Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Tuesday

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The Major League Baseball playoff card for Tuesday October 16th features two games from the League Championship Series over national television to the satisfaction of MLB bettors worldwide.

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The action begins at 5PM Eastern Time on TBS TV with Game 3 of the ALCS as the Houston Astros are home to the Boston Red Sox. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Houston Astros favored by -130 odds with the return on the underdog Boston Red Sox at +120 odds. Starting for Houston will be lefty Dallas Keuchel to oppose Red Sox righthander Nathan Eovaldi. The series moves to Houston tied at 1-1. Boston down 0-1 bounced back in Game 2 with the 7-5 victory. They got to Astros starter Gerrit Cole early for two runs in the bottom of the first and three runs in the third inning. David Price the starter for Boston had a shaky performance tossing 4 2/3rd innings and giving up four earned runs with four walks. Nathan Eovaldi worked in the ALDS at the New York Yankees and got the win limiting New York to one run and five hits over seven innings. Dallas Keuchel faced Cleveland in his ALDS start allowing two runs over five innings of an 11-3 win.

It will be Game 4 of the NLCS on Fox Sports 1 TV at 9PM Eastern Time as the LA Dodgers host the Milwaukee Brewers. LA Dodgers are favored by -162 odds with the return on the Milwaukee Brewers at +142 odds. Starting for LA will be Rich Hill to face Brewers lefty Gio Gonzalez. Milwaukee is up 2-1 in this series after their 4-0 win in Game 3. Gio Gonzalez returns to the hill after starting the opener of this series on Friday but working only two innings allowing one run and one hit before turning it over to the bullpen. Rich Hill makes his second post season appearance of 2018. He worked in the NLDS at Atlanta allowing two runs and four hits over 4 1/3rd innings. Hill does not go deep into games often seeing the lineup twice before exiting the game.

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