MLB Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Friday July 26, 2019

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The Major League Baseball card for Friday July 26th features fifteen games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide.

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The action begins at 7PM Eastern Time on MLB Network as the Boston Red Sox host the New York Yankees. Getting the start for Boston will be righthander Andrew Cashner to battle Yankees lefty James Paxton. The Yankees open this series sitting with a 12 game lead in the loss column on the second place Tampa Bay Rays. Red Sox sit two games back of the AL Wildcard spot. This is the fourth series between these teams with New York winning six of the first seven head to head meetings. Yankees hit Boston after winning two of three in a high scoring series at Minnesota. Boston won two of three at Tampa Bay after losing two of three at Baltimore. James Paxton has a record of 5-5 in seventeen starts with an ERA of 4.20 and WHIP of 1.47. He lasted only 3 1/3rd innings at home to Colorado in his last start giving up seven runs four earned in 3 1/3rd innings of an 8-4 home loss. Andrew Cashner is 9-5 overall in nineteen starts with an ERA of 4.19 and WHIP of 1.24. In two starts with his traded team, Cashner has given up ten runs nine earned in 11 innings resulting in team losses in both games.

The late night game begins at 10PM Eastern Time on MLB Extra Innings Channel as the San Diego Padres are home to the San Francisco Giants. On the hill for San Diego will be lefty Joe Lucchesi to meet Giants righty Jeff Samardzija. Giants at 52-51 sit only three games back of an NL Wildcard spot. They have won 17 of their past 21 games as the team has improved hitting and getting great work from their bullpen. Padres have fallen out of contention getting into a slump after the break. Jeff Samardzija sits at 7-8 in twenty starts with an ERA of 4.08 and WHIP of 1.18. He allowed four earned runs and six hits over five innings in his last start at home to the Mets in an 11-4 defeat. Joey Lucchesi sits at 7-5 in nineteen starts with an ERA of 4.27 and WHIP of 1.19. In his last start the lefthander allowed six runs with ten hits and three walks working ten innings in a 6-5 defeat at Chicago Cubs.

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