Miami Marlins vs. Washington Nationals Total Pick
- Updated: April 9, 2014
Time: 7:05 PM EST Wednesday April 9, 2014 MAS2
Location: Nationals Park, Washington, D.C.
The Washington Nationals host the Miami Marlins in a National League East match up.
In their last games: The Nationals beat the Marlins 5-0 in Game 1 of this 3-game series.
In yesterday’s game the Marlins only had 4 hits and the Nationals scored 2 runs in the 6th and 8th inning.
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The Nationals are 11-1 in their last 12 home games against the Marlins.
Pitching Match Up
Miami Marlins: Brad Hand (0-0 0.00 ERA)
Washington Nationals: Jordan Zimmermann (0-0 1.80 ERA)
Money Line: Marlins +160 / Nationals -180
Run Line: Washington -1.5 +160
Total Line: 7 Under
Straight up and Against the Point Spread Records
Miami Marlins: 5-3 SU / O/U 4-3 / Run Line W/L 5-3
Washington Nationals: 5-2 SU / O/U 3-4 / Run Line W/L 4-3
Key Betting Trends
• MIA is Marlins are 5-1 in their last 6 games following a loss.
• MIA is 9-3 in their last 12 overall.
• MIA has an Under record of 8-2-1 in Turner’s last 11 road starts.
• WASH is 18-8 in their last 26 home games.
• WASH is 37-14 in their last 51 games as a favorite.
• WASH has an Under record of 7-3 in their last 10 home games.
Key Player Injuries
[SP] 04/09/2014 – Jacob Turner day to day ( Shoulder)
[3B] 04/08/2014 – Ed Lucus 15-day DL ( Hand )
[2B] 04/06/2014 – Rafael Furcal 15-day DL ( Hamstring)
[C] 04/02/2014 – Wilson Ramos 15-day DL (4/1), expected to miss 4-8 weeks ( Hand )
[LF] 04/06/2014 – Scott Hairston 15-day DL (4/6) ( Oblique )
[3B] 04/07/2014 – Ryan Zimmerman “?” ( Shoulder )
[P] 03/30/2014 – Doug Fister 15-day DL (3/23) ( Back )
[P] 03/29/2014 – Ross Ohlendorf 60-day DL (3/26) ( Back )
[P] 03/28/2014 – Erik Davis 60-day DL (2/13) ( Elbow )
Over/Under Total Pick:
The Marlins send out spot starter lefty Brad Hand to the mound tonight. Hand has pitched well in relief this season pitching 5 innings of 1-hit ball in two outings. He did start only 2 games last season, but his latest was a solid going 6.1 innings allowing 2 runs. The Nationals counter with Jordan Zimmerman who did pitch only 5 innings, but was sharp striking out 9 and giving up 1 run. He has pitched well against Miami in the past so I expect another strong showing tonight. It’s early in the season, so it is difficult to gauge the hitters on both clubs, but neither has impressed in recent games.
Take the Under 7 (-105).