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Bookie Beat Down June 22 - Atlanta Braves

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Jun/22/2018

The Atlanta Braves continue to be red hot, Going 7-3.

The Braves have gone 43-30 this season.  Local bookies will want to utilize a Pay Per Head platform that saves on overhead.  The Pay Per Head charging a small weekly fee per betting customer, typically starting around $10 or less.  A typical customer will cost a few times more than that with all the overhead.

Atlanta will face off against Baltimore this weekend, a team that has one of the worst records in the league but dominated Atlanta in the past.  The last time these two teams faced one another, however, was back in 2015.

Sean Newcomb is coming off a dominant performance against San Diego where he allowed just two hits and struck out seven over six shutout innings against the Padres. He’s allowed five earned runs over 17 1/3 innings this month.

Julio Teheran wilil get the start for Atlanta Saturday.  He returned from the disabled list with a bang throwing six no-hit innings in his last start while striking out a season-best 11. The time spent on the disabled list allowed Teheran some time to rest his arm and he saw a significant increase in velocity as a result.

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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