Chicago Cubs vs Milwaukee Brewers Odds & Free MLB Pick

It’s lefty Cole Hamels (7-5, 3.69) for Chicago, and he is in his final couple begins as a Cub as the 35-year-old will be a free agent after this season. It won’t be at close to the 20 million this year, he’s making, although the Cubs could bring him back. Some believe Hamels will return to Philadelphia, in which he started his career and has been a World Series MVP.
It’s Hamels’ second straight outing from the Brewers. Last Saturday at Wrigley Field, he allowed five hits and two runs over six innings but had been a tough-luck failure since Chicago was shut out. The only scoring in the match came on a two-run single by Manny Pina in the very first inning. Hamels is 1-1 with a 1.88 ERA in four starts vs. Milwaukee at 2019. The Brewers are hitting against on .217 off him and have struck out 23 times in 24 innings.
Hernan Perez doesn’t play daily for the Brewers however expect him Friday contemplating he is 10-for-19 with two doubles, a triple and homer career off him. Ryan Braun is a .283 hitter using three homers in 46 at-bats off Hamels. Christian Yelich is 8-for-32 using three doubles, a homer and nine strikeouts.
Brewers starter Zach Davies (8-7, 3.76) hasn’t won since July 18 at Arizona. The Brewers had dropped five straight of his own outings but that changed last weekend reverse Hamels when Davies threw 4.2 shutout innings, allowing four hits. For whatever reason, Brewers manager Craig Counsell eliminated out Davies one shy of qualifying to get a success though Davies had thrown 77 pitches. Hamels doubled with one out in Jason Heyward followed using a lineout and the fifth. Counsell brought to confront Nicholas Castellanos, who flied out to end the inning.
Davies is currently 1-2 with a 4.21 ERA in five starts this year against the Cubs but includes an extremely nice 3.69 ERA in 18 career starts . Kris Bryant is a profession .347 hitter off him. Javier Baez, that has been battling with a thumb issue, is 10-for-33 with 10 strikeouts but also a homer. Kyle Schwarber has four homers in 28 at-bats. Jason Heyward is just 5-for-34 off Davies.
Not a huge lean on the side since the Cubs are dreadful on the street for the large part this year and the Brewers over .500 in the home. We’ll stay with the total.
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