Los Angeles Angels vs Atlanta Braves 7/24/2022 Picks Predictions Previews
The Los Angeles Angels (39-55) will be running through bases against the Atlanta Braves (57-38) in the series installment finale of the MLB Interleague at Truist Park in Atlanta on Sunday at 1:35 PM ET.
Pitchers: Reid Detmers vs. Ian Anderson
First pitch: 1:35 p.m. ET
Angels local broadcast: Bally Sports West
Braves local broadcast: Bally Sports Southeast
Live stream: MLB.tv (subscription)
Odds, picks & predictions
Run Line: Braves -1.5 (-110)
Run total: 9
Moneyline odds: Angels +185, Braves -215
Los Angeles fell to 4th place at 39-55 in the American League West Division with a .415 team percentage and 23.5 games after gaining 366 runs but losing 408 throughout the season.
The Angels will try to prevent a series sweep after losing the first installments of a series to the Braves at 1-8 and 2-7 this weekend.
DH Shohei Ohtani earned a one-run score on two hits with an RBI in leading the offense for the Halos in their recent loss to Atlanta at 2-7 on Saturday.
Starter Patrick Sandoval struggled on the mound after giving away 8 hits, 5 earned runs, and 2 walks while striking out 4 batters after finishing 3.0 innings in the loss.
CF Mike Trout led LA in home runs completed at 24 while adding 51 RBIs and batting .270 for the year while SP Shohei Ohtani contributed a team-leading 56 RBIs with 19 long balls and a .256 batting average.
RF Taylor Ward reinforced the offense for the Halos with a batting average of .286, an on-base percentage of .378, and slugging .488 in the season. Left-handed Reid Detmers (2-3, 4.11 ERA, 1.07 WHIP, 57 Ks) will be taking his post on the pitcher’s rubber to start for LA in the final round of a series versus Atlanta on Sunday.
The southpaw starter has given away 50 hits, 11 home runs, and 25 walks in pitching for 70.0 innings in the league this year.
We go over how to watch Sunday’s game between the Angels and Braves and make some picks.
The Los Angeles Angels (39-55) face the Atlanta Braves (58-38) on Sunday at Truist Park. The final game of a three-game series has a scheduled first pitch of 1:35 pm ET. The Halos will send Reid Detmers to the mound, while the Braves counter with Ian Anderson.
The Bravos are favorites in this spot and have +125 odds to win the NL East. Meantime, the Angels have +10000 odds to win the AL West in the MLB Divisional odds.