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Pittsburgh vs. Atlanta, 04/28/2012 19:10
Money Line: -140 Atlanta
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Today's FREE WINNER is Atlanta over Pittsburgh.
Atlanta is rolling. Today they get to face the league's worst scoring team. With Friday's 6-1 victory over the Pirates, the Braves have now taken 13 of their L16 meetings. Pitt has scored a mere 42 runs in 19 games. As a visitor, they are averaging a laughable 2.00 RPG. They rank 28th or worse in HRs, OPS, BA, and RPG. No power, only two players with 20 or more hits, and they can't steal. Erik Bedard gets the nod today. The LH is 0-4 TY and has an 0-1 record vs. Atlanta in his career. The Braves are posting 7.00 RPG at home and have beaten the Pirates 45 of their L64 contests played in Atlanta. Atlanta has a solid offense that move the runners around the base pads. Today, Randall Delgado is throwing. The RH is 2-1 on the season. The red-hot Braves have the Pirates number. The Pirates are 13-34 their L47 games played at the Braves, 64-152 their L216 games played on the road, and 0-4 in Bedards L4 starts. The Braves are 13-3 their L16 games played as a favorite, 6-0 their L6 games played against the NL Central, and 5-0 in Delgado's L5 starts as a favorite. Take Atlanta. Thank you.