New York Mets versus Washington Nationals Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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ESPN Wednesday Night Baseball will feature a National League showdown as the New York Mets will face the Washington Nationals in game two of their series. The Nationals and Mets will begin from Washington at 7PM Eastern Time and ESPN will deliver the live national television.

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The odds have the home team Washington Nationals favored by -164 odds with the take back on the New York Mets at +149 odds. The current over under is lined at 8 runs. Those laying the -1 ½ runs with the Washington Nationals on the run line will get back +125 odds for their wager. Bettors who choose to take the +1 ½ runs with the New York Mets will lay -145 odds for their wager on the run line. The first five inning line has Washington as -165 odds with the Mets bringing back +145 odds. The total is set at 4 ½ runs after a full five innings of play.

The pitching matchups for Wednesday will feature right hander Chris Young on the hill for the Mets as he squares off with Jordan Zimmermann for the Washington Nationals. The Mets are chasing the Washington Nationals in the standings as New York trails the leaders of the NL east division by eight games. Chris Young is 2-3 on the year with an ERA of 4.28. He faced Washington back on June 5th and took a no decision as the hurler gave up two earned runs and six hits over five innings in his first start of the season. Young is coming off a poor start as the right hander gave up five earned runs with six hits and three walks in a 7-5 road loss at Atlanta on July 13th. Young threw just three innings. Jordan Zimmerman takes the mound for the Nationals against the Mets. Zimmerman has been in outstanding form as the right hander has given up just three earned runs in his past four starts working 26 innings. Zimmerman has allowed two earned runs or less in his past six starts. This is the eighth meeting of the season between the Nationals and Mets. The clubs will meet 16 times this year and the Nationals have won five of the seven games played thus far head to head.

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