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Atlanta vs Miami: Historic Fort Bragg MLB Matchup Odds and Prediction

Atlanta vs Miami: Historic Fort Bragg MLB Matchup Odds and Prediction
It’s going to be a historic night in Major League Baseball. Miami and Atlanta are set to take part in the first major pro sporting event to be held on an active United States military base when the Marlins battle the Braves at Fort Bragg tonight. Miami is looking to stay in the NL Wild Card playoff race while Atlanta continues as one of the MLB cellar dwellers. First pitch, for the only game on the Sunday night MLB betting board at Bodog, is slated for 6:00 PM ET on July 3, 2016, at Fort Bragg in North Carolina. Make money with the Marlins.

Miami vs Atlanta: MLB Game Day Preview and Betting Prices

Playing above their preseason expectations, Miami was posted with a lofty +5000 MLB World Series money line back in March, the Marlins are just two-games out of the National League Wild Card playoff race. With a 42-39 overall record, Miami trails Washington by seven games in the NL East Division. The Marlins are looking to salvage a series split versus Atlanta in this four-game set.

Playoffs have become a pipe dream for Atlanta as the Braves are looking at their worst season since 1988 when they posted 54-106 record. Atlanta’s current .346 win percentage is just slightly better than the .338 mark they posted in 1988. To their credit, the Braves have been better recently as they have won two of three against Miami this weekend and ten of their last 17 contests.

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Inconsistent over the first half of the MLB 2016 season, sophomore LHP Adam Conley (4-5 ERA 3.90) gets the call for Miami tonight. Conley has allowed three runs or less during ten starts and four or more runs during his other six outings this season. Conley pitched a four-hit gem over eight innings during a 3-0 win against Atlanta back on June 22. Conley owns a 3.18 night game ERA.

Equally inconsistent, RHP Matt Wisler (3-7 ERA 4.14) heads to the Fort Bragg bump for the Braves. After allowing 13 runs during his first two June starts, Wisler has been solid as he has given up just seven runs over 19.1 innings pitched over his last three starts. Wisler tossed one scoreless inning to earn a save during the Braves 6-5 win over Miami back on April 17. Swim with the Marlins.

MLB Prediction: Back Miami to earn a series split with a five-unit (-149) ML wager at Bodog.

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