Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Tuesday

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Many division and wildcard spots are up for grabs as we wind down the 2014 Major League Baseball season. Scheduled over national television for Tuesday September 16th are three games over national television that will greatly satisfy the appetite of sports bettors worldwide.

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It all gets underway at 8PM Eastern Time over ESPN TV as an NL Central division showdown is scheduled as the Milwaukee Brewers will be the road team facing the St Louis Cardinals. Milwaukee hit a wall following the All Star Break as it’s the Cardinals sitting in first place in the NL Central as through Saturday’s action the team held a 3 ½ game lead in the division over Pittsburgh. Milwaukee is 1 ½ games back of Pittsburgh with 13 games remaining for the final NL wildcard spot. The Brewers will throw right hander Wily Peralta as he opposes Cardinals veteran right hander John Lackey.

It will be regional action over MLB Network at 10PM Eastern Time. Most of the nation will get an AL West division showdown as the Seattle Mariners continue their road series against the LA Angels. Roenis Elias is scheduled to start for Seattle as he will oppose Angel’s right hander Cory Rasmus. The Angels are running away with the AL West division sitting at 93-55 heading into Sunday’s action and held an 11 game lead over second place Oakland Athletics. Even if the Angels clinch the division on Monday the team still has work to do to secure home field advantage in the ALCS over Baltimore as they held a five game lead with 14 games remaining. Seattle is playing for an AL Wildcard berth and through Saturday’s action the team trailed Kansas City by one game for the final spot with 15 games remaining.

Others will receive AL West action as the Texas Rangers are visiting the Oakland Athletics at 10PM Eastern Time on MLB Network. Texas will start right hander Nick Tepesch as he opposes Jeff Samardzija for the Athletics. Oakland has hit a major slump following the All Star break and is in danger of missing the playoffs as they held only a 1 ½ game lead over Seattle through Saturday for the final wildcard spot.

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