Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Wednesday

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The Major League Baseball action for Wednesday August 1st features twelve games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide.

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There will be day baseball and it gets underway at 1PM Eastern Time on MLB Network as the New York Yankees host the Baltimore Orioles. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side New York Yankees favored by -275 odds with the return on the underdog Baltimore Orioles at +230 odds. Run total came in at nine runs. Starting for the Yankees will be righty Sonny Gray to oppose Orioles righty Alex Cobb. Sonny Gray has struggled with the Yankees on the season. They are only a .500 in his 20 starts and can be the reason why the Yankees trail the Red Sox in the AL East division. His ERA is over five and giving up nearly a base runner and a half per inning of work. His numbers at home have been worse as the righthander sits with an ERA of 6.80 in 46 1/3rd innings. Alex Cobb is going through a nightmare season with a 2-14 record with ERA of 6.08. A bad stat is his 0-8 record in day games with ERA of 7.97.

At 7PM Eastern Time on MLB Network the Pittsburgh Pirates have a home date with the Chicago Cubs. Chicago is favored by -121 odds with the return on the underdog Pittsburgh Pirates at +101 odds. Run total is lined at eight runs. Nick Kingham starts for Pirates as he will face Cubs lefty Cole Hamels. Kingham will start his twelfth game with the Pirates. He is 5-5 with an ERA of 4.80. He looks to recover after a poor start giving up six runs in three innings in defeat at home to the New York Mets. Cole Hamels will make his first start for his traded team the Chicago Cubs. Hamels was with Texas this season and struggled with a 5-9 record and ERA of 4.72. The veteran has been lit up of late giving up 25 runs 21 earned over his past four starts working 17 innings.

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