Marlins vs. Brewers - 5/10/16 MLB Pick, Odds, and Prediction
Milwaukee Brewers (13-19) at Miami Marlins (17-14)
MLB Baseball: Tuesday, May 10, 2016 at 7:10 pm (Marlins Park)
Zach Davies (0-3) (6.98) vs. Adam Conley (2-1) (3.06)
The Line: Miami Marlins -155 / Milwaukee Brewers +145 --- Over/Under: 8.5 See the Latest Odds
The Milwaukee Brewers and Miami Marlins play again early Tuesday night at Marlins Park.
The Milwaukee Brewers look for consistency after splitting their last 10 games. The Brewers have allowed 15 runs in their last three games and four or more runs in 26 straight games. The Milwaukee Brewers have an ERA of 5.62 and have lost eight of their last 13 games when allowing more than three runs. Offensively, Ryan Braun leads Milwaukee with 41 hits, Chris Carter has 22 RBI and Aaron Hill has four home runs. Zach Davies gets the nod, and he’s 0-3 with a 6.98 ERA and 13 strikeouts this season. Davies is 1-1 with a 3.75 ERA and nine strikeouts in his career against the Marlins.
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The Miami Marlins look to keep rolling after winning 12 of their last 15 games. The Marlins have scored 12 runs in their last three games and four or more runs in 10 of their last 11 games. The Miami Marlins are a dangerous team when the offense shows up, as they’re 14-5 this season when scoring more than three runs. Martin Prado leads Miami with 42 hits, Giancarlo Stanton has 24 RBI and Marcell Ozuna has six home runs. Adam Conley takes the hill, and he’s 2-1 with a 3.06 ERA and 34 strikeouts this season. Conley is 1-0 with a 3.45 ERA and 21 strikeouts in his career against the Brewers.
The Brewers are 1-4 in their last 5 during game 2 of a series and 0-4 in Davies' last 4 starts. The Marlins are 9-4 in their last 13 Tuesday games and 12-5 in Conleys last 17 starts. The Brewers are 1-4 in the last 5 meetings.
The Marlins continue to be one of the hottest teams in baseball, and Conley is a pitcher who has allowed just two total hits in his last two starts. Against a struggling Brewers team, you have to like the Marlins to stay hot on their home field.