Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Wednesday

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There will be 15 games on the schedule from Major League Baseball for Wednesday June 21st to the satisfaction of MLB bettors worldwide. Three games are scheduled over national television.

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There will be day baseball on MLB Network at 2:20PM Eastern Time as the Chicago Cubs host the San Diego Padres. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Chicago Cubs favored by -185 odds with the return on the underdog San Diego Padres at +165 odds. Starting for Chicago will be right hander Eddie Butler as he will oppose Padres righty Miguel Diaz. The Cubs are winners of three straight as they take the first two games at home in this series to San Diego. Diaz has struggled with the Padres with an ERA of 7.36 in 29 1/3rd innings of work on the season.

At 7PM Eastern Time on MLB Network the New York Yankees are home to the LA Angels. New York is favored by -190 odds with the Angels bringing back +170 odds. The run total is set at 10 ½. LA Angels will start righty Ricky Nolasco as he will oppose Yankees lefty Jordan Montgomery. The Yankees losing streak has reached seven straight after they dropped an 8-3 home decision to the LA Angels on Tuesday night. With the loss the Yankees have fallen to second place in the AL East division behind the Boston Red Sox. The Angels are 11-10 since losing Mike Trout to injury as they move to .500 on the year at 37-37. Ricky Nolasco is 0-3 in his past three starts with an ERA approaching five.

The late night game is televised by ESPN TV at 10PM Eastern Time as the LA Dodgers have a home date with the New York Mets. LA starts lefty Rich Hill to oppose Mets righty Tyler Pill. LA Dodgers win streak reaches five straight as they have won 11 of 12 games after crushing the Mets on Tuesday night 12-0. Mets have dropped five of six games. Hill looks to rebound after a poor start as he allowed seven earned runs over four innings in a 12-5 loss at Cleveland on Wednesday.

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