MLB Baseball Sports Betting Match ups Monday August 26, 2019

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The Major League Baseball card for Monday August 26th features eight games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide.

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ESPN Monday Night Baseball begins at 7PM Eastern Time as the Milwaukee Brewers are home to 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 Milwaukee Brewers favored by -129 odds with the over under set at 10 runs. As the Cardinals entered play on Sunday they held a 1 ½ game lead on the second place Chicago Cubs with the Brewers sitting 3 ½ games back. Milwaukee is 2 games out of an NL Wildcard spot. Taking the mound for St Louis will be righthander Adam Wainwright to oppose Brewers lefty Gio Gonzalez. Wainwright looks to bounce back from a poor outing at home to Milwaukee where he surrendered five runs with four walks over five innings of a 5-3 home defeat. Gio Gonzales faced the Cardinals in his last start on Tuesday giving up one run and three hits over five innings but the bullpen melted down in a 9-4 road defeat. Prior to that he was belted by Minnesota at home for five runs, four walks and three homers in 3 2/3rd innings.

The late night game gets underway 10PM Eastern Time as the San Diego Padres host the LA Dodgers. LA is favored by -150 odds with the return on the underdog San Diego Padres at +140 odds. Run total is set at 8 ½ runs. Dustin May will get the start for LA as he will oppose Padres lefty Eric Lauer. As LA took the field on Sunday night, they held the best record in the National League by seven games with only 31 games remaining to be played. San Diego has fallen out of the playoff chase at 59-69 as they closed a series with the Red Sox. Dodgers will be coming down after an emotional home three game series with the New York Yankees splitting the first two. May, a rookie is 1-2 with an ERA of 4.26 in 19 innings of work. In a relief appearance in Atlanta the righthander was pounded for four runs over two innings of a 5-3 road defeat. He is battling Tony Gonsolin for a roster spot in the postseason. Eric Lauer comes off a good outing at Cincinnati where he allowed one run over four innings of a 3-2 road win. He has pitched well in his career against LA.

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