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Saturday 4/21/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
+1.5  -125

-1.5  +105



MIAMI (5 - 14) at MILWAUKEE (12 - 9)
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Saturday, 4/21/2018 7:10 PM
Board OpeningLatest
955MIAMI+175Ov 9.5,+100+160Ov 9,-110
956MILWAUKEE-185Un 9.5,-120-170Un 9,-110
MIAMI - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games5-14-4.711-83.30.2220.2870.2950.5826.20.2620.3480.4390.787
Road Games2-5-0.75-22.90.1910.2570.2530.5108.70.3120.4290.5620.992
vs Left-handed Starters1-3-1.22-23.70.2430.3270.3400.6674.70.2630.3110.4420.754
Past 7 Games2-5-1.15-23.30.2320.2900.3050.5946.10.2790.3750.4720.848
Grass Games5-14-4.711-83.30.2220.2870.2950.5826.20.2620.3480.4390.787
Night Games3-11-5.28-63.10.2240.2880.2870.5756.70.2630.3520.4460.798
MIAMI - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games3.30.2220.2871966814818290.295566117641402110168
Road Games2.90.1910.2577225435030.2531820720418344
Lefty Starters3.70.2430.3274144359110.3401418352335243
MIAMI - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games5.621.4668858559113381002-51233.3%
Road Games8.541.83732.7313144816431-010100%

MILWAUKEE - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games12-9+3.69-124.00.2480.3130.3980.7103.90.2300.3040.3630.667
Home Games6-6-0.24-83.70.2400.3120.4020.7144.20.2380.3050.3710.677
vs Right-handed Starters9-6+3.66-93.80.2490.3190.3950.7143.70.2240.2990.3490.647
Past 7 Games5-2+2.82-55.00.2570.3470.4300.7782.40.1820.2640.2670.531
Grass Games12-9+3.69-124.00.2480.3130.3980.7103.90.2300.3040.3630.667
Night Games9-5+4.38-64.90.2720.3410.4330.7754.30.2380.3090.3660.675
MILWAUKEE - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.00.2480.31321727180321250.3987869196131581821196
Home Games3.70.2400.3121239194161150.402404111848791584
Righty Starters3.80.2490.31915519129201180.395535415191241014114
MILWAUKEE - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games2.891.16784302763635996-36554.5%
Home Games3.091.23743.7181536218433-12250%
MIAMI - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
4/7/2018PETERS(L)@ PHILADELPHIAVELASQUEZ(R)1-20L1558 ovO5502051
4/9/2018URENA(R)NY METSSYNDERGAARD(R)2-4L+1707.5 unU9101651
4/10/2018SMITH(L)NY METSDEGROM(R)6-8L+1758 unO1181950
4/11/2018GARCIA(L)NY METSWHEELER(R)1-4L+1258.5 ovU222550
4/13/2018PETERS(L)PITTSBURGHKUHL(R)7-2W+1308 ovO1470541
4/14/2018RICHARDS(R)PITTSBURGHTAILLON(R)0-1L+1607.5 ovU690550
4/15/2018URENA(R)PITTSBURGHNOVA(R)3-7L+1358.5 unO7601381
4/16/2018SMITH(L)@ NY YANKEESSEVERINO(R)1-12L2558.5 ovO59015111
4/17/2018GARCIA(L)@ NY YANKEESTANAKA(R)9-1W2609 unO1140492
4/19/2018PETERS(L)@ MILWAUKEEANDERSON(R)3-12L1709 evO5411370
4/20/2018RICHARDS(R)@ MILWAUKEECHACIN(R)0-8L1459 evU610110110
4/28/2018 COLORADO  

MILWAUKEE - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
4/7/2018DAVIES(R)CHICAGO CUBSDARVISH(R)2-5L+1259 unU442890
4/8/2018ANDERSON(R)CHICAGO CUBSQUINTANA(L)0-3L+1058.5 evU341760
4/9/2018CHACIN(R)@ ST LOUISMIKOLAS(R)5-4W1308 evO11111871
4/10/2018SUTER(L)@ ST LOUISMARTINEZ(R)3-5L1557.5 ovO111319130
4/11/2018GUERRA(R)@ ST LOUISWAINWRIGHT(R)3-2W1359.5 unU840750
4/13/2018DAVIES(R)@ NY METSMATZ(L)5-6L1108 ovO1061951
4/14/2018ANDERSON(R)@ NY METSHARVEY(R)5-1W1058 ovU950330
4/15/2018CHACIN(R)@ NY METSSYNDERGAARD(R)2-3L1807 unU4917122
4/16/2018SUTER(L)CINCINNATICASTILLO(R)4-10L-1308 evO7601470
4/17/2018GUERRA(R)CINCINNATIROMANO(R)2-0W-1559 unU870371
4/18/2018DAVIES(R)CINCINNATIMAHLE(R)2-0W-1409 ovU893380
4/19/2018ANDERSON(R)MIAMIPETERS(L)12-3W-1809 evO1370541
4/20/2018CHACIN(R)MIAMIRICHARDS(R)8-0W-1559 evU101106101
4/28/2018 @ CHICAGO CUBS  
MIAMI: 2017 77-85, second place
MANAGER Don Mattingly (third season)
ADDITIONS: INF Starlin Castro, CF Lewis Brinson, OF Cameron Maybin, 1B Garrett Cooper, RHP Jacob Turner, OF-1B Scott Van Slyke, RHP Jumbo Diaz, RHP Sandy Alcantara
SUBTRACTIONS: RF Giancarlo Stanton, LF M
OUTLOOK: New CEO Derek Jeter is accustomed to winning, but that is about to change. He traded away half of last year's starting lineup, including the NL MVP in Stanton, which means the Marlins are rebuilding yet again. Even with an entirely new outfield, the offense could be decent. But Castro and Realmuto are potential trade bait and might be gone before August, and the season will almost surely end Sept. 30, leaving the Marlins out of the playoffs for the 15th year in a row. This season is really about developing prospects acquired in those offseason trades, and if youngsters such as Brinson and Alcantara perform well, 2018 will be considered a successful start for Jeter.arcell Ozuna, CF Christian Yelich, 2B Dee Gordon, RHP Tom Koehler, OF Ichiro Suzuki, RHP Dustin McGowan, C A.J. Ellis
MILWAUKEE: 2017: 86-76, second place.
MANAGER: Craig Counsell (fourth season).
ADDITIONS: OF Lorenzo Cain, OF Christian Yelich, RHP Jhoulys Chacin, RHP Yovani Gallardo, LHP Boone Logan, RHP Matt Albers.
SUBTRACTIONS:2B Neil Walker, OF Lewis Brinson, RHP Matt Garza, RHP Wily Peralta, RHP Carlos Torres, RHP Jared Hughes, RHP Anthony Swarzak.
OUTLOOK: Expectations are up after the Brewers finished one game out of the playoffs in what was supposed to be the second full season of a rebuild. Instead of signing a high-priced starter, General Manager David Stearns added Cain and Yelich as the team's key offseason acquisitions. The new outfielders are former Gold Glove winners who can help out the pitching staff by cutting down on extra-base hits at Miller Park. The rotation should be bolstered later in the season by the return of right-hander Jimmy Nelson, who is recovering from right shoulder surgery in September after getting hurt while diving back to first while running the bases. Whether the Brewers repeat their 2017 success and challenge the Cubs in the NL Central could come down to starting pitching. A trade drawing from the team's outfield depth might help during the season.
Brewers look to extend winning streak against Marlins

