After a marathon 162-game season, the Brewers will face the Nationals in a winner-take-all wild card game Tuesday night for the right to play the Dodgers in the National League Division Series.
The MLB regular season is winding down, but the betting action is not. Friday's best betting opportunities are a Blue Jays home game against the Rays and a National League battle between the Brewers and Rockies.
The MLB playoffs are right around the corner, but that doesn't mean we can't find some winners in the final days of the regular season.
Quality starting pitching will be on the mound in two National League matchups Tuesday, September 24, as the Reds host the Brewers and the Cardinals head to Arizona to face the Diamondbacks.
Christian Yelich's National League MVP odds were dealt a crushing blow on Tuesday evening when the 27-year-old outfielder fractured his right kneecap in a game against the Miami Marlins. The bad break - both literal and figurative - occurred in the first inning when Yelich fouled an Elieser Hernandez pitch off his knee. The two-time All Star was forced to exit the game and has since been ruled out for the remainder of the season.
Thursday's MLB action features a Cubs-Brewers matchup and a tilt between the Nationals and Braves.
Get ready for a NL East grudge match this afternoon as the New York Mets tangle with the Washington Nationals in D.C. Meanwhile, over in Milwaukee, Gerrit Cole will try to one-up teammate Justin Verlander one day after his latest no-no when he takes the mound against the Brewers.
A three-game NL Central battle commences at Wrigley Field on Friday afternoon as the Milwaukee Brewers (68-65) take on the Chicago Cubs (72-61). Every game is critical for these playoff aspirants. Here’s what bettors should be anticipating throughout.
Wednesday's MLB action is highlighted by an afternoon NL Central matchup in Milwaukee and a significant AL clash between the Rays and Astros.
Will the Atlanta Braves continue their hot streak in Colorado? Will there be runs aplenty in Milwaukee when the Brewers clash with the Cards? Our resident MLB expert thinks so.