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MLB : ATS Matchup
Saturday 6/23/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
-1.5  +140

+1.5  -160



ST LOUIS (38 - 36) at MILWAUKEE (45 - 30)
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Saturday, 6/23/2018 4:10 PM
Board OpeningLatest
909ST LOUIS+105Ov 9,-105+100Ov 8.5,-115
910MILWAUKEE-115Un 9,-115-110Un 8.5,-105
ST LOUIS - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games38-36-8.330-404.20.2410.3060.3880.6944.20.2410.3130.3690.682
Road Games17-18-216-174.40.2330.3020.3960.6984.40.2530.3330.3860.720
vs Right-handed Starters29-26-4.121-304.20.2450.3040.3930.6974.00.2290.3070.3560.662
Past 7 Games2-5-2.84-33.90.2230.2860.3910.6765.00.2330.3200.3940.714
Grass Games38-36-8.330-404.20.2410.3060.3880.6944.20.2410.3130.3690.682
Day Games18-14+1.112-184.10.2320.2950.3740.6693.90.2310.3060.3550.661
ST LOUIS - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.20.2410.306742502602903910.3882972356472749562606424
Road Games4.40.2330.302351202280422500.3961481193521323725283013
Righty Starters4.20.2450.304551862456691680.3932221594871936143394818
ST LOUIS - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games4.281.388258.71331232493111025313-15171356.7%
Road Games4.511.529121.7676112914571264-810758.8%

MILWAUKEE - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games45-30+15.229-444.40.2470.3130.4060.7183.60.2240.2990.3680.667
Home Games23-14+8.214-214.50.2430.3180.4050.7234.00.2320.3040.3870.692
vs Right-handed Starters37-22+1621-364.50.2530.3170.4130.7303.40.2170.2930.3640.657
Past 7 Games4-3+0.33-45.60.2440.3090.4150.7233.30.2230.3070.3760.683
Grass Games45-30+15.229-444.40.2470.3130.4060.7183.60.2240.2990.3680.667
Day Games14-15-1.88-194.00.2320.2970.3840.6823.60.2210.2960.3740.670
MILWAUKEE - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.40.2470.3137525226241176900.4063122406725649576436027
Home Games4.50.2430.318371196291553440.4051551313392324037233212
Righty Starters4.50.2530.317591984502915720.4132491865423939658324420
MILWAUKEE - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games2.751.200271.793832132711332418-819967.9%
Home Games2.921.226138.75145111155915912-29660%
ST LOUIS - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
6/9/2018WACHA(R)@ CINCINNATICASTILLO(R)6-4W1009.5 unO76010100
6/10/2018MARTINEZ(R)@ CINCINNATIDESCLAFANI(R)3-6L-1209.5 ovU1190581
6/11/2018FLAHERTY(R)SAN DIEGOLYLES(R)5-2W-1758.5 unU1260461
6/12/2018MIKOLAS(R)SAN DIEGOSTRAHM(L)2-4L-1808.5 evU530730
6/13/2018WEAVER(R)SAN DIEGOLAUER(L)2-4L-1908.5 evU8501060
6/15/2018WACHA(R)CHICAGO CUBSLESTER(L)5-13L+1008.5 unO9621462
6/16/2018MARTINEZ(R)CHICAGO CUBSHENDRICKS(R)3-6L+1158.5 ovO98210131
6/17/2018FLAHERTY(R)CHICAGO CUBSQUINTANA(L)5-0W+1108.5 unU1072481
6/18/2018MIKOLAS(R)@ PHILADELPHIAPIVETTA(R)5-6L1008.5 ovO971871
6/19/2018WEAVER(R)@ PHILADELPHIAVELASQUEZ(R)7-6W1058.5 ovO841990
6/20/2018WACHA(R)@ PHILADELPHIAARRIETA(R)3-4L1058.5 ovU781981
6/21/2018MARTINEZ(R)@ MILWAUKEESUTER(L)3-11L1058.5 ovO7641270
6/22/2018FLAHERTY(R)@ MILWAUKEEGUERRA(R)1-2L1058 ovU380351
6/29/2018 ATLANTA  
6/30/2018 ATLANTA  

