NRFI July 29 Bet For MLB: Predicting No-Run 1st Inning In Brewers @ Pirates

Here’s The Game Day’s featured NRFI July 29 Bet For MLB: Milwaukee Brewers at Pittsburgh Pirates, with a starting pitcher matchup of Freddy Peralta and Chad Kuhl. The Daily Dingers Podcast predicts a no-run first inning for this Brewers-Pirates 7/29 matchup on their July 29 MLB bet podcast.

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NRFI July 29 Bet MLB Bet

Milwaukee Brewers at Pittsburgh Pirates (7:05 p.m. ET first pitch)

RHP Freddy Peralta vs. RHP Chad Kuhl

No-Run First Inning: Brewers @ Pirates (-130)

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-130

No-Run First Inning (NRFI) July 29: Brewers @ Pirates

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Today’s slate of NRFIs isn’t fantastic, but we might just have a diamond in the rough with today’s Brewers-Pirates game. One side is just about guaranteed with Freddy Peralta facing an Adam Frazier-less Pittsburgh lineup. That’s gonna be a no-sweater. But on the other side of things, it could get tricky. However, I trust the Pirates’ ace in Chad Kuhl to get through the first inning unscathed.

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