The Gambler's Edge June 10 - A Nice Win With Nationals

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Jun/10/2018

While priced a little high at -175, you could have gotten the Nationals at -154 overnight Friday.  They did win against San Francisco and provided Gambling911.com with a win to get us back to the .500 mark with our picks.

Current NBA Record: 12-4-1 (75%)

Current MLB Record: 16-16 (50%)

The Washington Capitals showed off their newly won Stanley Cup as part of a pregame ceremony Saturday before the Nationals met the San Francisco Giants.

Bryce Harper has his mind on bringing another piece of hardware to Washington by the end of the year.

"I think a World Series trophy would be pretty cool, too," the Nationals outfielder said.

Harper hit his National League-leading 19th homer of the season in the Nationals' 7-5 victory. Harper's 437-foot blast to right-center came off reliever Ty Blach in the fourth inning.

Adam Eaton scored two runs in his return from the disabled list for Washington.

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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