New York Mets (25-23) at Milwaukee Brewers (33-20)
MLB: Sunday, May 27th, 2018 at 2:10 PM ET (Miller Park)
Line and Odds: Brewers -118/Mets +108 – Over/Under: 9
FREE MLB Pick New York Mets vs. Milwaukee Brewers
The New York Mets (25-23) are looking to end this series on a high note after back-to-back losses versus the Brewers. After a hot start to this season, the Mets are fighting to stay above .500 after recent struggles, which included losing eight out of nine games earlier this month. New York ranks 13th in the league in earned run average and 12th in the league in WHIP. Zach Wheeler (2-4, 5.32 ERA) will get the start for the Mets on Sunday. Wheeler is 0-3 in his last four starts, included two starts where he gave up at least six runs. Wheeler lost his only start against Milwaukee last season, giving up ten hits and two earned runs in over six innings of work.
The Milwaukee Brewers (33-20) are out to prove they are the real deal after winning eight of their last ten games and stretching their lead in the National League Central to four games. The Brewers’ pitching staff has been phenomenal so far this season, ranking in the top five in the league in earned run average, opponent batting average, and quality starts. Milwaukee will start Jhoulys Chacin (3-1, 3.32 ERA) on Sunday. Chacin has given up two runs or less in seven out of his last eight starts. The Brewers are 8-3 in 11 starts by Chacin this year. In two starts against New York last year, Chacin had a 13.50 earned run average, giving up nine runs in six innings of work.
Cover The Spread 365 Betting Trends
New York Mets
1-4 ATS in last 5 games
1-8 ATS in last 9 games against Milwaukee
5-10 SU in last 15 games against Milwaukee
10-3 ATS in last 13 games
5-1 SU in last 6 games
4-2 ATS in last 6 home games
FREE MLB Pick Milwaukee Brewers vs. New York Mets
After a 17-6 blowout in the previous game, the Mets will be looking to be a bit more competitive in this game. The Brewers are playing well, and looking to show people they are the real deal. Milwaukee’s pitching staff has been incredible so far this season. The pitching matchup in this game heavily favors the Brewers, as Zach Wheeler has given up six runs or more in two of his last four starts. Jhoulys Chacin has been very consistent this year, giving me no reason to think he won’t pitch well against the Mets. This game will be more competitive than the previous, but the result will be the same. The Brewers are a better squad right now and they will end up winning this matchup.
[button type=”big” color=”blue”] Pick: Milwaukee Brewers -118 [/button]