Cincinnati vs Milwaukee Wed, May 22
|*Community||MIL -105 71%||u/7.5 50%|
*Consensus from 1041 predictions.
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MILWAUKEE -105 - Good price on the Brewers today- Davies has been strong at Miller Park with less than one earned run allowed over 23.2 innings pitched. Cincinnati ranks 29th in the offense on the road this season and I think Davies should be able to keep it that way.
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I'll take the Brew Crew to bounce back in this match up. Teams off a long road trip dont generally do well in their first game back, but the good news for the Brewers is that this is their 2nd game back and teams in that situation generally do well. The Brewers have been a strong home team so far at 16-9, while the Reds will enter their game on Tuesday night at 10-15 in the road and Cincy is 6-16 their last 21 games in this series. Luis Castillo (5-1, 1.90 ERA) has proven to be one of the best pitchers in the league this year, but Zach Davies has been a bit better at 5-0 with a 1.54 ERA overall, including 3-0 with a 0.76 ERA here at home. I give the Brewers a slight edge on the mound in this one, but the big difference will be their offense, which has a huge edge over Cincy even if Yelich doesn't play. Take the Brewers in this one.50%
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Betting Prediction for Cincinnati Reds vs Milwaukee Brewers on May 22, 2019, 1:10 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Cincinnati will Win and the Total will go Under .
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Brew Crew Ball: Brewers rally twice from 5 runs down, win slugfest over Reds, 11-9
W: Junior Guerra (2-0)
L: Wandy Peralta (0-1, BS 1)
SV: Josh Hader (12)
HR: CIN - Tucker Barnhart (4), Derek Dietrich (12); MIL - Keston Hiura (2), Mike Moustakas (12), Yasmani Grandal (9)
If you were stuck at work Wednesday afternoon and couldn't watch today's game between the Brewers and Reds, I'm going to try my best to describe exactly what I saw today.
I'm going with the word "try" here because it was the weirdest baseball game the Brewers have played this year, and there's no way to truly capture the bizarre afternoon that lasted nearly 4 hours and involved 20 runs and 23 hits.
Red Reporter: Reds jump on Brewers early, ride Sonny Gray to 3-0 victory
Was Sonny Gray at his absolute best on Tuesday against the Milwaukee Brewers? Not exactly, no.
That said, the righty battled, grinded, [insert past tense of token verb here], and managed to get out of trouble each time it presented itself, and the Cincinnati Reds were all better because of it.
Gray's final linen was a good one - 6 IP, 5 H, 0 ER, 4 BB, 9 K on a season-high 103 pitches. In fact, he'd not yet topped 90 pitches in a single game since joining the Reds, so it was certainly interesting to see Gray pushed to that point.