Washington Nationals vs. Milwaukee Brewers Moneyline Pick
- Updated: June 24, 2014
Time: 8:10 PM EST Tuesday June 24, 2014 FSWI
Location: Miller Park, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
The Milwaukee Brewers host the Washington Nationals in a National League match up.
In their last games: In Game 1 of this 3-game series yesterday the Nationals beat the Brewers 3-0.
In yesterday’s game Washington’s Gio Gonzalez combined with 3 relievers to hold Milwaukee to three hits in the 3-0 Nationals win.
Yesterday’s game was the first this season between these 3 teams.
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Here are some additional handicapping angles to ponder:
The Nationals are 7-3 in Jordan Zimmermann’s last 10 road starts.
The Nationals are 4-0 in Zimmermann’s last 4 starts against the Brewers.
The Brewers are 37-14 in Yovanii Gallardo’s last 51 starts as a home favorite.
In the last 19 games between these 2 teams in Milwaukee the Over record is 13-5-1.
Pitching Match Up
Washington Nationals Jordan Zimmermann (5-4, 2.95 ERA)
Milwaukee Brewers: Yovani Gallardo (5-4, 3.34 ERA)
Money Line: Nationals +101 / Brewers -111
Run Line: Milwaukee -1.5 +175
Total Line: 8 Under -115
Straight up and Against the Point Spread Records
Washington Nationals: 39-35 SU / O/U 35-32 / Run Line W/L 36-38
Milwaukee Brewers: 40-37 SU / O/U 40-33 / Run Line W/L 40-37
Key Betting Trends
• WASH Is 1-5 in their last 4 road games.
• WASH Is 16-40 in their last 56 games as a road underdog.
• WASH has an Under record of 10-4-2 in their last 16 road games.
• MIL is 4-1 in their last 5 overall.
• MIL is 4-1 in their last 5 home games vs. a team with a winning record.
• MIL has an Over record of 18-7-2 in their last 27 overall.
Key Player Injuries
Wilson Ramos C D.L. Jun 11 hamstring June 26
Eury Perez OF D.L. May 16 toe Out indefinitely
Bryce Harper OF D.L. Apr 25 thumb Early July
Jeff Kobernus OF D.L. Apr 13 hand Out indefinitely
Ross Ohlendorf RP D.L. Mar 26 back Late May?
Erik Davis RP D.L. Feb 13 elbow 2015
Tyler Thornburg RP D.L. Jun 7 elbow Out indefinitely
Jim Henderson RP D.L. May 2 shoulder Out indefinitely
Two sharp pitchers will take the mound tonight in Miller Park, but one has decidedly better back numbers. Nationals’ starter Jordan Zimmermann has pitched 4 straight quality starts covering 32 innings with 17 hits, 27 strikeouts and just 3 runs allowed. He’s dominated the Brewers winning all 4 career starts with a tidy 2.19 ERA and has been even better at Miller Field with one run allowed in 12 innings of work. Brewer’s starter Yovani Gallardo himself is coming off of 3 consecutive quality outings pitching 21 innings allowing 11 hits and 2 runs while striking out 20. Historically Gallardo hasn’t had his best stuff against the Nationals going 3-3 with a gaudy 6.15 ERA in 8 starts. His last outing versus Washington came last season when he was ripped for 8 earned runs in 3 innings.
Take Washington Nationals +101.