NRFI August 17 Bet For MLB: Predicting No-Run 1st Inning In Brewers @ Cardinals

Here’s The Game Day’s featured NRFI August 17 Bet for MLB: Milwaukee Brewers at St. Louis Cardinals, with a starting pitcher matchup of Corbin Burnes and Adam Wainwright. The Daily Dingers Podcast predicts a no-run first inning for this Brewers-Cardinals 8/17 matchup on their August 17 MLB bet podcast.

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NRFI August 17 Bet MLB Bet

Milwaukee Brewers at St. Louis Cardinals (7:45 p.m. ET first pitch)

RHP Corbin Burnes @ RHP Adam Wainwright

No-Run First Inning: Brewers @ Cardinals (-155)

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-155

No-Run First Inning (NRFI) August 17: Brewers @ Cardinals

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You can make the case that these are the two best stories of the baseball season. Both players have had unexpected ace-like seasons and it is expected that it continues in the first inning tonight.

After you’ve read our NRFI Brewers-Cardinals 8/17 bet for MLB…

Listen to the full August 17 podcast episode for more MLB bet tips:

Steve Armato is joined by weekly Tuesday guest Steve Inman to talk the competitive American League Wild Card race before getting into their Tuesday picks. They also sneak in one more Mets rant at the end. Daily Dingers is brought to you by The Game Day.

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