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Milwaukee Brewers vs. St. Louis Cardinals - 3/31/19 MLB Pick, Odds, and Prediction

Game
St. Louis Cardinals at Milwaukee Brewers
Date & Time Sunday March 31, 2019, 2:10 PM (EDT)
Location
Miller Park
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
The Line
Milwaukee Brewers -117 / St. Louis Cardinals +107 O/U: 8
TV Channel
FSWI, FSMW
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The St. Louis Cardinals and the Milwaukee Brewers will match up in Game 4 of their MLB set on Sunday.

The Brewers eked out a 5-4 victory in game one of this set, then on Friday the Cards found some late life and banged out a 9-5 win. On Saturday, The Brewers got back to it with a 4-2 win.

In the Sunday game, Milwaukee’s going with Corbin Burns. In 2018, Burns pitched in 30 games with 38.0 innings under his belt. In the time he compiled a 2.61 ERA with 35 Ks and one save.

Milwaukee’s big hitter in the Saturday game was Mike Moustakas, with two RBI, two hits and a run. Travis Shaw also had two hits for the Brewers in that one, with an RBI and a run.

For the Sunday game, the Cards will be rolling out veteran Michael Wacha. In his 2018 run, Wacha logged a 3.20 ERA with 71 strikeouts over an 8-2 record in 84.1 innings of action.

On Saturday, St. Louis’ Kolton Wong led the way on three hits with one RBI and one run, and Marcell Ozuna put up two hits with one run.

The Cardinals are 6-2 in their last eight in game four of a series and 10-4 in Wacha’s last four starts. St. Louis is 10-4 in Wacha’s last four starts on grass and the under is 8-3-1 in their last 12 in game four of a series.

This will be a pretty fun game to watch. We don’t have much to go on when it comes to Burns, but Wacha has been a pretty solid pitcher for St. Louis.

The thing is, Wacha’s going to need some bats behind him if he wants to eke out a 3-2 or 4-3 win here, which is what I think this should be.  I’m going with the Cards here.

Pick:
St. Louis Cardinals +107

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