MLB Baseball Betting odds & Match ups for Tuesday May 28, 2019

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The Major League Baseball action for Tuesday May 28th features fifteen games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide. MLB Network televises a doubleheader.

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The broadcast on MLB Network begins at 7PM Eastern Time as the Philadelphia Phillies host the St Louis Cardinals. Starting for Philadelphia will be Nick Pivetta as he opposes Cardinals righthander Adam Wainwright. This will be the second series of the year between these teams. Teams played for a three game series in St Louis three weeks ago with Philadelphia winning two of those contests. Philadelphia opened this series after a seven game road trip to Milwaukee and Chicago where the team won four of those games. Entering Monday, the Phillies are 18-10 at home. Nick Pivetta returns to the Major League Baseball after being demoted to the minors with ineffectiveness. Pivetta despite a 2-1 record carries an ERA of 8.35 and WHIP of 2.13 in his four starts this season. In 37 innings in Triple A, Pivetta had a strikeout rate of 12.16 but his walk rate was 4.86. Pivetta was walking nearly four batters per nine innings prior to his demotion. Veteran Adam Wainwright is 4-4 in his ten starts this season with an ERA of 4.82. His ERA sits at 6.75 on the road in 25 1/3rd innings.

The late night game starts at 10PM Eastern Time on MLB Network as the LA Dodgers have a home date with the New York Mets. Rich Hill gets the start for LA as he will oppose Mets lefty Steven Matz. Dodgers returned home Monday after an eight game road trip winning six of those games after sweeping Pittsburgh in a three game weekend series. New York after an embarrassing series in Miami losing all three games returned home winning six of seven. Steven Matz has had his struggles on the road with an ERA of 6.10 and record of 1-3 in 20 2/3rd innings pitched. Rich Hill put together good back to back starts on the road trip allowing a total of one earned run and seven hits with seventeen strikeouts working a total of 12 innings at Cincinnati and Tampa Bay.

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