MILWAUKEE -- It's probably just a coincidence but as the temperatures started to rise in Milwaukee, the Brewers' offense began to heat up.

That Milwaukee's run production has soared just as Christian Yelich returned to his everyday role, however, is anything but a coincidence.

"Those guys are two very good hitters," first baseman Jesus Aguilar said of Yelich and Lorenzo Cain. "Especially having Yelich in there, he's a lefty hitter who makes a lot of contact and gets on base a lot. That's big for the offense."

As a result, the Brewers will carry a season-high four-game winning streak into their game Saturday when they continue their four-game weekend set with the Miami Marlins, looking to clinch a series victory for the fourth time in seven tries this season.

The Brewers have scored 20 runs through their first two games against the Marlins. Cain has scored six of those runs while driving in two more and is 4-for-8 in the series so far.

"I feel like if I'm rolling, I'm kind of getting the team going," Cain said. "I'm trying to set the tone."

The Brewers traded for Yelich and signed Cain with the idea of putting them atop the order to set the table for Ryan Braun and Travis Shaw. That plan has worked out the last few days, especially for Braun, who has homered in each of his last two games.

"We've been looking for an opportunity to break out as a group," Braun said. "Sometimes, you just need one day like this to get everybody going."

Nobody has enjoyed the offensive resurgence more than Milwaukee's pitching staff, which had carried the load while waiting for the bats to break out and has shut out opponents in three of the last four games.

"I'm happy for those guys," right-hander Chase Anderson said. "It definitely makes our job easier. That's what these team is about. We pick each other up."

Milwaukee's Brent Suter (1-2, 4.87 ERA) gets a chance to keep that stretch going when he starts Saturday evening's game.

Suter didn't walk a better his last time out but allowed three runs on six hits while striking out four over five innings against the Reds in Cincinnati's 10-4 victory.

Saturday will mark his first career appearance against the Marlins, who will send right-hander Jose Urena (0-3, 5.57) to the mound in search of his first victory of the season after leading Miami with 14 wins a year ago.

Urena gave up four runs on eight hits and a walk over five innings in his last outing, a 7-3 loss to Pittsburgh. That line boosted his WHIP to 1.43 on the year.

Urena has worked past the fifth inning just once this season.

He is 0-0 with a 6.00 ERA in five career appearances, including one start, against the Brewers. Urena started one game against Milwaukee last year and gave up four hits, four walks and two runs in 4 2/3 innings.

The Marlins' bullpen could use a long start Saturday. They lead the league with 88 innings pitched this season, and their 5.63 ERA this season is the highest among NL bullpens.

Making matters worse, Miami has placed relievers on the disabled list each of the past two days. Chris O'Grady went out with a strained left shoulder Thursday, and Odrisamer Despaigne wound up on the 10-day disabled list Friday with a strained right forearm.

Miami summoned Nick Wittgren from Triple-A New Orleans to replace Despaigne. Wittgren underwent surgery to remove a bone chip from his throwing elbow in September, leading the team to take a cautious approach with him in the spring.

He opened the season with New Orleans, where he posted a 10.13 ERA in seven appearances and allowed two home runs in 5 1/3 innings.

"I'm ready, and I'm ready to help out," Wittgren said. "I have almost 100 innings up here, I know what it takes. I know what I have to do up here to help out, and pitch for these guys. When I get out there, I just have to execute."

Marlins manager Don Mattingly said he foresees using Wittgren as a multiple-innings option to bridge the gap between his starters and late-inning regulars.

"It's good to get Nick back," Mattingly said. "We felt like we'd get him back at some point. We were trying to get him built to multiple innings down there, and were taking that slow. But, obviously, with Odrisamer going down last night, he was really the guy."

Last Updated: 1/21/2019 6:48:42 AM EST

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