On 17th July of 2015, NHK a Japanese public broadcaster will place six 8K cameras throughout the Yankee Stadium in New York City. This is going to record the first baseball game recorded in the format of ultra high definition. While the match will not be allowed to broadcast, the NHK and major league baseball will have the social medias to watch the game in the specially designed outfitted suite with several 8k monitor around the stadium. TV featured with ultra high
definition measures 7680 x 4320 pixels and this is sixteen times higher than the resolution of a HDTV. One among the first television entities developing 8K technology is NHK.  It hopes offering on a large scale basis in 2020 Olympics. There are online portals that let people to enjoy placing bet on their favorite game. Gamer lovers can visit betfair.com, find more information on the sport events and place their bets on their favorite baseball game.
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The game against the Mariners at Yankee Stadium will let baseball, MLB and sports related business media types for gauging their experience and discussing about their experience in watching the game at an ultra high definition format. In fact the Japanese public broadcaster has been moving quickly with this advanced broadcast that it is looking to jump from 4K to 8K format. Dr. Keiichi Kubota, the executive DG of NHK said that it required two decades for them to take high definition from lab to practicing in the public. The experts of NHK have set the targeted date of 2020 to experiment the broadcasts. He said that they like to start experimenting as quickly as possible.
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So, start putting the money away for the latest technology. You are going to jump from 4K display mounted in the media room to 8K displays. Sure, people will feel cool enjoy seeing the match on such a big screen with great resolution. Only baseball fans can hope to experience this technology for the first time. When Seattle mariners visit the Yankee stadium in mid July, this baseball game will mark a great step in the history of broadcasting. Fans of baseball game can wait for the match to enjoy such experience.
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Betfair will let fans of baseball to enjoy placing bet on their favorite teams. They can also enjoy betting on other games such as football, tennis, horse racing, golf and cricket.
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Michael Lorenzen
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Michael Lorenzen, Cincinnati Reds vs. Milwaukee Brewers
Michael Lorenzen is 3-2 with a 3.38 ERA. He’s 2-0 in his past three starts with a 1.93 ERA.
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Season Totals: 24-24, 372.2 IP, 298 Ks, 3.48 ERA (144 earned runs), 1.20 WHIP (345 hits, 104 walks)
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Chad Billingsley Phillies
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Chad Billingsley, Philadelphia Phillies vs. Milwaukee Brewers
Chad Billingsley returns from the DL to face the lowly Milwaukee Brewers. He’s looking for his first win since 2013.
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Season Totals: 23-24, 366.2 IP, 292 Ks, 3.51 ERA (143 earned runs), 1.21 WHIP (341 hits, 102 walks)
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MLB: Oakland Athletics at Kansas City Royals
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Jesse Hahn, Oakland A’s vs. Colorado Rockies
Jesse Hahn is 5-6 with a 3.47 ERA and a 1.18 WHIP. He is 2-3 at home with a 3.25 ERA and went 3-1 in June with a 2.90 ERA.
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Season Totals: 23-24, 359.2 IP, 288 Ks, 3.53 ERA (141 earned runs), 1.21 WHIP (336 hits, 100 walks)
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Taylor Jungmann
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Taylor Jungmann, Milwaukee Brewers at Philadelphia Phillies
Taylor Jungmann is 2-1 with a 2.74 ERA and a 1.22 WHIP with 19 strikeouts in 23 innings.
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Season Totals: 22-24, 352.2 IP, 285 Ks, 3.60 ERA (141 earned runs), 1.21 WHIP (331 hits, 97 walks)
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Kendall Graveman
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Kendall Graveman, Oakland A’s vs. Colorado Rockies
Kendall Graveman is 4-4 with a 3.86 ERA. He’s has a 1.86 ERA in his past four starts, all the quality variety.
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Season Totals: 22-24, 352.2 IP, 285 Ks, 3.60 ERA (141 earned runs), 1.21 WHIP (331 hits, 97 walks)
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Kyle Gibson
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Kyle Gibson, Minnesota Twins at Milwaukee Brewers
Kyle Gibson is 4-6 with a 3.35 ERA. He’s dropped three straight starts, but should get back on track against the Brew Crew.
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Season Totals: 21-23, 345.2 IP, 282 Ks, 3.49 ERA (134 earned runs), 1.20 WHIP (319 hits, 96 walks)
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