MLB Baseball Sports Betting Match ups for Monday September 9, 2019

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The Major League Baseball card for Monday September 10th features eight games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide.

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The action gets underway at 7PM Eastern Time on MLB Network as the Boston Red Sox are home to the New York Yankees. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team New York Yankees favored by -120 odds with the return on the home underdog Boston Red Sox at +100 odds. Run total came in at 9 ½ runs. Starting for New York will be James Paxton to face Red Sox lefty Eduardo Rodriguez. There will be some distraction for Boston as the team fired team president Dave Dombrowski as the team sits eight games behind in the AL Wildcard race with only 19 games remaining to be played. Boston has struggled with poor work from their starting pitching with a Team ERA of 4.98. Red Sox have lost two of the first three games in this series. New York is batting Houston for best record in the American League. They are currently tied with Houston with eighteen games left to be played. Paxton comes off a good outing at home to Texas giving up no runs and a hit over seven innings. Rodriguez held the Twins at home in his last start to no runs and five hits in seven innings. He as been the best starting pitches for Boston since early July.

Two AL playoff contenders meet at 8PM Eastern Time on MLB Extra Innings Channel as the Houston Astros host the Oakland Athletics. Houston is favored by -156 odds with Oakland bringing back +146 odds. Run total is set at 9 ½ runs. Starting for Houston will be Zack Greinke to battle Athletics righthander Mike Fiers. Athletics hold only a 1 ½ game lead on Cleveland for the final AL Wildcard. Athletics have won five of six. Mike Fiers looks to improve from an outing at home to the Angels where he allowed four runs over five innings. Zach Greinke over is past two starts has given up nine earned runs over 11 2/3rd innings in defeat to the Brewers and Rays.

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