Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Tuesday

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The Major League Baseball action for Tuesday September 4th features fifteen games on the schedule to the satisfaction for MLB bettors worldwide.

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On Fox Sports 1 TV at 8PM Eastern Time the Texas Rangers host the LA Angels. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Texas Rangers favored by -115 odds with the return on the underdog LA Angels at +105 odds. Starting for Texas will be Mike Minor as he will oppose Angels lefty Andrew Heaney. The Angels sitting at 67-71 will fall short of making the playoffs for another season. LA has been decimated with injuries to their starting rotation. Even some minor league callups hit the DL with various injuries. Angels are 3-2 on this road trip after their 3-1 road in at Texas. Rangers have dropped six of their past eight games. Heaney comes off a good start at Houston allowing no runs and five hits over six innings of a 5-2 road win. Mike Minor has pitched well on the year for Texas. The Rangers lefthander has allowed two earned runs or fewer in five of his past six games. Rangers are 5-1 in his past six starts.

The late night game on MLB Network begins at 10PM Eastern Time on MLB Network as the Oakland Athletics will be home to the New York Yankees. The Yankees are favored by -138 odds with the Athletics bringing back +118 odds. On the mound for New York will be J.A. Happ to oppose Athletics righty Liam Hendriks. Oakland won the opener of this series on Monday with the 6-3 home win. It was a rough start for C.C. Sabathia as the lefty gave up five runs four earned in 3 1/3rd innings. Trevor Cahill went five for Oakland allowing three runs two earned. Athletics bullpen worked four innings allowing no runs and no hits. J.A. Happ began his Yankees career with five straight good starts. Then he faced the Tigers in his last start giving up five runs with three homers in 4 1/3rd innings of an 8-7 home defeat. Liam Hendriks starts his second game of the season. Hendriks appeared in 23 games in Triple A this season with an ERA of 2.84.

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