Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Sunday

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The Major League Baseball card for Sunday July 1st features fifteen games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide.

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At 1:35PM Eastern Time on MLB Network the Philadelphia Phillies are home to the Washington Nationals. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Washington Nationals favored by -106 odds with the return on Philadelphia at -104 odds. Run total came in at nine runs. Starting for Philadelphia will be righthander Jake Arrieta to oppose Nationals lefty Gio Gonzalez. Both pitchers enter in poor form. Arrieta has given up 27 runs 19 earned over his past five starts working 25 2/3rd innings of work. In a loss at San Francisco in early June Arrieta spoke out against his organization for their lack of attention to detail when it comes to in game strategy. Gio Gonzalez has allowed 17 runs in his past four starts tossing 14 1/3rd innings. He walked five batters in his last outing which resulted in an 11-0 defeat at Tampa Bay. Philadelphia has had troubles in their bullpen with a unit ERA of 4.42.

ESPN Sunday Night Baseball begins at 8PM Eastern Time as the New York Yankees host Boston Red Sox. New York is favored by -192 odds with the return on the Boston Red Sox at +172 odds. Run total came in at 8 runs. Starting for the Yankees will be righthander Luis Severino to meet Red Sox lefty David Price. Luis Severino has been money on the mound for the Yankees. The Yankees are 15-2 in his starts on the year. David Price is a respectable 9-5 with the Red Sox 11-5 in his starts. Price has had poor history tossing against the Yankees giving up 21 runs in his past four starts working 20 1/3rd innings. Boston has hit Severino as well. In two starts against the Red Sox the Yankees righty allowed seven runs in 11 innings. One of the losses by Severino this year came in a 14-1 defeat at Boston in early April. Price has very good recent form allowing two earned runs or fewer in seven of his past nine games.

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