Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Tuesday

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The MLB card for Tuesday April 12th features two games over national television to the satisfaction of Major League Baseball bettors worldwide.

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The LA Dodgers make their home 2016 debut at 4PM Eastern Time on MLB Network as they host the Arizona Diamondbacks. The Dodgers will start right hander Kenta Maeda as he will oppose Diamondbacks lefty Patrick Corbin. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side LA Dodgers the -155 wagering favorite with the return on the road underdog Arizona Diamondbacks at +145 odds. The run total came in at 7 ½ runs. The Diamondbacks are 2-5 on this young season all at home. They opened up losing two of three to Colorado then lost three of four to the Chicago Cubs in their just concluded series that finished on Sunday. The Dodgers swept the San Diego Padres in three straight to open the year. They then traveled up the coast to meet the San Francisco Giants in a four game series and lost three of the four games. LA starter Kenta Maeda is 1-0 with a win against the Padres pitching six shutout innings and allowing no runs. Patrick Corbin is 0-1 on the year with an ERA of 5.14 in his lone start.

On MLB Network at 8PM Eastern Time the World Series champion Kansas City Royals are on the road to meet the Houston Astros. KC will start right hander Kris Medlen as he will oppose Astros righty Mike Fiers. Medlin will make his 2016 debut on Monday. He came over from the Atlanta Braves and saw work during the 2015 campaign where he went 8-6 in 15 starts with an ERA of 4.01. He missed the entire 2014 season with an injury. Medlin threw just one inning in the 2015 World Series. Mike Fiers will make his second start of the 2016 campaign. He spent most of his career with Milwaukee until joining the Astros staff midway through last season. He received a no decision in his opener on April 7th against the Yankees as he allowed five earned runs and nine hit over five innings.

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