MLB Baseball Betting Match up Previews for Wednesday May 15, 2019

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The Major League Baseball card for Wednesday May 15th features fourteen games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide.

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There will be Day Baseball and it begins at 1PM Eastern Time on MLB Network as the Minnesota Twins are home to the LA Angels. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Minnesota Twins favored by -128 odds with the return on the underdog LA Angels at +118 odds. Run total came in at 9 runs. On the mound for the Angels will be righthander Trevor Cahill and he opposes Twins righty Jake Odorizzi. Minnesota evened this series at 1-1 with the 4-3 home win against the Angels on Tuesday. Twins moved their record to 26-16 overall and 14-9 at home. Odorizzi is off to a great start for the Twins entering play with a 5-2 record and ERA of 2.32 and limits his baserunners. Cahill in 39 2/3rd innings of work on the season has an ERA of 6.35 with WHIP of 1.34. Odorizzi at home enters play with an ERA of 0.70 and record of 3-0 working 25 2/3rd innings. Minnesota is one of the better hitting teams in Major League Baseball.

ESPN Wednesday Night Baseball begins at 7:20PM Eastern Time as the Atlanta Braves are home to the St Louis Cardinals. Atlanta is favored by -141 odds with the return on the Cardinals at +121 odds. Over under line is set at 9 runs. Starting for St Louis will be Michael Wacha as he opposes Braves righty Mike Soroka. St Louis broke their three game losing streak by beating the Braves 14-3 to open this series on Tuesday. The loss broke a three game win streak for Atlanta. Soroka has pitched well for Atlanta checking in with a record of 3-1 with ERA of 1.21 and WHIP of 1.04 in 29 2/3rd innings pitched. He has allowed no greater than one earned run in all five starts this season. Wacha has gotten run support as the veteran is 3-0 in seven starts with ERA of 5.35 and WHIP of 1.65. St Louis is averaging 7.6 runs per game in his starts.

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