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2020 MLB Playoffs: Braves vs. Reds odds, picks, Game 1 predictions from proven model

Teams looking for their first playoff series win in quite some time square off in the National League Wild Card round of the 2020 MLB Playoffs playoffs when the Atlanta Braves host the Cincinnati Reds in Game 1 on Wednesday. The Reds (31-29), the seventh seed, are making their first playoff appearance since 2013, while the Braves (35-25), the second seed, are making their third straight postseason appearance. Cincinnati last won a series in 1995, while Atlanta has not won one since 2001. The Braves have lost 10 consecutive playoff series.

First pitch from Truist Park in Atlanta is set for noon ET. Atlanta is the -125 favorite on the money line in the latest Braves vs. Reds odds from William Hill, while the over-under for total runs scored is 7.5. Before making any Reds vs. Braves picks, check out the latest MLB predictions from the SportsLine Projection Model. 

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2020 MLB Playoffs odds, picks, predictions, futures: Model fading Astros to win pennant

The Los Angeles Dodgers have qualified for the MLB Playoffs the last seven seasons, reaching the World Series twice during that span. However, the storied organization hasn’t won a world championship since defeating the Oakland Athletics in 1988. The Dodgers, who posted a major league-best 43-17 record in 2020 en route to their eighth consecutive National League West title, have captured five of their six World Series crowns since relocating from Brooklyn in 1958.

Los Angeles is the favorite to add to that total at +350 in the latest 2020 World Series odds from William Hill. Before making any 2020 MLB Playoffs picks, be sure to see the latest MLB futures predictions from the SportsLine Projection Model.

This model, which simulates every pitch 10,000 times, is coming off a banner 2019 season. The model returned more than $1,400 on its top-rated MLB money-line and run-line picks, and anyone who followed

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2020 MLB Playoffs: Astros vs. Twins odds, picks, Game 1 predictions from proven model

The Minnesota Twins will look to advance in the playoffs for the first time since reaching the American League Championship Series in 2002 when they take on the Houston Astros in Game 1 of a best-of-three Wild-Card matchup on Tuesday. The Twins (36-24) are the third seed after winning the AL Central, one game clear of both the Cleveland Indians and Chicago White Sox. The Astros (29-31) are seeded sixth after placing second in the AL West. Houston is one of only two teams with a losing record to make MLB’s 16-team playoff. The other was the Milwaukee Brewers.

First pitch from Target Field in Minneapolis is set for 2 p.m. ET. The Astros lead the all-time series 33-31, while the series is tied 16-16 in games played at Target Field. Minnesota is the -160 favorite on the money line in the latest Astros vs. Twins odds from William Hill,

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