Milwaukee 65-62 | 29-36 away
vs St. Louis 68-58 | 37-24 home
Wednesday 1:15pm ET
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Milwaukee vs St. Louis Predictions

Wed, Apr 24, 1:15pm ET at New Busch Stadium
Starting Pitchers
J Chacin (2-2) ERA: 5.92
L3: S/O: 3 WHIP: 2.1 ER: 3.7 IP: 4.4
A Wainwright (1-2) ERA: 4.74
L3: S/O: 5.3 WHIP: 1.8 ER: 2.8 IP: 5
Odds
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MIL
STL
O/U
+120
-130
9
+116
-126
8.5

Consensus Picks


Computer STL -126 u/8.5
*Community STL -126 58% o/8.5 51%

*Consensus from 1945 predictions.

Highlights
61016thEarned Run Average4.005th
.25018thQuality Starts555th
.33011thWHIP1.298th
.44411thBAA.2437th
17th OFFENSE 2nd
18th Hits 4th
24th Strike Outs 12th
24th DEFENSE 11th
22nd Hits 9th
16th Strike Outs 10th
2019 NL Central Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
St. Louis 68 58 .540 W1
Chicago 69 59 .539 L1
Milwaukee 65 62 .512 W1
Cincinnati 60 66 .476 W2
Pittsburgh 52 75 .409 L2
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  • @MickeyT • 4m

    Get your St.Louis -120 - Good value with Red Birds with Wainwright going against Chacin. I think the Cards should be -135-140 in this matchup. Wainwright is the better hurler, playing at home and St.Louis #1 offense is red hot right now.

    My Pick: St. Louis -122 70%
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  • @Covers • 4m

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  • @OddsShark • 4m

    Betting Prediction for Milwaukee Brewers vs St. Louis Cardinals on April 24, 2019, 1:15 PM ET

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

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  • @Cardinals • 4m

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Ozuna, Molina homer in fourth to give Cardinals 4-1 lead over Brewers

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    The Cardinals were held hitless by Milwaukee starter Jhoulys Chacin through three innings Wednesday, but in a sudden, fourth-inning salvo, they took a 4-1 lead on homers by Marcell Ozuna and Yadier Molina.

    Paul Goldschmidt blooped a hit to right, extending his hitting streak to 11 games and Paul DeJong singled to center. Ozuna took a 2-1 fastball over the left-field wall for his ninth homer. After an infield out, Molina hiked his hitting streak to 12 games with his second homer of the season to left.

    WAINWRIGHT INDUCES TWO EARLY DPs

    Adam Wainwright allowed a one-out homer to Milwaukee's Eric Thames in the first inning Wednesday at Busch Stadium.

  • @Brewers • 4m

    Brew Crew Ball: Brewers late rally falls short, swept by Cardinals with 5-2 loss

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    The St. Louis Cardinals came into today's action looking to sweep the Milwaukee Brewers. Brewers' nemesis and former ace, Adam Wainwright got the start for the Cardinals. The Brewers countered with Jhoulys Chacin.

    The first inning got off to a very positive start for the Brewers and Eric Thames, who launched his fifth dinger of the year on a pitch up and over the plate. The Brewers took the early lead 1-0, but that would be the end of the scoring off Wainwright.

    After three hitless innings, the second time through the Cardinals lineup proved problematic for Chacin in the bottom of the fourth.

  • @Cardinals • 4m

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Cardinals sweep Brewers as Wainwright posts milestone victory

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    This flurry was more than enough as the Cardinals posted their fifth consecutive victory, beating the Brewers 5-2. Wainwright's win was the 150th of his career.

    In the last two home stands, the Cardinals have swept both participants in last year's National League championship series, the Brewers (three games) and Los Angeles Dodgers (four games). And they have won 10 of their last 11 games at home, after dropping the first two at Busch to San Diego.

    The Cardinals will spend Thursday's off day in first place in the National League Central Division with a 15-9 record, best in the league.

  • @Cardinals • 4m

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch: DeJong goes deep, 'Ponce' steps up as Cardinals beat Brewers again

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    "There is a whole different person than I was in spring training," Ponce de Leon said. "If you don't have confidence in your fastball, you're just a whole different person. Now, when you're going out there and you know you can fire heaters then there is a whole different aspect. Once the fastball is there, I'm back to myself."

    At the start of the Cardinals' 4-3 victory against Milwaukee on Tuesday night at Busch Stadium, Ponce de Leon quickly established his fastball and methodically asserted his place on the depth chart. The new, new Ponce de Leon allowed one run through five innings and with seven strikeouts came one shy of tying a career-high.

  • @Cardinals • 4m

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Cardinals, Brewers tied 2-2 in the sixth at Busch

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    The Milwaukee Brewers pulled even at 2-2 when Travis Shaw hit a solo homer against reliever John Gant with two outs in the sixth.

    The Cardinals had taking the lead at 2-1 with two outs in the fifth. After Matt Carpenter walked and then stole his first base of the season, Paul Goldschmidt delivered a hit to left-center to put the home team back on top.

    The Milwaukee Brewers pulled even at 1-1 when Orlando Arcia led off fifth inning with a solo shot to center field.

    Cain kept it 1-0 when he ran down a Kolten Wong drive into the gap in right center to end the inning.

  • @Cardinals • 4m

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Cardinals score two in the eighth, beat Brewers 4-3 at Busch

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    Paul DeJong hit an opposite-field solo homer to lead off the home eighth and Yadier Molina followed with a double to drive in Jose Martinez as the Cardinals scored twice and then held on for a 4-3 victory over the visiting Milwaukee Brewers before a crowd of 38.474 Tuesday night at Busch Stadium.

    The Brewers had pulled even at 2-2 when Shaw hit a solo homer against reliever John Gant with two outs in the sixth.

    The Cardinals had taking the lead at 2-1 with two outs in the fifth. After Matt Carpenter walked and then stole his first base of the season, Paul Goldschmidt delivered a hit to left-center to put the home team back on top.

  • @Cardinals • 4m

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch: DeJong goes deep as Cards beat Brewers again

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    At the start of the Cardinals' 4-3 victory against Milwaukee on Tuesday night at Busch Stadium, Ponce de Leon quickly established his fastball and methodically asserted his place on the depth chart. The new, new Ponce de Leon allowed one run through five innings and with seven strikeouts came one shy of tying a career-high. His work early helped the Cardinals snap a tie late with Paul DeJong's solo homer in the eighth inning. Yadier Molina's third hit of the game - an RBI double - added needed buffer before Jordan Hicks secured his sixth save.

    For the third consecutive game, the Cardinals' opponent got all of its runs via homer as Travis Shaw hit two of the Brewers' three homers.

  • @Brewers • 4m

    Brew Crew Ball: Cardinals take it late as Brewers fall 4-3

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    The Brewers and Cardinals matched up AGAIN for the second of three at Busch Stadium and the results were disappointing. Kyle Davies pitches relatively well for the Brewers; but could not go deep in the game. He gave up two runs over 4.2 innings. Daniel Ponce de Leon took the mound for the first time this season for St. Louis. He pitched well too, and got an assist early.

    In the top of the first Christian Yelich walked. Ryan Braun later blooped a single just below Jose Martinez' glove.

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