Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Tuesday

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It will be a doubleheader of action scheduled over national television for Tuesday July 28th to the satisfaction of MLB bettors worldwide.

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The action begins at 8PM Eastern Time over FOX Sports 1 as the Texas Rangers will host the New York Yankees. The Rangers will start left hander Martin Perez to face Yankees veteran left hander Chris Capuano. The Yankees have now won seven of their past eight games following a 6-2 road win at Texas on Monday night. They now have an eight game lead in the loss column over the Toronto Blue Jays in the AL East division. Capuano returns to the rotation after a stint as a reliever. He was crushed for four earned runs in one inning on July 24th at Minnesota in a relief appearance. Martin Perez makes his third start of the year and is 0-1 with an ERA of 4.91.

Its regional action in the late night games on Tuesday. At 10PM Eastern Time some of the nation will receive the Seattle Mariners hosting the Arizona Diamondbacks over MLB Network. Seattle starts right hander Hisashi Iwakuma in Game 2 of this series to face Diamondbacks right hander Zack Godley. The Arizona starter Godley makes his second start of the year. On July 23rd he held the Brewers to no earned runs over six innings with four hits in victory. Iwakuma has pitched well by allowing a total of four earned runs over his past three starts working 20 2/3rd innings.

Others at 10PM Eastern Time over MLB Network will get an interleague affair as the LA Dodgers will play host to the Oakland Athletics. Oakland sends Sonny Gray to the hill on Tuesday night to meet Dodgers left hander Brett Anderson. LA returns home after a 5-5 road trip after the All Star break. The team has played well at home with a record of 33-17. Brett Anderson is winless in his past three starts and has not gone past five innings in two of those games. Sonny Gray rebounded with a good start on July 22nd following a bad outing against the Twins. He held the Blue Jays to two earned runs over seven innings.

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