Milwaukee vs San Diego Predictions
|*Community||MIL -169 82%||u/7.5 57%|
*Consensus from 1241 predictions.
|48714th||Earned Run Average||4.6114th|
I like the Brewers in the spot to bounce back and get the win. The Padres have actually been better on the road this season, and they hold an 19-20 home record entering Mondays play. While the Padres have had their issues pitching, Brewers starter Brandon Woodruff just limited the Astros to three runs on four hits in seven innings in Houston in his latest start, and he has conceded three or fewer runs in eight out of his last nine starts. The Padres currently have a fatigued bullpen after a high-scoring series in Denver this past weekend. The Padres just allowed 48 runs in four games against the Rockies. Take the Brewers to get a win here60%
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Milwaukee Brewers (74% consensus). One day after being shut out for just the third time this season, the Milwaukee Brewers aim for a return to form when they continue their three-game series against the host San Diego Padres on Tuesday. Milwaukee averaged 5.8 runs over its previous 21 contests before managing four hits in Mondays 2-0 loss... http://bit.ly/2JesIsW
Betting Prediction for Milwaukee Brewers vs San Diego Padres on June 18, 2019, 10:10 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Milwaukee will Win and the Total will go Under .
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Gaslamp Ball: Padres vs Brewers Series Preview
The Padres start a 3 game set against the Milwaukee Brewers on Monday night. The boys are coming off of the most exciting series split most fans have ever seen. The 2 9th inning comebacks were simply incredible.
The 1st place Brewers come in as one of the luckier teams in the league. They currently hold a 1 game lead over the Cubs, but have relied heavily on offensive fire power. Of course, they're being carried by perennial MVP candidate Christian Yelich.
Pitching match ups
Hitters to watch
Fernando Tatis Jr 13/32 1 HR 5 RBI 1 SB .
SignOnSanDiego.com: Lucchesi's strong outing, Machado's homer help Padres past Brewers
Joey Lucchesi helped a tired bullpen, won a game and took a giant step toward being the pitcher he and the Padres think he can be.
The 26-year-old went seven innings on Monday, and the Padres beat the Brewers 2-0 in the opener of a three-game series at Petco Park.
As soon as pinch-hitter Manny Pina was announced as the first batter of the eighth, Andy Green walked the mound to remove Lucchesi. The left-hander left to cheers after allowing just three hits in getting the Padres their first quality start since his last start.
Craig Stammen replaced Lucchesi and pitched a perfect eighth, and Kirby Yates was perfect in the ninth in earning his major league-leading 25th save.
Brew Crew Ball: Brewers shut out by Padres 2-0
After a tough series in San Francisco, the Brewers moved to San Diego hoping to get onto a winning streak. Unfortunately, the offense didn't follow them to San Diego in the first game of the series.
Jhoulys Chacin made his return from the IL, and the start didn't go very well for him. He did limit the Padres to two runs, but was working out of trouble all night. The first run came in the first inning, after he hit Eric Hosmer with a pitch, then Manny Machado advanced him to third with a double.
Gaslamp Ball: 6/17 Game Thread: Padres (35-37) vs. Brewers (40-31)
WHEN: Monday, June 17, 2019, at 7:10 p.m.
WHERE: PetCo Park
HOW: Watch on FOX Sports San Diego (or FOX Sports Go), listen on 97.3FM The Fan. Spanish broadcasts on FOX Deportes San Diego and XEMO 860AM.
WHY: Last time out, Joey Lucchesi threw 6 innings allowing 2 runs while striking out 6. No Padres starter has had anywhere near that kind of success since then (it was not easy to have success as a pitcher in Denver this past weekend).