Los Angeles vs Milwaukee Fri, Apr 19
|*Community||MIL +102 52%||u/9.5 56%|
*Consensus from 1186 predictions.
|2745th||Earned Run Average||4.3915th|
Stripling gave up just 1ER in 8 strong innings of a quality start last week against this Brewers squad. Dodgers lead the league in OPS against righties and Chacin has been way off so far this season. Chacin had a 4.54 ERA through seven March/April starts last season and this early season has looked even worse. He eludes to getting off to slow starts himself in a recent interview. I think he will look better then last time out but still gotta take the Dodger Blue here tonight.50%
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Milwaukee Brewers (54% consensus). The Los Angeles Dodgers look to extend the longest active winning streak in the major leagues to six games when they visit the Milwaukee Brewers on Friday for the second contest of their four-game series. Cody Bellinger hit his 10th home run of the campaign and Max Muncy added a two-run shot as Los Angeles posted a 3-1 victory on Thursday... http://bit.ly/2E6Lezs
Betting Prediction for Los Angeles Dodgers vs Milwaukee Brewers on April 19, 2019, 8:10 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: LA Dodgers will WIN and the Total will go Under .
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Mike Scioscia's Tragic Illness: Dodgers 3, Brewers 1: Urias whiffs 9, Bellinger & Muncy provide offense
The Dodgers entered the series against the Brewers as winners of their last four, but they had struggled against potential playoff teams outside the division thus far (1-6) and were looking to flip that script by kicking off the start of the four-game series with a victory. They managed to do exactly that behind Julio Urias, Cody Bellinger, and Max Muncy in a 3-1 win.
The bats struggled to score against opposing starter Zach Davies, managing three hits and three walks but no runs. They failed to capitalize in the 2nd with a runner on second and two outs, then in the 4th with runners on the corners and two outs, and in the 5th with a runner on second and one out and with a runner on third and two outs.
Brew Crew Ball: Brewers offense shut down by Dodgers in 3-1 loss
The Brewers struggled to get anything going tonight against a Dodgers team that has heated up.
Zach Davies made his second straight start against the Dodgers tonight, and while he wasn't as effective as in his previous start, he still put together a good outing. He pitched five scoreless innings, allowing just three hits and three walks, with just two strikeouts. He was up to 97 pitches at the end of the fifth, so his day came to an end there as his spot came up in the bottom of the fifth.