Brewers Forecasted to Lose at Home to Nationals Despite Mike Moustakas's Effort

Tue, Oct 1, 2019 | Emma Botos

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October 1, 2019 -- According to the Snoozle model, the visiting Brewers have a 60.21% chance to lose to the home town Nationals.

Likely starting pitcher for the Brewers, Brandon Woodruff, will be paired with the hosting Nationals's pitcher Max Scherzer. The Snoozle model estimates the Brewers pitcher will have an outing for 6.664 innings, allowing 2.470 earned runs, with 2.520 walks. Our model forecasts the Nationals pitcher will have an outing for 7.007 innings, allowing 1.899 earned runs, with a 2.429 walks.

Expected in today's lineup will be top hitters Mike Moustakas and Anthony Rendon from Brewers and Nationals, respectively. According to our game model, Mike Moustakas 3B is estimated to have 0.534 RBIs and score 0.493 runs over an estimated 4.146 at-bats. Anthony Rendon is forecast to bat for 0.290 with 0.636 RBIs and 0.708 runs scored.

For this game the Brewers are the best value on the money line bets with on the +161 away odds and a predicted 39.79% likelihood to win.

Posted at Tue, October 1, 2019 13:01:12 UTC