Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Sunday

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Major League Baseball for Sunday May 13th features 15 games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide.

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The TV coverage gets underway at 2:10PM Eastern Time on MLB Network as the Houston Astros host Texas Rangers. Starting for Houston will be lefty Dallas Keuchel to battle Rangers lefty Matt Moore. Dallas Keuchel has yet to record a win at home. He has two losses and a no decision. Control was an issue for Keuchel early in the year, but he has walked only two batters in his past three starts working 22 innings. The Astros lefty has an ERA of 4.74 at home in 19 innings of work. He has been hurt by the home run in his ballpark with 5 allowed thus far on the campaign. Matt Moore struggled in San Francisco last year with an ERA of 5.52 in 31 starts. It has been a rough start for the veteran lefty and he has a mark of 1-4 with ERA of 7.71 in 35 innings pitched. On May 2nd at Cleveland, Moore allowed ten earned runs with three homers in four innings. In his last start Moore gave up five runs in 5 2/3rd innings pitched. Moore has an ERA over seven in both home and road starts. Moore is giving up too many baserunners with a WHIP of 1.91 which is almost two baserunners per inning.

ESPN Sunday Night Baseball has a first pitch of 8PM Eastern Time as the Arizona Diamondbacks are home to the Washington Nationals. Washington will start Jeremy Hellickson to battle Diamondbacks righty Zack Godley. Arizona has had a good start to their season sitting in first place in the NL West. They have been aided by great performances by their entire pitching staff. Diamondbacks sit second in MLB in Team ERA with 3.12 season to date. They are doing this despite a .228 team batting average which is 27th and fourth worst in Major League Baseball. Zack Godley has been good at home with a 2-1 record and ERA of 1.96. Jeremy Hellickson has held his past two opponents to no runs working 12 1/3rd innings. He is 1-0 on the season with an ERA of 2.28.

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