MLB Baseball Sports Betting Match up Previews for May 5, 2019

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The Major League Baseball card for Sunday May 5th features fifteen games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide.

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The action gets underway at 1PM Eastern Time on MLB Network as the Cleveland Indians have a home date with the Seattle Mariners. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Cleveland Indians favored by -122 odds with the return on the road underdog Seattle Mariners at +112 odds. Run total came in at 9 ½ runs. Getting the start for Seattle will be righthander Erik Swanson to oppose Indians righty Cody Anderson. After losing the first game of this series on Friday night the Mainers had lost five straight and eight of their past ten games. The team has been struggling at the plate being held to one run total in four of five entering Saturday. Erik Swanson makes his fourth start of the season. He is 0-3 in three starts with an ERA of 6.62 and WHIP of 1.42 working 17 2/3rd innings. Cody Anderson for Cleveland makes his first start in 2019. He last started a game way back in 2016. Anderson out of the pen this year has worked only five innings with an ERA of 5.80.

ESPN Sunday Night Baseball begins at 7PM Eastern Time as the Chicago Cubs host the St Louis Cardinals. Chicago is favored by -141 odds with the underdog St Louis Cardinals bringing back +131 odds. On the hill for Chicago will be left hander Jose Quintana to oppose Cardinals righty Adam Wainwright. Cubs after winning the opener of this series on Friday night sit at 8-4 in their home ballpark. And with the win on Friday afternoon the Cubs had won five straight and eight of their past ten games. The turnaround has come from their pitching staff as the team has hit all season. Jose Quintana has pitched well this season with a 3-1 record and ERA of 3.48. His WHIP is 1.22 in five starts working 33 2/3rd innings. Wainwright a veteran is 3-2 in six starts and has an ERA of 3.73. Team is 2-0 in his past two starts as the righthander has given up three earned runs total in 12 2/3rd innings pitched against the Brewers and Nationals.

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