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MLB schedule, pitching match-ups and odds for April 8

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14 games are on tap today in MLB, including our Detroit Tigers, who are out in Southern California to battle the Los Angeles Dodgers. Here are today’s games, pitching match-ups and latest lines (via Covers.com).

Baltimore (+123) at NY Yankees (-133) 1:05 PM Chen vs Nova

Milwaukee (+100) at Philadelphia (-108) 4:05 PM Lohse vs Kendrick

Arizona (+129) at San Francisco (-140) 4:35 PM Cahill vs Hudson

Texas (+125) at Boston (-135) 6:10 PM Perez vs Doubront

San Diego (+136) at Cleveland (-148) 7:05 PM Ross vs Kluber

Miami (+159) at Washington (-173) 7:05 PM Alvarez vs Gonzalez

Houston (+160) at Toronto (-174) 7:07 PM Oberholtzer vs Buehrle

NY Mets (+122) at Atlanta (-132) 7:10 PM Colon vs Harang

Pittsburgh (-119) at Chi. Cubs (+110) 8:05 PM Morton vs Jackson

Tampa Bay (-106) at Kansas City (-102) 8:10 PM Archer vs Ventura

Cincinnati (+126) at St. Louis (-137) 8:15 PM Bailey vs Lynn

Chi. White Sox (+118) at Colorado (-128) 8:40 PM Quintana vs Morales

LA Angels (+112) at Seattle (-121) 10:10 PM Santiago vs Paxton

Detroit (-113) at LA Dodgers (+104) 10:10 PM Scherzer vs Haren

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As of today, the division leaders in MLB are the New York Yankees, Detroit Tigers, Seattle Mariners, Miami Marlins, Milwaukee Brewers and San Francisco Giants.

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The Detroit Tigers are currently 4-1, which is good for first place in the American League Central. The Kansas City Royals and Cleveland Indians are 1.5 games back,

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The Los Angeles Dodgers are 5-3 this season, which is good for second place in the National League West. They are a .5 game out of first place.

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The Boston Red Sox are currently 3-4, which is good for third place in the American League East. They are 1 game back of the first place New York Yankees.

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The New York Mets are 2-4 on the 2014 season, which puts them in fifth place in the National League East and 2.5 games back of the Miami Marlins.