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Milwaukee Brewers vs. New York Mets

The Milwaukee Brewers and the New York Mets face off on Saturday at Miller park for game two of their series. The Brewers are -155 favorites over the Mets with an over/under run total set at 8 runs.
The Milwaukee Brewers looked like winner on Friday but they let it slip away and took a loss to the Mets. Carolos Gomes had two hits including a home run and Rickie Weeks and Lyle Overbay each had hits as the Brewers scored two runs on four hits. Starting pitcher Yavani Gallardo allowed four hits and struck out eight over 7.2 scoreless innings to not get a decision as Francisco Rodriguez blew the save and took the loss. For Saturday’s game the Brewers start Wily Peralta who has won seven of his last eight decisions. For the season Peralta has allowed 125 hits and 50 earned runs while striking out 94 over 125.2 innings for an 11-6 record and a 3.58 ERA.
The New York Mets never gave up on Friday and is paid off as they came from behind and got the win. Daniel Murphy had three hits, David Wright had two hits, and Lucas Duda hit a home run as the Mets scored three runs in the ninth inning and had eight hits total getting the win. Starting pitcher Zack Wheeler allowed three hits and two runs while striking out nine over 6.2 innings to not et a decision as Carlos Torres got the win to go to 5-4 for the season and Jenry Mejia earned his 14th save. For Saturday’s game the Mets start Jon Niese who is coming off of a loss in his last start. For the season Niese has allowed 108 hits and 38 earned runs while striking out 80 over 109.1 innings for a 5-5 record and a 3.13 ERA.
Milwaukee is 4-1 in their last five games, 5-1 in their last six home games, and 7-2 in Peralta’s last nine starts. New York is 8-3 in their last 11 games as an underdog, 4-8 in their last 12 road games, and 4-1 in Niese’s last five starts in game three of a series.
The Brewers have bounced back from tough losses all year and I expect them to do the same here.

Pick
Milwaukee Brewers -155 New York Mets

Milwaukee Brewers vs. Cincinnati Reds

The Milwaukee Brewers and the Cincinnati Reds face off on Monday at Miller Park in game one of their important series in the NL Central. The Brewers are -120 favorites over the Reds with an over/under run total set at 8.
The Milwaukee Brewers have watched their lead in the NL Central dwindle away as it is a four team race for potentially three spots in the post season. The Brewers are 25-24 at home this season, 2-8 in their last 10 games, and they have lost their last two games. As a team the Brewers are hitting .257 with Jonathan Lucroy hitting .311, Scooter Gennett hitting .308, Carlos Gomez hitting .302, and Ryan Braun hitting .298. The Milwaukee pitching staff has an ERA of 3.81 with the starters at 3.90 and the bullpen at 3.62. For game one against the Reds Milwaukee starts Wily Peralta wo has won six of his last seven decisions. For the season Peralta has allowed 122 hits and 49 earned runs while striking out 89 over 118.2 innings for a 10-6 record and a 3.72 ERA.
The Cincinnati Reds had a rough trip to New York over the weekend as they were swept by the Yankees. The Reds are 24-26 on the road, 5-5 in their last 10 games, and they have lost their last three games. As a team the Reds are hitting .248 with Todd Frazier hitting .289, Billy Hamilton hitting .278 and Devin Mesoraco hitting .298. The Reds pitching staff has an ERA of 3.49 with the starters at 3.34 and the bullpen at 3.88. For game one against the Brewers the Reds start Mat Latos who picked up a win against the Brewers on July 6th. For the season Latos has allowed 24 hits and 12 earned runs while striking out 23 over 38.2 innings for a 2-1 record and a 2.79 ERA.
Milwaukee is 3-13 in their last 16 games, 1-7 in their last eight home games, and 2-5 in Peralta’s last seven home starts. Cincinnati is 0-6 in their last six road games, 7-2 against the NL Central, and 2-5 in Latos’ last seven road starts. Cincinnati has won six of their last eight games against Milwaukee.
Both of these teams have some negative mojo to shake here but I see Latos carrying the Reds to the win though.

