MLB Baseball Sports Betting Match up Previews for Sunday

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The MLB action for Sunday September 1st features sixteen games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide. Cincinnati and St Louis will compete in a day/night doubleheader for the second day in a row.

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The action begins at 1PM Eastern Time on TBS TV as the New York Yankees are home to the Oakland Athletics. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side New York Yankees favored by -145 odds with the return on the underdog Oakland Athletics at +135 odds. Run total is lined at 11 runs. Starting for New York will be J.A. Happ as he will oppose Athletics lefty Sean Manae. The Yankees evened this series at 1-1 after their 4-3 win in eleven innings on Saturday. New York had dropped four straight against Oakland prior to this contest. New York is in a battle with Houston for best record in the American League. That is important for New York as their pitching staff has done poorly on the road. Oakland is battling Cleveland and Tampa Bay for the two AL Wildcard spots. Sean Manaea returns off the DL to make his first start of the season. Manaea last pitched in Major League Baseball last August. He has not done well against the Yankees in his career. J.A. Happ has been hit as he sits with an ERA of 7.68 in his past seven starts.

ESPN Sunday Night Baseball begins at 7PM Eastern Time as the Philadelphia Phillies are home to the New York Mets. New York is favored by -120 odds with the return on the Phillies at +110 odds. Run total is set at 9 ½ runs. On the hill for Philadelphia will be Zach Eflin as he will oppose Mets righthander Marcus Stroman. Mets and Phillies in a battle for a Wildcard in the NL. Stroman suffered his first loss with the Mets as he gave up four runs over six innings in a 5-2 defeat at home to the Cubs. Zach Eflin has struggled with an ERA of 6.06 in his past fifteen games with eleven starts in that span. Phillies have gone 2-8 in his past ten starts.

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