Tampa Bay has to battle Indians ace Corey Kluber who is 2-0 over his past two starts giving up one run with three hits in nine innings at home to the Rockies and Yankees. Two identical stat lines. Pruitt held the Red Sox to one run in six innings and the Astros to no runs in 6 1/3rd in his past two starts.

ESPN Sunday Night Baseball begins at 8PM Eastern Time as the New York Yankees host the Boston Red Sox. Boston is favored by -180 odds with New York returning +160 odds. The run total is lined at 8 runs. Chris Sale a lefthander gets the start for Boston to face Yankees lefty Jordan Montgomery. The Red Sox evened this series at 1-1 after their 10-5 road victory at the Yankees for their ninth win in ten games. Chris Sale has allowed no earned runs in four of his past five starts including on July 15th at home to the Yankees in 7 2/3rd innings. Jordan Montgomery held the Indians to one earned run and three hits in five innings of work back on August 5th. He does not go deep into games averaging less than 6 2/3rd innings of work in seven straight starts.

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