Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Sunday

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It is a full schedule of 15 games from Major League Baseball for Sunday June 17th to the satisfaction of MLB bettors worldwide.

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A nice one is scheduled on MLB Extra Innings Channel at 4PM Eastern Time as the Seattle Mariners host Boston Red Sox. Boston will start lefthander Eduardo Rodriguez to face Mariners righthander Mike Leake. Eduardo Rodriguez has gotten lots of run support this season. He is 8-1 with an ERA of 3.64. To his credit Rodriguez has pitched well of late by allowing two earned runs or fewer in five straight starts. Leake despite an ERA of 4.26 still has a 7-3 record on the season. Like Rodriguez, Leake is pitching in good form by giving up two earned runs or fewer in five of his past starts as well. Many expected Boston to compete for an AL East title. Seattle has been a surprise as they are battling the Houston Astros atop the AL West standings. Despite playing in a pitchers park in Seattle, the Mariners sit eighth in Major League Baseball in homers on the season. They are led by Nelson Cruz who has hit 16 homers on the year. Seattle has gotten good production in their starting rotation from Marco Gonzales.

ESPN Sunday Night Baseball goes off at 8PM Eastern Time as the St Louis Cardinals host Chicago Cubs. Starting for St Louis will be Jack Flaherty as he will oppose Cubs lefty Jose Quintana. Jack Flaherty enters play with a 3-2 record with ERA of 2.96. His last start was a winning one by holding the Padres to one run in 6 1/3rd innings. Jose Quintana sits at 6-4 with an ERA of 4.09. He has struggled at home and pitched well on the road. Quintana sports an ERA of 2.68 on the highway and at 6.00 at Wrigley Field. Chicago opened this series on an offensive slump being held to two runs or fewer in four of their past five games. Cubs have gotten solid work from their starting and bullpen staff. They sit second in Team ERA combined at 3.17. St Louis has struggled at the plate this year sitting in the bottom half of baseball with a team batting average of .243.

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