July 8: Do not look now, but here come the Nats! Left for dead when they had been ten games under .500 back in late May, Washington is just six games back of the division-leading Braves.
June 26: Threats are killing the Phillies, whose NL East chances have shrunk greatly from +140 on June 10th to +610 on June 26th.
June 14: The Braves have soared past Philadelphia at the odds, today better-than-even-money to win the NL East thanks to some seven-game win series, at -110 and the addition of Dallas Keuchel.
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 full four matches of second.
May 22: The Braves (+210) continue to drive the Phillies (-150) after winning seven of their last 10 games.
May 6: The Phillies have a narrow 1.5 game cushion over the slumping Braves after winning seven of their last 10.
March 13: Philadelphia’s odds have shortened after a offseason in which they included former MVPs Bryce Harper and Andrew McCutchen, also recognized All-Stars Jean Segura and JT Realmuto.