Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Thursday

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Major League Baseball betting enthusiasts will be treated to a day night doubleheader of regionally televised baseball over the national airwaves of MLB Network on Thursday night to satisfy the betting appetite.

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The action gets started over the MLB Network at 1:45PM Eastern Time as most of the nation will get game three of the three game set between the St Louis Cardinals and LA Dodgers. On the mound for the Dodgers will be Chris Capuano as he will oppose Jake Westbrook of the Cardinals. Capuano has struggled in his career against St Louis as the LA starter has an ERA over five runs in 14 career starts.

In the St Louis and Los Angeles markets game one of the doubleheader will be an American League east divisional clash as the Tampa Bay Rays face the Baltimore Orioles. James Shield is on the hill for the Rays and he faces Chris Tillman of the Orioles. The Rays have rocked Tillman as the Baltimore right hander as a career ERA of over five runs in five lifetime starts against them.

Game two of the MLB Network doubleheader begins at 8PM Eastern Time as many will get a National League affair as the first place Washington Nationals is visiting the Milwaukee Brewers. Edwin Jackson is on the hill for the Nationals as he faces Yovani Gallardo for Milwaukee. Gallardo has been on the improve of late as the Brewers right hander has allowed six earned runs over his past four starts working a total of 25 1/3rd innings. Jackson looks to rebound after a poor outing on July 21st as the right hander surrendered six earned runs and seven hits with four walks at Arizona in defeat.

Viewers in the Washington and Milwaukee markets will be televised at 8PM Eastern Time the NL matchup between the Pittsburgh Pirates at Houston Astros. A.J. Burnett behind his 11-3 seasonal record is on the hill on Thursday for Pittsburgh as he will face the left hander Dallas Keuchel for the home standing Astros. Keuchel has pitched well at home this season as the Houston hurler has an ERA of 1.20 in two starts working 15 innings.

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