2019 MLB Divisional Odds Tracker: NL East

July 8: Don’t look now, but come the Nats! Left for dead if they had been ten matches under .500 back in May, Washington is only six games back of the Braves after moving 8-2 in the previous ten.
June 26: Threats are killing the Phillies, whose NL East odds have shrunk considerably from +140 on June 10th to +610 on June 26th.
June 14: The Braves have soared past Philadelphia at the chances, today better-than-even-money to win the NL East thanks to some seven-game win streak, in -110 and the addition of Dallas Keuchel.
June 3: The East remains a race between Philadelphia and Atlanta. They are separated by a single game in the standings, together with all the third-place Mets a full four matches of moment.
May 22: The Braves (+210) continue to push the Phillies (-150) after winning seven of their last 10 games.
May 6: The Phillies have a narrow 1.5 game cushion on the slumping Braves after winning seven of their past 10.
March 13: the odds of Philadelphia have shortened after a hectic — and more expensive — offseason in which they included recognized All-Stars Jean Segura and Andrew McCutchen, also MVPs Bryce Harper and JT Realmuto.

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