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MLB : ATS Matchup
Wednesday 5/5/2021Line$ LineOU LineScore
-1.5  +115

+1.5  -135



ATLANTA (13 - 16) at WASHINGTON (12 - 13)
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Wednesday, 5/5/2021 7:05 PM
Board OpeningLatest
955ATLANTA-115Ov 8.5,-110-130Ov 9,+100
956WASHINGTON+105Un 8.5,-110+120Un 9,-120
ATLANTA - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games13-16-7.716-124.70.2350.3120.4250.7375.00.2510.3280.4420.770
Road Games6-9-3.36-94.10.2200.3030.3700.6744.70.2600.3460.4490.795
vs Right-handed Starters12-12-312-124.70.2350.3180.4240.7424.50.2430.3210.4050.726
Past 7 Games3-4-1.94-35.10.2830.3360.4780.8145.10.2570.3320.4320.764
Grass Games13-16-7.716-124.70.2350.3120.4250.7375.00.2510.3280.4420.770
Night Games9-8-2.112-55.90.2660.3440.5040.8485.00.2340.3110.4150.726
ATLANTA - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.70.2350.31229942221473420.42513010625261991513914
Road Games4.10.2200.30315486107171180.3705958136310111897
Righty Starters4.70.2350.31824780183403340.4241079521061711110812
ATLANTA - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games4.631.48510357539713561125-86460%
Road Games4.761.62751292749834583-53260%

WASHINGTON - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games12-13-0.69-153.50.2500.3060.3790.6864.30.2240.3040.4110.715
Home Games8-6+0.75-93.50.2490.3110.3890.7004.00.2100.2920.4020.694
vs Left-handed Starters3-4-0.84-34.30.2830.3350.4330.7684.60.2310.3090.4340.743
Past 7 Games4-3+1.63-43.70.2600.3140.4190.7333.60.2110.2980.3990.697
Grass Games12-13-0.69-153.50.2500.3060.3790.6864.30.2240.3040.4110.715
Night Games5-7-1.86-63.70.2470.2950.3900.6856.20.2480.3320.4610.793
WASHINGTON - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games3.50.2500.30625809202341230.3798666207111691414137
Home Games3.50.2490.31114434108220130.38948391061093121185
Lefty Starters4.30.2830.3357233668090.4333018611523214
WASHINGTON - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games3.521.20984.33733611141795-23175%
Home Games3.171.15848.3181729527434-12166.7%
ATLANTA - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
4/21/2021ANDERSON(R)@ NY YANKEESKLUBER(R)4-1W1308.5 ovU490591
4/23/2021YNOA(R)ARIZONAWEAVER(R)5-4W-1558.5 ovO760540
4/25/2021WILSON(R)ARIZONAGALLEN(R)0-5L-1306.5 ovU132850
4/25/2021SMYLY(L)ARIZONABUMGARNER(L)0-7L-1807 unP0011051
4/26/2021MORTON(R)CHICAGO CUBSDAVIES(R)8-7W-1908.5 unO10101670
4/27/2021ANDERSON(R)CHICAGO CUBSWILLIAMS(R)5-0W-1658.5 ovU10100231
4/28/2021YNOA(R)CHICAGO CUBSHENDRICKS(R)10-0W-1308.5 ovO18111590
4/29/2021WILSON(R)CHICAGO CUBSALZOLAY(R)3-9L-1309 ovO77016120
4/30/2021SMYLY(L)@ TORONTORAY(L)5-13L11510.5 unO9421490
5/1/2021MORTON(R)@ TORONTOBERGEN(L)5-6L-13510.5 ovO11100981
5/2/2021ANDERSON(R)@ TORONTOSTRIPLING(R)2-7L-12510.5 ovU9811171
5/4/2021YNOA(R)@ WASHINGTONROSS(R)6-1W-1309 evU761553

