July 8: Don’t look now, but here come the Nats! Left for dead if they were ten matches under .500 back in May, Washington is six games back of the division-leading Braves.
June 26: Threats are killing the Phillies, whose NL East odds have lengthened greatly from +140 on June 10th to +610 on June 26th.
June 14: The Braves have surged past the accession of Dallas Keuchel and Philadelphia in the odds, now better-than-even-money to win the NL East at -110.
June 3: The East remains a two-horse race between Atlanta and Philadelphia. They’re separated by one game in the standings, with all the third-place Mets a four matches of second.
May 22: The Braves (+210) continue to drive Phillies (-150) after winning seven of their last 10 games.
May 6: The Phillies have a narrow 1.5 game cushion on the surging Braves after winning seven of their past 10.
March 13: the chances of Philadelphia have shortened significantly after a hectic — and more expensive — offseason in which they added Andrew McCutchen and MVPs Bryce Harper, also recognized All-Stars Jean Segura and JT Realmuto.
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