San Diego
70-86 | 34-44 away
+138.5
Milwaukee
86-70 | 49-32 home
-150.5
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  • Padres take this to one to start off the series.

    My Pick: San Diego +148 50%
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    • @CoryWatts • 1m

      Brewcrew are feelin it right now and look to make a final playoff push. They have the easiest remaining schedule by far and want to start out hot in this one. Davies has been one of their best pitchers and has been solid at home. Richards is tough to trust on the road here and if you look deeper into this match up you see that the Brewers have the edge in almost every category. MIL ML here

      My Pick: Milwaukee -155
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      • @EasyMoney • 1m

        The Brewers have gone through stretches of being really good to making me scratch my head, that they are a professional team. I wouldn't want to face them in the playoffs. I'll take Davies and the Brewers in this spot today though.

        My Pick: Milwaukee -160 70%
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          Milwaukee Brewers on Twitter: "#Brewers win to take the series in St. Louis! Next up: 4 games at Miller Park against the Padres. #ThisIsmyCrew Don't miss out: https://t.co/1itevYjvIA" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">https://t.co/1itevYjvIA https://t.co/LYsTUAM3aG"#Brewers win to take the series in St. Louis! Next up: 4 games at Miller Park against the Padres. #ThisIsmyCrew Don't miss out: https://t.co/1itevYjvIA" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">https://t.co/1itevYjvIA https://t.co/VPn7E2cvnx https://twitter.com/Brewers/status/1173352584314335232?s=20

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          • @Covers • 1m
             San Diego Padres vs Milwaukee Brewers on 2019-09-16 added by Covers

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            (78% consensus). The Milwaukee Brewers have won nine of their last 10 contests to bolster their playoff aspirations heading into their final regular-season homestand. The Brewers aim to continue their torrid stretch on Monday, when they open a four-game series against the San Diego Padres... http://bit.ly/2GhF85v

          • @OddsShark • 1m
             San Diego Padres vs Milwaukee Brewers on 2019-09-16 added by OddsShark

            Betting Prediction for San Diego Padres vs Milwaukee Brewers on September 16, 2019, 7:40 PM ET

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

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          • @Brewers • 1m
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            Brew Crew Ball: Brewers keep on rolling as they beat the Padres, 5-1

            The final home stand of the season began tonight for the Milwaukee Brewers, and their opponent was the San Diego Padres who are in town for four games. Zach Davies got the start for the Brew Crew. Former Angels' ace Garrett Richards, took the mound for the Padres for the first time in 2019 since signing a two-year deal following Tommy John.

            Milwaukee scored first in this one. Ryan Braun led the inning off with a laser beam into the right-center field gap, resulting in a double. He advanced to third via a wild pitch by Richards. Cory Spangenberg was able to plate Braun with a single up the middle, and the Brewers were off and going, 1-0.

            The final home stand of the season began tonight for the Milwaukee Brewers, and their opponent was the San Diego Padres who are in town for four games. Zach Davies got the start for the Brew Crew. Former Angels' ace Garrett Richards, took the mound for the Padres for the first time in 2019 since signing a two-year deal following Tommy John.

            Milwaukee scored first in this one. Ryan Braun led the inning off with a laser beam into the right-center field gap, resulting in a double. He advanced to third via a wild pitch by Richards. Cory Spangenberg was able to plate Braun with a single up the middle, and the Brewers were off and going, 1-0.

          • @Padres • 1m

            SignOnSanDiego.com: Garrett Richards loses to Brewers in Padres debut that could be considered larger victory

            MILWAUKEE --

            Before he walked from the mound at Miller Park, the four infielders who had played behind him for the better part of four innings reached in with their gloves one at a time to tap Garrett Richards on the seat of his pants.

            Richards' long road back was complete. It was all he had said he wanted.

            But then it wasn't all he wanted, because that is not how a man throws 207 innings in a season or goes 28-16 over two seasons or posts a 3.15 ERA over five seasons in the American League.

            MILWAUKEE --

            Before he walked from the mound at Miller Park, the four infielders who had played behind him for the better part of four innings reached in with their gloves one at a time to tap Garrett Richards on the seat of his pants.

            Richards' long road back was complete. It was all he had said he wanted.

            But then it wasn't all he wanted, because that is not how a man throws 207 innings in a season or goes 28-16 over two seasons or posts a 3.15 ERA over five seasons in the American League.

          • @Brewers • 1m
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            Brew Crew Ball: Series Preview: San Diego Padres @ Milwaukee Brewers

            In theory, the Brewers' hardest work is done -- they took 2 of 3 games in St. Louis over the weekend in their last regular season series against a team above .500.

            Of course, we say in theory, because nothing is a given in baseball (especially September baseball), and as we saw in the Brewers' sweep in Miami last week, even series against bad Major League teams are hard-fought.

            The Brewers start their final homestand of the year today, although they hope to play more games at Miller Park beyond this week. In order to do that, they'll have to take advantage of series against the Padres and Pirates while the Cardinals and Cubs look ahead to a massive four-game set this weekend (and the Cardinals play wildcard-leading Washington ahead of that).

            In theory, the Brewers' hardest work is done -- they took 2 of 3 games in St. Louis over the weekend in their last regular season series against a team above .500.

            Of course, we say in theory, because nothing is a given in baseball (especially September baseball), and as we saw in the Brewers' sweep in Miami last week, even series against bad Major League teams are hard-fought.

            The Brewers start their final homestand of the year today, although they hope to play more games at Miller Park beyond this week. In order to do that, they'll have to take advantage of series against the Padres and Pirates while the Cardinals and Cubs look ahead to a massive four-game set this weekend (and the Cardinals play wildcard-leading Washington ahead of that).

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