Philadelphia 79-75 | 36-40 away
vs Milwaukee 86-70 | 49-32 home
Friday 8:10pm ET

Philadelphia vs Milwaukee Predictions

Fri, May 24, 8:10pm ET at Miller Park
Starting Pitchers
Jerad Eickhoff (2-2) ERA: 3.23
L3: S/O: 3.7 WHIP: 1.4 ER: 3 IP: 5.7
C Anderson (2-0) ERA: 2.66
L3: S/O: 4 WHIP: 1.3 ER: 3.7 IP: 4.4

Consensus Picks

Computer MIL -143 u/9.5
*Community MIL -143 73% o/9.5 59%

*Consensus from 1879 predictions.

.24718thBatting Average.24719th
.32119thOn Base Percentage.3299th
.42917thSlugging Percentage.43812th
11th OFFENSE 14th
17th Hits 13th
12th Strike Outs 27th
11th DEFENSE 16th
24th Hits 17th
19th Strike Outs 9th
2019 NL East Standings
Atlanta 96 61 .611 L1
Washington 85 69 .552 L1
New York 81 74 .523 W1
Philadelphia 79 75 .513 L1
Miami 54 101 .348 W1
2019 NL Central Standings
St. Louis 89 67 .571 W5
Milwaukee 86 70 .551 W4
Chicago 82 74 .526 L6
Cincinnati 73 83 .468 L1
Pittsburgh 65 91 .417 L9
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  • @Natdog • 4m

    haha, hit enter and didn't give my break down. But I like the over because chase anderson has a seira two runs higher than his ERA and I feel some regression is on his way. He's a reverse splits pitcher and while that's great for facing guys like harper, he has to deal with some heavy hitting right handed guys. Eickhoff gets smashed by left handed batters and I love targeting pitchers that struggle with lefties against the Brewers. The brewers have yelich back in the line up and they just look good. I think we see some shots today and I really like the over 5 for the fist five but will take over 9 if you can get that. This could be one of those games wehre we see 15 plus runs

    My Pick: Over 9.5
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  • @Natdog • 4m

    I really like the over in this game

    My Pick: Over 9.5
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  • @CoryWatts • 4m

    I am going with the Brewers in this one. Milwaukee looked very good in their series in Philadelphia last week despite the injuries. They won three of four games, and all three wins occurred by at least three runs. Brewers starter Chase Anderson has limited his opposition to only two runs in his last three starts spread across 13.2 innings. The Brewers are tough to beat at Miller Park where they have won seven out of their last eight home games. To add more fuel to the fire, Phillies starter Jerad Eickhoff is struggling. The right-hander has served up nine runs including five home runs in his last two starts, and one of those starts was against this Brewers team. They scored five runs in four innings against him last week.

    My Pick: Milwaukee -185 80%
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  • @Covers • 4m
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    (73% consensus). The Milwaukee Brewers have struggled to regain their footing after outscoring the Philadelphia Phillies by a 26-13 margin to win three of four in the series last week. The Brewers bid to get back on track Friday when they open a three-game series versus the visiting Phillies, who rebounded from their troubles against Milwaukee to win five of seven contests...

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

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  • @Brewers • 4m

    Brew Crew Ball: Series Preview: Philadelphia Phillies @ Milwaukee Brewers

    The Brewers face another familiar opponent this weekend, as they see the Philadelphia Phillies for the second time in four series, this time at Miller Park.

    It's another playoff contender the Brewers will finish playing early in the regular season before they potentially meet again in the postseason, where both teams could look drastically different than they do now.

    Still, it may be a blessing to catch the Phillies now, as they still try to get an offense that should be much better than it actually is clicking. After giving up 7 runs to the Phillies in the first game of the last series, Brewers pitching held the Phightin' Nine to 6 total runs over the final three games.

  • @Phillies • 4m

    Phillies Nation: Phillies series opposition preview: Milwaukee Brewers

    The Philadelphia Phillies (29-21) will be spending Memorial Day weekend at Miller Park, home of the Milwaukee Brewers (29-22), who are currently sitting in second place in the National League Central Division standings.

    The Brew Crew trail the Chicago Cubs, against whom the Phillies just split a four-game series, by 1.5 games, three in the loss column. They enjoyed an off-day on Thursday prior to this series, coming off an 11-9 victory over the Cincinnati Reds in their previous game on Wednesday night.

    It was just over a week ago that the Brewers captured three of four games between the two teams at Citizens Bank Park.

  • @Phillies • 4m

    The Good Phight: Miller time: Phillies vs. Brewers series preview

    When the Brewers came to Philadelphia last week, it was a successful trip for the visitors. It may seem like the Brewers have dominated the rivalry lately, but surprisingly, the Phillies have done fairly well in Milwaukee in recent seasons. Over the past three seasons, the Phillies have a 5-4 record in Miller Park, and they've kept their arch-nemesis (you know who I'm talking about) to a merely excellent .344 batting average as opposed to his incredible .417 career mark at Citizens Bank Park.

    Milwaukee Brewers

    Record: 29-22, Second place in National League Central

    Ryan Braun and Yasmani Grandal did as they so often do against the Phillies, leading the Brewers to three wins in the four-game series.

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