New York vs St. Louis Fri, Apr 19
|*Community||STL +128 72%||o/7.5 62%|
*Consensus from 1934 predictions.
|.32116th||On Base Percentage||.3386th|
Is Vargas as bad as his stats say he is? Looks like an easy win for The Cardinals unless Im overlooking something. Are the Mets a favorite due to more fans or is Vegas using an entirely different set of stats?60%
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St. Louis Cardinals (73% consensus). The New York Mets dropped four of their last five games after a hot start and are happy to be taking a break from the National League East. The Mets will take a brief step away from divisional competition when they visit the St. Louis Cardinals on Friday in the opener of a three-game series... http://bit.ly/2E6om38
Betting Prediction for New York Mets vs St. Louis Cardinals on April 19, 2019, 8:15 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: St. Louis will WIN and the Total will go Over .
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Viva El Birdos: Series Preview 4/19-21: Mets vs. Cardinals
After the Mexico Series last weekend and a set in Milwaukee this week, the Cardinals are back home in St. Louis to kick off a nine-game homestand at Busch Stadium. That will get underway on Friday night, as the Mets are in town for a three-game series.
Entering play on Friday, the Cardinals and Mets both have 10-8 records. Both clubs are one game behind the division leaders (the Brewers in the Central and the Phillies in the East), yet the Cardinals' run differential is +12 and the Mets' is -10.
Amazin' Avenue: Mets look to avoid feeling the St. Louis blues as they face the Cardinals
The New York Mets (10-8) embark on the final leg of their ten-game road trip as they take on the St. Louis Cardinals (10-8) for three games at Busch Stadium. So far, the Mets have split a four-game set with the Atlanta Braves and have dropped two out of three against the Philadelphia Phillies on this trip. The Mets and Cardinals split the season series in 2018, with each club claiming two out of three on their home turf.
The Mets limp into play tonight after taking game one against the Phillies in a back-and-forth, extra innings affair before being blown out in the second game and falling in a nail biter in the matinee finale on Wednesday.