Atlanta Braves: Medlen trying for another win
Kris Medlen had an incredible season in 2012, going 10-1 in 50 games, 12 of them starts. This year, Medlen is just 1-5, but has pitched to an impressive ERA at 3.02. He has been the hard-luck loser this year. Against the Mets as a starter in his career, Medlen is 3-0 with a 1.58 ERA in 15 games pitched.
New York Mets: Hefner aiming for first win
Jeremy Hefner is another five-loss pitcher taking the hill on Friday night in the Big Apple. He is 0-5 this season with an ERA of 5.00. He will be attempting to win his first game of the season after going 4-7 with a 5.09 ERA in 2012 for the Mets. He will need to be careful against this potent Braves lineup.
We find the game line for the Atlanta Braves and the New York Mets NL East tilt at Sportsinteraction.com. The road warrior Braves are favored at -1.5 (-105) on Friday night with a money line of -170. With Medlen on the mound, we will back the Braves against the Mets with the -170 ML in the Big Apple.
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