Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Tuesday

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We are hitting the home stretch from Major League Baseball as the post season is now less than a month away. From Major League Baseball on Tuesday September 9th there are two outstanding matchups between contenders that will greatly satisfy the betting interests of gamblers worldwide.

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Regional coverage is scheduled over the MLB Network. Most of the nation will receive an AL Central division showdown as the Kansas City Royals continue their road series against the Detroit Tigers at 7PM Eastern Time. The scheduled starters for this key AL Central contest will pit Royals left hander Jason Vargas against Tigers righty Max Scherzer. Heading into play on Sunday the Kansas City Royals were three games ahead in the loss column over the Detroit Tigers. Vargas has been a surprise for the Royals as he enters play with a record of 11-7 and an ERA of 3.14 in his 169 innings of work. He held the Texas Rangers scoreless in his last outing back on Wednesday over 6 2/3rd innings. He has allowed two earned runs or fewer in five of his past six starts. Max Scherzer has a mark of 15-5 in 2014 with an ERA of 3.25 over 193 2/3rd innings pitched. Scherzer has been roughed up as late as the veteran hurler has allowed 14 earned runs over his past four starts working a total of 24 2/3rd innings.

Others will get an NL East division battle as the Atlanta Braves will face the hosting Washington Nationals at 7PM Eastern Time. On the mound for Atlanta will be Ervin Santana as he opposes Nationals right hander Jordan Zimmermann. The Braves are a lot closer to a wildcard spot then a division title. Atlanta, Milwaukee and Pittsburgh were a ½ game of each other through Saturday for the final wildcard spot in the National League. Santana has pitched well for Atlanta this season with a 14-7 record and ERA of 3.61. Zimmermann has shined brightly for the Nationals with a mark of 10-5 and ERA of 2.93 in his 172 innings of work in the 2014 campaign.

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