Marlins vs Braves Prediction - MLB Picks 4/25/23
Atlanta Braves (15-8) vs Miami Marlins (12-11)
Game Info: Tuesday, April 25, 2023 at 7:20 pm (Truist Park)
Charlie Morton (2-2) (3.22) vs Bryan Hoeing (0-0) (0.00)
Betting Odds: Atlanta Braves -263 / Miami Marlins +195 --- Over/Under: 7.5 Click Here for the Latest Odds
The Atlanta Braves will host the Miami Marlins for game two of their four-game divisional set this Tuesday from Truist Park. Atlanta cruised to a game one victory behind a masterclass from Spencer Strider last night, 11-0.
Nats Betting Preview
Miami fell to 12-11 following the loss to Atlanta. The Marlins have been able to win two games in each of their last four series, and they’ll look to keep that streak alive Tuesday. The Miami offense is scoring 3.65 runs per game, while batting .248, with a .310 on-base percentage. The pitching staff carries a 4.72 ERA, with a 1.35 WHIP. Luis Arraez leads Miami in hitting (.444), but after missing the last two games, his status is worth monitoring heading into the first pitch. Jorge Soler is first on the team with five homers, and he’s driven in 10 RBI.
Bryan Hoeing is set to begin the game for Miami. The second-year pitcher made twelve appearances last season, and posted a 1-1 record, with a 12.08 ERA and six strikeouts.
Braves Betting Preview
Atlanta improved to 15-8 after defeating Miami. The Braves bounced back to snap an uncharacteristic four-game skid, and they’ll look to double down here in game two. The Atlanta offense is scoring 5.48 runs per game, while batting .272, with a .352 on-base percentage. The pitching staff carries a 3.79 ERA, with a 1.33 WHIP. Ronald Acuna Jr. went hitless in the lopsided victory, but he leads Atlanta in hits (34) and batting average (.358). Ozzie Alvies produced three runs in the win over Miami, and he’s now up to a team-lead 21 RBI.
Charlie Morton (2-2, 3.22 ERA, 17 Ks) will take the ball for Atlanta. The veteran pitcher has delivered consecutive quality starts, but he took the losing decision versus San Diego last week despite allowing just one run over six full innings. Morton has traded his first four starts, but he’s come out in strong form, and should be able to handle Miami at home.
Miami vs Atlanta Trends
Miami is 9-15 against the spread this season, with a 9-14-1 over/under record. Atlanta is 10-13 ATS this year, with a 14-9-1 O/U record.
Corey's Free Pick
Atlanta took care of business in game one, and with Miami sending fresh meat to the mound, the hosts have a very good chance to win comfortably on Tuesday. The Braves are the superior squad across the board, and with the Marlins sending an inexperienced pitcher to the mound, I like leaning on the hosts to prevail here. Back the Braves again for this NL East matchup.
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