MLB Baseball Betting Match up Previews Sunday June 23, 2019

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The Major League Baseball action for Sunday June 23rd features fifteen games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide.

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On MLB Network at 2PM Eastern Time the New York Yankees will be home to the Houston Astros. Getting the start for New York will be J.A. Happ as he opposes Astros righty Justin Verlander. New York was able to extend their win streak to seven games as they defeated Houston on Friday night 4-1. They have taken the first two games of this series. With the Houston loss the team has dropped six straight games as run production has been the issue. Verlander is off to another good season as the veteran sits at 9-3 in sixteen starts with ERA of 2.59 and WHIP of 0.74. He comes off a start at Cincinnati giving up four runs with three homers in seven innings. Astros are 0-2 in Verlander’s past two starts as they were only able to push across three runs in each game. Verlander has 23 strikeouts in his past fourteen innings of work. J.A. Happ is 7-3 in his fifteen starts on the campaign with ERA of 4.59. He comes off a good start against division rival Tampa Bay giving up two runs over five innings of a 6-3 victory.

ESPN Sunday Night Baseball has a first pitch at 7PM Eastern Time as the St Louis Cardinals host the LA Angels. St Louis sends Miles Mikolas to the hill to battle Angels lefty Tyler Skaggs. The Angels will finish off a long eleven game road trip and have won five of the first nine played thus far. They do sit on a two game losing streak after dropping a 5-1 decision at St Louis in the series opener. Cardinals entered this home series after splitting a four game series at home to last place Miami. Tyler Skaggs comes off a good outing at Toronto where he allowed one run and three hits over 7 1/3rd inning of a 3-1 win. Miles Mikolas looks to build off a good outing at home to Miami where the righty held the Marlins to no runs and six hits over six innings of work.

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