Chicago White Sox vs. Milwaukee Brewers - 6/3/18 MLB Pick, Odds, and Prediction
Milwaukee Brewers (37-22) at Chicago White Sox (17-38)
MLB Baseball: Sunday, June 3, 2018 at 2:10 pm (Guaranteed Rate Field)
Brent Suter (5-3) (4.63) vs. Dylan Covey (1-1) (2.08)
The Line: Chicago White Sox +125 / Milwaukee Brewers -140 --- Over/Under: 9.5 See the Latest Odds
TV: FS-Wisconsin, WGN
The Milwaukee Brewers conclude their interleague series at the Chicago White Sox in Sunday MLB.
The Milwaukee Brewers maintained their lead in the NL Central thanks to a 5-0 victory at the White Sox on Saturday. Everything clicked for Milwaukee with starter Jhoulys Chacin tossing a three hit shutout over 5.2 frames to pick up the win.
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The Brewers offense totaled ten hits and walked twice with Lorenzo Cain, Jonathan Villar and Erik Kratz smacking solo homers while Jesus Aguilar went 3-3 with a long ball and a pair of RBI’s.
The Brewers hope Brent Suter can extend his winning streak to four when he faces the White Sox Sunday. Suter comes off of an 8-3 victory versus St. Louis with three runs plated on five hits over five frames.
The Chicago White Sox had an opportunity for back to back wins versus Milwaukee but couldn’t get anything going at the plate in Saturday’s defeat. Chicago starter James Shields allowed three solo homers over seven innings to absorb the loss before Jace Fry served up a two run jack in the 8th.
The White Sox attack consisted of five hits and a pair of bases on balls with Jose Rondon going 1-2 with a double while Omar Narvaez singled and walked. Chicago sends Dylan Covey to the bump to face the Brewers in the series finale’ on Sunday. Covey did not receive a decision in a 9-6 loss at Cleveland last time out with five runs (two earned) given up over 4.1 innings.
Milwaukee are 11-3 in their last 14 road games and under is 18-7-2 in Milwaukee last 27 interleague games and Milwaukee are 21-8 in their last 29 overall. Over is 5-1-2 in Chicago last 8 overall and over is 5-1-2 in Chicago last 8 on grass and Chicago are 2-8 in their last 10 interleague home games.
I think Suter is a bit overpriced for a guy that never goes more then five innings so this pick is based on backing the better team…