Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Tuesday

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Major League Baseball for Tuesday August 11th features a regional game scheduled over national television to the satisfaction of MLB bettors worldwide. All 30 teams are in action.

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The action gets going at 8PM Eastern Time over MLB Network as some of the nation will receive the Kansas City Royals hosting the Detroit Tigers. The Tigers will start right hander Anibal Sanchez to oppose Royals right hander Yordano Ventura. The Royals enters this series off a three game home sweep of the Chicago White Sox. Sanchez has been hit hard by allowing a total of 13 earned runs over his past three starts working 18 innings. Ventura has been rocked of late by allowing five earned runs or greater in three of his past four starts. He allowed six earned runs in five innings at Detroit on August 6th.

Others will receive at 8PM Eastern Time over MLB Network the St Louis Cardinals hosting the Pittsburgh Pirates. The Pirates will throw left hander Jeff Locke to oppose Cardinals righty Carlos Martinez. Jeff Locke has taxed the Pirates bullpen of late working 5 2/3rd innings or fewer in three of his past four starts. He gave up four earned runs in 5 2/3rd innings on August 5th at home to the Chicago Cubs as Locke surrendered two homers. St Louis has lost five of their past six with the Pirates. Martinez held Cincinnati to one earned run in five innings on August 5th on the road.

The late night game going off at 10PM Eastern Time has the LA Dodgers home to the Washington Nationals on MLB Extra Innings channel. On the hill for LA will be veteran right hander Zach Greinke as he will oppose Nationals right hander Joe Ross. The Dodgers return home to open this series after getting swept at Pittsburgh over the weekend. Greinke looks to bounce back after giving up six earned runs in six innings at Philadelphia. Ross has pitched well when he gets opportunities of late. On August 6th he held the Diamondbacks in a home start to one earned run in six innings. He is 3-3 with an ERA of 2.80 this year.

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