MLB Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for April 17, 2019

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The MLB card for Friday April 12th features fourteen games on the schedule to the delight of Major League Baseball bettors worldwide. MLB Network will televise a doubleheader of games.

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There will be day baseball and it begins at 2:20PM Eastern Time on MLB Network as the Chicago Cubs host the LA Angels. 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 -154 odds with the return on the road underdog LA Angels at +144 odds. Getting the start for the Angels will be lefty Tyler Skaggs as he opposes Mets lefthander Cole Hamels. Angels hit the road on a high note as the team swept a three game home series with the Milwaukee Brewers going six of seven on their home stand. Cubs did take 2 of 3 against Pittsburgh in their opening series at home this season. Skaggs works his third game of the season and enters with a mark of 1-1 with ERA of 2.45 and WHIP of 1.09. Hamels rebounding from a poor opening start at Texans by holding Milwaukee on the road to two runs over six innings in victory.

At 7:20PM Eastern Time on MLB Network it is the Atlanta Braves at home to the New York Mets. Atlanta is favored by -115 odds with the return on the underdog New York Mets at +106 odds. Run total is set at 9 runs. Starting for the Mets will be righty Zack Wheeler as he opposes Braves righthander Kyle Wright. New York is off to an 8-4 start as they take the first game of this weekend series 6-3 behind six innings of work from their lefthander Steven Matz. Braves had won three straight and seven of eight when they opened this series. Wheeler in two starts this season has struggled for the Mets with an 0-1 mark with ERA of 10.24 and WHIP of 1.86. Wright for Atlanta enters with a record of 0-1 in two starts with ERA of 4.35 and WHIP of 1.26. New York has hit the ball well this year with a team batting average of .260 pushing across 6.37 runs per game.

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