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Diamondbacks-Dodgers Game Three Best Bets

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The Diamondbacks are on the road tonight in Los Angeles, the book is currently leaning towards the Dodgers (-166). 

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The Diamondbacks have lost the first two games of the three game set, but I just can’t see them getting swept. Before the back-to-back losses the Diamondbacks had won seven of their last eight. Arizona has played great baseball in the month of August and we just have to rock with our guys. 

In Brandon Pfaadt’s last two starts he has been nothing short of sensational. Pfaadt went six hitless against the Padres, and then turned around and only gave up three hits in five innings. His last five outings he has struck out well over 4.5 batters in each of them. Which is why we’re hammering the over 4.5 strike outs line at -110. In three of Pfaadt’s last five starts he hasn’t allowed over 5.5 hits, at -105 its a lock. 

Corbin Carroll is sitting at +140 to get over 1.5 total bases. In last nights game he went over this mark and he seems to be back to his all-star self. Tommy Pham to cross the plate tonight for a run is currently at +120. Pham hasn’t crossed the plate yet this series but over the past couple weeks he has been one of the hottest hitters on the team. 

Each of the first two games one of the two teams, or both, have scored in the first inning. With that being said, I got a feeling that the rubber match is going to be a tight ball game. Also, a NRFI at plus money? I’m hammering that. The under on 0.5 runs in the first inning is at +100. Simply too sweet. 

Let’s crush the books tonight. 

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Devan Blankenship is a sports and general assignment reporter for Burn City Sports. You can follow him on X via @DevanB2456 for premium Arizona Diamondbacks.

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