Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Tuesday

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The Major League Baseball card for Tuesday July 10th features all teams back in action so that is 15 games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide.

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The card gets underway at 7PM Eastern Time on MLB Network as the Baltimore Orioles host New York Yankees. Getting the start for Baltimore will be Andrew Cashner to battle Yankees righthander Masahiro Tanaka. New York is having a fantastic season and is in a battle with Boston for the top spot in the AL East race. Both teams are on pace for a 100 plus win season. What motivates both teams to stay focused is one of these clubs will have to play in the one game AL Wildcard round which has the potential of an early exit in the postseason. Each team wants the security of an AL East division title. Yankees have good punch in their lineup as the team ranks first in homers on the season. Yankees pitching has been good as well as the team is second in Team ERA and WHIP. Tanaka and Cashner have similar ERA’s. But the Yankees are 10-3 in Tanaka’s thirteen starts and the Orioles are 4-13 in Cashner’s seventeen starts. Yankees score an average of 6.5 runs in Tanaka’s starts and the Orioles 2.9 runs per game in Cashner’s starts. Also New York bullpen is far superior than the Orioles.

The late night game gets going at 10:15PM Eastern Time on MLB Extra Innings Channel as the San Francisco Giants are home to the Chicago Cubs. Johnny Cueto returns to the mound for the Giants as he opposes Cubs lefty Jose Quintana. Chicago is in a battle with Milwaukee for the NL Central Race. Both teams could finish with 100 win seasons sending the unfortunate second place finisher to a one game NL Wildcard playoff. Chicago has been a good offensive team ranking third in runs scored and second in team batting. Quintana has had a rough time at Wrigley Field but has been better on the road with an ERA of 3.40. Johnny Cueto makes his second start since spending over two months on the DL. He was crushed in his first start back allowing five runs and ten hits in an 11-2 home loss to St Louis.

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