MLB Baseball Sports Betting Match Ups Friday September 20, 2019

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The Major League Baseball action for Friday September 20th features fifteen games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide.

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There will be Day Baseball and it starts at 2:20PM Eastern Time on MLB Channel as the Chicago Cubs host the St Louis Cardinals. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Chicago Cubs as a -127 favorite with the St Louis Cardinals bringing back +117 odds. Starting for Chicago will be lefthander Jose Quintana as he will oppose Cardinals righty Michael Wacha. St Louis holds a three game lead in the NL Central division after their 5-4 road win at Chicago. Cubs have fallen to four games out in the division race. They are one game back of Milwaukee for the final NL wildcard. Cardinals win despite blowing a three run lead in the bottom of the ninth which forced extra innings. Cubs have now lost three straight. Wacha is coming off a good outing at home to Milwaukee where he allowed no runs over five innings of work. Jose Quintana looks to rebound after a poor start at home to Pittsburgh where the lefty gave up five runs with eight hits over 2 1/3rd innings.

ESPN Friday Night Baseball begins at 7PM Eastern Time as the Cleveland Indians are home to the Philadelphia Phillies. Cleveland is favored by -205 odds with the Phillies bringing back +190 odds. Total is set at 9 runs. Getting the start for Cleveland will be Shane Bieber as he will oppose Phillies lefty Drew Smyly. Philadelphia is four games back of the NL wildcard with 11 games remaining. Cleveland is tied with Tampa Bay for the final AL Wildcard. Smyly has pitched better since his trade to Philadelphia. Phillies are 8-2 in his past ten starts. The lefthander has given up four runs in his past three starts working 16 1/3rd innings. Bieber looks to rebound following a poor home outing to Minnesota where he allowed four runs with eleven hits and three homers in 5 2/3rd innings. Indians have won four straight and eight of their past ten games.

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