Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Thursday

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There will be 12 games on the schedule from Major League Baseball for Thursday July 6th to the satisfaction of MLB bettors worldwide. Two games will air over national television.

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It all gets underway at 2:20PM Eastern Time on MLB Network as the Chicago Cubs will host the Milwaukee Brewers. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Chicago Cubs favored by -158 odds with the return on the Milwaukee Brewers at +148 odds. Mike Montgomery a lefthander is on the mound for the Cubs to oppose Brewers righty Zach Davies. This is a one game series as it is being made up from a weather postponement earlier in the season. The Cubs sit at .500 and two games in the loss column back of first place Milwaukee after their 7-3 home victory to Tampa Bay as a -175 betting odds favorite Wednesday. Milwaukee has won three straight and six of seven games after their three game home sweep of the Baltimore Orioles. Montgomery has put up some good numbers this season with an ERA of 2.80. Problem is he is getting no run support as his record is 1-5 on the year. Davies is getting run support as his ERA is 5.03 on the year and a mark of 9-4. Milwaukee averages 5.7 runs per game in Davies starts on the season.

On MLB Network at 7PM Eastern Time the Toronto Blue Jays will welcome into town the Houston Astros. Houston is favored by -155 odds with the return on the Blue Jays at +145 odds. The run total is lined at 9 runs. Starting for Toronto will be lefty Francisco Liriano as he will oppose Astros righty Lance McCullers. Liriano is in poor form. The veteran has allowed 12 earned runs over his past three starts working 16 2/3rd innings. His walks are over five batters per nine innings of work on this season. McCullers has held eight of his past ten opponents to two earned runs or fewer. Six of McCullers eight opponents has pushed across one or fewer runs.

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