Washington Nationals versus Cleveland Indians Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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The interleague weekend series between the Washington Nationals and Cleveland Indians will conclude on Sunday afternoon from Major League Baseball on June 16th. The Nationals and Indians will get things started from Cleveland at 1PM Eastern Time and the MLB Extra Innings channel will deliver the TV coverage.

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The current line available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the road team Washington Nationals favored by -123 odds with the return on the home underdog Cleveland Indians at +123 odds. The run total is set at 7 ½ runs with the under favored by -120 odds and over the total is returning +120 odds. Those who decide to lay the -1 ½ runs with the Washington Nationals will get back +125 odds for their run line wager. Bettors who decide on the +1 ½ run head start with the Cleveland Indians will have to lay -145 odds for their run line bet.

This interleague series began on Friday June 14th with the Cleveland Indians posting the 2-1 home victory against the Nationals as a -134 betting odds favorite. The Nationals wasted an outstanding effort by left hander Gio Gonzalez who allowed one earned run and three hits over seven innings pitched. Justin Masterson gave the Indians seven strong innings where the allowed one earned run, two hits and struck out ten. Game two was a high scoring affair won by Washington 7-6 as a -111 betting favorite. Washington jumped all over Indians starter Scott Kazmir for five earned runs and three home runs over 2 2/3rd innings. The Nationals starter Jordan Zimmermann struggled by giving up six earned runs and eight hits over five innings pitched. The pitching matchup for the series finale will feature Stephen Strasburg on the hill as he will oppose righty Corey Kluber for Cleveland. Strasburg returns to the lineup since May 31st as he was bothered by a lat straight. Strasburg is 3-5 on the season in twelve starts with an ERA of 2.54. Klubers is coming off a nice start at Texas on Monday as he allowed one earned run over eight innings in a win at Texas.

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