Philadelphia vs Milwaukee Sat, May 25
|*Community||MIL -128 55%||o/10 63%|
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Milwaukee Brewers (59% consensus). Milwaukee Brewers star Christian Yelich made some history on Friday, but Bryce Harper and the Philadelphia Phillies came away with the win. Yelich will try to pull the Brewers even in the three-game series when they host the Phillies on Saturday... http://bit.ly/2J48iCE
Betting Prediction for Philadelphia Phillies vs Milwaukee Brewers on May 25, 2019, 4:10 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Milwaukee will Win and the Total will go Under .
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Phillies Nation: Phillies put one away late, clinch series victory with 7-2 win over Brewers
This was shaping up to be the type of game that has bedeviled the Philadelphia Phillies all season. Build a lead, fail in chances to put it away. Watch the opposition come back late. Take a small lead into the last inning. Home opponent rallies to a walkoff win against the bullpen.
Three times already this season the opposition has done it. Walked off with a win in their final at-bats. It just happened four days ago in Chicago, for goodness sakes. And here we were again. Phillies build a 4-0 lead. Two on, one out in the top of the 7th inning.
The Good Phight: Close one: Phillies 6, Brewers 4
During this stretch of playing formidable competitors--which is far from over--the Phillies have rarely won or lost due to big numbers. When they played the Brewers for four games in Philly at the beginning of last week, a couple of games got away from them, but this portion of the season has been defined by closed games. And the Phillies have shown they can win them as much as they've lost them.
After Friday night's 6-4 victory over the Brewers, the Phillies are 7-5 since May 13, having played the Brewers five times, the Cubs four times, and the Rockies three times.
Phillies Nation: Phillies bats, bullpen power them to win over Brewers
Just last week, the Milwaukee Brewers took the last three games of a four-game set against the Philadelphia Phillies, leaving a bad taste in the mouths of Phillies fans. Granted, the Phillies won game one of that series, only to be embarrassed the rest of the way out, but they started off their second series of the month with the Brewers by winning 6-4 Friday night.
The story of the evening wasn't the Phillies starting pitching, as Jerad Eickhoff struggled for the second consecutive outing. But the Phillies offense and bullpen picked up Eickhoff.
The scoring started in the top of the first.