Major League Baseball Sports Betting Odds Match Up Previews for Saturday

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The first Saturday of the Major League Baseball season on April 11th features two outstanding matchups over national television to greatly satisfy the interests of MLB bettors worldwide.

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The action gets underway at 1PM Eastern Time on FOX Sports 1 as the New York Yankees will host the Boston Red Sox in Game 2 of their weekend series. The road side Boston Red Sox are favored by -120 odds with the home underdog New York Yankees bringing back +120 odds. The run total is lined at 8 ½ runs. The pitching matchup will feature Joe Kelly a right hander for the Red Sox facing Yankees righty Adam Warren. Joe Kelly returns to the active list after being on the DL with tightness on his throwing bicep. He spent part of 2014 with the Boston Red Sox after being with the St Louis Cardinals for two full seasons. For the Red Sox in 2014 Kelly went 4-2 and had an ERA of 4.11. The Yankees will start Adam Warren in Game 2 of this series. Warran spent the 2014 year in the bullpen where he had an ERA of 2.97.

Out west at 9PM Eastern time over FOX Sports 1 it will be the LA Angels facing the Kansas City Royals. The odds from this game have the home side LA Angels the -155 odds favorite with the return on the underdog Kansas City Royals at +140 odds. The run total is lined at 7 ½ runs. The Royals will send right hander Jeremy Guthrie to the mound to face Angels right handed veteran Jered Weaver. Guthrie enters his fourth season with the Royals. Last season he started 32 times and had an ERA of 4.13. Jered Weaver for the Angels has seen his velocity dip in recent seasons. He gave up a career high 27 home runs in 2014 and in his first start on Monday against the Mariners Jered Weaver served up a long ball in a loss to Seattle.

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