It was an easy winner for the followers on Thursday with the best betting pick as the Philadelphia Phillies and Washington Nationals play easily under the total of 7 ½ runs. Nationals starter Ross Detwiler came through with yet another good quality start at home as the lefty allows no earned runs and just three hits as he goes seven innings to get the win. Cole Hamles had good recent history against the Nationals and the Phillies lefty goes a strong seven innings and gives up just three earned runs and strikes out nine Washington hitters. The best betting pick from Friday comes from game two of the NL east series between the Miami Marlins and Washington Nationals. The Marlins and Nationals will begin game two of their doubleheader from Washington at 7PM Eastern Time and the MLB package has the television broadcast. With our MLB best pick we will play on the Miami Marlins and Washington Nationals to play under the total of seven runs in game two of their doubleheader. The odds for this MLB contest were courtesy of Oddsmaker sportsbook.
The betting odds for game two opened with the home team Washington Nationals favored by -143 odds with the take back on the underdog Miami Marlins at +133 odds. The run total came in at 7 runs. Early money from the betting public has come on the road team as the Washington Nationals are now favored by -139 odds with the Marlins now returning +129 odds. The total has not moved in this NL East game as the game is still hung at 7 runs. Run line bettors who lay the -1 ½ runs with the Washington Nationals will get back +160 odds. Bettors who choose to take the +1 ½ runs with the Miami Marlins will lay -170 odds for their run line wager.
The pitching matchup tonight in game two does favors a low scoring game with this contest being held in a good pitchers park in Washington. On the hill for Miami will be Josh Johnson as he goes head to head with left hander Gio Gonzalez. Washington is struggling for runs right now as the clubs offense put up just five runs total in their three game series with the Philadelphia Phillies. Miami’s hitters are not too good with just eight runs total scored in their four game series with the Atlanta Braves. Good starting pitching, each club slumping offensively plus these two clubs are 6-1 to the under in their seven head to head meetings this season puts us on the under tonight but first read online sportsbook reviews.