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There’s a lot of value on Milwaukee in this game, so we’ll back the Brewers on Sunday afternoon.
A series victory is at stake when Milwaukee plays in Chicago on Sunday afternoon. Milwaukee is a healthier team with Carlos Gomez back in the lineup. Milwaukee has scored 6 runs or more in four of their last six games. The Brewers will face Jason Hammel who has struggled in two of his last three outings while giving up 7 runs on 13 hits in 11.3 innings of work. Ryan Braun (5-13), Adam Lind (5-17), and Gerardo Parra (8-22) have good numbers against Hammel.
Milwaukee will start Jimmy Nelson in this game. Nelson has a solid 3.63 ERA and 1.12 WHIP in four starts for the Brewers this season. He has 18 strikeouts to just nine walks on the season. The Cubs’ offense has scored just 3 runs in their last three games, and their young team has been highly inconsistent so far this season. There’s a lot of value on Milwaukee in this game, so we’ll back the Brewers on Sunday afternoon.
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