St. Louis 37-35 | 16-21 away
vs Milwaukee 40-33 | 22-13 home
Monday 7:40pm ET

St. Louis vs Milwaukee Mon, Apr 15

7:40pm ET at Miller Park


Starting Pitchers
Dakota Hudson (0-1) ERA: 2.79
L3: S/O: 3.3 WHIP: 1.4 ER: 1 IP: 2.8
Freddy Peralta (1-0) ERA: 6.91
L3: S/O: 6.3 WHIP: 2 ER: 4.7 IP: 4.7

Consensus Picks

Computer MIL -134 u/9
*Community MIL -118 64% o/9 53%

*Consensus from 2073 predictions.

.24320thBatting Average.25116th
.32215thOn Base Percentage.3339th
.40522ndSlugging Percentage.4497th
11th OFFENSE 15th
18th Hits 14th
20th Strike Outs 9th
11th DEFENSE 22nd
9th Hits 16th
20th Strike Outs 12th
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
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  • @SlapJack • 2m

    I'm not necessarily convinced Peralta is the best pitcher pitching tonight. Hudson got no support during his start but I will take the Brewers because they are at home and they have played better there than away.

    My Pick: Milwaukee -118
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  • @Natdog • 2m

    these lines aren't updated and this game is currently sitting with the brewers -130. Peralta has a lot of potential and I think he's going to turn things around today. The brewers have such a good line up and I'm pretty sure the run support will be there for Peralta. Peralta struggles with left hand bats but outside of cartenter, i'm not to worried about the left handed bats in this Cards lineup. On the other side I think hudson is in for some trouble tonight, every batter on the brewers lineup has a wOBA over 300 and and Hudson struggles against Lefties. Sucks for him because the Breweres have four really good ones in their lineup.

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  • Goldy and Gyorko each have HR's in limited AB's against Peralta and Carpenter has a double. All and all the heart of the lineup looks like theis one has good risk/reward potnetial on STL but what I really like is the over in this one as Yelich, Moose & Shaw are a ombined 6-11 with 3 HR's against 24-year-old Hudson. Could see a good amount of longballs in this one. Play the Over.

    My Pick: Over 9.5
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  • @rotowire • 2m

    St. Louis vs Milwaukee injuries and projected lineup.

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  • @Covers • 2m

     St. Louis Cardinals vs Milwaukee Brewers on 2019-04-15 added by Covers

    Covers community free betting prediction for
    Milwaukee Brewers
    (67% consensus). The St. Louis Cardinals have picked up steam by winning six of their last seven games as they look to make some headway in what is expected to be an ultra-competitive National League Central this season. The Cardinals aim to continue their winning ways on Monday when they play the opener of a three-game series versus the host Milwaukee Brewers, who won three of four from visiting St. Louis to begin the season...

  • @OddsShark • 2m

    Betting Prediction for St. Louis Cardinals vs Milwaukee Brewers on April 15, 2019, 7:40 PM ET

     St. Louis Cardinals vs Milwaukee Brewers on 2019-04-15 added by OddsShark

    Free Betting Prediction: Milwaukee will WIN and the Total will go Under .

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  • @Brewers • 2m

    Brew Crew Ball: Christian Yelich wallops three homers, drives in seven as Brewers top Cardinals, 10-7


    The Milwaukee Brewers continue to get next to nothing from their youthful trio of starting pitchers, but yet again the offense -- namely, one player in particular -- managed to score another 'W' for the home team.

    It was Freddy Peralta who was called upon to toe the slab and begin tonight's game for the Cream City Nine on Jackie Robinson Day. He immediately put our boys in blue into a hole in the top of the first inning. Back-to-back homers by Pauls Goldschmidt and DeJong gave the Cardinals an early 2-0 lead, but the Brewers would battle back quickly against St.

  • @Cardinals • 2m

    Viva El Birdos: Series Preview 4/15-17: Cardinals at Brewers


    After a trip to Monterrey to participate in the Mexico Series, the Cardinals are up north in Milwaukee. This week, they will play three games against the Brewers at Miller Park.

    Cardinals outfielder Harrison Bader missed Sunday's game with right hamstring tightness. The team made a move that probably corresponds with this before Monday's game, as they recalled Drew Robinson from Triple-A Memphis and optioned reliever Giovanny Gallegos.

    The Cardinals enter the series with a record of 9-6, and the Brewers are 10-6. Outside of the Padres, the Brewers are the only National League team with a winning record to have a negative run differential.

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