Major League Baseball Sports Betting Odds Match Up Previews for Saturday

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The Major League Baseball playoffs continue on Saturday October 8th with two outstanding games scheduled over national television to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide.

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The action gets underway with Game 2 of the NLDS at 4PM Eastern Time on Fox Sports 1 as the Washington Nationals are home to the LA Dodgers. LA will start left hander Rich Hill as he opposes Nationals right hander Tanner Roark. Rich Hill was acquired from the Oakland Athletics during the trading deadline. He was on the disabled list at the time. But when he came off he contributed as he finished 3-2 in his six starts with LA with an ERA of 1.83 and WHIP of 0.79. Hill has not gotten any run support as the Dodgers averaged just 2.8 runs per game in his starts. He is winless over his past three starts. Hill last appeared on September 30th where the allowed two earned runs and six hits over five innings of work as he received a no decision in a 9-3 road defeat at San Francisco. Roark had a good season for Washington as he concluded his regular season with a record of 16-10 in 33 starts with ERA of 2.83 and WHIP of 1.17. He sits in good form by allowing one earned run or less in four of his past five starts.

On MLB Network at 8PM Eastern Time Game 2 of the NLDS will feature the Chicago Cubs home to the San Francisco Giants. The Cubs will start right hander Kyle Hendricks as he will face Giants righty Jeff Samardzija. Hendricks had a great year for the Giants as the right hander was 16-8 in his 30 starts with an ERA of 2.13. He last threw on October 2nd at Cincinnati where he received a no decision as he gave up four earned runs and six hits over five innings in a 7-4 road victory. Samardzija was 12-11 on the regular season in 32 starts with ERA of 3.81. The righty appeared on September 28th at home to Colorado where he allowed two earned runs and seven hits over six innings pitched in a 2-0 home defeat to the Colorado Rockies.

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