Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Wednesday

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We have reached the final two weeks of the 2014 Major League Baseball schedule and the pennant races are heating up with division titles and wildcard spots still undecided in many instances. Scheduled for Wednesday September 17th and four outstanding matchups over national television that will greatly satisfy the interest of MLB Bettors worldwide. The action on the diamond gets going at 3PM Eastern Time.

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MLB Network will provide regional coverage to kick off this TV card. Most will receive and NL West contest as the LA Dodgers will conclude a series against the Colorado Rockies. The Dodgers and Rockies will get things started at 3:10PM Eastern Time over MLB Network. Colorado will send left hander Jorge De La Rosa to the mound. For the Dodgers its Hyun Jin Ryu turn in the rotation but he is listed as questionable. De La Rosa had allowed no more than three earned runs in his past four home starts.

Others will receive the San Francisco Giants concluding a series on the road against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Things begin from Arizona at 3:40PM Eastern Time on MLB Network. Left hander Madison Bumgarner will hit the mound for San Francisco to face Diamondbacks right hander Randal Delgado. Bumgarner has looked sharp in his recent outings as the Giants hurler has allowed one earned runs or less in three of his past four starts.

At 7PM Eastern Time the nation will receive an NL East division battle as the Washington Nationals will visit the Atlanta Braves over ESPN TV. Gio Gonzalez takes the hill for the Nationals to face Mike Minor for the Braves. Minor looks to rebound after a poor start at Texas where he allowed five earned runs and eight hits with eight walks in 4 2/3rd innings.

The late night game at 10PM Eastern Time over ESPN will feature the Seattle Mariners traveling to take on the LA Angels. Left hander James Paxton takes the hill for the Mariners as he will oppose Angels veteran left hander C.J. Wilson. Paxon has been outstanding giving up one earned run or less in six of his past seven starts.

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