Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Thursday

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The Major League Baseball card for Thursday September 6th features four games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide.

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On MLB Network at 7PM Eastern Time the Washington Nationals will host Chicago Cubs. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Washington Nationals -110 odds with the return on the Chicago Cubs also at -110 odds. Run total is lined at 8 ½ runs. On the mound for Chicago will be right hander Kyle Hendricks to oppose Nationals righty Stephen Strasberg. With less than a month remaining in the regular season it is a good time to check out the playoff standings. Chicago holds a four game lead in the NL Central over the Milwaukee Brewers and by 4 ½ games on the St Louis Cardinals. Washington is eight games in the loss column back of Atlanta in the NL East. Kyle Hendricks has got himself in good form the past month. He has given up three runs total in his past 20 innings of work. Hendricks has pitched well against the Nationals during his career. Strasburg after recent struggles have put back to back good starts against Milwaukee and Philadelphia giving up two runs over six innings in each appearance.

The late night game begins at 9:40PM Eastern Time on MLB Extra Innings Channel as the Arizona Diamondbacks are home to the Atlanta Braves. Arizona is favored by -150 odds with the return on the road underdog Atlanta Braves at +135 odds. Run total came in at 7 ½ runs. Zach Greinke starts for Arizona to face Anibal Sanchez for the Braves. Atlanta sits atop the NL East standings by three games over the Philadelphia Phillies. Arizona is two games back of Colorado in the NL West race and by 2 ½ games for the final NL Wildcard. Zach Greinke has pitched well giving up three earned runs or fewer in nine of his past ten starts. At home the veteran carries an ERA of 2.16. Anibal Sanchez had pitched well of late but is not getting run support as the Braves are 0-3 in his past three starts. Sanchez has given up one run in each of his past two starts.

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