Pick
Cincinnati Reds +110 Milwaukee Brewers

Atlanta Braves vs. Milwaukee Brewers

The Atlanta Braves and the Milwaukee Brewers face off on Tuesday for game two of their series. The Braves are -160 favorites over the Braves with an over/under run total set at 6.5.
The Atlanta Braves have ben streaky this season but on Monday they looked steady pounding the Brewers. Jason Heyward and Andrelton Simmons each had three hits and Justin Upton, Freddie Freeman, and Ryan Doumit each hit home runs as the Braves scored nine runs on 15 hits. Starting pitcher Mike Minor allowed five hits and two runs while striking out five over 6.2 innings to get the win and go to 2-2 for the season. For Tuesday’s game the Braves start Julio Teheran who has lost his last two decisions. For the season Teheran has allowed 43 hits and 15 earned runs while striking out 46 over 61.1 innings for a 2-3 record and a 2.20 ERA.
The Milwaukee Brewers are starting to look over their shoulders at the St. Louis Cardinals and they lost some of their lead on Monday losing in Atlanta. Ryan Braun and Khris Davis each hit home runs and Jonathan Lucroy had three hits as the Brewers scored three runs on seven hits. Starting pitcher Wily Peralta allowed nine runs and three hits, two earned, while striking out five over 5.0 innings to take the loss and fall to 4-3 for the season. For Tuesdays game the Brewers start Yovani Gallardo who has two losses and five no decisions in his last seven starts. For the season Gallardo has allowed 51 hits and 19 earned runs while striking out 39 over 55.2 innings for a 2-2 record and 3.07 ERA.
Atlanta is 13-4 in game two of a series, 4-10 at home against a right handed starter, and 5-1 in Teheran’s last six home starts. Milwaukee is 5-2 against a team with a winning record, 2-6 as an underdog, and 7-2 in Gallardo’s last nine road starts. Milwaukee is 2-10 in their last 12 games in Atlanta.
This price is simply too good to pass up on as the game looks tight but I am on the Brewers.

Pick
Milwaukee Brewers +140 Atlanta Braves

St. Louis Cardinals vs. Milwaukee Brewers

The St. Louis Cardinals and the Milwaukee Brewers face off on Tuesday at Busch Stadium for game two of their NL Central series. The Cardinals are -150 favorites over the Brewers.
The St. Louis Cardinals looked to be on their way to a win and cutting into the Milwaukee Brewers lead in the NL Central on Monday but it wasn’t meant to be as they fell to the Brewers. Matt Holliday had three hits including a home run, Allen Craig had two hits including a home run, and Yadier Molina and Allen Craig each had two hits as the Cardinals scored three runs on 11 hits. Starting pitcher Michael Wacha allowed eight hits and three runs while striking out nine over 6.1 innings to not factor in the decision as Pat Neshek blew the save and Seth Maness took the loss to fall to 0-2 for the season. For Tuesday’s game the Cardinals start Lance Lynn who is coming off of his first loss of the season. For the year Lynn has allowed 28 hits and 11 earned runs while striking out 36 over 30 innings for a 4-1 record and a 3.30 ERA.
The Milwaukee Brewers have the best record in baseball and they helped that cause on Mondy coming back for the win. Scooter Gennett and Elian Herrera each had two hits and Khris Davis had a hit and drove in two runs as the Brewers scored five runs on 11 hits. Starting pitcher Yovani Gallardo allowed seven hits and three runs while striking out two over 6.0 innings to not factor in the decision as Zach Duke got the win to go to 2-0 for the year and Francisco Rodriguez earned his 12th save. For Tuesday’s game the Brewers start Kyle Lohse who has won his last four starts. For the season Lohse has allowed 25 hits and nine earned while striking out 31 over 34 innings for a 4-1 record and a 2.38 ERA.
St. Louis is 44-18 in their last 62 home games, 6-3 against the NL Central, and 16-7 in Lynn’s last 23 starts. Milwaukee is 11-1 as an underdog, 21-7 in their last 28 road games, and 6-1 in Lohse’s last seven road starts. Milwaukee is 4-7 in their last 11 games in St. Louis.
I like the Brewers in this one as an underdog.

