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MLB Playoff Schedule October 12, 2023

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NLDS Game 4: Philadelphia Phillies @ Atlanta Braves | O/U 8.5 (-120/+100)

  • Series: PHI leads 2-1
  • Location: Truist Park in Atlanta, GA
  • Gametime: 8:07 pm ET
  • Watch: TBS

Philadelphia Phillies (+1.5) @ -135 | Moneyline: +130

In a dominant 10-2 performance, the Phillies’ Bryce Harper led a charge with 2HRs (and 2 Stare Downs) and 4 RBIs on a 2-5 night. Just to his right was Castellanos, who called him with 2 HRs and 2 RBIs on 2-4. Big 3s win championships (at least in the NBA), and Brandon Marsh showed up big with HR and Double off a stellar 3-4 in the box. The trio outperformed the Phillies team, who only saw five on base. The series is over if the Phillies maintain this confidence and momentum into the next game.

Atlanta Braves (-1.5) @ +114 | Moneyline: -155

The Braves face a critical juncture in the series. The weight of the 10-2 whooping in the last game is heavy. Elder’s 20.25 ERA is a testament to the rough night for the Brave’s bullpen. The Braves have been favored across the books in many games but had a systematic lapse in their last game. They’ll need key players to step up and big to stay in the series.


Philadelphia has to be walking around with a chip on their shoulder after their last performance and sit afront the opportunity to close out the series. However, if they lose focus -and the Books believe- Atlanta will hit them back at home and level the series. It’s a lot of momentum, and the Braves look like a movable object.

We suggest: PHI Moneyline (+124)

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Simon Flynn is a sports bettor with over 10 years experience in building profitable sports trading systems. Specializing in football (the type where players use their feet), he dreams of hitting that elusive 10-game accumulator one day. Editorial Promise