Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Sunday

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The Major League Baseball action for Sunday April 14th features fifteen games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide. ESPN TV will televise a doubleheader of games.

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The action on ESPN TV begins at 4PM Eastern Time as the Cincinnati Reds are home to the St Louis Cardinals. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team St Louis Cardinals favored by -115 odds with the return on the underdog Cincinnati Reds at +105 odds. Run total came in at 10 runs. Starting for the Reds will be righthander Anthony Desclafani as he will oppose Cardinals righthander Miles Mikolas. Cincinnati ran their win streak to four after their 5-2 win at home to St Louis to start this series. Reds pitching has been outstanding during this streak by allowing only three runs total over the four games. This win streak came after a six game losing streak as the Reds now sit with a record of 5-8. St Louis fell to 8-6 and had their five game win streak snapped. Both starters have struggled to start the season with ERA’s over six for each.

ESPN Sunday Night Baseball gets going at 7PM Eastern Time with the Atlanta Braves hosting the New York Mets. New York is favored by -155 odds with the take back on the Atlanta Braves at +145 odds. Starting for Atlanta will be righthander Julio Teheran as he will oppose Mets righty Jacob DeGrom. Mets had won the first two games of this series but Atlanta grabs Game 3 on Saturday 11-7 with neither starter going very deep into the game. Sean Newcomb lasted only 1 1/3rd innings and Jason Vargas for the Mets 1/3rd of an inning. Braves bullpen has been taxed the past two games with starters combining for only five innings. DeGrom looks to rebound after a poor performance giving up six runs and eight hits with four homers over four innings at home to Minnesota in a game delayed at the start by rain. Teheran was roughed up in his last start giving up six runs over five innings at Colorado.

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