Two of the league’s top hitters will meet Thursday when the Los Angeles Dodgers (106-56) and Atlanta Braves (88-73) take to the field at 8:08 PM ET, live on TBS. Trea Turner is batting .328 for the Dodgers (-140 favorites on the moneyline) while Austin Riley leads the underdog Braves (+120) with a .303 average. Atlanta will send Max Fried out to start this one, while Los Angeles has not yet named a starter. Bookmakers favor the Dodgers (-140) for this one, while the Braves have +120 odds as underdogs.
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The betting insights and predictions in this article reflect betting data from DraftKings and SportsData.io as of October 21, 2021, 7:00 AM ET.
Dodgers Hitting Leaders
- Turner has a team-best batting average of .328, while leading the Dodgers in home runs (28).
- Among qualifying hitters in baseball, Turner’s 195 hits rank first, his .328 AVG ranks first, his .375 OBP ranks eighth, and his .536 SLG ranks 18th.
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- Justin Turner has hit 27 home runs with 87 runs batted in. Both lead his team.
- Among qualifying hitters in baseball, Justin Turner’s average, hits and home run totals rank outside of the top 25.
Think the Dodgers are going to go all the way? See a pennant in their future? These are the latest odds from bookmakers on Los Angeles taking home the NL West crown, the NL Pennant and the World Series. A bet on these futures only cashes in if the Dodgers hit those milestones and can pay big, as a $100 dollar bet on Los Angeles to win the World Series would net the bettor $10,000 dollars.
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