Major League Baseball Sports Betting Odds Match Up Previews for Saturday

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Playoff berths are up for grabs the final two days of the Major League Baseball regular season. Scheduled for Saturday October 1st are several outstanding games over national television to the satisfaction of MLB bettors worldwide.

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Regional action is scheduled on FOX at 1PM Eastern Time. Some will receive the Philadelphia Phillies hosting the New York Mets. Starting for the Mets will be right hander Bartolo Colon as he opposes Phillies right hander Phil Klein. The Mets lead the Wildcard race by two games over the St Louis Cardinals. In the final two days any one win by New York or a loss by St Louis and the Mets will clinch a playoff spot. New York defeated Philadelphia 5-1 in the opener of this series on Friday. Klein will be making only his second start of the year. Colon was crushed in his last start by allowing seven earned runs over 2 1/3rd innings in a 7-3 road defeat at Miami on September 26th.

Others will receive at 1PM Eastern Time on FOX the St Louis Cardinals that has a home date against the Pittsburgh Pirates. The Pirates will start right hander Chad Kuhl to face St Louis right hander Michael Wacha. The Cardinals sit one game back of San Francisco for the final NL wildcard spot. St Louis defeated Pittsburgh 7-0 on Friday in the opener of this weekend series. Wacha looks to bounce back from a poor start on September 26th where he got lit up for seven earned runs and nine hits over 2 2/3rd innings in a 15-2 home defeat to Cincinnati.

On MLB Network at 7PM Eastern Time the Boston Red Sox are home to the Toronto Blue Jays. Starting for the Blue Jays will be left hander J.A. Happ as he opposes Red Sox lefty Eduardo Rodriguez. Toronto and Detroit are tied in the loss column for the final AL Wildcard playoff spot. Happ is coming off a good outing at home on September 26th where he allowed one earned run over 7 1/3rd innings against the Yankees.

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