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1* Free Pick on Atlanta Braves -
I like the value here with Atlanta in this spot. The Braves are going to be extremely motivated to avoid getting swept at home by the Orioles, especially given that Baltimore hasn't swept an opponent all season and are still just 12-29 on the road.
Atlanta will turn to Brandon McCarthy, who has pitched well in the majority of his starts. In fact, McCarthy has allowed 3 or fewer runs in 10 of his 14 starts. I like his chances of out performing the Orioles David Hess, who comes in with an ugly 7.07 ERA and 1.714 WHIP in his last 3 starts. Most of that is from his last two outings, where he's given up 10 runs on 10 hits (3 HRs) and 7 walks with just 4 strikeouts in 8 innings of work. Take Atlanta!
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My free play is on the Mil Brewers at 2:10 ET. The St. Louis Cardinals meet the Milwaukee Brewers today in the finale of a four-game series. The Cardinals dropped the first two games of the series before eking out a 3-2 victory on Saturday to give themselves a shot at the split. However, St. Louis enters this contest having dropped eight of its last 11 overall and is still struggling to at the plate, as the Cards managed to earn the victory on Saturday with just four hits. The 39-36 Cardinals have not scored more than three runs in any of their last four games and currently sit third in the NL Central, 5 1/2 games back. The 45-31 Brewers remain atop of the NL Central, two games up on the Cubs. Milwaukee's pitching staff has carried the team lately, allowing three or fewer runs in four straight contests and eight of the last 10 (just a modest 6-4 in that run, though).
Luke Weaver (3-6, 4.69 ERA) will take the mound for St. Louis and he will be opposed by Milwaukee's Jhoulys Chacin (6-2, 3.18 ERA). Weaver is in his first full season in the regular starting rotation (made 18 starts combined in 2016 & '17) and takes the mound this afternoon having failed to complete six innings in any of his last five starts plus is winless in his last seven, compiling a 0-4 record in that span (note: team is 3-0 in his no-decisions). Weaver is 2-2 with a 4.41 ERA in six career starts against the Brewers with a 2-2 mark and 3.68 ERA in four starts at Miller Park, where he lasted just four innings while taking a loss after giving up four runs on four hits in an 8-3 loss on May 28 of this season.
Chacin is an 11-year vet and 2018 is shaping up as a very 'lucky' one. He is coming off a tough-luck loss at Pittsburgh on Monday, when he allowed just one run and six hits over 6 1/3 innings but could not get any run support in a game the Brewers went on to lose 1-0. However, he has allowed one or zero runs in three of his last four starts and FIVE of his last seven. The Brewers are 12-4 in Chacin starts in 2018 and his moneyline mark of plus-$856 ranks sixth-best among all MLB starters. Chacin did make back-to-back starts against St. Louis in April and went 0-1 (Brewers were 1-1) while surrendering a total of nine runs (six ERs) over 10 1/3 innings (5.23 ERA).
Chacin has been the much better pitcher this season and has posted a 2.31 ERA in six starts at Miller Park this year. Meanwhile, Weaver comes in winless since May 11 (seven-start stretch) and on the road in 2018, owns a 5.26 ERA and 1.63 WHIP. Take the Brewers.