Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Thursday

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The Major League Baseball card for Thursday July 5th features eight games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide.

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On MLB Extra Innings Channel at 10PM Eastern Time an AL West battle with Seattle Mariners hosting the LA Angels. Starting for LA will be lefthander Tyler Skaggs as he opposes lefthander Marco Gonzalez for Seattle. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Seattle Mariners favored by -107 odds with the LA Angels bringing back -103 odds. Run total is lined at 8 ½ runs. Injuries to their starting rotation saw the Angels nosedive in the AL West race. Seattle is having a great season and they are winning the one run games. Tyler Skaggs has pitched very well. He has allowed a total of three earned runs over his past five games. Marco Gonzalez had some rough starts at the Yankees and Red Sox where he allowed eleven runs total in 12 1/3rd innings. He returned home and bounced back with a win to Kansas City where he allowed one run over complete game nine innings pitched.

At 10:15PM Eastern Time on MLB Extra Innings Channel the San Francisco Giants are home to the St Louis Cardinals. Starting for San Francisco will be Johnny Cueto to face Cardinals righty Luke Weaver. San Francisco is favored by -125 odds with the Cardinals bringing back +115 odds. Run total is set at 7 ½ runs. Johnny Cueto was sidelined with an elbow injury and returned to the lineup after over two months away. He was dominant in five starts as he had a 3-0 record an ERA of 0.84. Giants return home where they play their best baseball with a record of 26-14. Weaver has struggled on the mound. In his past 25 2/3rd innings pitched the Cardinals righthander has given up 22 runs. He looks to rebound after a bad start at home to Atlanta where he allowed eight runs and ten hits in 4 2/3rd innings. St Louis has struggled hitting the baseball as the team batting average is .237.

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