The Milwaukee Brewers (79-63) are set to take on the Miami Marlins (74-69) Monday at 7:40 PM ET, airing on BSWI. The Brewers are listed as -140 favorites by oddsmakers, while the underdog Marlins have +119 odds for the contest.
Milwaukee’s Brandon Woodruff gets the start, and he’ll go against Miami’s Jesus Luzardo.
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Brewers and Marlins Betting Trends
The Brewers have been the moneyline favorite 70 total times this season. They’ve gone 41-29 in those games.
In games it has played as moneyline favorites with odds of -140 or shorter, Milwaukee has gone 22-17 (56.4%).
This season, the Marlins have been the underdog 75 times and won 33, or 44%, of those games.
Miami has a record of 17-21 in games where bookmakers have it as underdogs of at least +119 on the moneyline.
The Brewers have played in 142 games with set over/under, and have combined with opponents to go over the total 65 times (65-71-6).
The Marlins and their opponents have hit the over in 65 of their 142 games with a total this season.
Brewers Stats & Insights
The Brewers have the No. 18 offense in MLB play scoring 4.4 runs per game (631 total runs).
Milwaukee is 24th in baseball with 145 home runs. They average one per game.
The Brewers’ .237 batting average ranks 25th in MLB.
Milwaukee’s 8.8 strikeouts per game rank 18th in MLB.
The 8.9 strikeouts per nine innings compiled by the Brewers pitching staff ranks 13th in MLB.
Milwaukee’s 3.91 team ERA ranks sixth among all MLB pitching staffs.
Marlins Stats & Insights
The Marlins rank 25th in the majors with 588 total runs scored this season.
Miami has hit 146 homers this season, which ranks 23rd in the majors.
The Marlins have a team batting average of .258 this season, which ranks eighth among MLB teams.
Miami ranks sixth in MLB in strikeouts per game with an average of 7.9 Ks per contest.
The Marlins average 9.4 strikeouts per nine innings as a pitching staff, fourth-most in the league.
Miami has the 16th-ranked ERA (4.22) in the majors this season.
Brewers Key Players to Watch
Woodruff makes the start for the Brewers, his ninth of the season. He is 4-1 with a 2.30 ERA and 55 strikeouts through 47 2/3 innings pitched.
Christian Yelich has been key for Milwaukee with 17 home runs, 71 RBI and a batting average of .274 this season.
Carlos Santana leads Milwaukee in runs batted in with 73 while batting .232 with 19 homers.
William Contreras’ batting average of .281 leads all Milwaukee hitters this season.
Willy Adames is slugging .404 this season, with a team-best 24 homers while driving in 72 runs.
Marlins Key Players to Watch
The Marlins will hand the ball to Luzardo (9-8) for his 29th start of the season.
Luis Arraez has put up a team-high batting average of .349.
Bryan De La Cruz has collected 74 runs batted in to lead his team.
Jake Burger is batting .239 with 24 doubles, a triple, 31 home runs and 28 walks.
Josh Bell has 24 doubles, 20 home runs and 56 walks while batting .245.
Brewers and Marlins Injuries
Brewers: Blake Perkins: 10 Day IL (Oblique), Jesse Winker: 10 Day IL (Back), Adrian Houser: 15 Day IL (Forearm), Eric Lauer: 15 Day IL (Shoulder), Julio Teheran: 15 Day IL (Hip), Jean Carlos Mejía: 15 Day IL (Shoulder), Garrett Mitchell: 60 Day IL (Shoulder), Darin Ruf: 60 Day IL (Knee), Justin Wilson: 60 Day IL (Lat), Aaron Ashby: 60 Day IL (Labrum), Corbin Burnes: day-to-day (Ankle), Christian Yelich: day-to-day (Back)
Marlins: Avisaíl García: 10 Day IL (Hamstring), Jorge Soler: 10 Day IL (Oblique), Sandy Alcantara: 15 Day IL (Forearm), Huascar Brazoban: 15 Day IL (Hamstring), Trevor Rogers: 60 Day IL (Forearm ), Matt Barnes: 60 Day IL (Hip), Jonathan Davis: 60 Day IL (Knee), Max Meyer: 60 Day IL (Elbow), Anthony Bender: 60 Day IL (Elbow)