The Philadelphia Phillies will be looking to extend their winning streak to five when they play the final game of a four-match series against the Pittsburgh Pirates at PNC Park. They have won the first three games of the series.
The Pirates will send JT Brubaker (2-8, 3.96 ERA) to the mound, against Aaron Nola (6-8, 3.32 ERA) for the Phillies.
The first pitch is scheduled for 13:35, and the match can be watched on DirecTVstream and fuboTV.
Here are the betting odds, courtesy of Dimers.com
- Run Line: Pirates +1.5 (-110), Phillies -1.5 (+100)
- Moneyline: Pirates +160, Phillies -178
- Total: Over/Under 7 (-115/+100)
Saturday night’s 2-1 win in 10 innings was big for the Phils. It happened on the night that St. Louis was beaten by Washington. The Phils now lead the Cardinals by full play to the third and final National League wildcard spot.
They won on a night where they left a full base in the first inning on their way to a 0-for-9 appearance with the runners in scoring positions.
Starting pitcher Ranger Suarez turned around in his third strong outing in a row since losing time with a back spasm. Catcher JT Realmuto hit a solo homer to the right over sixth to get the Phillies on board. Realmuto hit .349 (23 for 66) with five homers in its last 19 games.
WHAT: Philadelphia Phillies (53-47) at Pittsburgh Pirates (40-60)
WHEN: 13:35 Sunday
WHERE: PNC Park
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