Miami vs Washington Mon, May 27
|*Community||WSH -300 71%||o/8 58%|
*Consensus from 887 predictions.
|26829th||Earned Run Average||4.6214th|
These teams have been in a few shoot outs but I don't think that's going to be the case today. Scherzer is Scherzer and that Marlins are the Marlins so I don't think we can exept a big run line on that end. Urena isn't a great pitcher, but he's not a horrible pitcher. He's already played this Nationals team once and only gave up 2 runs in six innings and while I absolutley hate this Nats pen, I'm hoping its a 3-1 game by the time they take over and I like the under in this one. I've taking Sherzer too many times at -200 or worse (like todays -320) just to be sweating my ass off because the Nats don't give him any run support. I always tell myself "why don't I just take the damn under next time" and "next time" is now so I'm riding the under60%
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-320? WTF? Urena has been solid this year and actually has a lower ERA than Scherzer over last 3 games. Washington should be favored here but these odds are ridiculous. If Miami gets a few balls to fall on offense i think they can actually win this game. I'll take a flyer on the Marlins today...50%
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I like the RL for the Nats here. I think this is a great spot for Scherzer to bounce back and dominate this Marlins team. I will look for him to go deep in this game and get 5+ k's easily. Look for a blowout here in Washington.60%
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CBS Miami: Miami Marlins Drop Third Straight Game In Loss To Washington Nationals
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Even at age 35 and with a history of hamstring injuries, Howie Kendrick keeps making it tough for his manager to keep him out of the lineup.
Kendrick answered the call again Sunday with three hits and three RBIs, including his eighth home run, in Washington's 9-6 victory over the Miami Marlins.
"You want to put him out there every day," Nationals manager Dave Martinez said. "But I've got to make sure that he's rested and he stays healthy throughout the whole year."
Injuries have forced Kendrick into more early action than expected, and without him Washington's struggles so far could've been even worse.