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Interleague plays returns to Major League Baseball this weekend and over national television on Friday night will be game one of the Subway series between the New York Mets and New York Yankees. The Mets and Yankees will begin from Yankees Stadium at 7PM Eastern Time and MLB Network provides the live national television broadcast.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker have the home standing New York Yankees favored by -142 odds with the road underdog New York Mets returning +132 odds. The run over under is lined at 8 ½ runs. A run line wager on the New York Yankees and laying the -1 ½ runs will get back +140 odds. Bettors taking the +1 ½ runs with the side of the Mets will lay -160 odds with their run line wager. A five inning line wager on the New York Yankees will return -142 odds with the Mets returning +122 odds with the total at 4 ½ runs.

The pitching matchup in game one of the Subway Series will have Johan Santana a left hander for the Mets opposing righty Hiroki Kuroda. Santana has been sharp since entering the 2012 year off an injury plagued 2011. The veteran Mets hurler is 3-2 in eleven starts and carries an ERA of 2.38 with WHIP of 1.03. Santana’s last start resulted in a no hitter on June 1st in an 8-0 win by the Mets against the Cardinals. Johan Santana worked 9 innings of hitless baseball with eight strikeouts and five walks. He threw a very high 134 pitches and his start was pushed back to Friday since the no-no. Hiroki Kuroda after a slow start to the 2012 year has rebounded with a season ERA of 3.82 and WHIP of 1.35. Kuroda is 4-6 in 11 starts on the year. The Yankees right hander in his past three starts has allowed just five earned runs in 20 1/3rd innings pitched. He is coming of a no decision on June 2nd with a quality start by allowing two earned runs in seven innings against the Detroit Tigers. Prior to Kuroda’s start against Detroit the Yankees right hander threw eight innings of scoreless baseball against Oakland on May 27th.

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