MLB Baseball Betting Match ups Monday June 24, 2019

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The Major League Baseball card for Monday June 24th features seven games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide.

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The action begins at 7PM Eastern Time on MLB Network as the Philadelphia Phillies are home to the New York Mets. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Philadelphia Phillies favored by -122 odds with the return on the underdog New York Mets at +112 odds. Run total is lined at 9 ½ runs. Getting the start for New York will be lefty Steven Matz to oppose veteran Jake Arrieta for Philadelphia. Mets opened this long road trip dropping two of three at Atlanta then won the first two of three in Chicago. Matz has put up poor numbers on the road with an ERA of 6.21 and WHIP of 1.59 in 37 2/3rd innings of work. Matz looks to rebound after a poor start in Atlanta where he allowed five earned runs with four walks over six innings of a 7-2 road defeat. Jake Arrieta is 6-6 in his twelve starts with ERA of 4.12. He come off a good outing at Washington allowing one run and two hits over six innings.

The late night game will be aired on ESPN Monday Night Baseball at 10PM Eastern Time as the San Francisco Giants host the Colorado Rockies. Colorado is favored by -130 odds with San Francisco returning +120 odds. Run total is lined at 9 runs. Jon Gray gets the start for Colorado to battle Giants lefty Drew Pomeranz. Rockies opened their road trip sweeping Arizona in a three game series then have dropped the first two of their three game series at the Dodgers. Jon Gray sits at 7-5 in his fifteen starts with ERA of 4.16. He comes off a winning start at Arizona allowing one earned run with six hits in six innings. San Francisco after losing three of four at the LA Dodgers took the first two of their three game series at Arizona behind strong offensive performance. It has been a poor year for Drew Pomeranz as the veteran checks in with a 2-7 mark in thirteen starts with ERA of 7.09 and WHIP of 1.78. He was crushed at Dodgers Stadium in his last start for seven runs with three homers over 4 1/3rd innings.

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