New York Yankees versus Boston Red Sox MLB Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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ESPN Sunday Night Baseball will feature game four of the weekend set between the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox. The final game prior to the All Star break begins at 8PM Eastern Time and ESPN will televise to a national audience.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker has the home club Boston Red Sox favored by -118 odds with the take back on the road underdog New York Yankees posted at +108 odds. The total is now lined at 9 ½ runs. Bettors who lay the -1 ½ runs with the Boston Red Sox will get back +160 odds for their run line wager. Those who choose the New York Yankees and take the +1 ½ runs will have to lay -190 odds for their run line wager. First five inning line bettors will find Boston Red Sox favored by -115 odds with the return on the New York Yankees at -105 odds. The total is set at five runs after a full five innings of play.

The Yankees have won two of the three games in this series. The pitching matchup for the series finale on Sunday Night Baseball will have Ivan Nova on the bump for the Yankees as he will oppose veteran Jon Lester for the home team Boston Red Sox. Nova has pitched reasonably well of late as the Yankee right hander has allowed just eight earned runs in his past six starts working a total of 41 1/3rd innings. Over his career Ivan Nova has struggled when facing the Red Sox hitting lineup. In four career starts Nova is 1-1 but has an ERA of nearly six runs. The Red Sox will have Jon Lester on the mound in game four of this series with the Yankees. Lester is a 5-5 pitching in 2012 with an ERA of 4.33. He is coming off an effort on Tuesday where he allowed just one earned run in 6 2/3rds innings at Oakland. Lester has a mark of 8-3 with an ERA of 4.15 in his career against the New York Yankees. The Red Sox lefty will have to battle a Yankees hitting lineup that pounds southpaws this season.

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