The St. Louis Cardinals (87-69) will look to Harrison Bader, with homers in three-straight games, to pull off an upset win over the Milwaukee Brewers (94-62) on Tuesday at Busch Stadium. The Brewers are -117 moneyline favorites for the game, which starts at 6:45 p.m., live on BSMW.
Brandon Woodruff takes the mound for Milwaukee while Adam Wainwright is St. Louis’ starter for the contest.
The betting insights and predictions in this article reflect betting data from FanDuel as of Sept. 28. See the table below for current betting odds.
Brewers Probable Starting Pitcher: Brandon Woodruff
- The Brewers will send Woodruff (9-10) to the mound for his 30th start this season.
- The right-hander’s last appearance was on Tuesday, when he threw six innings against the Cardinals, giving up one earned run while allowing two hits.
- He has 20 quality starts in 29 chances this season.
- They have a 46-24 record this season when their starter records a quality start.
Cardinals Probable Starting Pitcher: Adam Wainwright
- Wainwright (16-7 with a 3.05 ERA and 170 strikeouts in 200 1/3 innings pitched) gets the start for the Cardinals, his 32nd of the season.
- His most recent time out came on Thursday against the Brewers, when the righty went four innings, surrendering five earned runs while allowing four hits.
- Wainwright heads into the game with 21 quality starts under his belt this year.
- The Cardinals have put together a 6-32 record in games this season; the club has given up two or more home runs.
Brewers Hitting Leaders
- Willy Adames is batting .197 with six doubles, a triple, five home runs and 10 walks.
- Kolten Wong has 31 doubles, two triples, 14 home runs and 30 walks while batting .274.
Cardinals Hitting Leaders
- Paul Goldschmidt leads St. Louis with a .296 batting average. He’s also hit 31 homers and has 99 RBI.
- Goldschmidt ranks sixth in hits (174), 15th in AVG (.296), 15th in SLG (.519), 19th in OBP (.365), 23rd in HR (31), and 15th in RBI (99) among qualified hitters in MLB.
- Tyler O’Neill has 130 hits and an OBP of .348 to go with a slugging percentage of .544 this season.
- Among qualified hitters, O’Neill ranks 20th in HR in the league.
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