Major League Baseball Sports Betting Odds Match Up Previews for Saturday

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The MLB on FOX returns on Saturday September 12th with regional action over national television to the satisfaction of Major League Baseball bettors worldwide.

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Much of the country will receive at 1PM Eastern Time on FOX an AL East showdown as Game 1 of a doubleheader will be televised as the New York Yankees will host the Toronto Blue Jays. The Yankees will send right hander Michael Pineda to the hill to face Blue Jays right hander Marco Estrada. The Blue Jays took Game 1 of this series on Friday night as they clobbered Yankees pitching in an 11-5 road victory. The Blue Jays with the win extend their lead in the AL East to 2 ½ games as they knocked out rookie Yankees right hander Luis Severino in the third inning. The Blue Jays struck for 18 hits and four home runs in the win. The Yankees starter Michael Pineda has gone winless in four of his past five starts.

Other will receive at 1PM Eastern Time on FOX the Cincinnati Reds hosting the St Louis Cardinals The current odds have the road team St Louis Cardinals -139 wagering favorite with the return on the underdog Cincinnati Reds at +119 odds. The run total came in at eight runs. The Cardinals will start right hander Lance Lynn as he will oppose Reds righty Anthony Desclafani. The Cardinals have slumped down the stretch losers of six of their past eight games as they hold a narrow four game lead over the Pittsburgh Pirates in the NL Central race. The Cubs have been hot and are now six games back of the Cardinals.

In some areas on FOX on 1PM Eastern Time the Baltimore Orioles will welcome into town the Kansas City Royals. The Orioles will start right hander Chris Tillman who faces Royals righty Yordano Ventura. Tillman has crumbled down the stretch as the right hander has allowed 13 earned runs total over his past two starts working just 7 2/3rd innings.

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