San Francisco Giants versus Atlanta Braves Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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ESPN Sunday Night Baseball will feature two pennant contending clubs as the San Francisco Giants and Atlanta Braves will conclude a weekend series on June 16th. The Giants and Braves will get things started from Atlanta at 8PM Eastern Time and ESPN will provide the live television broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home team Atlanta Braves favored by -155 odds with the return on the road underdog San Francisco Giants at +140 odds. The run total is lined at 7 ½ runs. Those who wager on the Atlanta Braves on the run line and lays the -1 ½ runs will get back +135 odds. Bettors who choose to take the +1 ½ run head start with the San Francisco Giants will lay -155 odds for a run line wager.

This is the third and rubber game of the series between the Giants and Braves. They are tied at one win apiece. Game one on Friday went to San Francisco 6-0 as a +126 road underdog. The Giants get an outstanding pitching performance by Madison Bumgarner as he throws seven scoreless innings. On the offensive side it was a nice night for Buster Posey who drove in three runs in the victory. Game two on Saturday was won by the Atlanta Braves by the final of 6-5 as a -188 betting odds favorite. Atlanta overcame a one run deficit in the ninth inning by pushing across two runs to take get the walk off win. Giants closer Sergio Romo blew his third save of the year. The pitching matchups for Sunday evening will pit Tim Lincecum facing another right hander in Julion Teheran for Atlanta. Lincecum like last season has struggled on the bump for the 2013 season. The veteran pitcher is 4-6 with an ERA of 4.70. He has lost four of his past five games for San Francisco. Julio Teheran is 4-3 with an ERA of 3.62 and WHIP of 1.19 for the Braves. Two starts back Teheran allowed one hit over eight innings at home to Pittsburgh.

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