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2019-09-12
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Miami Marlins vs Milwaukee Brewers Prediction & Preview

Miami Marlins vs Milwaukee Brewers 2019-09-12 MLB,

GAME SNAPSHOTWITH CURRENT LINE
#903 Milwaukee
Brewers -165
 
#904 Miami
Marlins 9
Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at 7:10pm
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GAME STATS
MILWAUKEE BREWERS
C. ANDERSON
75 - 68
5
W'S
4
L'S
4.58
ERA
1.3
WHIP
 
MIAMI MARLINS
E. HERNANDEZ
51 - 92
3
W'S
4
L'S
4.73
ERA
1.22
WHIP
 
The Milwaukee Brewers look to gain more ground on the Chicago Cubs when they face the struggling Miami Marlins in game two of their series from the Marlins Park on Tuesday evening. Right-handed Chase Anderson, who is 1-1 with a 2.55 ERA in four starts at Marlins Park, will start for the Brewers, while Elieser Hernandez will get the start for the Marlins.

Brewers continue winning stretch

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The Brewers are in very good touch, having won their last four games. They have also won seven of their last nine games to improve to 75-68 for the season, third in the NL Central. They narrowly trail Chicago (77-66) for second place in the division.
Last game
The Brewers cruised past the Miami Marlins 8-3 in the series opener on Trent Grisham’s career-high five hits and two runs. “He plays with a smile on his face, but he’s a competitive person,” Brewers manager Craig Counsell said of Grisham. “He’s done a nice job. You get five hits in a big September game and lead the offense from a rookie, that’s as much as you can ask.”
Efficiency
Despite the Brewers’ solid run through this season to date, they haven’t been great on either end of the field, a bit of a paradox but a good indicator that their wins are primarily through a combined team effort rather than individual brilliance. They have an ERA of 4.59, which puts them 17th in the league. They have also hit 675 runs, which ranks them 20th in the MLB.
Injury update
Orlando Arcia is away on paternity leave, while Keston Hiura did some light running on Sunday on his road to recovery from a hamstring issue.
 

Miami not a happy sports city

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It hasn’t been a good year for sports teams from Miami this year. After a stuttering season from the Marlins, the Miami Dolphins didn’t make a great start to the NFL either. The Marlins have now lost three of their last four matches en route to their 51-92 record.
Last game
After an 8-3 thrashing at the hands of Milwaukee, questions are starting to be asked about Marlins manager Don Mattingly. “I do like the thought of young guys getting better and growing in this organization is really what I was thinking when I first came here. That’s still something that I want, but the losses are hard to deal with and over time,” Mattingly said. “We have a chance to lose over 100 games. We didn’t lose 100 last year, but we have a chance this year and you don’t quite know where the next year or two is going.”
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Injury update
Jordan Yamamoto will throw a bullpen session in the coming few days in his comeback from a forearm issue.













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