MLB Baseball Betting Lines, Odds Predictions & News – Atlanta Braves vs. Philadelphia Phillies

The Philadelphia Phillies (50-58) square off against The Atlanta Braves (64-45) in game on in their three game series. The Braves are sitting in first place in the National League Eastern Division while The Phillies will be looking to move up from the third place in the Eastern Division.

Baseball Betting Line: Atlanta Braves (-160) Philadelphia Phillies (150) Total = 8.5

MLB Baseball Betting Lines, Odds Predictions & News
The Phillies just got finished with a series against The Giants where they were defeated in the last game while The Braves were victorious in their last game against The Rockies. The best online MLB Baseball Betting Sites For USA Players such as BetAnySports have Kris Medlen listed to start for The Braves Medlen is 7-10 with a 3.74 ERA.

MLB Trends For The Atlanta Braves:

The Atlanta Braves played impeccable baseball in their four game series against The Rockies where they were victorious in all four games. Prior to that series they won all of their betting games against The Cardinals. When looking into some MLB statistics we can se that when The Braves have played baseball on Friday s they are 5-5 however prior to squaring off against The Phillies they are 5-5. After they played The Rockies they are 7-3 and after a victory they are 6-4.

MLB Trends For The Philadelphia Phillies Trends:

The Phillies are just coming off of a loss against The Giants in their three game MLB Betting Series. They were only victorious in game one. Prior to facing off against The Giants The Phillies were defeated in all three games in their series against The Tigers. When looking further into some 2013 baseball statistics when The Phillies have played on Fridays they are 4-6 however prior to playing The Braves they are 6-4. After they squared off against The Giants they are 4-6 and after being defeated they are 2-8. The Phillies are going to need so play strong baseball to defeat The Braves. Pick – Atlanta Braves

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