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Braves are hosting the Astros for a home winning streak

Astros will look to keep a three-game home win streak alive when they take on Atlanta Braves in a matchup at Atlanta; Sunday, 1:35 p.m. EDT PITCHING PROBABLES: Astros: Jose Urquidy (11-4, 3.69 ERA, 1



Houston Astros (77-45, first in the AL West) vs. Atlanta Braves (65-49). (75-47, second in the NL East)

Time: 1:35 pm on a Sunday in Atlanta. DUE TO THE EDT PITCH PROBABILITY: For the Astros, we have Jose Urquidy (11-4, 3.69 ERA, 1.14 WHIP, 98 K’s), and for the Braves, we have Charlie Morton (11-4, 3.69 ERA, 1. (6-5, 4.04 ERA, 1.18 WHIP, 153 strikeouts)

At the Fanduel Sportsbook, the odds are Braves -147 and Astros +126, with an over/under of 8 runs.

The Atlanta Braves host the Houston Astros, looking to extend their winning streak at home to three games.

Atlanta has a 75-47 record overall and a 42-23 home record. The Braves are in eighth place in MLB in team batting average at.252.

The Astros have a 77-45 record overall and a 38-27 mark on the road. When scoring five or more runs, the Astros have a 48-3 record.

On Sunday, the teams will meet for the third time this year.

HONORSABLE MENTION: For the Braves, Austin Riley is batting.289 with 34 doubles, two triples, and 31 home runs. Over the course of the last 10 games, Matt Olson has gone 10-for-41 with a.298 average, 4 home runs, and 1 double.

Yordan Alvarez has a slugging percentage of.490 and 31 home runs, making him Houston’s best hitter.

612. In his last 10 contests, Alex Bregman is hitting.385 (15-for-38) with 5 home runs and 16 runs batted in.

Recent Ten Games: Braves: 9-1,.276 batting average, 2.35 earned run average, 31-run advantage over their opponents.

Scoreboard for the Astros: 6-4,.288 BA, 3.58 ERA, 26-run advantage.

INJURIES: A few Braves players are currently on the disabled list: Chadwick Tromp (10 days, quadriceps), Ehire Adrianza (10 days, illness), Adam Duvall (60 days, wrist), Orlando Arcia (10 days, hamstring), and Darren O’Day (15 days, groin) (calf), 60-Day IL for Luke Jackson (elbow), We’ll be without Ozzie Albies for 60 days due to a foot injury, Manny Pina for 60 days due to a wrist injury, and Mike Soroka for 60 days due to an elbow injury (achilles)

With respect to the Astros, both Yordan Alvarez and Mauricio Dubon are listed as day-to-day due to illness (elbow), Josh James (lat), Blake Taylor (elbow), Jason Castro (knee), Aledmys Diaz (groin) (IL for 60 days), and Michael Brantley (shoulder) (IL for 60 days)