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Baseball Betting Preview: Giants vs. Braves Odds, Picks and Analysis (August 29, 2021)

San Francisco Giants vs. Atlanta Braves Betting Information & Odds

At the onset of the 2021 campaign, nobody saw the Giants as a leading contender with the sports betting odds.  San Francisco paled in comparison to what has become a Dodgers dynasty in the National League West.  Los Angeles has won the division eight consecutive seasons.  And as the defending World Series champion, the Dodgers get the benefit of the doubt with the gambling public.  However, Los Angeles was stagnant for the first few months of the season.  San Francisco took full advantage.  Atlanta slogged for the first two-thirds of 2021.  But now the Braves are on fire.

San Francisco Giants vs. Atlanta Braves Betting Information

Date: Sunday, August 29, 2021
Time: 1:20 p.m. ET
Location: Truist Park, Cumberland, Georgia
TV Coverage: TBS

San Francisco Giants at Atlanta Braves CashBet Wagering Analysis

Fashion that the Giants and Braves are two of the hottest teams on the board.  San Francisco continues to provide excellent sportsbook value.  Wise Guys love how consistently underrated the Giants are.  Commencing with that is San Francisco’s ability to get the money.  By contrast, the MLB betting public fully believes in the Braves.  Atlanta is the 3-time defending National League East champion.  And their recent upsurge has the full attention of sharps.

A Giant Climb To the NL West Lead

San Francisco has won seven of their most recent ten games. In comparison, six of their previous eight games stayed under the total.  San Francisco is 80-44 straight up, 75-49 vs. the run line, and 57-63-4 under the total.  Specifically, on the road, the Giants are 38-25 straight up, 40-23 vs. the run line, and 26-34-3 under the total.  MLB metrics show the Giants 9th for run production and 2nd for earned run average.  San Francisco’s bullpen ranks 3rd best in MLB.

Anthony Desclafani is the probable Giants starter.  So far, Desclafani is 11-5 with a 3.26 ERA and 1.085 WHIP.  Closer Jake McGee is 3-2 with 28 saves in 32 Betting on baseball opportunities. In sum, McGee has a 2.68 earned run average and 0.84 WHIP.

A Brave New Move to Top of NL East  

Late on, the Braves got the money in nine of their previous ten games.  Atlanta went under the total in five of their last six matchups.  Now, the Braves are 68-57 straight up, 59-64 vs. the run line, and 61-56-5 over the total.  At Truist Park, Atlanta is 31-30 straight up, 21-40 vs. the run line, and 34-23-4 over the total.  Overall MLB metrics show the Braves 8th for run production and 13th for earned run average.  Atlanta ranks 19th for MLB bullpen ERA.

Ian Anderson is the probable starter for the Braves.  Thus far, Anderson is 5-5 with a 3.56 ERA and 1.250 WHIP.  Closer Will Smith has filled the void that was left for the first half of the season.  Smith is 3-6 with 28 saves in 32 save opportunities.  He has a 3.74 earned run average with 1.19 WHIP.

Third baseman Austin Riley has been a key contributor with the MLB betting lines.  To show, Riley is hitting .301 with a .535 slugging percentage and .911 OPS.  Riley has 71 runs, 23 doubles, 27 home runs, and 77 runs batted in.  First baseman Freddie Freeman is hitting .296 with a .903 OPS and .510 slugging percentage.  Freeman has 93 runs, 27 home runs, and 70 runs batted in.

San Francisco Giants at Atlanta Braves Against the Spread

Overall, San Francisco is 2-8 in their last ten games vs. Atlanta.  The Giants and Braves are 3-8 to the under in their series.  The Giants are 4-2 in their previous six games in Atlanta.  And then this series is 1-3 under the baseball betting total in Atlanta

San Francisco Giants at Atlanta Braves CashBet Free Pick  

In this situation, the Braves’ momentum is not something that anyone wants to step into.  Atlanta’s MLB gambling value has not been higher in 2021.

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