MLB Baseball Sports Betting Match up Previews for May 1, 2019

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The Major League Baseball card for Wednesday May 1st features fifteen games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide.

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There will be day baseball and it begins at 1PM Eastern Time on MLB Network as the Boston Red Sox host the Oakland Athletics. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Boston Red Sox favored by -130 odds with the return on the road underdog Oakland Athletics at +120 odds. Run total came in at 10 runs. Starting for the Red Sox will be Hector Velasquez to oppose Athletics righty Mike Fiers. Velasquez for the Red Sox this season has an 0-2 record with ERA of 3.86. Fiers in seven starts has struggled on the campaign with a mark of 2-2 with ERA of 7.03. Oakland has dropped five straight and eight of their past eleven games after their loss to Boston in Game 2 of this series. The Athletics now sit at 4-10 on the road this season. Boston has now won seven of their past eleven games.

On ESPN TV at 8PM Eastern Time the Minnesota Twins are home to the Houston Astros. Houston is favored by -150 odds with the return on the home underdog Minnesota Twins at +130 odds. Run total is set at 9 runs. Getting the start for the Twins will be lefty Martin Perez to face Astros righty Colin McHugh. Houston has evened up this series with the Twins after their win on Tuesday. McHugh looks to rebound after two straight losses where he gave up 12 earned runs in nine innings of work. Perez is 3-0 on the year with an ERA of 4.44. The lefty faced Baltimore at home in his last start and allowed one run over six innings of work. Houston has done a good job of hitting lefthanded pitching with a team batting average of .296. Astros have gotten good work out of their bullpen as the team sits with an ERA of 2.98 allowing only .198 batting average. Minnesota fell to 17-10 in the loss and 9-5 at home. The loss broke a four game win streak and the team had won eight of ten.

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