Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Wednesday

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There will be two games from the Major League Baseball card on Wednesday June 29th over national television to the satisfaction of MLB bettors worldwide.

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There will be day baseball and it begins at 1PM Eastern Time on MLB Network as the Detroit Tigers host the Miami Marlins. It will be left hander Daniel Morris getting the start for Detroit to battle Marlins lefty Wei Yin Chen. The Detroit Tigers are a .500 team sitting at 38-38 overall as they open up this interleague series. They opened their home stand by sweeping the Seattle Mariners in a four game series. Then the first place Cleveland Indians came to town last weekend for a three game series and the Tigers were swept in all three contests. Miami owns a 41-35 record entering play on Tuesday. They are a contender for the NL East title as the New York Mets have been inconsistent and the Nationals have been struggling in the top of the division. Miami hosted the Chicago Cubs over the weekend for a four game series and it was the Marlins winning three of the games. They went 7-3 on the home stand. Daniel Norris makes his second start for Detroit after pitching six innings and allowing three earned runs with six hits in his initial start.

On ESPN2 TV at 7PM Eastern Time it will be an NL East division showdown as the Washington Nationals host the New York Mets. Steven Matz a left hander takes the hill for New York to battle Nationals right hander Max Scherzer. Washington took Game 1 of this series on Monday to take a three game lead in the loss column over the Mets. Before winning Monday the Nationals broke an eight game losing streak with a one run win at Milwaukee. Matz is in bad form as he takes the mound on Wednesday as the hurler sits with an ERA approaching seven in his past three starts working a total of 16 1/3rd innings.

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