Washington Nationals versus Atlanta Braves Pick Prediction MLB Betting Lines Odds Preview 4-27-2015

| April 27, 2015

The Washington Nationals are headed to the road to play the Atlanta Braves in a Major League Baseball game slated for Monday April 27th.

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Start time from Atlanta is scheduled for 7PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by ESPN TV.

The odds from this contest have the road team Washington Nationals the -127 wagering favorite with the return on the Atlanta Braves at +117 odds. The run total is lined at seven runs.

Getting the start for Washington will be Doug Fister. The Nationals righty is 1-0 in three starts with an ERA of 2.37 and WHIP of 1.26. He last worked on Wednesday and allowed four earned runs and seven hits over six innings of work as he received a no decision in a 7-5 home defeat to the St Louis Cardinals as a -101 odds underdog.

Atlanta will throw Eric Stults for the fourth time on the year. Stults is 0-1 with an ERA of 4.50 and WHIP of 1.19. The lefty appeared on Wednesday and surrendered one earned run and four hits in six innings pitched as he received a no decision in a 3-2 road defeat at the Mets as a +119 betting underdog.

Washington has lost five straight after a 6-2 road defeat on Sunday to Miami as a -112 betting favorite. Atlanta has lost five of six games with the 5-4 road defeat at Philadelphia on Sunday as a -105 betting underdog.

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