Banker TIP 25.09.2012 (Won)

02:10 ATL Braves v MIA Marlins 1 1.40  
Stake: 100 Units
Total Odd: 1.40
Total Won: 140 Units

For the Braves, Tuesday could be one of the biggest days of the season. After beating the Phillies, 2-1, on Sunday, the Braves’ magic number for clinching a spot in the playoffs stands at two. While the Braves are off on Monday, the Brewers, the third-place team in the National League Wild Card race, play the NL East-leading Nationals. By the time the Braves and Marlins begin the first game of their three-game series on Tuesday at Turner Field, their magic number could be one.

If the Braves are on the cusp of clinching, they have their ideal starting pitcher on the mound to get it done. The Braves reworked their rotation to put right-hander Kris Medlen  in line to pitch in the Wild Card game. Medlen is 9-1 with 1.51 ERA this season and The Braves have won 21 straight games Medlen has started. Medlen and the Braves will try to join Hall of Flame as 3rd team to have won 22 straight games started by a pitcher.

The Marlins will send rookie right-hander Nathan Eovaldi to the mound who is 4-12 with 4.36 ERA this season. Eovaldi has made two starts against the Braves – the first did not go well, as he allowed six runs on eight hits in two innings on August 2. But last week, Eovaldi struck out five batters in a career-high eight scoreless innings, but it happened at home. And you know that there is big difference between playing at home and playing away.

Lets see what statistics will show?  Miami is 1-6 in its last 7 games and 0-5 in last 5 games on the road. In addition Miami is 3-11 in last 14 games when playing Atlanta. On the other side Atlanta is 7-2 in its last 9 games and 5-0 in last 5 games at home. Definitely and the statistic is on Braves’ side, so take Braves and GL!

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