Monday MLB Odds, Picks, Predictions: Sharp Action Moves Brewers vs. Braves Moneyline for Game 3
Photo by John Fisher/Getty Images. Pictured: Freddy Peralta #51 of the Milwaukee Brewers
- The Brewers and Braves meet in Game 3 of the NLDS on Monday afternoon (1:07 p.m. ET, TBS).
- With the series tied at 1-1, can Milwaukee score a road upset? Sharp bettors have weighed in, moving the market by five cents on Monday morning.
- See how sharps are betting Brewers vs. Braves.
Brewers vs. Braves MLB Odds
|Date||Monday, Oct. 11|
|Time||1:07 p.m. ET|
*Odds as of Monday morning
The Milwaukee Brewers vs. Atlanta Braves National League Division Series (NLDS) is knotted at one game apiece, and Monday afternoon’s Game 3 is essentially considered to be a pick’em.
According to updated MLB odds from PointsBet, the Brewers vs. Braves moneyline is -110 both ways, meaning today’s NLDS Game 3 is basically a coin flip.
However, while it is important to know the latest MLB odds, it’s even more crucial to understand how they got here.
With this in mind, let’s look at how the Brewers vs. Braves line has moved since it opened, including how smart money from respected bettors has played a significant part in that movement.