The St. Louis Cardinals (80-69) roll into Tuesday’s matchup with the Milwaukee Brewers (91-59) looking to extend a nine-game winning streak. The contest starts at 7:40 PM ET on BSWI with the Brewers listed as -225 favorites on the moneyline to stop the Cardinals’ streak.
Milwaukee’s Brandon Woodruff and St. Louis’ Jake Woodford have been named the starters for this contest.
The betting insights and predictions in this article reflect betting data from FanDuel as of September 21, 2021, 3:00 AM ET. See table below for current betting odds.
Brewers Probable Starting Pitcher: Brandon Woodruff
- Woodruff (9-9) will take to the mound for the Brewers and make his 29th start of the season.
- The right-hander’s last appearance was on Wednesday, when he threw six innings against the Tigers, giving up three earned runs while allowing four hits.
- He has 19 quality starts in 28 chances this season.
- They’ve won 44 of the games in which the starter records a quality start this season.
Cardinals Probable Starting Pitcher: Jacob Woodford
- Woodford (2-3) takes the mound first for the Cardinals in his sixth start of the season. He has a 4.30 ERA in 52 1/3 innings pitched, with 40 strikeouts.
- The righty last pitched on Tuesday against the Mets, when he threw four innings, allowing two earned runs while giving up four hits.
- So far this season, Woodford does not have a quality start.
- Cardinals pitchers are allowing one home runs per game away from home
Brewers Hitting Leaders
- Willy Adames is batting .197 with six doubles, a triple, five home runs and 10 walks.
- Avisail Garcia’s 28 home runs and 83 runs batted in both lead his team.
- Among qualifying batters in MLB, Garcia’s SLG and OBP are not in the top 25 in MLB.
Cardinals Hitting Leaders
- Paul Goldschmidt leads St. Louis with a batting average of .289. He’s also hit 26 home runs with 89 RBI.
- Goldschmidt ranks seventh in hits (162), 22nd in AVG (.289), 18th in SLG (.493), and 24th in RBI (89) among qualified hitters in MLB.
- Tyler O’Neill is batting .282 with an OBP of .355 and a slugging percentage of .535 this season.
- O’Neill will look to extend his nine-game hit streak. Over that span, he’s batting .364 with three homers.
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