MLB Baseball Betting Match ups Saturday June 29, 2019

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The Major League Baseball action for Saturday June 29th features fifteen games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide.

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The action begins from London England at 1PM Eastern Time on FOX TV as the Boston Red Sox meet the New York Yankees. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the New York Yankees favored by -133 odds with the return on the Boston Red Sox at +123 odds. Run total came in at 11 runs. Starting for Boston will be righthander Rick Porcello to oppose Yankees righty Masahiro Tanaka. New York enters the London series in first place in the AL East with a 52-28 record as they have won three straight and nine of their past ten games. Red Sox travel across the pond after a 3-3 home stand after beating the White Sox two of three. Masahiro Tanaka is 5-5 in sixteen starts with ERA of 3.21 and WHIP of 1.12. His past two starts were good holding the Astros to no runs over nine innings and Astros to two runs in six innings both resulting in wins. Rick Porcello sits at 5-7 in sixteen starts with ERA of 4.52 and WHIP of 1.35. He looks to rebound after a poor outing at home to Toronto allowing five runs with four walks over six innings.

At 8:15PM Eastern Time on FOX TV it will be the Colorado Rockies at home to the LA Dodgers. LA is favored on the road by -145 odds with the return on the underdog Colorado Rockies at +135 odds. Over under line is set at 12 runs. Starting for the Dodgers will be Clayton Kershaw as he opposes Rockies righty Jon Gray. LA Dodgers have owned the Rockies winning ten straight after winning the first game of this series. Clayton Kershaw sits at 7-1 in thirteen starts with ERA of 3.07 and WHIP of 1.07. He comes off a rough outing at Arizona surrendering four runs and seven hits with two homers over six innings of an 8-5 defeat. Jon Gray has a mark of 8-5 in sixteen starts with ERA of 3.92 and WHIP of 1.35. Gray has been sharp in his past two starts. Two starts back he allowed one earned run over six innings at Arizona then no runs and four hits in six innings at San Francisco all resulting in team wins.

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