Pick
Milwaukee Brewers +135 St. Louis Cardinals

Colorado Rockies vs. Milwaukee Brewers

The Colorado Rockies and the Milwaukee Brewers face off on Saturday at Coors Field in game two of their series. The Rockies are -120 favorites over the Brewers with an over/under run total set at 10.
The Colorado Rockies jumped all over the Brewers on Friday night and cruised to a win. Todd Helton and Nolan Arenado each had two hits and Troy Tulowitzki and Michael Cuddyer each had hits as the Rockies scored eight runs on nine hits. Starting pitcher Tyler Chatwood allowed six hits and two earned runs while striking out 11 over 7.0 innings to get the win and go to 7-3 on the season. For Saturday’s game the Rockies start Collin McHugh, who replaces the injured Drew Pomeranz. McHugh was last on the Mets and this will be his first start for the Rockies.
The Milwaukee Brewers fell behind early on Friday and were never really in the game and they lost to the Rockies at Coors Field. Carlos Gomez hit a home run and Rickie Weeks and Norichika Aoki each had two hits as the Rockies scored three runs on eight hits. Starting pitcher Wily Peralta allowed seven hits and eight runs, while striking out two over 3.2 innings to take the loss and fall to 7-10 on the season. For Saturday’s game the Brewers start Ton Gorzelanny who has lost his last four starts. For the season, Gorzelanny has allowed 41 hits and 16 earned runs while striking out 56 over 8.1 innings for a 1-4 record and a 2.47 ERA.
Colorado is 5-1 against the NL Central, 3-7 in their last 10 game two of a series, and 16-35 in their last 51 games against a left-handed starter. Milwaukee is 18-45 as an underdog, 2-8 against the NL West, and 1-5 in their last six road games. Milwaukee is 7-20 in their last 27 games in Colorado.
I am expecting a lot of runs here and I like the over.

Pick
Over 10

Milwaukee Brewers vs. San Francisco Giants

The Milwaukee Brewers and the San Francisco Giants meet on Wednesday in Milwaukee for game two of their series. The Brewers are -115 favorites over the Giants with an over/under run total set at 8.
The Milwaukee Brewers jumped out to a big lead on Tuesday and hung on to get the win. Yuniesky Betancourt hit a grand slam home run, Carlos Gomez had three hits including a home run, and Norichika Aoki also homered as the Brewers scored 10 runs on 12 hits in all. On the mound starting pitcher Wily Peralta allowed seven hits and six runs, five of them earned while striking out on but lasting just four innings to not factor in the decision as Brandon Kintzler got the win, his second of the season, and Jim Henderson earned his second save. For Wednesday’s game Milwaukee starts Kyle Lohse who got no support taking a loss in his last start. For the season Lohse has allowed 11 hits and three earned runs while striking out seven over 13 innings for a 2.08 ERA.
The San Francisco Giants fell behind early on Tuesday and while they never quit they didn’t take full advantage of their chances and took the loss. Brandon Crawfor had two hits including a home run, Brandon Belt had three hits, and Angel Pagan and Pablo Sandoval both had two hits. On the mound starting pitcher Barry Zito was shelled allowing eight hits and nine runs while striking out five over 2.2 innings to take his first loss of the year and fall to 2-1. For Wednesday’s game San Francisco starts Ryan Vogelsong who hasn’t been the same pitcher we have seen over the past two years. For the season Vogelsong has allowed 17 hits and nine earned runs while striking out 11 over 11.1 innings for a 7.15 ERA.
Milwaukee is 21-9 as a favorite, 3-7 following a win, and 4-8 in their last 12 games. San Francisco is 35-17 in their last 52 overall, 15-6 in their last 21 games as a road underdog, and 4-1 in Vogelsong’s last five road starts.
Milwaukee got the big start but it was the Giants finishing strong and the Brewers holding on and I see that carrying over here as we get the defending world champs with an all star pitcher as a dog and I’m taking it.

