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Miami Marlins vs. San Francisco Giants prediction and pick for Friday. I cannot contain my excitement for being able to bet on this market again. It worked wonders for us last year and I expect more of the same.

Miami Marlins vs. San Francisco Giants Prediction: Is This the Perfect Spot for NRFI?

I will start this off by sharing something very weird I noticed. If you go to “inning bets” you will see 0 runs in the first inning very juiced at -165 but if you scroll over to “runs” you will see a yes or no question for “Any Run 1st Inning?” with much less juice. Not sure why that’s the case but I will gladly pay 40 fewer cents on my dollar. Now that we’ve cleared that up let's get into why I like this bet so much.

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1u - Giants vs Marlins NRFI @ -125 (Bet $125 to win $100)

NRFI’s stand for "no runs first inning" and are arguably my favorite bet type among all sports I bet. Just six electric outs and you’re a winner. It sounds so easy. Today’s game between Miami and San Francisco features two stud pitchers in Logan Webb and Sandy Alcantara. Sandy Alcantara was kind to this prop last year as he hit in 26/33 starts. Logan Webb has such a great history against these Marlins bats as well, as I’m currently seeing the Marlins with a 1-22 mark against him in their careers. Logan Webb is such a phenomenal pitcher and should be grooving in this one.

You could bet every NRFI today and I would respect but this one stood out the most. Yesterday NRFI’s went 6-1 with the one exception being Brubaker on the road which is almost a given that he allows at least one early. With the short spring and players' nerves playing a factor we will be seeing a ton of bad swings and at-bats. Will keep betting this market until I’m given a reason not to, especially if the juice is manageable like this one. Let's start off hot with this market much like last year.

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Josh has a knack for picking winning bets, and he specializes in the NFL, NBA, and MLB. As a lifelong Detroit sports fan, he has plenty of time on his hands during playoff season. You can follow him on Twitter at @ThatGuyBets.


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