The Dodgers look to win the series in Miami this afternoon in the finale of this four-game series with the Marlins. The Dodgers have won two of the first three games, losing only a nail-biter against Cy Young favorite Sandy Alcantara on Saturday.
The Dodgers will send All-Star Tony Gonsolin to the mound, looking to bring home his 17th win and lower his league-leading 2.10 ERA. Gonsolin has allowed just two earned runs in 23.2 innings pitched this month.
The Marlins will counter with Pablo Lopez, who started the season very well but has struggled quite a bit lately. Before throwing six shutout innings against Oakland in his last start, Lopez had allowed 20 earned runs in 18 innings over his previous four starts. Since the beginning of June, Lopez is 4-6 with a 5.00 ERA.
Team Games (W/L)
- Dodgers against the spread (ATS) this season: 79-47 (per ActionNetwork.com)
- Marlins ATS: 57-70
According to FanDuel, the Dodgers are heavy favorites to win this game, as of 9:30 am PT. Los Angeles is listed at (-250) to win outright, with the Marlins at (+205). The Dodgers are favored to cover the 1.5-run spread (-142), while the Marlins are (+118) to cover. The over-under is set at 7 runs, with the over at (-120) and the under at (-102).
Dodgers Player Props
Max Muncy, Freddie Freeman, and Will Smith are all listed at (+400) to homer, with Joey Gallo (+420), Trea Turner (+420), Cody Bellinger (+470), and Justin Turner (+480) not far behind. There are no great longshot homer bets for the Dodgers, with Gavin Lux’s (+750) the longest odds.
First pitch is set for 3:40 PM PT. SportsNetLA will be broadcasting the game, with Bally Sports Florida carrying the game for those Dodgers fans who have taken their talents to South Beach.
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