NRFI & YRFI Odds: MLB No Runs & Yes Runs First Inning Betting For Friday, June 14

Written By Mo Nuwwarah | Last Updated
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If you want to bet on NRFI (or YRFI) odds, we have you covered at TheLines. I’ve collected the best No Run First Inning odds across various betting sites to aid your NRFI odds line shopping. Read on to find the best NRFI odds from Friday, June 14.

It’s an ace-heavy slate today. Chris Sale, Ranger Suarez, and Tarik Skubal are among the top-shelf arms starting on Friday. A couple of spots also feature strong winds, and there’s a Coors game thrown into the mix as well. Want to learn more? Explore our “What is NRFI?” page.

GameBest NRFI OddsBest YRFI Odds
Yankees at Red Sox
Marlins at Nationals
Phillies at Orioles
Guardians at Blue Jays
Padres at Mets
Rays at Braves
Tigers at Astros
Reds at Brewers
A’s at Twins
Pirates at Rockies
White Sox at Diamondbacks
Royals at Dodgers
Rangers at Mariners
Angels at Giants

Handicapping NRFI & YRFI Odds For June 14

Which games have a decent setup for NRFI odds, and which might be more attractive for YRFI bettors?

Rays At Braves

Two excellent arms will grace the hill here, particularly Sale. He’s been arguably the best pitcher in the entire MLB this year, with most of his ERA estimators saying he’s been about a 2.5 ERA talent. That’s tremendous stuff, and it hearkens back to his healthy White Sox days.

While Tampa Bay hits lefties much better, and their lineup has gotten healthier, Sale will be a bear for anyone to deal with until he inevitably gets hurt.

Zack Littell has come out of nowhere to emerge as a very good starter, in typical Rays fashion. And the Braves offense is in a deep slump, having been one of the worst in MLB for about a month now.

The total has started to creep down, but it still looks a bit inflated to these eyes. If that’s the case, NRFI could be a decent way to leverage that.

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Marlins At Nationals

Mackenzie Gore’s performance this year has easily outstripped his projections. But at age 25, as a former top prospect with elite velocity, it’s certainly possible he has made a leap. Even a .363 BABIP hasn’t prevented him from dominating. The stuff models are all in, so this might be sustainable.

Nobody has hit lefties worse than the Fish this year, so that sets up nicely for Gore.

The big question mark here will be the health of Max Meyer. A top prospect for several years, Meyer has had a disappointingly short MLB career due to injury. Now back from Tommy John at 25, is he ready to make his mark?

A 3.71 xFIP in offense-heavy Triple A indicates he might be. We’ll see how his wipeout slider looks, but Meyer appears to be back in terms of velocity.

Unless CJ Abrams can get the Nats started with extra bases, NRFI looks like it could have some legs here.

Tigers At Astros

Tarik Skubal is awesome, perhaps the best pitcher in the game today. But the Astros have been hammering lefties for years, and this campaign looks no different, with a 110 wRC+ in that department thus far.

Detroit’s offense performs better against right-handed pitching, and that’s what they’ll face from Hunter Brown. He typically walks a tightrope, walking too many guys (4.26 BB/9) but surviving thanks in part to ground balls. Well, Detroit won’t give him a ton of the latter, as only five teams ground out less frequently against right-handed pitching.

Riley Greene, Jose Altuve, and Yordan Alvarez will supply plenty of pop at the tops of these lineups.

Early in the day, YRFI could be found as high as +135. That crazy price has disappeared, but even the +120 available around noon represents good value, according to the chart.

Angels At Giants

The marine layer likes to roll in and keep the ball in the park in San Francisco. But if anything can counteract that, it might be 24-mph winds howling out to the walls. That should give fly balls a little extra oomph.

And both Tyler Anderson and Spencer Howard allow plenty of them, with the latter down near 30 GB%.

Neither pitcher is exactly inspiring, although it’s unknown if Howard will even pitch the first. The team has looked to use an opener in front of him at times, which would slightly weaken this play. Howard has a career ERA north of 6, although he’s looked stronger this year.

The major danger here will be a lopsided Angels lineup that hasn’t hit right-handed pitching at all. But at least the Giants continue mashing lefties, perhaps counterweighing that statistic.

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