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The 2013 MLB season is no longer in its infancy and teams have begun to jockey for position. Divisional leaders and competitions are now underway in what is looking like another great year of baseball. Tonight in the National League East the Atlanta Braves have already taken a decisive lead over the other teams around them.
Two of the top teams in the National League are going to be meeting up at AT&T Park on Saturday afternoon for what should be a great MLB betting battle, as the San Francisco Giants take on the Atlanta Braves.
The Cincinnati Reds and the Atlanta Braves begin a three-game set with one another on Monday night on ESPN, and MLB betting fans will love to see this one get underway starting at 7:10 p.m. ET at the Great American Ballpark.
The Washington Nationals and Atlanta Braves are likely to be battling for the top spot in the NL East this season. To say that the Atlanta Braves have had the Washington Nationals number recently is a major understatement. Atlanta has beaten the Nationals in eight straight contests. The Nationals are flirting with .500 while the Braves have one of the best records in baseball. Who will come out on top in this nationally televised game Wednesday night?
Foes from the NL East duke it out for the first game of a four-game set on Thursday night at Turner Field, and MLB bettors will love to dive right into all of the action between the Atlanta Braves and the Washington Nationals.
The Atlanta Braves came into this series with the best record in baseball, but Detroit has outscored them 17-4 in the first two games of this series. Detroit is tough to beat at home, and the Tigers are one of the favorites to get to the World Series again this year. This is the headline series of the weekend. ESPN will have national coverage of this one on Sunday Night Baseball.
Road teams have played well thus far this year, and it is really killing a few teams that are normally great at home. That being said, not every team has been sluggish in front of its hometown crowd, and we are breaking down the way that some of the most dominating teams in the league have been playing to date in front of their fans.
Reigning National League East champion Washington hosts division rival Atlanta Friday at 7:05 PM ET in the first game of a three-game series. It’s only April, but every game between these clubs carries a little extra importance. Head-to-head meetings could very well decide which club wins the division considering the Braves finished only four games back of the Nationals in 2012.
Little known fact: Over 29% of all MLB games are decided by a single run! All too often, when we see a team’s moneyline record, it doesn’t necessarily correspond with its record on the run-line, and the differences have the tendency of being quite drastic. Join us today, as we dissect how some of the best teams have done in baseball on the run-line thus far in the 2013 MLB betting campaign.
MLB betting fans will get a chance to sink their teeth into the first ever Wild Card playoff game in baseball history, as the Atlanta Braves play a one game do or die against the St. Louis Cardinals at Turner Field on Friday afternoon.
The Cardinals are the defending World Series champions, and they are going to be under the gun in this one for sure. The good news is that they are going to be throwing a man in Kyle Lohse that went 16-3 with a 2.86 ERA this year.