 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
4/21/2021SCHERZER(R)ST LOUISMARTINEZ(R)1-0W-1607.5 unU450691
4/23/2021FEDDE(R)@ NY METSDEGROM(R)0-6L2507 unU2201180
4/24/2021ROSS(R)@ NY METSSTROMAN(R)7-1W1808 ovP1080671
4/25/2021CORBIN(L)@ NY METSWALKER(R)0-4L1357.5 unU570860
4/27/2021SCHERZER(R)@ TORONTOTHORNTON(R)5-9L-1158.5 unO9611020
4/28/2021FEDDE(R)@ TORONTOMATZ(L)8-2W1659.5 ovO1160570
4/30/2021LESTER(L)MIAMILOPEZ(R)2-1W+1158 unU9507100
5/1/2021CORBIN(L)MIAMICAMPBELL(R)7-2W-1458.5 unO1281462
5/2/2021SCHERZER(R)MIAMIROGERS(L)3-1W-1557 unU871530
5/4/2021ROSS(R)ATLANTAYNOA(R)1-6L+1209 evU553761
ATLANTA: He's Here: RHP Charlie Morton, LHP Drew Smyly, RHP Carl Edwards Jr., SS Ehire Adrianza, 3B Jake Lamb, 2B Jason Kipnis, OF Guillermo Heredia, OF Phillip Ervin.
He's Outta Here: OF Nick Markakis, OF Adam Duvall, INF Charlie Culberson, RHP Mike Foltynewicz, RHP Mark Melancon, C Tyler Flowers, RHP Shane Greene, RHP Darren O'Day, RHP Jhoulys Chacin, INF Adeiny Hechavarria, LHP Cole Hamels.
Projected Lineup: CF Ronald Acu'a Jr. (.250, 14 HRs, 29 RBIs, 8 SBs), 2B Ozzie Albies (.271, 6, 19), 1B Freddie Freeman (.341, 13, 53, .462 OBP, NL MVP), LF Marcell Ozuna (.338, 18, 56, .431 OBP), C Travis d'Arnaud (.321, 9, 34), 3B Austin Riley (.239, 8, 27), SS Dansby Swanson (.274, 10, 35), CF Cristian Pache (.278, 11, 53 with Double-A Mississippi in 2019).
Rotation: LH Max Fried (7-0, 2.25 ERA), RH Charlie Morton (2-2, 4.74 with Rays; 3-1, 2.70 in postseason), RH Ian Anderson (3-2, 1.95), LH Drew Smyly (0-1, 3.42 with Giants), RH Kyle Wright (2-4, 5.21), RH Mike Soroka (0-1, 3.95, likely to begin season on injured list completing recovery from torn Achilles).
Key Relievers: LH Will Smith (2-2, 4.50, 7 HRs in 16 IP), RH Chris Martin (1-1, 1.00, 1 save), LH Tyler Matzek (4-3, 2.79, 43 Ks in 29 IP), LH A.J. Minter (1-1, 0.83), RH Luke Jackson (2-0, 6.84), RH Jacob Webb (0 ERs in 10 IP), RH Bryse Wilson (1-0, 4.02, 1 save).
Outlook: Even though the rest of the NL East bulked up, the Braves show no signs of slipping after winning three straight division titles. They finally won a postseason series ' two of them, in fact ' to break a drought going back to 2001. Then, the Braves came within one win of the World Series, taking a 3-1 lead in the NL Championship Series before the Dodgers rallied to win the last three games. That bitter disappointment only strengthened the Braves' resolve; this season, it's World Series or bust. Atlanta moved aggressively to bolster its thin rotation by signing veterans Morton and Smyly to one-year contracts. When Soroka (a 13-game winner and All-Star in 2019) is fully recovered, the rotation could be one of baseball's best. Fried was fifth in NL Cy Young Award balloting, while Anderson also has the makings of a future ace after a stellar rookie campaign. The hitters are a dynamic group, as well, with MVP Freeman and Ozuna providing a powerful 1-2 punch in the middle of the lineup. If Acu'a recaptures the form he showed in 2019, when he had 41 homers and 37 stolen bases, the Braves will have three of the game's most feared offensive players. The only major question mark is the bullpen, where the Braves must find a replacement for Melancon's 11 saves. No one in the current bullpen had more than one save in the pandemic-shortened 2020 campaign, though Smith is a former closer for the Giants.
WASHINGTON: He's Here: 1B Josh Bell, LF Kyle Schwarber, LHP Brad Hand, LHP Jon Lester, C Alex Avila, C Welington Castillo, OF Gerardo Parra, LHP Sam Clay, 1B Ryan Zimmerman, RHP Joe Ross.
He's Outta Here: INF Howie Kendrick, RF Adam Eaton, RHP An'bal S'nchez, LHP Sean Doolittle, C Kurt Suzuki, CF Michael A. Taylor, 1B Eric Thames, INF Wilmer Difo, RHP Wil Crowe, RHP James Bourque, LHP Roenis El'as.
Projected Lineup: CF Victor Robles (.220, 3 HRs, 15 RBIs), RF Juan Soto (.351, 13, 37, 1.185 OPS), SS Trea Turner (.335, 12, 41, 12 SBs), 1B Josh Bell (.226, 8, 22 with Pirates), LF Kyle Schwarber (.188, 11, 24 with Cubs), 2B Starlin Castro (.267, 2, 4 in 16 games), C Yan Gomes (.284, 4, 13), 3B Carter Kieboom (.202, 0, 9).
Rotation: RH Max Scherzer (5-4, 3.74 ERA, 92 Ks, 67 1/3 innings), LH Patrick Corbin (2-7, 4.66), RH Stephen Strasburg (season-ending surgery after 5 innings in 2020; 18-6, 3.32 in 2019), LH Jon Lester (3-3, 5.16 with Cubs), RH Joe Ross (opted out in 2020; 4-4, 5.48 in 2019).
Key Relievers: LH Brad Hand (2-1, 2.05, AL-leading 16/16 saves with Indians), RH Daniel Hudson (3-2, 6.10, 10/15 saves), RH Will Harris (0-1, 3.06, 1 save), RH Tanner Rainey (1-1, 2.66), RH Wander Suero (2-0, 3.80).
Outlook: After a big step back from World Series champions in 2019 to tied for last place in the NL East in pandemic-shortened 2020, a lot of familiar faces are gone, and the Nationals are counting on their potentially best-in-baseball starting staff ' if healthy ' and a beefed up batting order to get them back to the postseason. The offense revolves around reigning NL batting champ Soto and Turner, both of whom Washington would love to sign to long-term deals, and the hope is the additions of ' and bounce-backs by ' Bell (via trade) and Schwarber (free agency) will offer help to the two holdover stars. Scherzer is entering the final season of his seven-year, $210 million deal and turns 37 in July, but still seems capable of the sort of form that earned three Cy Young Awards. Strasburg, the 2019 World Series MVP, will try to rebound after right wrist surgery; Lester is hoping the removal of a parathyroid gland in March will alleviate the sluggishness he felt in his last season with the Cubs. Hand helps the back end of a bullpen that already included a trio of potential closers in Hudson, Harris and Rainey. A big question mark is Kieboom, a first-round draft pick who has struggled at the plate in limited opportunities in the majors. Another is whether Robles can get on base enough to bat leadoff. Zimmerman, who transitions to a bench player and pinch hitter at age 36, and likely fifth starter Ross return after opting out of 2020 because of COVID-19 concerns. The D.C. city government cleared the way for 5,000 fans per game at Nationals Park; the team is hoping that number can increase at some point.

Last Updated: 6/21/2021 7:40:55 AM EST

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