Miami Marlins at Atlanta Braves MLB Pick – August 22nd

As we are officially more the wins just keep coming. Last night’s winner was sixth win in our past eight bets, a sizzling 75 percent -rate on the week. And they did make us work for this as we backed the Washington Nationals over the line, in a really attractive +103, , and the game was a blowout, also as expected. The Nationals are also leading the National League in runs scored at the month of August, and that I anticipated them to hammer against Pirates newcomer Joe Musgrove, and that is just what occurred.
Washington scored six runs to jump out to a lead, and they coasted the rest of the way out. The Nats played and by the time that this match was all said and done, Washington walked away with the 11-1 victory, and we cashed our pet cash ticket. Washington has scored double-digit runs.
I really don’t know where this creation has been hiding at all year long, but this team has been hitting the ball better than any team from the league, by a broad margin. The Nats kept pace with the Atlanta Braves who also won yesterday and stay six matches for first place. For the selection of today, we’ll check in on these Braves, where the Braves host the Marlins, as we visit Atlanta.
The Miami Marlins are in Atlanta Thursday looking to prevent the sweep in game three of a three-game with the Braves. This series has not been competitive to this stage because the Braves took the first games both . For Miami, as their creation has fallen off in August they are just begging to end at this stage. Miami is a major league-worst 3-15 in their eighteen games.
For Atlanta, the Braves are expecting to complete the sweep as the Washington Nationals are hot in their heels in the NL East Division. The Braves have won seven out of the last nine matches, such as series wins over the Mets and Dodgers and are among the best clubs in the league.
Beginning tonight for the Braves is Mike Soroka (10-2 2.41 ERA), and also for the Marlins it’s Sandy Alcantara (4-11 4.35 ERA). The match total over-under is set at two and a half runs. The Braves are large -275 dwelling favorites. First pitch is scheduled for 4:20 PM PST in SunTrust Park in Atlanta.
Mike Soroka is an addition starting rotation this year. After a cup of coffee with the group last year, making five starts, he has been a fulltime region of the rotation this year and has produced some outcomes that are stellar. His 2.41 ERA is good for second in the majors, supporting just Hyun-jin Ryu, and ahead of guys like Max Scherzer, Clayton Kershaw, and Jacob deGrom.
Soroka is just another in a long run of youthful, and excellent players in Atlanta. The kid has had only one losing choice since April 18th! And when he is on the mound, the Braves seem to always win. Atlanta is this year 15-7 if Soroka begins.
Against Miami this season, he has been unbelievably good. In these 3 begins, Soroka has allowed only one earned run and chucked a combined innings , never throwing fewer than seven innings in any one start. His ERA in these three starts? 0.41, the lowest against any team he’s faced this season.
Sandy Alcantara is much better compared to his record may lead one to trust. Wins can be tough to come by when you perform for the worst club in the league, however Alcantara has done a job of pitching well. He made his first, of what should be many, All-Star teams this year and has pitched very well here in August.
Last past month, Alcantara has an ERA of simply 3.20 in 3 starts. This includes a powerful outing against these same Atlanta Braves in which he still worked giving up only 3 runs and tossing seven and two thirds, a few weeks back. He has made a quality beginning, three runs or more, six innings or less . Together with the one hiccup that might have the best lineup in all of baseball.
This amount is too big to think about taking Atlanta. Yesterday we watched so big upsets can occur, the Detroit Tigers win a match against the Houston Astros where the Astros laid a totally ridiculous -500, but I do not see lightning striking today. And I think this Marlins lineup won’t have some thing for Mike Soroka.
Soroka has owned them all season long, and I expect nothing but the identical tonight. You can pencil him in now for innings or work. When I examine Sandy Alcantara, I presume he’s going to discover a means to become decent too. He won’t close down the Braves, not many folks do, but I don’t see him becoming blasted either.
So, when I look at the game total, I see value on the below nine and a half conducts. It’s very tough for a sport to strike double-digits if one of those teams does not score. Along with the Marlins just are not likely to put many runs tonight. So, the question is, will Alcantara be good to have crushed but not ruined? And I believe that answer is yes.
We saw two weeks back once Alcantara pitched well against the Braves he can deal with their firepower, also with the Braves as prohibitive favorites to win the match, they should have a wholesome lead overdue, and will not get to bat at the bottom of the ninth. Small details such as the fact that the Braves will just get eight innings and push on this match to the above, have to be assessed.
I visit Atlanta taking an early lead and winning moving away. Something in the range of 5-1 Atlanta seems about right. Give me the under nine and tonight in game three runs from SunTrust Park!

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