MILWAUKEE - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
6/9/2018SUTER(L)@ PHILADELPHIAARRIETA(R)12-3W1058 unO1370662
6/10/2018WOODRUFF(R)@ PHILADELPHIAEFLIN(R)3-4L-1208.5 evU882460
6/11/2018GUERRA(R)CHICAGO CUBSQUINTANA(L)2-7L+1058.5 unO8521080
6/12/2018ANDERSON(R)CHICAGO CUBSCHATWOOD(R)4-0W-1209.5 unU760231
6/13/2018CHACIN(R)CHICAGO CUBSMONTGOMERY(L)1-0W-1108.5 ovU440691
6/15/2018SUTER(L)PHILADELPHIAARRIETA(R)13-2W-1408.5 unO1370864
6/16/2018GUERRA(R)PHILADELPHIAEFLIN(R)1-4L-1609 evU5409150
6/17/2018ANDERSON(R)PHILADELPHIANOLA(R)9-10L+1108 ovO131101260
6/18/2018CHACIN(R)@ PITTSBURGHWILLIAMS(R)0-1L-1209 unU250760
6/19/2018PERALTA(R)@ PITTSBURGHTAILLON(R)3-2W1108 evU961560
6/21/2018SUTER(L)ST LOUISMARTINEZ(R)11-3W-1158.5 ovO1270764
6/22/2018GUERRA(R)ST LOUISFLAHERTY(R)2-1W-1158 ovU351380
6/29/2018 @ CINCINNATI  
6/30/2018 @ CINCINNATI  
ST LOUIS: 2017 83-79, third place
MANAGER Mike Matheny (seventh season)
ADDITIONS: LF Marcell Ozuna, RHP Miles Mikolas, RHP Luke Gregerson, RHP Bud Norris, INF-OF Yairo Munoz
SUBTRACTIONS: RHP Lance Lynn, OF Stephen Piscotty, OF Randal Grichuk, RHP Seung-hwan Oh, RHP Juan Nicasio, SS Aledmys Diaz, RHP Trevor Rosenthal
OUTLOOK: The Cardinals have had one losing season since the start of the century, but they are facing immense pressure from fans after finishing behind the Cubs and Brewers in 2017. St. Louis missed the playoffs for a second consecutive year, the first time that's happened since 2007-2008. For the Cardinals to snap that postseason "drought," they'll need bounce-back seasons from several players -- including a healthy Wainwright on the mound and Carpenter at the plate. Few expect the Cardinals to cede the NL Central title to Chicago for a third consecutive year without putting up a fight, but St. Louis will need Ozuna and Pham to produce as expected. If they do, and the Cardinals can bring along their reworked pitching staff, the potential for a return to the playoffs is there.
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.
Aguilar stands tall in middle of Brewers' lineup

MILWAUKEE -- Four months ago, Milwaukee Brewers manager Craig Counsell was trying to figure out how to fit Jesus Aguilar onto his roster. Now, Counsell is having a hard time taking the hard-hitting first baseman out of his starting lineup.

Aguilar has been Milwaukee's hottest hitter over the last month, batting .283 with 12 home runs, 34 RBIs and a .964 OPS. Five of those home runs along with 12 RBIs have come over his last five games and he's driven in multiple runs in five straight starts, tying a franchise record.

"He's certainly been one of the most pleasant surprises (this year)," Counsell said. "He was last year, as well and he's taken it up a notch this year. You need those kind of performances you weren't expecting. You need that kind of stuff."

All that from a player who came to spring training not sure if he'd have a job when the regular season opened.

Acquired off waivers ahead of the 2017 season, Aguilar split time at first with Eric Thames last year, forming a potent right-left platoon combo. But after the Brewers acquired outfielders Christian Yelich and Lorenzo Cain over the winter, the team planned to transition outfielder Ryan Braun as an occasional right-handed option at first, which seemingly diminished Aguilar's role.

He played his way onto the roster with another strong spring training and established himself as a dangerous pinch-hitting threat before taking over first base on a more regular basis when Thames was lost to a thumb injury on April 25.

"I'm confident in myself. When I get a chance to go, I'm going to give my 100 percent. That's how I think."

Thames, who's spent the majority of his playing time in the outfield since returning June 11, is still adjusting to the position but is happy for his teammate.

"I mean, hey, the team is winning," Thames said. "It was the same thing for him the first half of last year when I was going off. It's great because we're winning and today, he pretty much did it himself and it was awesome. I'm happy for him. He works hard. He's such a smart hitter, smart player. He's a great team guy so you can't help but root for him."

His bat -- as well as his defensive ability -- have been a source of comfort for Brewers pitchers this season and will be Saturday for Chase Anderson, who takes the mound for Game 2 of the Brewers' four-game series with the Cardinals at Miller Park.

Anderson has yet to find the consistency that led to his breakout season a year ago. He's 5-6 with a 4.54 ERA through his first 15 starts and has struggled keeping the ball inside the park.

He's allowed 15 home runs this season -- one more than he gave up in all of 2017 -- with 13 of those coming at Miller Park, where he's 3-3 with a 5.70 ERA this season.

He gave up two home runs in the opening inning his last time out, upping his first-inning ERA this season to 8.36.

"It's just one of those deals," Anderson said. "That's kind of been my thing since I was a kid. Obviously, I need to correct it and work on it and get better at getting guys out quicker. Something to work on."

The Cardinals answer with right-hander Miles Mikolas, who's 1-0 with a 6.00 ERA in two career starts against the Brewers, both of which came this season.

He allowed four runs over 5 2/3 innings but took the victory on April 2 at Miller Park but didn't factor in the decision after giving up another four runs, this time over 6 1/3 innings, in a 5-4 Cardinals loss on April 9 in St. Louis.

"He pounds the strike zone and uses multiple pitches," Cardinals manager Mike Matheny said. "It's just not every day you come across starters who can do that ... and then to have durability and consistency to stay in the game as long as he has."

A victory Saturday would mark Milwaukee's second series victory over the Cardinals in three tries this season.

Last Updated: 2/21/2019 12:49:13 PM EST

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