How the Phillies have kept their over streak going

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With Philadelphia’s 4-6 loss against the Cincinnati Reds Monday, the Phillies have gone over in seven consecutive games thanks to an offense that is finally starting to come together.

The Phillies, now 29-24-6 over/under for the season, have scored 4.71 runs per game over the last seven games. That is a big difference compared to their season average of 3.21 runs per game, which is good for dead last in the bigs.

Combine that with the fact they are giving up 4.19 runs per game has made the Phillies a great over play.

Philadelphia continues their three-game series in Cincinnati Tuesday. Aaron Harang (2.45 ERA, 3-7 O/U) starts for the Phillies, while Anthony DeSclafani (3.60 ERA, 3-6 O/U) gets the call for the Reds. The total is currently at 7.5.

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