MLB Baseball Betting Match ups for Saturday May 18, 2019

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The Major League Baseball card for Saturday May 18th features fifteen games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide.

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Prime time action airs on FOX TV at 7:15PM Eastern Time as the Boston Red Sox host the Houston Astros. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Boston Red Sox and Houston Astros returning -105 odds with the over under set at 11 runs. Starting for Houston will be righty Corbin Martin as he opposes Red Sox righthander Hector Velasquez. Houston is red hot as they open this series with eight straight wins after sweeping the Tigers in a three game series outscoring Detroit 24-6. Astros have moved their record to 29-15 entering Friday. Boston has won eight of ten after splitting a two game series at home to Colorado to sit at 23-20. Martin makes his second start for Houston as in his debut the righthander allowed two runs and three hits over 5 1/3rd innings in a 15-5 win at home to Texas. Velasquez sits with a record of 1-2 with ERA of 3.95 in 27 1/3rd innings pitched. Red Sox have won his past five games.

The late night game goes off at 10PM Eastern Time on FOX Sports 1 TV with the LA Angels at home to the Kansas City Royals. LA is favored by -190 odds with the return on the Royals at +160 odds. Run total is set at 9 runs. On the hill for the Angels will be Griffin Channing as he opposes Royals righty Jakob Junis. Angels returned home after a nine game road trip where the team finished at 5-4. Channing is 1-1 in three starts with an ERA of 5.65 and WHIP of 1.33 in 14 1/3rd innings. A prospect in the Angels system debuted in 2019. Junis in nine start this year has a mark of 3-5 with ERA of 5.77 and WHIP of 1.55. Junis has been roughed up of late. Two starts back he allowed five runs with three homers in 5 1/3rd innings in defeat at Houston. Junis in his last start surrendered five runs four earned with five walks tossing 4 1/3rd innings in a 6-1 home loss to Philadelphia.

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