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Braves look to avoid rare home losing streak when facing the Giants

by Mike Spector | Atlanta Braves Correspondent |
Wed, Jun 22nd 9:08am EDT

The Atlanta Braves' 12-10 loss to the San Francisco Giants last night was just its third in the previous 19 games, while San Francisco stopped a mini two-game losing streak that came after a 7-1 stretch. It was also Atlanta's first loss in the last nine home games.

Betting Impact:

The Braves are -125 moneyline favorites, per BettingPros consensus odds. The first two games of this four-game series between the San Francisco Giants and Atlanta Braves could not have been more different. On Monday, the Braves won a 2-1 pitcher's duel, as Logan Webb and Max Fried traded punches and gave their teams great outings. Last night, the Giants won a 12-10 slugfest that featured 26 hits and three combined home runs. Tonight's pitching matchup is between Carlos Rodon (6-4, 2.84) and Charlie Morton (4-3, 5.08).

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