MLB odds, bets, predictions for Friday


The Mets will beat the Brewers in their home opener Friday afternoon at Citi Field, Stitches predicts.
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Old-Timers’ Day at Radio City Music Hall.
President Joe Biden and former presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama attended the Thursday fundraiser.
With old-timers Justin Verlander and Max Scherzer long gone, Jose Quintana, 35 years young, will start for the Mets in their home opener against the Brewers after getting rained out Thursday.
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Quintana went 3-6 last year after rehabbing a left rib fracture.
And with last season’s ace Corbin Burnes gone, Milwaukee will hand the ball to Freddy Peralta, who went 12-10 last year.
Question marks up and down the Amazin’s lineup.
But if Luis Severino, Sean Manaea and the injured Kodei Senga produce, the Mets may surprise.
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For starters. A win.
The Angels scored faster than you can say Shohei Who.
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But Mike Trout’s solo shot was the only hit the Orioles’ Corbin Burnes allowed.
Burnes struck out 11 over six innings, Anthony Santander (four RBIs) and Cedric Mullins (three RBIs) homered, and Baltimore won its home opener, breezing by the Halos 11-3.
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