Milwaukee 42-36 | 18-21 away
vs Houston 49-30 | 27-11 home
Wednesday 8:10pm ET

Milwaukee vs Houston Wed, Jun 12

8:10pm ET at Minute Maid Park
Starting Pitchers
Brandon Woodruff (8-1) ERA: 3.87
L3: S/O: 8.3 WHIP: 1.3 ER: 3.3 IP: 6
J Verlander (9-2) ERA: 2.40
L3: S/O: 7 WHIP: 0.8 ER: 2.8 IP: 7

Consensus Picks

Computer MIL +130 u/7.5
*Community HOU -140 77% o/7.5 53%

*Consensus from 1727 predictions.

39013thEarned Run Average3.7227th
.25117thQuality Starts452nd
12th OFFENSE 9th
12th Hits 4th
25th Strike Outs 2nd
19th DEFENSE 3rd
21st Hits 1st
6th Strike Outs 2nd
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
2019 AL West Standings
Houston 49 30 .620 W1
Texas 42 36 .538 W2
Oakland 41 38 .519 L1
Los Angeles 39 40 .494 W1
Seattle 35 47 .427 W1
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  • @Jack68 • 2w

    I like the Astros in the match up of two top teams in their respected divisions. It is also a great pitching match up that will take place. Brandon Woodruff has pitched well this season but has shown signs of decay. In his last three starts he has posted an ERA of five in that stretch. He has only two quality starts in five road outings this season and his ERA and WHIP are higher as the visiting team. Verlander continues to thrive in the late stages of his career and the Astros are putting up runs even minus some of their stars. I give the edge here to the Stros

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  • Game of the night and I like Houston -128. Verlander at Minute Maid Park has been a different animal where he sports a 2.00 ERA over 36 innings pitched with a 0.64 WHIP which is just crazy. Hard to bet against those numbers and I like the new addition of Yordan Alvarez for Houston.

    My Pick: Houston -128
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      This game opened at Stros -150 and I thought that number was tight. Not sure why it dropped but I'm fading the public and taking Stro's

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  • @Covers • 2w

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  • @OddsShark • 2w

    Betting Prediction for Milwaukee Brewers vs Houston Astros on June 12, 2019, 8:10 PM ET

     Milwaukee Brewers vs Houston Astros on 2019-06-12 added by OddsShark

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

    Two of the most consistent pitchers in MLB will take the mound tonight when the Milwaukee Brewers take on the Houston Astros. Justin Verlander will start for the Astros sporting a 2.36 ERA this season while Brandon Woodruff toes the rubber for the Brewers, who have won eight straight games when he gets the call.The Astros opened as -150 favorites (since moved to -130) with a total of 7.5.Brewers vs Astros Game Center. Original matchup:

  • @Brewers • 2w

    Brew Crew Ball: Brewers make it interesting, but lose 10-8 to the Astros


    Fastball Freddy Peralta got the start this evening against the American League West leading Houston Astros. Coming off a very strong start against Miami, there was likely optimism that he would replicate a similar performance against Houston. He did not.

    Over 4+ innings, the Astros hitters had their way with the young pitcher. It started to go awry in the second inning. Tony Kemp started things off with a single. Later in the inning, Tyler White worked the count to 3-2. As Peralta is apt to do when he falls behind, he threw White a fastball.

  • @astros • 2w

    The Crawfish Boxes: Game Recap: Air Yordan Goes Yard Again. 4 Astros Homers Enough to Fend Off Brew Crew, 10-8.


    A pitcher's duel this game was not.

    There were 18 runs scored tonight, 23 hits, 57 total bases. Astros starter Brad Peacock allowed four runs in 6.1 innings, and was damn lucky to get off that lightly. After allowing a first inning double to Christian Yellich, who scored on a Yasmani Grandal single, Peacock managed to strand three runners to escape the first inning allowing only one run.

    In the third Christian Yellich homered, his 25th of the season; in this case Peacock was in good company, joining the every growing pitchers' self-help group called Yellich Anonymous.

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