Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Tuesday

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The Major League Baseball card for Tuesday June 27th features all 30 teams in action so that’s 15 games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide.

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Regional action is on tap for national television. Most of the nation will receive at 7PM Eastern Time on MLB Network the Washington Nationals at home to the Chicago Cubs. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Washington Nationals favored by -158 odds with the Cubs bringing back +148 odds. The total is set at 8 runs. Starting for the Nationals will be righty Max Scherzer as he will oppose Cubs righty Jake Arrieta. It was another Nationals bullpen blowup as they allowed four runs in the final two innings of a 5-4 home defeat to the Cubs. The Washington offense has been held scoreless for eight innings until they pushed across four runs in the bottom of the ninth but came up a run shy of forcing extra innings. Max Scherzer is in great form as he has allowed two earned runs or less in six straight games. In five of those games Scherzer allowed one earned run or fewer. Jake Arrieta though struggling on the season had a good outing on Thursday as he held the Marlins to one run in seven innings in victory.

Others will receive at 7PM Eastern Time on MLB Network the Cleveland Indians at home to the Texas Rangers. Cleveland is favored by -150 odds with the return on Texas at +140 odds. The run total came in at 10 runs. Starting for the Rangers will be righty Tyson Ross as he will oppose Indians right hander Mike Clevinger. It is Cleveland winning the opener of this series 15-9 as a -175 betting favorite. The Rangers blew a 7-1 lead after two innings. This broke a three game losing streak for the Indians after they got swept at home to Minnesota over the weekend. Texas fell back to .500 at 38-38 on the year. Clevinger is coming off a winning start at Baltimore on Friday as he held the Orioles to two earned runs over five innings.

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