New York Yankees versus Cleveland Indians Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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There will be Day Baseball on Monday afternoon from the American League as the New York Yankees will face the Cleveland Indians. The Yankees and Indians will get things started from Cleveland in their home opener at 4:10PM Eastern Time and the MLB Network will televise live to a national audience.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home team Cleveland Indians favored by -120 odds with the take back on the underdog New York Yankees at +110 odds. The run over under line is set at 8 runs. Those who wager on the Cleveland Indians on the run line and lays the -1 ½ runs will get back +170 odds. Bettors who choose to take the +1 ½ run head start with the New York Yankees will lay -200 odds for their run line wager.

The pitching matchup for Monday’s matinee will feature Hiroki Kuroda on the hill for the Yankees as he will oppose Ubaldo Jimenez for the Indians. Kuroda took the hill in his first outing of the season back on Wednesday and was nailed with the loss as the Yankees dropped a 7-4 decision at home to the Boston Red Sox as a -119 betting favorite. Kuroda worked just 1 1/3rd innings giving up two earned runs and four hits. He was struck by a line drive in the loss and was forced to exit the game with a bruised middle finger. Kuroda was cleared to start on Monday for the Yankees. The Yankees are 2-4 on the year losing series to both Boston and Detroit to start the year. The 28 year old Jimenez will start his second game this season for the Tribe. In his first start back on Wednesday against Toronto Jimenez had a no decision in a 3-2 victory at Toronto. The Cleveland right hander gave up just one earned run and three hits over six innings of work and throwing 103 pitches. Cleveland is 3-3 on the season. They won two of three at Toronto to open the season and are coming off dropping two of three at Tampa Bay.

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