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MLB : Run Line Matchup
Friday 4/20/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
+1.5  -150

-1.5  +130



MIAMI (5 - 13) at MILWAUKEE (11 - 9)
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Friday, 4/20/2018 8:10 PM
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MIAMI - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games5-13-3.711-73.40.2240.2880.3010.5886.10.2600.3430.4310.773
Road Games2-4+0.35-13.30.1930.2550.2660.5208.80.3140.4270.5560.983
vs Right-handed Starters4-10-2.69-53.40.2180.2750.2890.5656.40.2590.3520.4270.779
Past 7 Games2-5-1.15-23.40.2190.2730.3070.5805.60.2610.3510.4220.773
Grass Games5-13-3.711-73.40.2240.2880.3010.5886.10.2600.3430.4310.773
Night Games3-10-4.28-53.30.2270.2890.2950.5836.60.2610.3450.4350.781
MIAMI - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games3.40.2240.2881863514218290.30156571664130219167
Road Games3.30.1930.2556192375030.2661816620318243
Righty Starters3.40.2180.275144911079180.2894239131297167124
MIAMI - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games5.701.45883.75653861336912-51233.3%
Road Games9.211.87128.3292939814341-010100%

MILWAUKEE - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games11-9+2.69-113.80.2450.3060.3880.6944.10.2330.3060.3720.678
Home Games5-6-1.24-73.30.2350.2990.3830.6824.60.2430.3080.3880.696
vs Right-handed Starters8-6+2.66-83.50.2450.3100.3810.6913.90.2270.3010.3600.661
Past 7 Games4-3+0.83-44.60.2550.3310.4290.7593.30.1970.2750.3140.589
Grass Games11-9+2.69-113.80.2450.3060.3880.6944.10.2330.3060.3720.678
Night Games8-5+3.38-54.70.2700.3330.4210.7544.60.2430.3120.3800.692
MILWAUKEE - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games3.80.2450.30620694170300230.3887161182121471821196
Home Games3.30.2350.2991135884140130.383333310437691584
Righty Starters3.50.2450.31014486119180160.381464613781131014114
MILWAUKEE - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games3.001.17381302761634946-36554.5%
Home Games3.321.25440.7181534217383-12250%
MIAMI - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
4/7/2018PETERS(L)@ PHILADELPHIAVELASQUEZ(R)1-20L1558 ovO5502051
4/9/2018URENA(R)NY METSSYNDERGAARD(R)2-4L+1707.5 unU9101651
4/10/2018SMITH(L)NY METSDEGROM(R)6-8L+1758 unO1181950
4/11/2018GARCIA(L)NY METSWHEELER(R)1-4L+1258.5 ovU222550
4/13/2018PETERS(L)PITTSBURGHKUHL(R)7-2W+1308 ovO1470541
4/14/2018RICHARDS(R)PITTSBURGHTAILLON(R)0-1L+1607.5 ovU690550
4/15/2018URENA(R)PITTSBURGHNOVA(R)3-7L+1358.5 unO7601381
4/16/2018SMITH(L)@ NY YANKEESSEVERINO(R)1-12L2558.5 ovO59015111
4/17/2018GARCIA(L)@ NY YANKEESTANAKA(R)9-1W2609 unO1140492
4/19/2018PETERS(L)@ MILWAUKEEANDERSON(R)3-12L1709 evO5411370
4/27/2018 COLORADO  

