MLB Baseball Sports Betting Match up Chicago Cubs vs Cincinnati Reds September 17, 2019

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The Major League Baseball action for Tuesday September 17th features fifteen games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide.

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ESPN Tuesday Night Baseball begins at 8PM Eastern Time as the Chicago Cubs host the Cincinnati Reds. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Chicago Cubs favored by -156 odds with the return on the underdog Cincinnati Reds at +136 odds. Starting for Cincinnati will be Sonny Gray as he will oppose Cubs righty Yu Darvish. Chicago is in a battle for the NL Central division as they trail the St Louis Cardinals by two games with only 12 games remaining to be played. With a slump after the All Star break the Reds are out of contention. Sonny Gray has pitched well throughout the season sitting with a 10-7 record with ERA of 2.80. Yu Darvish has held his past three opponents to one earned run total in 19 innings pitched. Cubs carry a five game win streak after their 8-2 win in the opener of this series.

The late night game has a start time of 10PM Eastern Time on YouTube as the LA Dodgers welcome into town the Tampa Bay Rays. LA is favored by -120 odds with Tampa Bay returning -110 odds. Run total is set at 8 runs. On the hill for LA will be Ross Stripling to battle Rays lefty Blake Snell. LA has won the NL West division and holds a four game lead on Atlanta for best record in the National League. They are one game back of Houston and New York Yankees for best record in baseball which brings home field for the entire MLB playoffs. Tampa Bay is battling for an AL Wildcard spot as they sit 1 ½ games up on Cleveland with 11 games remaining for the final spot. Ross Stripling has moved back and forth between the starting rotation and bullpen. He last started on Wednesday allowing one run over three innings at Baltimore. Stripling has not gone further then five innings in his past ten starts. Blake Snell returns to the rotation after being sidelined with an injury. He last worked over two months ago. Snell has had struggles in 2019 with a 6-7 record and ERA of 4.28. He has not been as sharp on the road where he carries an ERA of 5.98.

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