MLB Baseball Sports Betting Match ups Wednesday October 2, 2019

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The Major League Baseball playoffs continue Wednesday October 2nd with the AL Wildcard single elimination game as the Oakland Athletics are home to the Tampa Bay Rays. Things get underway from Oakland at 8PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Oakland Athletics favored by -134 odds with the return on the underdog Tampa Bay Rays at +124 odds. Run total came in at 7 ½ runs.

Getting the start for Tampa Bay will be Charlie Morton. Oakland is hinting that left hander Sean Manea will be their likely starter on Wednesday. The winner of this game will meet the Houston Astros in the ALDS.

Tampa Bay did lose four of their seven meetings with the Athletics with all games home and away taking part in the month of June. Rays finished with a 96-66 record and 48-33 on the road. They failed to gain home field in this game based on a road defeat at Toronto 4-1 on Saturday making their regular season finale meaningless. Rays got great work from their bullpen this season with a Team ERA of 3.71. Charlie Morton enters play with a 16-6 record with ERA of 3.05. He comes off a solid outing at home to the New York Yankees giving up no runs and a hit over six innings of a 4-0 home win during a heated AL Wildcard race.

Oakland concluded regular season play at 97-65 with a 52-29 mark in their home ballpark. Their bullpen also performed well with an ERA of 3.89. Athletics went 3-3 in meaningful games down the stretch. Their final game of the regular season was meaningless as they clinched home field in the AL Wildcard on Saturday. They have only scored three runs or fewer in their past seven games. Sean Manaea missed a year of baseball with a shoulder injury. He returned to the rotation on September 1st. He is 4-0 with an ERA of 1.21 in 29 2/3rd innings in five starts. In his last start the left hander allowed one run over six innings of a 3-1 road win at Seattle.


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