MILWAUKEE - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
4/6/2018WOODRUFF(R)CHICAGO CUBSHENDRICKS(R)5-4W+1258.5 evO12141782
4/7/2018DAVIES(R)CHICAGO CUBSDARVISH(R)2-5L+1259 unU442890
4/8/2018ANDERSON(R)CHICAGO CUBSQUINTANA(L)0-3L+1058.5 evU341760
4/9/2018CHACIN(R)@ ST LOUISMIKOLAS(R)5-4W1308 evO11111871
4/10/2018SUTER(L)@ ST LOUISMARTINEZ(R)3-5L1557.5 ovO111319130
4/11/2018GUERRA(R)@ ST LOUISWAINWRIGHT(R)3-2W1359.5 unU840750
4/13/2018DAVIES(R)@ NY METSMATZ(L)5-6L1108 ovO1061951
4/14/2018ANDERSON(R)@ NY METSHARVEY(R)5-1W1058 ovU950330
4/15/2018CHACIN(R)@ NY METSSYNDERGAARD(R)2-3L1807 unU4917122
4/16/2018SUTER(L)CINCINNATICASTILLO(R)4-10L-1308 evO7601470
4/17/2018GUERRA(R)CINCINNATIROMANO(R)2-0W-1559 unU870371
4/18/2018DAVIES(R)CINCINNATIMAHLE(R)2-0W-1409 ovU893380
4/19/2018ANDERSON(R)MIAMIPETERS(L)12-3W-1809 evO1370541
4/27/2018 @ CHICAGO CUBS  
MIAMI: 2017 77-85, second place
MANAGER Don Mattingly (third season)
ADDITIONS: INF Starlin Castro, CF Lewis Brinson, OF Cameron Maybin, 1B Garrett Cooper, RHP Jacob Turner, OF-1B Scott Van Slyke, RHP Jumbo Diaz, RHP Sandy Alcantara
SUBTRACTIONS: RF Giancarlo Stanton, LF M
OUTLOOK: New CEO Derek Jeter is accustomed to winning, but that is about to change. He traded away half of last year's starting lineup, including the NL MVP in Stanton, which means the Marlins are rebuilding yet again. Even with an entirely new outfield, the offense could be decent. But Castro and Realmuto are potential trade bait and might be gone before August, and the season will almost surely end Sept. 30, leaving the Marlins out of the playoffs for the 15th year in a row. This season is really about developing prospects acquired in those offseason trades, and if youngsters such as Brinson and Alcantara perform well, 2018 will be considered a successful start for Jeter.arcell Ozuna, CF Christian Yelich, 2B Dee Gordon, RHP Tom Koehler, OF Ichiro Suzuki, RHP Dustin McGowan, C A.J. Ellis
MILWAUKEE: 2017: 86-76, second place.
MANAGER: Craig Counsell (fourth season).
ADDITIONS: OF Lorenzo Cain, OF Christian Yelich, RHP Jhoulys Chacin, RHP Yovani Gallardo, LHP Boone Logan, RHP Matt Albers.
SUBTRACTIONS:2B Neil Walker, OF Lewis Brinson, RHP Matt Garza, RHP Wily Peralta, RHP Carlos Torres, RHP Jared Hughes, RHP Anthony Swarzak.
OUTLOOK: Expectations are up after the Brewers finished one game out of the playoffs in what was supposed to be the second full season of a rebuild. Instead of signing a high-priced starter, General Manager David Stearns added Cain and Yelich as the team's key offseason acquisitions. The new outfielders are former Gold Glove winners who can help out the pitching staff by cutting down on extra-base hits at Miller Park. The rotation should be bolstered later in the season by the return of right-hander Jimmy Nelson, who is recovering from right shoulder surgery in September after getting hurt while diving back to first while running the bases. Whether the Brewers repeat their 2017 success and challenge the Cubs in the NL Central could come down to starting pitching. A trade drawing from the team's outfield depth might help during the season.
Potent lineup finally brewing for Brewers against Marlins

MILWAUKEE -- Craig Counsell wouldn't admit it, but he was pretty excited to write both Lorenzo Cain's and Christian Yelich's names atop his lineup card Thursday night.

And with good reason, too as Milwaukee's offense, powered by Cain and Yelich, snapped out of an early-season funk Thursday night with a 12-run outburst against Yelich's former team, the Miami Marlins.

Yelich, who returned earlier this week, went 1-for-4. Cain doubled twice and homered and Ryan Braun, out a day earlier with a sore calf, hit a pinch-hit home run as Milwaukee's offense functioned just as the front office had in mind when it assembled the roster over the winter.

"We're definitely going in the right direction," Counsell said.

They'll try to do it again Friday night when Jhoulys Chacin takes the mound for his fifth start of the season as Milwaukee and Miami continue their four-game weekend set at Miller Park.

Chacin hasn't been overly impressive through the first four starts of his Brewers career.

He held the Mets to just a run his last time out -- marking a season-low for runs allowed -- but only worked four innings and gave up five hits with three walks during that stretch, striking out four.

Chacin didn't face the Marlins last season but is 1-4 with a 5.22 ERA in seven career appearances against Miami, including five starts.

Right-hander Trevor Richards (0-1, 4.70) gets the ball for the Marlins, who found a silver lining in their tough loss by way of Lewis Brinson's breakout game.

The rookie center fielder hit his first two home runs as a Marlin, marking the first multi-home run of his big league career -- against the same team that gave him his first taste of big league action.

"My approach was good tonight," Brinson said. "I came back to a place I played last year and had a little bit of a chip on my shoulder. I wish we could have gotten the win but it feels good. I was in a good place tonight and hopefully I can keep it going."

A first-round pick of the Rangers in 2012, he was dealt to Milwaukee at the deadline in 2016, part of a four-player deal that sent Jonathan Lucroy to Texas.

He appeared in 21 games for Milwaukee last season, batting just .106 but was considered the team's top prospect until he was shipped to Miami in a deal for Yelich in January.

Playing for his hometown team, Brinson had an eye-opening camp, batting .328 in Cactus League play, but was batting .131 with 20 strikeouts before Mattingly rested him for the Marlins' two-game interleague series at New York.

He wasted little time showing his former team what it was missing, homering in each of his first two at-bats and credited an adjustment to his timing as a leading reason for the sudden success.

"He's been working a lot," Mattingly said. "His work has been good, his BP has been getting better. He still has a ways to go but we'll take what he had tonight. He's seeing some progress with staying on the ball longer. He was good tonight and hopefully this is the start of something bigger for him."

Last Updated: 7/7/2020 12:39:14 PM EST

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