Pick
San Francisco Giants -105 Milwaukee Brewers

St. Louis Cardinals vs. Milwaukee Brewers

The St. Louis Cardinals and the Milwaukee Brewers face off on Friday at Busch Stadium for game one of their series of NL Central teams. The Cardinals are -130 favorites over the Brewers with an over/under run total set at 8.5.
The St. Louis Cardinals got off to a slow start on the road but home cooking brought solid results and they look to keep it going this weekend. The Cardinals have won two games in a row, have outscored their opponents by 18 runs, and they are tied for first place in the NL Central. As a team the Cardinals are hitting .264 with Matt Carpenter hitting .400, Pete Kozma hitting .294, and Matt Adams hitting .643. The Cardinals opponents are hitting .253 and the St. Louis pitching staff has an ERA of 3.59. For game one the Cards start Shelby Miller who got the win in his last start. In his first outing Miller allowed four hits and two runs while striking out four over 5.1 innings of work against the Giants in San Francisco.
The Milwaukee Brewers are off to a slow start going 2-6 in their fist eight games. The Brewers are 1-1 o the road, they are in last place in the NL Central, and they have been outscored by their opponents by 17 runs. As a team the Brewers are hitting .277 with Ryan Braun hitting .500, Jean Segura hitting .458, and Norichika Aoki hitting .389. The Brewers opponents are hitting .316 with the Milwaukee pitching staff having an ERA of 5.47. For game one in St. Louis Milwaukee start Kyle Lohse who makes his return to St. Louis where he pitched for the last five years. This season Lohse allowed five hits and a run while striking out five over six innings of work.
St. Louis is 4-1 in their last five games, 36-15 in their last 51 home games, and 0-4 int heir last five game one of a series. Milwaukee is 20-8 in their last 28 games against the NL Central, 2-5 in their last seven games as a road underdog, and 1-6 in their last seven games overall. Milwaukee is 4-10 in their last 14 games in St. Louis.
The total is set at 8.5 and despite the solid pitching match up my pick is on the over.

Pick
Over 8.5

Milwaukee Brewers vs. Arizona Diamondbacks

The Milwaukee Brewers and the Arizona Diamondbacks face off on Saturday in Milwaukee for game two of their weekend series at Miller Park. The Brewers are -125 favorites over the Diamondbacks with an over/under run total set at 8.5 runs.
The Milwaukee Brewers are off to a slow start this season and despite battling for a full nine innings they came up short once again on Friday against the D-Backs. Jean Segura hit a home run, and Rickie Weeks and Aramis Ramirez each had hits as the Brewers scored just one run on seven hits. O the mound Kyle Lohse allowed five hits and a run while striking out five over six innings to not factor I the decision as Burke Bradenhop allowed a hit and two runs in just a third of an inning to take the loss, his first of the year. For Saturday’s game Milwaukee starts Mike Fiers who started string last season but struggled I the second half of the year. For the season Fiers went 9-10 with a 3.74 ERA allowing 125 hits and striking out 135 over 127.2 innings of work.
The Arizona Diamondbacks seem content to fly under the radar this season as they won on Friday to raise their record to 3-1 on the year. Martin Prado, Jason Kubel, and Paul Goldschmidt all had hits and scored runs as the Diamondbacks scored three runs on six hits in all. On the mound starter Wade Miley allowed five hits and a run while striking out eight over six innings of work to get the win and J.J. Putz struck out two getting the save. For Saturday’s game Arizona starts Patrick Corbin who came into the league with big expectations last season but didn’t quite live up to them. For the season Corbin went 6-8 with a 4.54 ERA allowing 117 hits and 54 earned runs while striking out 86 over 107 innings of work.
Milwaukee is 11-5 in their last 16 games against a left-handed starter, 38-19 in their last 57 home games, and 4-1 in Fiers’ last five starts against a team with a winning record. Arizona is 8-3 in their last 11 game two of a series, 2-4 in their last six games as a road underdog, and 4-0 in Corbin’s last four starts in game two of a series. Arizona is 2-6 in their last eight games in Milwaukee.
I liked Arizona plenty on Friday and they came through for me but here I do an about face and look for the Brewers to level the series.

