Philadelphia 39-38 | 16-21 away
vs Milwaukee 42-36 | 24-15 home
Sunday 2:10pm ET

Philadelphia vs Milwaukee Sun, May 26

2:10pm ET at Miller Park
Starting Pitchers
Zach Eflin (5-4) ERA: 2.76
L3: S/O: 5.3 WHIP: 1.3 ER: 1.7 IP: 6.7
Brandon Woodruff (6-1) ERA: 3.51
L3: S/O: 6.7 WHIP: 0.8 ER: 2 IP: 6.7

Consensus Picks

Computer MIL -150 u/9
*Community MIL -153 64% u/9 51%

*Consensus from 1000 predictions.

36017thEarned Run Average4.7011th
.24023rdQuality Starts1922nd
11th OFFENSE 15th
13th Hits 15th
12th Strike Outs 24th
11th DEFENSE 16th
24th Hits 18th
19th Strike Outs 9th
2019 NL East Standings
Atlanta 46 32 .590 W2
Philadelphia 39 38 .506 L7
Washington 37 40 .481 L2
New York 37 41 .474 L1
Miami 30 46 .395 W4
2019 NL Central Standings
Chicago 42 35 .545 W1
Milwaukee 42 36 .538 W2
St. Louis 40 37 .519 L1
Pittsburgh 36 40 .474 W4
Cincinnati 36 40 .474 L2
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  • @texasg • 4w

    I like the Brewers at home today. Woodruff has started hitting his stride and pitching well, not to knock Eflin because he is pitching good as well but sometimes he has lapses and he can't do that with Milwaukee.

    My Pick: Milwaukee -165 & Over 9 60%
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  • @Covers • 4w

     Philadelphia Phillies vs Milwaukee Brewers on 2019-05-26 added by Covers

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    (62% consensus). Andrew McCutchen is playing a big role during the latest surge by the National League East-leading Philadelphia Phillies and the veteran outfielder hopes to lead them to a three-game sweep Sunday against the host Milwaukee Brewers. McCutchen, the 2013 NL MVP, is 12-for-29 with a pair of homers and nine RBIs during a seven-game hitting streak after belting a solo shot in Saturdays 7-2 victory...

  • @OddsShark • 4w

    Betting Prediction for Philadelphia Phillies vs Milwaukee Brewers on May 26, 2019, 2:10 PM ET

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

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  • @Phillies • 4w

    Phillies Nation: Phillies blown out in final game of series versus Brewers, 9-1


    The Phillies had a performance to forget Sunday, losing 9-1 to the Brewers in the final game of the three-game series in Milwaukee. The Phillies had just one run and one hit, while their pitching allowed four home runs.

    The scoring started off when Ben Gamel hit a solo home run to center field in the bottom of the third. It was Gamel's third home run of the season, and it gave Milwaukee a 1-0 edge over the Phillies:

    Here's how Ben Gamel got the scoring started today! #ThisIsMyCrew

    -- Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) May 26, 2019

    It would continue to get uglier for Phillies pitching in the bottom of the fourth.

  • @Phillies • 4w

    CBS Philly: Phillies Clobbered By Brewers On Final Game Of Road Trip


    MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Brandon Woodruff allowed a solo homer but was otherwise perfect over eight innings, Christian Yelich hit his NL-leading 21st home run and the Milwaukee Brewers went deep five times in a 9-1 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Sunday.

    Woodruff (7-1) retired his first 15 batters before Andrew Knapp opened the sixth with his first homer.

    Ben Gamel had two homers for the Brewers, and Hernan Perez and Yasmani Grandal also went long.

    Woodruff struck out a career-high 10, fanning the final batter in each of his innings while matching a career high with 24 outs -- a mark he set in his previous outing against Atlanta.

  • @Phillies • 4w

    Phillies Nation: Phillies seek sweep of Brewers behind Eflin


    After a series in Chicago that left some unfinished business behind, the Phillies (31-21) have done nothing but take care of business in their series against the Milwaukee Brewers (29-24). In the first two games of the series, the Phils offense has produced 13 runs while the bullpen has bounced back nicely from the Cubs series, tossing seven scoreless frames against the Brewers.

    Heading to the mound for the series finale is right-hander Zach Eflin. He's coming off of a hard luck loss, pitching six innings of one-run ball in the Phillies 3-2 loss to the Cubs on May 21.

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