Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Tuesday

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Major League Baseball playoff races are heating up and scheduled for Tuesday August 19th is regional action in prime time between contenders that will greatly satisfy the appetite of MLB bettors worldwide.

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Most of the nation will receive an NL Central showdown as the Cincinnati Reds will meet the St Louis Cardinals. The Reds and Cardinals will get things started from St Louis at 8:15PM Eastern Time and MLB Network has the coast to coast broadcast. The scheduled starters for this Tuesday key division contest will feature Cincinnati right hander Alfredo Simon facing veteran Cardinals right hander John Lackey. Simon is 12-8 on the year with an ERA of 3.28 pitching 148 innings for Cincinnati. Alfredo Simon has logged a career high innings and has struggled over his past three starts by giving up a total of twelve earned runs pitching fifteen innings with nine walks and twenty hits allowed. That adds up to nearly two base runners allowed per inning. Lackey will make his fourth start with the Cardinals since being traded by the Boston Red Sox near the deadline. In his two home starts John Lackey has allowed two earned runs pitching seven innings in each game against the Padres and Brewers. He had one bad start allowing nine earned runs at Baltimore.

Other areas of the country will receive an interleague affair as the Toronto Blue Jays makes the road trip to play the Milwaukee Brewers. The teams begin play from Milwaukee at 8:10PM Eastern Time over MLB Network. The pitching matchup scheduled for the opener of this interleague series will feature J.A. Happ a left hander for Toronto as he opposes Brewers right hander Mike Fiers. Happ is 8-7 on the year for Toronto with an ERA of 4.20 over 109 1/3rd innings. After four straight solid outings he had a bad on August 12th taking a loss at Seattle giving up four earned runs over six innings. Fiers was a recent call up from the minor leagues and has put together two good starts since by allowing a total of one earned run over 14 innings in wins against the Dodgers and Cubs.

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