Hanson will be looking for his 10th win of the season in this MLB betting odds matchup.
MLB odds have this as the last of a four game series between the two Wild Card hopefuls. It is the last game of a 7-game road trip for the Braves and the last game of a 10-game homestand for the Marlins. MLB odds stats tell us that Hanson is 9-3 on the season with a 3.15 ERA. Hanson has been excellent all season and very tough of late in MLB odds at the sportsbook. He is 4-1 with a 2.93 ERA in his past five starts as MLB odds indicate. The last time he faced the Marlins he allowed three earned runs and four hits in seven innings as MLB odds stats indicate.
Nolasco is 9-8 on the season with a 5.30 ERA as MLB betting odds numbers tell us. He went 5 1/3 innings in his last start against the Padres in a rain delayed mess and gave up three runs as MLB betting odds have it. This is his third start in MLB odds against the Braves this season. The Marlins split his first two outings in MLB odds against Atlanta.
Before this four-game set began, the Braves had actually won six of the last ten at Florida in MLB odds at the sports book. The teams had already met in two separate series earlier this season. The Braves swept a two-game series back in May but the Marlins won two of three in late July.
The Braves have held their own on the road this season with a winning record and that has kept them in the playoff chase. The Marlins have been okay at home this season in MLB odds at the sports book but they have slipped in recent weeks. They were rolling earlier this season at home but now they are just a few games above .500. The Marlins have a young pitching staff and it is starting to show late in the season as they have had their ups and downs.
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