MLB Baseball Betting odds & Match Ups for Friday May 24, 2019

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The Major League Baseball action for Friday May 24th features fifteen games over national television to the satisfaction of MLB bettors worldwide.

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Two American League contenders meet at 8PM Eastern Time on MLB Network as the Houston Astros are home to the Boston Red Sox. Starting for Houston will be left-hander Wade Miley as he opposes Red Sox left-hander Chris Sale. Houston has taken control of the AL West division as the team has won 33 of their first 50 games to start the season. Houston is a very good hitting team with a batting average of .276 and they hit both left plus right-handed pitching. Their starting rotation sits with an ERA of 3.78 with teams batting .206 against this unit. Astros bullpen has been sharp with an ERA of 2.74. As they closed their series with the White Sox on Wednesday the team has won eight of their past ten games. Boston is a team that was slow to start the season out on the west coast. They have railed to a record of 26-23 as they closed their series with the Blue Jays on Wednesday afternoon. Sale has shown improvement after a poor start to the season. Team is 3-1 in his past four starts. Wade Miley enters play with a 4-2 record and ERA of 3.51. Both starters limiting base runners with Sale’s WHIP at 1.08 and Miley at 1.17.

The late night game begins at 10:15PM Eastern Time on MLB Extra Innings Channel as the San Francisco Giants host the Arizona Diamondbacks. Starting for Arizona will be lefty Robbie Ray as he will face Giants lefty Drew Pomeranz. Arizona opens this series with a 25-25 record after getting swept in a three game series at the San Diego Padres. Diamondbacks have now lost five straight games by struggling for run production. Ray has pitched well for Arizona with a 3-1 record in ten starts with ERA of 3.25. Pomeranz after getting pounded at Cincinnati two starts back for seven runs in 1 1/3rd innings held the Diamondbacks to two runs and two hits over 4 2/3rd innings. Issue is that Pomeranz issued five walks. Giants have a losing record at home and have struggled hitting the baseball with a .219 batting average.

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