MLB Picks and Parlay All-Day Takes a Pair of Scoreless First Innings in Miami and Milwaukee

David Hayes
Colorado Rockies v San Francisco Giants
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Game 1: Cleveland Indians vs. Miami Marlins, 7:10 p.m. EST – First Inning Total Runs: 0 Runs (-130)

The Miami Marlins' offense has been abysmal in the first inning this year. The Marlins have scored a first-inning run in just three of their 28 games this season. Meanwhile, the Cleveland Indians haven't been much better in the first frame when it comes to away games. While Cleveland has scored in more than 37 percent of first innings on the season, the Indians have only scored in the first inning of 25 percent of its games on the road.

Game 2: Colorado Rockies vs. Milwaukee Brewers, 7:40 p.m. EST – First Inning Total Runs: 0 Runs (-110)

Similar to Miami, the Colorado Rockies have been one of the worst first-inning offenses in MLB this season. Colorado has scored a first-inning run in three of its 29 games on the year. Plus, Colorado's starting pitcher German Marquez is good at keeping teams off the board with a 1.05 WHIP and 2.54 ERA through six starts in 2019.

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