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Game: Colorado Rockies at Milwaukee Brewers Apr 22 2012 2:10PM
Prediction: Milwaukee Brewers
Grade: Loser (-150)
Reason: The Brewers lost the opener of this series on Friday but came back with a win on Saturday and they look to take the series with a win this afternoon. Milwaukee evened its record at 4-4 at home and getting back over .500 will be a big step to keep up the momentum with the Astros coming to town next. The Brewers were a Major League best 57-24 at home last season so they want to get some of that home swagger back. Milwaukee is 44-9 in its last 53 games as a home favorite between -151 and -200. Colorado had its three-game winning streak snapped with the loss and I expect that to carry over into Sunday as it fell to 2-3 on the road this season. The Rockies offense has been stagnate on the road as they are hitting only .214 including a mere .203 against right-handed pitching and they have yet to score more than four runs since plating five in their road opener at Houston. The loss yesterday dropped the Rockies to 2-7 over the last nine meetings in Milwaukee and they are 19-46 in their last 65 games as an underdog. The Brewers give the ball to Yovani Gallardo and he looks to continue his solid pitching. He was shelled in his season opener against the Cardinals but in his two starts since then, he has allowed only three runs covering 14 innings with both games resulting in quality starts and Milwaukee wins. He cooled down the red hot Dodgers last time out and despite the fact he has never defeated Colorado in seven career starts, most of that damage came at Coors Field. The Brewers are 10-2 in his last 12 starts as a favorite of -151 to -200. Colorado counters with Jeremy Guthrie who is struggling. After allowing three runs in seven innings against the Astros in his season opener, he was shelled for six runs in just 3.1 innings against the Giants which was his first ever start at Coors Field. He followed that up by allowing six runs on nine hits in seven innings against the offensively challenged Padres so things have taken a turn for the worst. This is his first ever start against Milwaukee, but that advantage will not be felt today. 8* (960) Milwaukee Brewers