Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Sunday

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The Major League Baseball card for Sunday September 2nd features all teams in action so that is fifteen games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide.

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The action on national television gets underway at 1:35PM Eastern Time on TBS TV as the Philadelphia Phillies are home to the Chicago Cubs. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Philadelphia Phillies favored by -165 odds with the return on the underdog Chicago Cubs at +140 odds. Run total is lined at 8 ½ runs. Aaron Nola starts for Philadelphia to battle Cubs lefty Jon Lester. Chicago has won eight of their past ten games after evening this series at 1-1 beating the Phillies 7-1 on Saturday. Cubs must win in September as the St Louis Cardinals have been hot. Cubs have won Lester’s past three starts. He comes off a win at home to the Mets allowing three runs over six innings. Aaron Nola has had a great season for the Phillies. The righty is 15-3 in 27 starts with an ERA of 2.10. His WHIP is 0.97. At home Nola is a perfect 9-0 with ERA of 1.94. He has allowed two earned runs total in his past four starts logging 28 innings.

ESPN Sunday Night Baseball has a fist pitch at 8PM Eastern Time as the Houston Astros are home to the LA Angels. Houston is favored by -188 odds with the return on the Angels at +164 odds. The total is lined at 8. Starting for the Angels will be Shohei Ohtani to battle Astros righ thander Gerrit Cole. LA Angels have sat around .500 for much of the season. There will be no playoff appearance again for the team. This has been an organization that has been hit hard by injuries to their starting rotation. Angels have had to go deep into their farm system to find healthy arms. Ohtani returns to the rotation since nearly three months due to injury to his elbow. Gerrit Cole has pitched well with a 12-5 record and ERA of 2.85. Cole got run support in his last start giving up four runs in six innings as Houston beat Oakland 11-4 at home.

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