Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Sunday

Share |

The Major League Baseball action for Sunday July 29th features fifteen games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide.

Bet Major League Baseball at Oddsmaker sportsbook, where bettors can now Claim their Free 100% Bonus up to $1000. Sign up today and get into the excitement of watching and wagering on MLB Baseball all the way up to the World Series scheduled for late October!

The action on TBS TV gets underway at 1:30PM Eastern Time as the Atlanta Braves will host the LA Dodgers. Starting for LA will be righthander Ross Stripling as he faces Braves righty Julio Teheran. Ross Stripling looks to get back on track. He was lit up at the All Star Game and in his first start since the break was lit up four five runs with three homers in 4 2/3rd innings at Philadelphia. Stripling has spent his first two years with the Dodgers in the bullpen because he couldn’t stick in the rotation despite chances. This year Stripling began the year in the bullpen and was inserted into the rotation because of injuries. He got off to a great start but has had some recent struggles. Prior to that bad outing at Philadelphia, Stripling did have good road outings at San Diego and the Angels giving up one run total in twelve innings. Julio Teheran is going to have to rebound after a poor start at Miami where he was lit up for nine runs seven earned in 4 1/3rd innings. Both the Dodgers and Braves are in division and wildcard races.

ESPN Sunday Night Baseball will feature the St Louis Cardinals at home to meet the Chicago Cubs. St Louis starts righty John Gant as he opposes Cubs righty Kyle Hendricks. St Louis hasn’t seen much of a boost in their production since the managerial change. John Gant has bounced between the rotation and bullpen this season. He pitched five innings at Wrigley in his last start and held the Cubs to no runs in five innings. Chicago will send Kyle Hendricks to the hill. He has had struggles on the mound this season. Team record is 4-6 in his past ten starts. Hendricks is giving up too many baserunners and is forced to pitch out of jams. He has allowed a total of 19 baserunners in his past 9 2/3rd innings of work. On the road Hendricks has an ERA of 4.70 with an on base percentage allowed at .340.

Comments are closed.