Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Wednesday

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Major League Baseball for Wednesday August 19th features a day/night doubleheader over national television to the satisfaction of MLB bettors worldwide.

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There is day baseball regionally. Some will receive at 1PM Eastern Time the New York Yankees at home to the Minnesota Twins on MLB Network. Starting for Minnesota will be right hander Ervin Santana to oppose Yankees righty Nathan Eovaldi. Santana has been crushed in his recent outings by allowing a total of 22 earned runs over his past four starts working 20 innings. Eovaldi has won five of his past six starts for the Yankees. He continues to tax the bullpen as he doesn’t go very deep into games because his pitches lack movement. New York won the first game of this series on Monday by the score of 8-7. Minnesota fell to 59-59 in the loss and sit 2 ½ games back of the final wildcard spot.

In other areas at 2PM Eastern Time the Texas Rangers will host the Seattle Mariners on MLB Network. Scheduled starters will be Mike Montgomery a left hander for Seattle to face Rangers left hander Derek Holland. After winning the opener of this series on Monday the Rangers have won five straight to move to 60-57 and is in the wildcard hunt. Montgomery looks to rebound after an awful start on August 14th as he gave up nine earned runs and ten hits in 2 1/3rd innings in a road defeat at the Boston Red Sox.

ESPN Wednesday Night Baseball has the Chicago Cubs at home to face the Detroit Tigers with a first pitch at 8PM Eastern Time. Jon Lester the veteran lefty starts for Chicago as he opposes Detroit lefty Daniel Norris. As they open play in this series on Tuesday the Cubs have won nine of ten games. Lester has allowed two earned runs or less in five straight starts winning four of those five games. Norris looks to improve off a couple of shaky starts where he allowed a total of eight earned runs in 9 2/3rd innings.

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