I like the spot Eovaldi and the Marlins are at. The following is the quote from ESPN’s game preview reasoning pulling out Harang in his last no hitter almost completed effort: “”I want to see him throw a no-hitter, but I think you get to a point where you have to worry about 25 more starts,” Gonzalez said of the 35-year-old Harang, who has taken no-hit bids into the seventh in two of four starts this season.”
“You have to worry about his longevity and all of that kind of stuff. I think we made the right decision. It doesn’t matter who comes in and tells me different.”
As much as Harang has show dominance – against the Marlins his numbers aren’t impressive: In 13 career starts, he owns a 5-4 record and 6.26 ERA.
Now, the odds movement against the Braves is a testimony the most popular game of the day so far may be going the other way than most bettors think while the -170 Atlanta Braves ML odds have dropped to -147 and that can’t be a great news to Braves backers.
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MIA Marlins ML +132