Pick
Milwaukee Brewers -125 Arizona Diamondbacks

Washington Nationals vs. Milwaukee Brewers

The Washington Nationals and the Milwaukee Brewers face off on Monday afternoon for game four of their series in Washington.  The Nationals are -135 favorites over the Brewers with an over/under run total set at 8.

The Washington Nationals have already clinched a spot in the post season and are now closing in on the NL East title though they didn’t get any closer with their loss on Sunday. Ian Desmond had two hits, Jayson Werth had a hit, and Adam LaRoche had a hit as the Nationals scored two runs on seven hits. On the mound Chien –Ming Wang allowed eight hits and two runs over four innings to not factor in the decision as Ryan Mattheus had a rough outing and took the loss. For Monday’s game Washington starts Jordan Zimmerman who has won his last two decisions. For the season Zimmerman has allowed 175 hits and 60 earned runs while striking out 141 over 182.2 innings of work for a 2.96 ERA.

The Milwaukee Brewers have played themselves back into playoff contention but even after Sunday’s win they are 2.5 games out of the Wildcard in the NL. Rickie Weeks had three hits and Ryan Braun and Aramis Ramirez were among those with two hits as the Brewers scored six runs on 15 hits. Starting pitcher Yovani Gallardo allowed six hits and two runs while striking out five over five innings to not factor in the decision as Brandon Kintzler got the win and John Axford earned his 33rd save. For Monday’s game Milwaukee starts Marco Estrada who has won his last two starts. For the season Estrada has allowed 117 hits and 50 earned runs while striking out 129 over 126.1 innings of work for a 3.56 ERA.

Washington is 17-8 in their last 25 home games, 6-1 in their last six game four of a series, and 10-3 in Zimmerman’s last 13 starts. Milwaukee is 5-1 in their last six road games, 7-2 in their last nine games against the NL East, and 2-7 Estrada’s last nine road starts. Milwaukee is 204 in their last six games in Washington.

Washington has had the better year, mainly because of all of the blown saves by the Brewers bullpen but Milwaukee is playing the better baseball right now and they get the win.

Pick

Milwaukee Brewers +115 Washington Nationals

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Washington Nationals vs. Milwaukee Brewers

The Washington Nationals and the Milwaukee Brewers face off on Saturday in Washington for game two of their series.  The Nationals are -165 favorites over the Brewers with an over/under run total set at 7.5.

The Washington Nationals have clinched a playoff spot but they are still looking to clinch the NL East. On Friday Adam LaRoche hit a home run, Jayson Werth had a hit, and Michael Morse and Ryan Zimmerman had hits as the Nationals scored two runs on five hits. Edwin Jackson allowed six hits and a run while striking out six over eight innings but it was Tyler Clippard who blew the save and took the loss. For Saturday’s game Washington starts Gio Gonzalez who is looking for his 20th win and a possible Cy Young Award. For the season Gonzalez has allowed 140 hits and 61 earned runs while striking out 196 over 186.1 innings of work for a 2.95 ERA.

The Milwaukee Brewers have clawed their way back into the post season picture and they are just a game and a half out of the final Wildcard spot. On Friday Jonathan Lucroy hit a home run, Ryan Braun had three hits, and Aramis Ramirez had two hits as the Brewers scored four runs on 10 hits. Starting pitcher Shaun Marcum allowed four hits and two runs while striking out three over six innings for a no decision as it was Jose Veras who got the win and John Axford earned his 32nd save. For Saturday’s game Milwaukee starts Wily Peralta who has won his only two decisions this season. For the year Peralta has allowed 17 hits and five earned runs while striking out 13 over 21 innings of work for a 2.14 ERA.

Washington is 16-7 in their last 23 home games, 5-2 in their last seven game two of a series, and 5-2 in Gonzalez’s last seven home starts. Milwaukee is 6-1 in their last seven games as an underdog, 24-6 in their last 30 games overall, and 6-1 in their last seven games against the NL East. Milwaukee is 2-5 in their last seven games in Washington.

No one is playing better than Milwaukee but Gonzalez gets number 20 in a low scoring game.

Pick

Washington Nationals -165 Milwaukee Brewers

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