Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Tuesday

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The playoffs from Major League Baseball on Tuesday October 18th feature two games over national television to the satisfaction of MLB bettors worldwide.

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It will be Game 4 of the ALCS on TBS TV at 4PM Eastern Time as the Toronto Blue Jays are home to the Cleveland Indians. Starting for the Blue Jays will be right hander Aaron Sanchez as he opposes Indians righty Corey Kluber. Toronto is favored by -118 odds with the return on the Indians at +108 odds. The run total came in at 7 ½ runs. Cleveland moves to 3-0 in this best of seven series after the 4-2 road victory in Game 3 to the Toronto Blue Jays. Toronto continues to struggle at the plate. They have scored a total of three runs in the three games played thus far as they were held to just one run in Game 1 and 2 combined. Kluber is a hot pitcher right now as the right hander has allowed two earned runs over his past three starts working 17 1/3rd innings.

Game 3 of the NLCS moves to Los Angeles at 8PM Eastern Time on FOX Sports 1 as the LA Dodgers will host the Chicago Cubs. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road side Chicago Cubs favored by -125 odds with the LA Dodgers the underdog returning +115 odds. The total is set at 6 ½ runs. LA will send left hander Rich Hill to the mound to oppose Cubs righty Jake Arrieta. The Dodgers evened this series at 1-1 with the 1-0 road victory in Game 2 to the Chicago Cubs. Left hander Clayton Kershaw pitched seven scoreless innings in the victory with closer Kenley Jansen earning a two inning save. Rich Hill has pitched very well at Dodger Stadium this year while his struggles have come on the road. Jake Arrieta bounced back from an awful start at Pittsburgh as he held the Giants to two earned runs and six hits over six innings as he received a no decision in a 6-5 road defeat in the NLDS.

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