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Top Major League Baseball Exposure June 22 - Braves

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Jun/22/2018

The Atlanta Braves were seeing better than 90% of the betting action in their evening game hosting the Baltimore Orioles.  This line has dropped though from -190 to -176.

Baltimore has won the last five meetings, keeping in mind that these teams haven't faced one another since 2015.

PITCHING MATCHUP: Orioles RH Alex Cobb (2-9, 7.14 ERA) vs. Braves LH Sean Newcomb (8-2, 2.70)

PITCHING MATCHUP: Orioles RH Alex Cobb (2-9, 7.14 ERA) vs. Braves LH Sean Newcomb (8-2, 2.70)

Cobb signed a four-year deal with the Orioles late in spring training but has endured a miserable first season, posting a 1.71 WHIP while allowing 13.1 hits per nine innings.

The 25-year-old Newcomb has emerged as a bona fide All-Star candidate in his first full major-league season, entering Thursday third in the NL in wins and hits per nine innings (6.5), and seventh in ERA.

The books appear to believe Cobb will have a solid start here based on the line movement.

Bet the Baltimore Orioles at +170 here

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