Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Sunday

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The Major League Baseball playoffs are in the League Championship Round and on tap for Sunday October 12th is a single game over national television to greatly satisfy the appetite of MLB bettors worldwide.

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It will be Game 2 of the NLCS as the San Francisco Giants will be the road team facing the St Louis Cardinals. Things get going from St Louis at 8PM Eastern Time and FOX Sports 1 has the coast to coast broadcast.

The Game 2 pitching matchup will feature Giants veteran right hander Jake Peavy squaring off with Cardinals right hander Lance Lynn. The big St Louis Cardinals right hander stands six foot five inches tall and is 240 pounds. After a rough start to the season Lynn has been very effective. He has had one start in the playoffs and it was in Game 2 of the NLDS series against the LA Dodgers where he allowed two earned runs in his six innings of work in Los Angeles. Lynn has allowed two earned runs or less in five of his past six starts. The problem is he is winless with three no decisions over his past five starts because the Cardinals have given him no run support. St Louis has given Lynn no more than two runs in his past five starts. Lynn has started six post season games over his career. He struggled in 2012 and the 2013 post season as in his 11 appearances in those two years Lynn has allowed a total of 17 earned runs in 28 1/3rd innings. Jake Peavy was an acquisition by the San Francisco Giants at the All Star break as the team needed a healthy arm as they lost Matt Cain for the year to injury. After a few bad starts with his new team Peavy found his good form. He has allowed two earned runs or less in ten straight starts. In his playoff outing in 2014 Peavy pitched at Washington and didn’t allow a run after getting two outs in the sixth inning.

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