MLB Baseball Betting Match ups Thursday June 6, 2019

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The Major League Baseball action for Thursday June 6th features thirteen games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide.

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Day baseball on MLB Network is scheduled at 12PM Eastern Time as the New York Mets host the San Francisco Giants. Getting the start for San Francisco will be Shaun Anderson as he will oppose Mets righty Zack Wheeler. The Giants will conclude their nine game road trip out east that had stops in Miami and Baltimore. They had won four of their first seven on this strip which started rocky with two losses in their first two games at the Marlins. San Francisco has had their issues at the plate as the team bats only .222 pushing across only 3.91 runs per game. Giants have gotten good work out of their bullpen with an ERA of 3.71. New York has had major issues from their bullpen as their ERA sits at 5.19 as they continue to poorly support a good starting pitching staff. Anderson will make his fifth start this season. He comes off a win at Baltimore giving up two runs over seven innings. San Francisco is 3-1 in his starts. Wheeler in his last start allowed four runs at Arizona. He has been a workhorse for New York pitching seven innings or greater in three straight and seven of nine starts.

ESPN Thursday night baseball gets underway at 7PM Eastern Time as the Toronto Blue Jays have a home date with the New York Yankees. On the hill for New York will be J.A. Happ as he will oppose Blue Jays veteran Edwin Jackson. It has been a down season for the Blue Jays as the team sits at 22-38 after their win in the opener of this series. Toronto is a weak hitting team with a batting average of .217 averaging just 3.75 runs per game. New York despite injuries to key personnel have a mark of 38-21 after Tuesday. The veteran lefthander Happ doesn’t go deep into games. In his last start he held the Red Sox to one run and three hits over five innings. He does have 15 strikeouts in his past two starts tossing eleven innings. New York is 8-1 in his past nine starts. Edwin Jackson was signed by Toronto from the minors and has not worked out. Jackson has allowed 24 earned runs in 16 1/3rd innings pitched for the Blue Jays.

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