Chicago 39-33 | 15-21 away
vs Miami 26-45 | 13-25 home
Monday 7:10pm ET

Chicago vs Miami Mon, Apr 15

7:10pm ET at Marlins Park


Starting Pitchers
Y Darvish (0-2) ERA: 7.50
L3: S/O: 3.3 WHIP: 2.2 ER: 3.3 IP: 3.8
Trevor Richards (0-1) ERA: 2.00
L3: S/O: 6 WHIP: 1.1 ER: 2.8 IP: 6

Consensus Picks

Computer MIA +122 u/8
*Community CHC -133 60% o/8 55%

*Consensus from 4059 predictions.

36413thEarned Run Average4.3217th
.25116thQuality Starts363rd
4th OFFENSE 28th
4th Hits 23rd
19th Strike Outs 18th
27th DEFENSE 17th
26th Hits 21st
21st Strike Outs 9th
2019 NL Central Standings
Milwaukee 40 33 .548 L2
Chicago 39 33 .542 L2
St. Louis 37 35 .514 L1
Cincinnati 33 38 .465 W3
Pittsburgh 32 40 .444 L1
2019 NL East Standings
Atlanta 43 31 .581 L1
Philadelphia 39 32 .549 L1
New York 35 38 .479 W1
Washington 33 38 .465 W1
Miami 26 45 .366 W1
  • Press Enter to Submit
  • Darvish has huge splits and he strikes out left handed batter at 21% (which a little higher than leave average) and he strikes out right handed batters at 32.6% which is extremely high. Well the Marlins are throwing 4 high strike out batters (five if we include the opposing pitcher Trevor Richards) and on top of that, they are throwing 7 right handed batters at him. Yu has a strike out prop of O/U 6 with +125 on the over. I love this over and the value and I love that's it's an even number and not 6.5 so we can push if we land on six. I'll be max betting this today because I think Darvish is way over due for a bounce back game and the marlins in Miami is a great spot for a bounce back

    • Comment
    • 57
  • @MTLJ • 2m

    Fade Darvish, you heard it here

    My Pick: Miami +145 60%
    • 2
    • 33
    • @rc
      • 2m

      And money coming in Darvish. He is a mess but guess bettors know his name. MIA +145 60%

    • @texasg
      • 2m

      I've got the Cubs in spite of Darvish, I'm hoping they know when to pull him. Sooner rather than later. CHC -135 60%

  • Darvish is broken. he thinks all hitters have ESP and knows what he's throwing so he's trying to disguise his pitches which is making him not settled or confident in what he is throwing. He has diarrhea for pitches and is giving up walks and runs.

    My Pick: Miami +125 60%
    • Comment
    • 37
  • ***Chicago -130*** This has been a horrible start to the season for Darvish to say the least, as he's walked 11 batters in 12 innings while giving up 12 hits and 10 earned runs. Richards has given the Marlins six innings in all three starts and chances to win each outing, but he's gotten a combined six runs of run support in those games. That's the problem with the Marlins, even with when they have a pitching advantage, you remember this offense is god awful. I like the Cubs at the cheap price today.

    My Pick: Chicago -135 60%
    • 2
    • 64
    • @texasg
      • 2m

      100 percent correct on this today. Darvish may get a win but he is in trouble his confidence is shook. CHC -135 60%

    • @DCornell74
      • 2m

      Cubbies getting pounding, hope you got -135. ;) CHC -135 60%

  • @rotowire • 2m

    Chi Cubs vs Miami injuries and projected lineup.

    • Comment
    • 1
  • @Covers • 2m

     Chicago Cubs vs Miami Marlins on 2019-04-15 added by Covers

    Covers community free betting prediction for
    Chicago Cubs
    (69% consensus). After a rare snowout, the Chicago Cubs will be relieved to get to South Florida for a three-game series against the Miami Marlins that begins on Monday. They also might be eager to face a last-place Marlins team that has lost 10 of its last 12 contests and possesses a taxed bullpen...

  • @OddsShark • 2m

    Betting Prediction for Chicago Cubs vs Miami Marlins on April 15, 2019, 7:10 PM ET

     Chicago Cubs vs Miami Marlins on 2019-04-15 added by OddsShark

    Free Betting Prediction: Miami will WIN and the Total will Push .

    No Preview Currently Available. Original matchup:

  • @Marlins • 2m

    CBS Miami: Marlins Open Series With 7-2 Loss To Darvish, Cubs


    MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) -- If there's a cure for a struggling pitcher this season, it's playing the Miami Marlins.

    Willson Contreras hit his sixth homer, drove in three and reached base four times, and the Chicago Cubs thawed out to beat the Marlins 7-2 Monday night.

    The temperature in Chicago was 33 when the Cubs' game Sunday against the Angels was snowed out, and it was 84 with the retractable roof open for the first pitch at Marlins Park.

    Yu Darvish (1-2) struck out eight in a season-high 5 2/3 innings. He allowed two runs, lowering his ERA to 6.

  • @Marlins • 2m

    Fansided: Marlins Trevor Richards gets the ball against the Cubs

    Trevor Richards stats tell you he is going to be one of the better young pitchers in the National League this season. The Miami Marlins record tells you it could still be a long season for their starter and the rest of this pitching staff.

    The Cubs counter with Yu Darvish. After falling 3-1 in 14 innings in the series finale to the Philadelphia Phillies the home team will attempt to muster the beginning of a new win streak at Marlins Park.

    Richards has been a strikeout machine, taking down 18 batters in the 18 innings of work this season in his first three starts.

  • @Cubs • 2m

    Bleed Cubbie Blue: On The Horizon: Cubs vs. Marlins series preview


    The Marlins traded a lot of their good players off in the 2017-18 offseason. They lost 98 games in 2018, and then traded more of their good players. I wouldn't expect a better season from them; for more on the Marlins, here's Ely Sussman, managing editor of our SB Nation Marlins site Fish Stripes:

    The Marlins entered this season with real momentum from their rebrand, improved starting pitching depth and the influence of seasoned veterans in the clubhouse, but now, some anxiety is creeping in.

    All of the positives are being overshadowed by the dearth of impact bats throughout the organization.

  • @Cubs • 2m

    Obstructed View: Series Preview: Chicago Cubs (5-9) at Miami Marlins (4-12)

    Well, at least Chatwood didn't start after all. The Cubs take a brief break from their homestand for a three game series with the Marlins, who seem to be on track to be a new calibration point for the concept of replacement level. Still, it always seems like weird things happen in Miami, even when you leave their home run sculpture out of it. One of the broadcasts I was listening to today likened it to playing in a giant AAA stadium. Hopefully the Cubs don't get burned for the 214th time by a bunch of Rando Calrissians having the best games of their career.

  • Pending

  • @