NRFI July 20 Bet For MLB: Predicting No-Run 1st Inning In Angels @ Athletics

Here’s The Game Day’s featured NRFI July 20 Bet For MLB: Los Angeles Angels at Oakland Athletics, with a starting pitcher matchup of Jose Suarez and James Kaprielian. The Daily Dingers Podcast predicts a no-run first inning for this Angels-Athletics 7/20 matchup on their July 20 MLB bet podcast.

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NRFI July 20 Bet MLB Bet

Los Angeles Angels at Oakland Athletics (3:37 p.m. ET first pitch)

LHP Jose Suarez vs. RHP James Kaprielian

No-Run First Inning: Angels @ Athletics (-110)

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-110

No-Run First Inning (NRFI) July 20: Angels @ Athletics

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The Angels may not be pitching Shohei Ohtani again like they did last night, but they’re putting out another recently-reliable arm in Jose Suarez (2.29 ERA, 4 ER in past 3 starts). He’ll take the bump against the A’s and James Kaprielian (2.90 ERA, 9.6 K/9) in a VERY pitcher-friendly Oakland Coliseum. Pair all that with the hitting woes that come with a day game following a night game, and we love the value of this NRFI at plus-money.

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