Major League Baseball Sports Betting Odds Match Up Previews for Saturday

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Action from the Major League Baseball League Championship Series continue on Saturday October 15th as there are two games scheduled over national television to the satisfaction of MLB bettors worldwide.

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It all begins at 4PM Eastern Time on TBS as it is Game 2 of the ALCS as the Cleveland Indians host the Toronto Blue Jays. Starting for the Indians will be right hander Josh Tomlin as he opposes Blue Jays lefty J.A. Happ. Both starting pitchers are in good form. Happ earned a victory in his only start in the ALDS as he allowed one earned run over five innings in a 5-3 road victory. The Toronto left hander has allowed two earned runs or fewer in six straight starts with the record of the Blue Jays 6-0 in those games. Tomlin for Cleveland pitched the clinching game for the Indians against the Red Sox as he earned the victory tossing five innings and allowing two earned runs. He has allowed seven earned runs over his past six starts working 30 2/3rd innings.

At 8PM Eastern Time on FOX Sports 1 it’s Game 1 of the NLCS as the Chicago Cubs will welcome into town the LA Dodgers. LA will likely start right hander Kenta Maeda as he opposes Cubs left hander Jon Lester. The Dodgers have one day of rest after their dramatic 4-3 road victory at Washington in the fifth and deciding game. The Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen tossed 2 1/3rd innings and threw 51 pitches so his availability for Game 1 is doubtful after that much work. Maeda struggled in his start in Game 3 in the NLDS against the Nationals as he allowed four earned runs in three innings in an 8-3 home defeat. Lester saw work in the NLDS against the San Francisco Giants and earned the victory on October 7th by throwing eight scoreless innings in a 1-0 home victory. The Cubs pitching staff is well rested as they beat the Giants in four games winning 6-5 on Tuesday.

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