Milwaukee vs Philadelphia Thu, May 16
|*Community||PHI -119 58%||u/9 59%|
*Consensus from 2401 predictions.
|23910th||Earned Run Average||3.9021st|
The Brew Crew have been red hot and Davies has as well. I have to give credit to Eflin as well, he has won his last three starts. I say take the under here but put a little money on the Brew Crew for an upset.50%
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The Brewers are red hot and Davies has the lowest ERA in the majors right now and Eflin has won his last three starts. This should be a low scoring game tonight and I predict Eflin outduels Davies here but the UNDER 9 is probably the safer bet here today.50%
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Love the Brew Crew here. We should see somewhat of a pitchers duel in this game. Davies owns the better numbers as he leads all of baseball with a dazzling 1.54 ERA and Davies also has a lower FIP than Eflin. Stats aside, Davies has silenced several dangerous lineups this season. He held the Cubs to one run, and he also held the Dodgers and Rockies to zero earned runs all within his last five starts, so I am confident he can shut down a dangerous Phillies lineup. Lastly, the Brewers have won eight out of their last 11 games overall entering Wednesday. Take the +odds and hammer the Brew Crew.
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If you like playoff baseball this is about as close as you'll get this early in the season. A pitching duel, great hitters60%
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Betting Prediction for Milwaukee Brewers vs Philadelphia Phillies on May 16, 2019, 1:05 PM ET
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The Good Phight: Please go away: Brewers 11, Phillies 3
The good news is that Ryan Braun will retire one day. The bad news is that thanks to modern "medicine," careers can be extended, so that day may not come any time soon. Until then, we're going to have to endure Braun's annual visits to Citizens Bank Park where he decimates Phillies pitching.
Braun was 3-4 on the day (7-13 in the series), but he wasn't alone in the battering of the Phillies' pitching staff. Fellow Phillie-killer Yasmani Grandal had another big game, including a three-run home run in the seventh that turned a once-close contest into a laugher.
Brew Crew Ball: Brewers pummel Phillies 11-3, take 3 of 4 in series
In the battle of the Zachs, it was Zach Davies who came out on top, thanks to a big day from the offense, led by Christian Yelich.
Zach Davies was on his game today, pitching six innings in his start. He allowed three runs, but only one of those was charged as earned (the home run he allowed to Jean Segura in the the first inning). The other two were unearned because of three errors by the Brewers, all coming from the middle infield. Keston Hiura had one error and Orlando Arcia had two.
Phillies Nation: Eflin, Phillies cap off series with blowout loss to Brewers
The Phillies came into the day having just lost their previous two games to the Milwaukee Brewers, and only scored a total of three runs in those games. Unfortunately, their offense continued to flounder as they could only muster three runs in an 11-3 loss to the Brewers. Zach Eflin took the mound in the loss, facing off against Zach Davies.
Just as the previous game, the Brewers struck first thanks to Christian Yelich. The right-fielder has been phenomenal this year, and he continued his success with his league-leading 17th home run, which gave Milwaukee a 1-0 lead.
The Good Phight: Game Thread 5/16: Brewers at Phillies
It's Throwback Thursday, so you know what that means: Baseball, but in glorious powder blue. Zach Eflin gets a crack at the Brewers while I assume his evil twin, Zach Davies, gets the start for Milwaukee. I'm not sure if the Phillies and Brewers had a fourth game scheduled today or if Ryan Braun has just refused to leave Citizens Bank Park and no one has been able to boo him into submission. We'll find out!
Brew Crew Ball: Brewers down Phillies, 5-2
Keston Hiura played so well in his debut last night that he moved up one spot in the batting order. He and the rest of the Brewers' lineup would have to face Jake Arrieta, and the NL East leading Philadelphia Phillies. Gio Gonzalez got the start for the Brew Crew, and he was effective once again. More on that later.
The scoring started early in this one. In the top of the first, Lorenzo Cain singled to left. Jake Arrieta followed the hit by hitting Christian Yelich. With the crowd screaming expletives at him, Ryan Braun singled sharply, scoring Cain to take an early lead.
Phillies Nation: Locked On Phillies 5/16: Arrieta struggles in loss to Brewers
On the Thursday May 16, 2019 edition of Locked On Phillies, Phillies Nation Editorial Director Tim Kelly breaks down Jake Arrieta's continued struggles in the Phillies loss to the Milwaukee Brewers Wednesday evening.
Later, Kelly previews the series finale against the Brewers Thursday afternoon, as the Phillies will look to split their series.
In the second-half of the show, Kelly takes a look an an interesting development pertaining to the Phillies potential interest in San Francisco Giants LHP Madison Bumgarner.
Locked On Phillies is a daily Phillies podcast hosted by Tim Kelly that's part of the Locked On Podcast Network.
Fansided: Milwaukee Brewers: Pina to IL, Nottingham time?
Manny Pina is expected to hit the Injured List with a hamstring issue after leaving Wednesday's game in the fourth inning. The Milwaukee Brewers will have to call up a catcher from Triple-A, but who is the best option? They have Jacob Nottingham and David Freitas on the 40-man roster, and both are options to fill in for the injured Pina, but who do they call up?What's the case for Nottingham?
Nottingham has been in the Milwaukee Brewers organization seemingly forever, but he's only just turned 24. He came to the Brewers in the Khris Davis trade in 2016, and has worked his way up the organizational depth chart since.