On Tuesday night, the Cleveland Indians will be part of a nationally televised baseball doubleheader. Cleveland will be participating in the nightcap game against the #los angeles angels not long after a huge winning streak came to an end. The Indians had won 22-straight games until they lost a close game to the #Kansas City Royals. Still, the team has another win streak now in progress as the season winds down. Will it continue in Los Angeles? Here's the latest Indians vs. Angels game preview including MLB odds, game time, #TV Channel & live stream options.

MLB game preview

Heading into tonight's contest, the Cleveland Indians have won their last two games.

Both wins came against the Kansas City Royals who were also the team that recently snapped their 22-game winning streak. Cleveland responded with an 8-4 victory on Saturday and a 3-2 win on Sunday night. With a day off, they now have arrived for an away series with the Angels. Mike Clevinger (10-5, 3.21 ERA) will get the start for the Indians on the mound as they try to extend their latest streak.

They'll be facing a 76-73 Los Angeles Angels team that has gone 3-2 over their last five games. Their most recent game was a loss 4-2 against the Texas Rangers. The Rangers got off to an early 3-0 start in that game, and the Angels couldn't put together an answer as the game progressed. Tonight, Los Angeles looks to bounce back with leftie Tyler Skaggs getting the start. Skaggs is 2-5 this season with a 4.37 ERA and 65 strikeouts.

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The home team is the favorite tonight as Odds Shark lists several books giving them the slight edge. The Angels are priced anywhere from -113 to -118 on the moneyline, while the visiting Indians are +103 to +108 underdogs. The over/under runs total is eight runs for the complete game.

Of note, the Angeles have been 6-3 against the spread in their last nine home games. However, Cleveland is 5-0 in their last five games on the road.

How to watch it live

Tuesday night's Cleveland Indians vs. Los Angeles Angeles game is scheduled for 10 p.m. Eastern Time. Live televised coverage of this game will be available exclusively on the ESPN network. Cable and satellite subscribers with the channel can watch on WatchESPN website or any compatible mobile apps they have available.

The SlingTV channel streaming service is another way to watch tonight's MLB game online. New customers can sign up for the site and enjoy a one-week free trial. The Sling Orange package includes ESPN and ESPN2 among its channels to watch. For more details check out Sling's website.