Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Sunday

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We are in the home stretch from Major League Baseball as the division and wildcard races are tight and scheduled over national television on Sunday September 14th are two outstanding matchups over national television that will greatly satisfy the appetite of MLB bettors worldwide.

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It all begins with an AL Central division showdown as the Cleveland Indians closing out a series with the Detroit Tigers. Things get started from Detroit at 1PM Eastern Time and TBS TV has the coast to coast broadcast. The scheduled starters for the series finale will feature Indians right hander Trevor Bauer as he will oppose Tigers right hander Justin Verlander. Heading into the weekend action the Tigers were a game behind the Kansas City Royals in the loss column for the lead in the AL Central division with just 16 games remaining. Detroit held a ½ game lead over Seattle for the final AL Wildcard spot. The Indians are four games back of division leaders Kansas City Royals with 17 games left to be played. Cleveland is 3 ½ games back of the final wildcard spot.

Sunday Night Baseball over ESPN TV will feature an AL East division battle between as the New York Yankees and Baltimore Orioles conclude their weekend four game series. The Yankees and Orioles begin play from Baltimore at 8PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV will televise. The Yankees will throw veteran right hander Hiroki Kuroda as he faces Orioles right hander Chris Tillman. The Orioles are running away with the AL East division as they hold a ten game lead heading into the beginning of this series. They are four back of the Angels for home field advantage in the ALCS. The Yankees won’t win the AL East this year and is sitting four games behind the Tigers for the final AL Wildcard berth with 18 games left to be played. Problem is for the Yankees as they must pass three other teams to catch the Tigers as there are seven teams fighting for the two AL wildcard berths as Oakland has fallen back to the pack.

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