New York Yankees versus Seattle Mariners Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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The New York Yankees continue their west coast road trip as they face the Seattle Mariners from Major League Baseball late night action on Friday June 7th. The Yankees and Mariners will get things started from Seattle at 10PM Eastern Time and MLB Extra Innings Channel will provide the television broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the road club New York Yankees favored by -185 odds with the return on the home underdog Seattle Mariners at +165 odds. The run over under line is set at 8 runs. Those betting the New York Yankees on the run line and laying the -1 ½ runs will lay -120 odds. Bettors who wish to take the +1 ½ run head start with the Seattle Mariners can get back +100 odds for their run line wager!

The teams opened up their four game weekend series on Thursday night and it was the New York Yankees registering the 6-1 road win and covering as a -113 betting odds favorite. New York was powered by a six run third innings as they chased starter Aaron Harang from Seattle after 2 1/3rd innings. They could do nothing against Mariners reliever Blake Beaven who allows no earned runs and one hit in 6 2/3rd relief innings. Phil Hughes turned in a good performance as the right hander goes seven strong innings with no earned runs allowed and just three hits. New York now has a four game win streak as they completed the sweep of Cleveland in three home games entering their series with the Mariners. Seattle has dropped four of six games. Friday’s starters will be right hander Hiroki Kuroda for the Yankees as he opposes Jeremy Bonderman for Seattle. Kuroda is off to a good start to 2013 as the veteran is 6-4 with an ERA of 2.59. Jeremy Bonderman had just one start this season and was hit hard by the Minnesota Twins on Sunday. Bonderman in his road outing gave up seven earned runs and nine hits over 4 2/3rd innings in his first appearance since October 1st of 2010.

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