Philadelphia Phillies versus New York Mets MLB Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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It will be the series finale of the three game series from Major League Baseball between the Philadelphia Phillies and New York Mets on Thursday night over National Television giving betting enthusiasts an outstanding watch and wagering opportunity. Start time from New York is set for 7PM Eastern Time and the MLB Network provides the live television broadcast to a national audience.

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The current odds from this National League East divisional battle has the home club New York Mets favored by -120 odds with the return on the road underdog Philadelphia Phillies at +110 odds. The run over under is lined at 7 runs. Those who wager on run lines and lay the -1 ½ runs with the New York Mets will get back +170 odds for their bet. Bettors taking the +1 ½ runs with the Philadelphia Phillies will have to lay -200 odds for their wager on the run line. First Five Inning odds reveal the New York Mets favored by -120 odds with the Philadelphia Phillies bringing back +100 odds. The run over under is set at 3 ½ runs after a full five innings of play.

The pitching matchups will see two workhorses going as left hander Cole Hamels takes the hill for Philadelphia as he will oppose the red hot R.A. Dickey for the Mets. Each of today’s starters had thrown over 110 innings in the 2012 season. Hamels on the year is 10-4 in 16 starts with an ERA of 3.08 and WHIP of 1.10. Hamels has allowed three runs total over his past two starts working 14 innings but doesn’t have a win to show during these appearances as the Phillies have failed to deliver any run support for him. The knuckle ball throwing R.A. Dickey has some sick numbers as the righty starter has allowed no earned runs in six of his past seven starts working 55 2/3rds innings. That’s nearly eight innings per start in that span. For the year Dickey is 12-1 in his 16 starts with an ERA of 2.15 and WHIP of 0.88. This is the rubber game of the three game set as each club has won once thus far with each game going over the total.

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