MLB Baseball Sports Betting Match Ups Friday September 6, 2019

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The Major League Baseball card for Friday September 6th features fifteen 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 have a home date with the New York Yankees. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Boston Red Sox favored by -115 odds with the return on the New York Yankees at -105 odds. Run total is lined at 10 ½ runs. Starting for Boston will be David Price as he will oppose Yankees righty Domingo German. New York enters play with a comfortable 9 ½ game lead on the Tampa Bay Rays atop the AL East standings. Boston sits 6 ½ games out of a wildcard. Domingo German comes off a good outing holding Oakland to two runs over five innings. David Price in his return to the rotation allowed no runs and a hit in two innings at the LA Angels. He faced the Yankees a month ago giving up seven runs over 2 2/3rd innings.

At 8PM Eastern Time on MLB Extra Innings Channel the Milwaukee Brewers at home to the Chicago Cubs. Chicago is favored by -125 odds with the Brewers returning +115 odds. Run total is lined at 9 ½ runs. Starting for Milwaukee will be Zach Davies to battle Cubs lefty Cole Hamels. Chicago wins the first game of this series to hold a 3 ½ game lead in the NL Wildcard race. Brewers are now five games behind in the NL Wildcard. Cubs have won three straight and seven of their past nine games. Cole Hamels faced the Brewers a week ago giving up two runs over six innings. He has pitched well against the Brewers in four starts this season. Zach Davies has been roughed up 23 earned runs in his past 28 2/3rd innings of work. Milwaukee is 1-5 in his past six games. This will be the sixth start by Davies against the Cubs this season. He has allowed 12 earned runs in 25 2/3rd innings.

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