Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Wednesday

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The Pennant Races are heating up from Major League Baseball and on tap for Wednesday September 10th are three outstanding matchups over national television that will greatly satisfy the interest of MLB bettors. The action gets underway at 4PM Eastern Time.

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It all gets underway on Wednesday with an NL East contenders showdown as the Atlanta Braves meet the Washington Nationals. The Braves and Nationals will get things started from Washington at 4PM Eastern Time and MLB Network has the coast to coast broadcast. It will be right hander Aaron Harang on the mound for Atlanta as he will oppose Nationals right hander Stephen Strasburg. As they opened up this series the Braves have fallen eight games in the loss column behind the Nationals. Atlanta is in a heated race for the final wildcard spot. Strasburg has been outstanding as the right hander has allowed one earned run or less in four of his past five starts.

It will be a monster game from the AL Central as the Kansas City Royals will battle the Detroit Tigers. They begin from Detroit at 7PM Eastern Time over ESPN TV. Kansas City sends James Shields to the mound on Wednesday Night Baseball to face Rick Porcello for the Tigers. These teams open up this AL Central with Kansas City holding a three game lead in the loss column over Detroit. Porcello has been roughed up of late by allowing eight earned runs and 21 hits over his past two starts working 9 2/3rd innings.

The late night game out west will feature NL West contender the San Francisco Giants hosting the Arizona Diamondbacks with a 10PM first pitch televised by ESPN TV. San Francisco will throw Ryan Vogelsong as he opposes Diamondbacks right hander Josh Collmenter. San Francisco returned home off the road trip three games behind the LA Dodgers in the NL West. Collmenter has pitched well of late by allowing a total of two earned runs his past three starts working 21 2/3rd innings.

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