Braves vs. Mets Odds: A Run To Be Scored In The First Inning +175 at William Hill
Tonight’s Sunday Night Baseball Matchup between the New York Mets and the Atlanta Braves is a big one. The Mets have a commanding 3.5-game lead in the NL East but the Phillies look lost, so there is an opportunity for the Braves to make a move.
But, last night the Braves were thumped by the Mets, 13-2, so Sunday Night Baseball is big for the Braves to try and make that one up.
In preparation for tonight’s big Braves vs. Mets matchup, our friends at William Hill have rolled out a massive odds boost for the first inning. Right now, in New Jersey, you can get +175 odds on there to be a run scored in the first inning of Sunday Night Baseball between the Mets and Braves.
That’s right, +175 a single run is scored in the first inning.
William Hill's Sunday Night Baseball Odds Boost: Mets vs. Braves
The best part? The offer is for new AND existing users in NJ and couldn’t be easier to claim. Just:
1. Sign in or sign up for William Hill using the exclusive offer button below
2. Deposit at least $25 in your William Hill account
3. Go to the MLB tab and scroll down to “Futures”
4. Bet your $25 deposit on the “1st Inning Super Boost”
5. If a run is scored, win at +175 odds.
The most important factor for this bet is obviously the starting pitcher matchup for Mets vs. Braves on Sunday Night Baseball. So, we’re going to break it down for you and let you know how likely it is we get a run in the first inning of tonight’s game.
New York Mets
Jacob deGrom (3-2, 0.80 ERA, 0.60 WHIP, 74 K, 7 BB)
Yeah, so if we’re going to get a first inning run tonight, I’m thinking it’s not going to come via Atlanta. DeGrom is, without a shadow of a doubt, the best pitcher on the face of the planet right now. He has let up more than one earned run in a start just one time this season and it came in Colorado.
In his last four starts, deGrom has given up three earned runs and four walks while striking out 39. He has top-end velocity, hitting triple digits, pinpoint accuracy and insane break. If you drew up the perfect pitcher, it’s Jacob deGrom. All this is to say that he is not our best chance to get a run in the first inning.
Max Fried (2-2, 4.63 ERA, 1.49 WHIP, 34 K, 14 BB)
This is our best shot. Last season, Max Fried wouldn’t be a starter to target for this odds boost. But, this season hasn’t been what Fried or the Braves were hoping for from the 27-year old lefty. Fried continues to get hit hard.
Fried is yet to have a scoreless outing yet this season. The only thing that makes me nervous is he’s improved lately. But, not to the point where I think this bet isn’t worth taking. William Hill is giving us great odds at a run coming in the first inning, a day after the Mets scored 13 on the Braves. It’s a no-brainer to take William Hill’s 1st Inning Super Boost.