MLB Baseball Sports Betting Match ups Wednesday September 4, 2019

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The Major League Baseball card for Wednesday features eleven games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide.

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There will be Day Baseball and it begins at 1PM Eastern Time on You Tube as the Washington Nationals are home to the New York Mets. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Washington Nationals favored -118 odds with the return on the road team New York Mets at +108 odds. Run total is lined at 10 runs. Starting for Washington will be Anibal Sanchez as he opposes Mets righthander Zack Wheeler. Nationals overcame a six run ninth inning deficit as they defeat the New York Mets 11-10 on Tuesday. Washington sits 3 ½ games up in the NL Wildcard race. Mets are five games out of the Wildcard. Nationals have won nine of eleven games. Zach Wheeler comes off a good outing at Philadelphia allowing one run and seven hits over six innings of an 11-5 road win. Anibal Sanchez in his last start held Miami to two runs over five innings.

On MLB Network at 7PM Eastern Time the Boston Red Sox host the Minnesota Twins. Boston is favored by -135 odds with Minnesota Twins returning +125 odds. Total sits at 11 runs. Getting the start for Boston will be Eduardo Rodriguez as he will oppose Twins righty Jose Berrios. Minnesota holds at 6 ½ game lead on the Cleveland Indians in the AL Central division. Boston is 5 ½ games out of an AL Wildcard race. Minnesota has won nine of eleven games after their 6-5 win at Boston. Berrios in his last start allowed three earned runs over six innings of a 10-5 road win at the White Sox. Eduardo Rodriguez has been the most productive starter for the Red Sox. His last start the lefthander held the Rockies in Denver to three runs over five innings pitched. Rodriguez has put up better numbers at home with a 7-1 record and ERA of 3.53 in 79 innings of work. Overall the Red Sox hurler is 16-5 getting 7.2 runs per game from his offense.

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