MLB Baseball Betting Match Ups, Odds and Previews June 7, 2019

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The Major League Baseball action for Friday June 7th features fifteen games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide.

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There will be Day Baseball and it begins at 2:20PM Eastern Time as the Chicago Cubs are home to the St Louis Cardinals. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Chicago Cubs favored by -130 odds with the return on the road underdog St Louis Cardinals at +120 odds. Starting for Chicago will be lefthander Cole Hamels as he will oppose Cardinals righty Miles Mikolas. Cubs a strong home team with record of 21-11. Hamels two starts back was lit up for six runs in four innings in a loss at Houston. He then bounced back holding St Louis on the road to no earned runs with two hits over seven innings. Miles Mikolas has not fared well on the road this season. The righthander away from home sits at 1-2 with ERA of 7.66 pitching 22 1/3rd innings. Cardinals after a poor May has won five of their past six games after a home win to Cincinnati on Thursday.

On MLB Network at 7PM Eastern Time the Cleveland Indians host the New York Yankees. New York is favored by -130 odds with the Indians returning +120 odds. Run total is lined at 9 runs. On the hill for the Yankees will be Domingo German as he opposes Indians righty Zach Plesac. New York broke a three game losing streak as they salvaged a game in their three game series at Toronto with a win on Thursday. Cleveland began this home stand winning two of three against the first place Minnesota Twins. Yankees starter Domingo German has struggled in his past two starts by giving up ten runs and fifteen hits in 8 2/3rd innings at home to Boston and on the road to Kansas City. His ERA is nearly twice as high on the road than it is at home. Plesac starts his third game of the season. In his MLB debut the righthander held the Red Sox to one run over 5 1/3rd innings. His last start was at the White Sox where the allowed one run with four hits in seven innings.

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