MLB Baseball Sports Betting Match up Thursday July 11, 2019

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Major League Baseball returns from the All Star Break on Thursday July 11th as there is a single game scheduled over national television to the satisfaction of MLB bettors worldwide.

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It all gets underway at 8PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as the Texas Rangers are home to the Houston Astros. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team Houston Astros favored by -115 odds with the return on the home underdog Texas Rangers at -105 odds. Run total came in at 10 ½ runs. Starting for Texas will be Lance Lynn as he will oppose Astros lefthander Framber Valdez.

As the team’s hit the All Star Break the Astros sat in first place in the AL West with a 57-33 record holding an eight game in the loss column on the second place Oakland Athletics. Texas sits as the third place team in the AL West with a 48-42 mark down nine games of Houston. Rangers are very much in the mix for an AL Wildcard berth sitting three games back of Cleveland for the final spot with 72 games left to be played. The team’s met two months ago in Houston for a four game series with the Astros sweeping all four games. The Rangers have won four of the past six games played this season against the Astros at home.

Lance Lynn is off to a good start with a record of 11-4 in eighteen starts with an ERA of 3.91 and WHIP of 1.22. He comes off a good outing at home to the LA Angels giving up two runs over seven innings of a 9-3 home victory. He faced the Astros two months ago on the road giving up three runs all homers over seven innings.

Framber Valdez is 3-4 in eight appearances this season with an ERA of 4.57 in 45 1/3rd inning of work. He makes his fifth start of the season. He returns from a short stint in Triple A sent down for ineffectiveness after allowing six earned runs over three innings in a start with the big club on June 26th at home to Pittsburgh.

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