Last year was a rebuilding year for the Atlanta Braves, and anyone looking at their bettings odds should remember this. This year will be much the same, as they try to build high draft picks and cultivate young talent. Of course, this team has a long history of winning. They have won the World Series 3 times, and the National League NL Pennant an astonishing 17 times. They have also been the home for Hall of Famers such as Hank Aaron, Orlando Cepeda, Bobby Cox, Tom Glavine, Greg Maddux, Phil Niekro, Gaylord Perry, John Smoltz, Bruce Sutter, Joe Torre and Hoyt Wilhelm.

Atlanta Braves Odds Today

Let’s take a look at the Atlanta Braves’ odds today, for people looking to place a bet on today’s action, with the sharpest line in the business. The Atlanta Braves play their home games at Turner Field, and their games will air on television from the Eastern Time Zone.

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Atlanta Braves Schedule

Here’s a glance at the Atlanta Braves’ schedule, including all their home and away games.

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Atlanta Braves Standings

We are your source for the Atlanta Braves’ standings. Check back often to see how they are doing against their inter-divisional foes and rivals. 

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Atlanta Braves Betting

Last year things were cool in Hotlanta. They were a meager 67–95 (.414), and finished fourth place in the National League East. This year, the Atlanta Braves’ betting odds are not looking any different. They will look for some sort of offensive production from Nick Markakis, Daniel Castro, Freddie Freeman, Adonis Garcia, A.J. Pierzynski, Kelly Johnson, Erick Aybar, Mallex Smith and Julio Teheran.

On the mound, they will try to maximize the production of a rotation that will include Aaron Blair, Julio Teheran and Matt Wisler. But they will have a tough go of it, with sporadic run support and some big bats from other teams in the NL east this year. 

As a rule of thumb, in baseball, a bad team will still win 30 percent or 40 percent of their games. Whereas a division leader will win 65-70%, So if a last place team is playing a league leader in a 3 game series, the favorites may lose a game, without it being a big deal or a massive upset.

If you bet on other sports like NBA and the NFL, you’re used to good teams beating the cellar-dwelling teams most of the time. In soccer, it almost always happens. The top teams win up to 80 percent of their games throughout the season or may even go as high as 90 percent, and they’re often nearly unbeatable at home.  This is not the case in MLB.