The Atlanta Braves (11-15) and the New York Mets (18-8) ended their four-game series on Wednesday afternoon with first pitch set for 1:10 p.m. ET. New York is listed as the -135 favorite (risk $135 to win $100), while Atlanta is set as the +115 underdog. The over-under for total runs expected is set at seven (see up-to-date odds for every game this week on our MLB odds page).
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The model knows New York designated hitter Pete Alonso is a big-time slugger in the lineup. Alonso has a huge uppercut and can smack the baseball around the yard with ease. The 2019 All-Star has the ability to consistently produce runs as well. Alonso has a batting average of .260 with four home runs and a team-high 21 RBIs.
The model also knows Atlanta third baseman Austin Riley has a natural swing with a strong arm from the corner of the diamond. Riley can hit for average and has very good footwork. The 2021 MLB World Champion is leading the squad in homers (7), runs batted in (14) with a batting average of .274. On May 2, Riley went 2-for-4 with a solo home run.
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