Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Tuesday

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On Tuesday April 7th there are eight games scheduled from Major League Baseball to satisfy the interests of sports bettors worldwide. All games air on MLB Extra Innings channel which has a free trial for the first week of the season.

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On WGN TV at 8PM Eastern Time it will be Game 2 of the opening series between the Chicago Cubs and St Louis Cardinals. Things begin from Wrigley Field at 8PM Eastern Time. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home side Chicago Cubs the -120 favorite with the return on the road underdog St Louis Cardinals at +110 odds. It will be Lance Lynn on the hill for the Cardinals to face Cubs right hander Jake Arrieta. Cubs hurler Jake Arrieta had the best year in his career with a 10-5 mark in 25 starts for the Cubs last year with an ERA of 2.53.

At 10PM Eastern Time on MLB Extra Innings channel it will be the LA Dodgers playing host to the San Diego Padres. LA Dodgers are -170 wagering favorites with the return on the road underdog San Diego Padres at +150 odds. The run total is lined at 6 ½ runs. The Dodgers will send Zach Greinke to the hill to battle Padres right hander Tyson Ross. Greinke has a opt out clause on his contract this year so this could be a monster season for the veteran right hander.

Two AL West division contenders will go head to head as the Seattle Mariners are on the road to meet the LA Angels. Things begin from Anaheim at 10PM Eastern time over MLB Extra Innings channel. The Mariners are -130 wagering favorites with the odds on the road underdog LA Angels at +120 odds. The run total is lined at 7 ½ runs. C.J. Wilson is on the hill for the Angels to face Mariners lefty James Paxton. C.J. Wilson had a disappointing season in 2014 by posting an ERA of 4.51 as well as taxing the Angels bullpen by not going deep in games.

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