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vs Atlanta 93-59 | 47-29 home
Thursday 12:10pm ET

Pittsburgh vs Atlanta Predictions

Thu, Jun 13, 12:10pm ET at SunTrust Park
Starting Pitchers
Joe Musgrove (4-6) ERA: 4.64
L3: S/O: 4.3 WHIP: 1.5 ER: 2.7 IP: 4.7
J Teheran (4-4) ERA: 3.03
L3: S/O: 4 WHIP: 1 ER: 3 IP: 5.3

Consensus Picks

Computer ATL -143 u/9.5
*Community ATL -150 75% u/9.5 60%

*Consensus from 962 predictions.

.2675thBatting Average.2598th
.32516thOn Base Percentage.3386th
.42720thSlugging Percentage.4566th
20th OFFENSE 11th
6th Hits 9th
8th Strike Outs 9th
28th DEFENSE 16th
25th Hits 15th
14th Strike Outs 12th
2019 NL Central Standings
St. Louis 85 67 .559 W1
Milwaukee 82 70 .539 L1
Chicago 82 70 .539 L2
Cincinnati 72 81 .471 W2
Pittsburgh 65 87 .428 L5
2019 NL East Standings
Atlanta 93 60 .608 L3
Washington 83 68 .550 L1
Philadelphia 78 72 .520 W2
New York 79 73 .520 W2
Miami 53 99 .349 L1
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  • I like how the Pirates are fighting recently but this Braves team is proving time and time again that they are too much to handle. The Braves are starting to get better starting pitching to go along with their potent line up and that spells trouble here. Pittsburgh has dropped eight out of their last ten games, while Atlanta has put together a nice 6 game winning streak. Julio Teheran is on an incredible run considering what he looked like earlier this season, allowing one or zero earned runs in seven consecutive starts. The combo of Teheran on the mound and the Braves bats producing the way they are, Take the Braves here and sprinkle a little on the Run Line

    My Pick: Atlanta -145 50%
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  • @rc • 3m

    Teheran has been dialed in his last 3 starts and considerably better than Musgrove and ATL has the hotter bats. -145 is a little pricey so I'll put 50% on the RL and 50% on the ML and average down.

    My Pick: Atlanta -142
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  • @Covers • 3m
     Pittsburgh Pirates vs Atlanta Braves on 2019-06-13 added by Covers

    Covers community free betting prediction for
    Atlanta Braves
    (76% consensus). Austin Riley struggled after a brilliant start to his major-league career, riding a 2-for-22 streak with nine strikeouts, but the Atlanta Braves rookie left fielder broke out at the right time Wednesday. The Braves enter Thursday's home series finale against the Pittsburgh Pirates aiming for a four-game sweep after Riley went 3-for-5 with three RBIs, belting a game-tying homer in the ninth and scoring the game-winning run on Ozzie Albies' walkoff double in the 11th inning of an 8-7 victory... http://bit.ly/2J3bpLo

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     Pittsburgh Pirates vs Atlanta Braves on 2019-06-13 added by OddsShark

    Betting Prediction for Pittsburgh Pirates vs Atlanta Braves on June 13, 2019, 12:10 PM ET

    Free Betting Prediction: Atlanta will Win and the Total will go Under .

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  • @Braves • 3m

    Fansided: 3 takeaways as Atlanta Braves finish off 4-game sweep of Pirates

    A huge fifth inning off of Monday's nemesis Joe Musgrove proved the be the power that the Atlanta Braves needed to take down the Pirates for the series sweep.

    The strike zone was all over the place today, and that eventually led to the ejection of Braves manager Brian Snitker after a terrible strike three called on Ronald Acuna in the 4th inning.

    Another quick note is the outfield defense was a problem today and has been for a while now. Matt Joyce took a terrible route to a fly ball which led to a 2 base error and that run eventually scored when Ronald Acuna tried to make a diving catch that was unnecessary.

  • @Braves • 3m

    Fansided: 3 takeaways: First-place Atlanta Braves walk it off vs Pirates, keep streaking

    It didn't always look promising for the Atlanta Braves on Wednesday evening/early Thursday morning.

    Atlanta starter Mike Soroka was very un-Mike-like for the first time this season, as the Bucs jumped on him early and often.

    A four-run Braves lead was interrupted by a steady Pirates comeback, a lengthy rain delay and a blown save in the 9th.

    But, oh, how sweet it was at the end.

    Austin Riley's hit quite a few impressive home runs in his very short MLB career, but his 9th inning, game-tying shot against Kyle Crick was probably the most significant to date: not just on a personal record-setting level, but for what it signifies for this Braves team.

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