MLB Baseball Betting Match ups Tuesday June 18, 2019

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

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It all gets underway at 7PM Eastern Time on MLB Network as the Washington Nationals are home to the Philadelphia Phillies. On the mound for Washington will be Erick Fedde as he will oppose Phillies righty Zach Eflin. Philadelphia opened this road trip dropping two of three at Atlanta as their pitching staff gets crushed allowing a total of 29 runs. Prior to that the team lost two of three at home to Arizona surrendering a total of 19 runs in those contests. Zach Eflin has pitched well this season with an ERA of 2.81 and WHIP of 1.15 in 80 innings of work. Issue is the Phillies give the righthander no run support pushing across just 3.4 runs per game in his starts so his record sits at 6-6. Erick Fedde has struggled in his time with the Nationals. He looks to rebound after a poor start at home to Arizona where he allowed five runs with six hits and three walks over six innings of a 5-0 defeat. Nationals enters this series after splitting a four game home series with Arizona.

Two NL Wildcard contenders meet at 9:40PM Eastern Time on MLB Extra Innings Channel as the Arizona Diamondbacks host the Colorado Rockies. Starting for Arizona will be righthander Merrill Kelly as he opposes Rockies righty Antonio Senzatela. Colorado hits the road after splitting a wild four game series at home to San Diego. In those four games the Rockies scored 48 runs while surrendering 44 runs to the Padres. Arizona returns home after a ten game road trip back east. Diamondbacks got into NL Wildcard contention winning seven of ten on the trip. Righthander Antonio Senzatela has struggled in the Rockies rotation with an ERA of 5.48 and WHIP of 1.62 in 64 innings pitched. He looks to rebound after a bad outing at home to the Cubs giving up eight runs six earned over four innings. He has allowed six earned runs or greater in three of his past seven starts. Merrill Kelly has pitched well of late with a 3-0 record in his past three starts with ERA of 0.81 and WHIP of 0.63.

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