Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Tuesday

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All teams return to action from Major League Baseball on Tuesday August 4th as there are fifteen games scheduled to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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The lone game over national television begins at 7PM Eastern Time over MLB Network as the New York Yankees are home to the Boston Red Sox. The Yankees will start right hander Masahiro Tanaka in the series opener to oppose Henry Owens. The Yankees have had recent success against the Red Sox winning six of their past seven games with Boston. Tanaka looks to bounce back after a loss to the Texas Rangers on July 29th as he gave up four earned runs, nine hits and three walks in six innings of work. Left hander Henry Owens a 23 year old makes his Major League Baseball debut on Tuesday night at Yankees Stadium.

At 7PM Eastern Time over MLB Extra Innings channel the Pittsburgh Pirates will continue their series against the Chicago Cubs. The Pirates will start left hander J.A. Happ to oppose Cubs right hander Jake Arrieta. Pittsburgh has played very well at home with a record of 35-17 entering Monday night’s game. Arrieta has pitched extremely well by limiting nine of his past ten opponents to two games or less. He received a no decision on July 30th at Milwaukee as Arrieta held the Brewers to two earned runs and five hits in six innings. J.A. Happ makes his first start for Pittsburgh after throwing for Seattle. Happ was lit up for six earned runs and nine hits in 3 1/3rd innings tossing for Seattle in a loss at Minnesota.

The late night game goes off at 10PM Eastern Time over MLB Extra Innings channel as the LA Angels will host the Cleveland Indians. The Angels will start right hander Matt Shoemaker to oppose Indians righty Carlos Carrasco. The Angels return home to Anaheim on Monday night losers of six straight and nine of their past ten games. As they open up this series on Monday at home the Angels have scored a total of ten runs in their past five games. Run production has been an issue for the Indians in the first four games of this road trip by scoring seven run totals in their four game series at Oakland over the weekend.

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