Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Tuesday

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The Major League Baseball card for Tuesday May 8th features 15 games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide.

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There will be day baseball and it gets going at 1:15PM Eastern Time on MLB Network as the St Louis Cardinals host Minnesota Twins. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side St Louis Cardinals favored by -195 odds with the return on the underdog Minnesota Twins at +175 odds. The run total came in at 8 runs. Starting for the Cardinals will be righty Carlos Martinez to oppose Twins righty Jake Odorizzi. Carlos Martinez is pitching in good form as he enters this start on Tuesday. He has allowed no greater than one run in his past six starts. Jake Odorizzi will throw for the Twins. He has been up and down on the year. On the road his ERA is near five in 20 1/3rd innings of work.

At 7PM Eastern Time on MLB Network the New York Yankees are home to the Boston Red Sox. New York is favored by -200 odds with the return on the underdog Boston Red Sox at +170 odds. The run total is set at 8 ½ runs. On the mound for the Yankees will be righty Luis Severino to battle Red Sox lefty Drew Pomeranz. Boston holds a one game lead in the standings as they open up this series. This is the second series of the year between these teams. They met a month ago with the Red Sox winning two of three by scoring a total of 27 runs. Boston begins this series after winning three of four at Texas. The Yankees are hot as the team has won six straight and 15 of their past 16 games. Luis Severino is sharp right now as the right hander has allowed four earned runs total over his past four starts. But Boston did put up five runs on Severino is his start at Boston nearly a month ago. Drew Pomeranz is 1-1 in three starts with an ERA of 6.14. He is allowing too many base-runners.

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