Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Thursday

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The Major League Baseball card for Thursday September 14th features 12 games on the schedule to the satisfaction of MLB bettors worldwide.

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On MLB Network at 7PM Eastern Time the New York Yankees will host the Baltimore Orioles. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side New York Yankees favored by -200 odds with the return on the underdog Baltimore Orioles at +170 odds. Starting for the Yankees will be righthander Masahiro Tanaka to oppose Baltimore lefty Wade Miley. With 17 games remaining New York sits three games back of the Boston Red Sox in the AL East race. Yankees hold the top wildcard spot with a three game lead over Minnesota and by five over the LA Angels for the second AL wildcard. Baltimore sits 4 ½ games back of the Twins for the second wildcard spot. Masahiro Tanaka looks to bounce back from a poor outing at Texas as he gives up seven earned runs with eight hits over four innings in a 11-3 road defeat. Miley has lost two straight. He last work at Cleveland where he allowed four earned runs over 5 2/3rd innings in a 5-0 road loss.

The late night game on MLB Network will get underway at 10PM Eastern Time as the LA Angels have a home date with the Houston Astros. Houston is favored by -134 odds with the return on the LA Angels at +124 odds. The run total is set at 9 runs. Getting the start for the Angels will be righty Ricky Nolasco to oppose Astros righty Brad Peacock. LA Angels are two games back of the Twins for the final wildcard spot. LA has evened this series at 1-1 with their 9-1 home victory to the Astros. Houston has now lost five of their past six games. Brad Peacock is in good form for Houston right now by allowing five earned runs over 22 1/3rd innings. Ricky Nolasco has one win over his past seven starts. He gave up four earned runs and six hits in only 3 2/3rd innings in a loss at Seattle.

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