MLB Baseball Betting Match ups Wednesday June 26, 2019

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The Major League Baseball action for Wednesday June 26th features fifteen games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide.

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There is Day Baseball on the schedule, and it gets underway at 1PM Eastern Time on MLB Network as the New York Yankees host the Toronto Blue Jays. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side New York Yankees favored by -265 odds with the return on the underdog Toronto Blue Jays at +225 odds. Run total came in at 10 runs. Starting for New York is James Paxton to battle Blue Jays righty Trent Thornton. With the Yankees win in the opener of this series the team has now won nine of their past ten games. New York offense has been strong scoring seven runs or greater in four of their past six games. It is a down season for the Blue Jays with a 29-50 record. They are a weak hitting lineup that bats .225. Thornton is 2-5 in sixteen starts with ERA of 4.25 and WHIP of 1.40. The righthander has allowed three earned runs or fewer in eight of his ten starts. Paxton sits at 5-3 in twelve starts with ERA of 3.75. Paxton comes off a good start at home to Houston limiting the Astros to one run over five innings.

On MLB Network at 8PM Eastern Time it is the Chicago Cubs at home to the Atlanta Braves. Chicago is favored by -115 odds with the Braves brining back -105 odds. Starting for Chicago will be veteran Yu Darvish to oppose Braves lefty Dallas Keuchel. With the Cubs win in the opener of this series the team has won four of six. Darvish is 2-3 in sixteen starts with ERA of 4.75 and WHIP of 1.36. He looks to rebound after allowing four earned runs over six innings in a home defeat to New York Mets. He has allowed five homers in his past 19 innings of work. Dallas Keuchel was recently signed by Atlanta in free agency. The former Astros starter has seen his production decrease and teams were hesitant to invest a fortune on a long term free agent contract. In his first start the lefthander allowed three earned runs with eight hits over five innings in a defeat at Washington.

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