Milwaukee Brewers at St. Louis Cardinals - 9/14/22 MLB Picks and Prediction
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St. Louis Cardinals (83-58) vs Milwaukee Brewers (75-66)
Game Info: Wednesday, September 14, 2022 at 7:45 pm (Busch Stadium)
Adam Wainwright (10-9) (3.33) vs Corbin Burnes (10-6) (3.09)
Betting Odds: St. Louis Cardinals +110 / Milwaukee Brewers -120 --- Over/Under: 7 Click Here for the Latest Odds
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The Milwaukee Brewers and St. Louis Cardinals face off on Wednesday in an MLB showdown at Busch Stadium. On Tuesday, it was the Brewers that were able to secure the 8-4 victory.
The Brewers come into this game with a 76-66 record overall, and they have won three games in a row. The Brewers' offense over the last two games has scored 15 runs total. The Brewers are averaging 4.54 runs per game, which is 10th best in the league. When this team struggles, it’s usually the pitching that has really let them down. Willy Adames has hit 28 home runs and driven in 85 RBIs.
On the other side of this matchup is the Cardinals, who sit with an 83-59 record overall, and they had won two games in a row before losing on Tuesday. The Cardinals offense has been strong this season, and they are averaging 4.89 runs per game, which is 4th best in the league. Paul Goldschmidt is having a big season, hitting 35 home runs and driving in 109 RBIs so far this season.
On the mound for the Brewers is Corbin Burnes who sits with a 10-6 record and an ERA of 2.93. In his last start against San Francisco, he went eight innings, giving up three hits and one run.
On the mound for the Cardinals is Adam Wainwright, who sits with a 10-9 record and an ERA of 3.33. In his last start against the Washington Nationals, he went five innings giving up nine hits and four runs.
The Cardinals are 5-1 in their last six games on Wednesday. The over is 4-0 in Wainwright’s last four home starts. The under is 5-1 in the Brewers last six games during Game 2 of a series.
Wainwright gave up four runs in his last start and after pitching well to start the season, he hasn’t been as strong the last few starts. The Brewers scored eight runs on Tuesday, and they will run up the score again in this game. The Cardinals bats aren't going to score enough, and the Brewers will secure the victory.
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