MLB Baseball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Sunday July 28, 2019

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The MLB card for Sunday July 28th features fifteen games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide.

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The national television action gets going at 1:35PM Eastern Time on TBS as the Washington Nationals host the LA Dodgers. Getting the start for LA will be Walker Buehler as he will oppose Nationals righty Stephen Strasburg. The Dodgers opened this series back East with the 4-2 win in the opener of this series. That broke a two game losing streak as the Dodgers were swept at home in a two game series to the LA Angels. Justin Turner had the game winning three run homer in the eighth inning to power LA to 31 games over .500. Nationals bullpen allowed another game to get away as they are battling to catch Atlanta in the NL East race or enter the back entry through an NL Wildcard. With the loss on Friday night the Nationals have dropped two straight. Walker Buehler has a mark of 9-1 in nineteen starts this season with an ERA of 3.23 and WHIP of 0.98. He comes off a home outing against Miami where he allowed no runs and five hits with eleven strikeouts over seven innings of a 9-0 win. Stephen Strasburg sits at 13-4 in 21 starts with an ERA of 3.37 and WHIP of 1.08. He faced the Rockies on Tuesday giving up no runs and three hits over six innings of an 11.1 home win.

ESPN Sunday Night Baseball has a 7PM Eastern Time start with the Boston Red Sox concluding a weekend series at home to the New York Yankees. On the mound for New York will be Domingo German as he will face Red Sox lefty Chris Sale. The Red Sox have won the first two games of this series scoring a combined 29 runs in the wins. Yankees have lost two straight after taking two of three at Minnesota to start the trip in high scoring games. Thus far on this trip Yankees pitching has given up 56 runs in five games. Domingo German has a record of 12-2 in sixteen starts with an ERA of 4.03 and WHIP of 1.12. He faced the Twins on Tuesday allowing eight runs over 3 2/3rd innings. Yankees offense bailed him out with a 14-12 road win. Chris Sale sits at 5-9 in 21 starts with an ERA of 4.00 and WHIP of 1.08. His last start was Tuesday where he allowed two earned runs over six innings of a 5-4 road win at Tampa Bay.

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