Major League Baseball Sports Betting Odds Match Up Previews for Saturday

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From Major League Baseball for Saturday June 4th features regional coverage on FOX TV to the satisfaction of MLB bettors worldwide in prime time at 7:15PM Eastern Time.

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Some of the nation will receive the St Louis Cardinals hosting the San Francisco Giants. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team San Francisco Giants favored by -115 odds with the return on the home underdog Cardinals at -105 odds. The total is lined at 8 runs. Right hander Jeff Samardzija takes the mound for San Francisco to face Cardinals righty Michael Wacha. The Giants took Game 1 of this series 5-1 as Johnny Cueto pitches six innings for San Francisco. The team has now won seven of ten games. Wacha has struggled with an ERA over 10 in his past ten starts.

Others will receive action from the AL Central as the Cleveland Indians host the Kansas City Royals. Cleveland is favored by -115 odds with the Royals bringing back -105 odds. The total is lined at eight runs. KC will start right hander Ian Kennedy against Indians right hander Josh Tomlin. The Royals have cooled off as they dropped the first two games of this series after the 6-1 victory on Friday. KC is 3-0 in Kennedy’s past three starts as the right hander has an ERA of 2.40 in that span.

It is an AL East battle to parts of the country as the Baltimore Orioles will host the New York Yankees. Baltimore is favored by -120 odds with the Yankees bringing back +110 odds. The over under is lined at nine runs. Right hander Tyler Wilson gets the start for Baltimore to battle New York righty Ivan Nova. New York has now lost four of five games after dropping the first game of this series 6-5 on Friday. Tyler Wilson for Baltimore is 0-3 in his past three starts with an ERA over five.

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