Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Wednesday

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The Major League Baseball card features all teams in action on Wednesday May 17th so that means 15 games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide.

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The action gets underway at 12:10PM Eastern Time on MLB Network as the Cleveland Indians host the Tampa Bay Rays. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Cleveland Indians favored by -145 odds with the return on the underdog Tampa Bay Rays at +135 odds. The run total is lined at 9 ½ runs. Starting for the Indians will be right hander Josh Tomlin as he opposes Rays righty Alex Cobb. Tampa Bay beats Cleveland Tuesday 6-4 to even the series. After a rough start to the season Tomlin has settled down with an ERA of 2.70 over his past three starts working 20 innings.

At 3:45PM Eastern Time on MLB Network the San Francisco Giants host the LA Dodgers. LA is favored by -177 odds with the return on the Giants at +157 odds. Run total is lined at 6 ½. Staring for the Dodgers will be left hander Clayton Kershaw to oppose Giants righty Johnny Cueto. The Giants have had a successful home stand up to this point. Kershaw has got run support this season as he is 6-2 in his eight starts with an ERA of 2.43. LA averages six runs a game in his starts. Giants are 29th and second to last in MLB in runs scored at 3.48 per game.

ESPN Wednesday Night Baseball begins at 8:15PM Eastern Time as the St Louis Cardinals have a home date with the Boston Red Sox. St Louis is favored by -110 odds with the return on the Red Sox at +100 odds. Run total set at 8. Mike Leake starts for St Louis to oppose Red Sox righty Rick Porcello. Boston took Game 1 of this series on Tuesday with the 6-3 road victory. The win moves the Red Sox to 20-18. St Louis still holds first place in the NL Central at 21-16. Cardinals had won eight of nine prior to their loss on Tuesday.

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