20 May, 2023
The Milwaukee Brewers are 20th in MLB in terms of team scoring with 4.3 runs scored per game. They have 183 runs and an on-base percentage of.316 as a team. 53 doubles have been recorded by the Brewers collectively, while 51 balls have been sent into the stands. They have 337 base hits, 175 RBIs, and a.239 team batting average for the season. Milwaukee is hitting.388 and has drawn 151 walks while being called out on strikes 397 times.
Their pitching staff has a WHIP of 1.28 and a strikeout to walk ratio of 2.40. Brewers pitchers have given up 182 runs overall and 57 home runs, which ranks 10th in the league. Milwaukee has surrendered 169 earned runs and 346 hits (8.2 per 9 innings). The Brewers have 338 hitters on base and a team earned run average of 4.01 this season, ranking them 12th in MLB. They have given up 141 walks to opposing batters this season, and as a team, they have a 4.72 FIP.
The Brewers’ relievers have entered the game in 37 save situations and had a 66.7% save percentage. In 57 runners that the relievers have taken over this season, 29.8% of those runners have reached home plate. Pitchers for the Brewers have started the game 37 times with runners on base and in high-leverage situations 37 times. This season, the Brewers have sent 132 relievers to the mound. This season, the relievers have recorded 21 holds, ranking 20th in MLB. They have made 10 saves so far this year and missed five of their fifteen chances to make saves.
The Brewers are currently ranked fourth in the majors after turning 71.5% of the balls in play into outs over 3,411 innings. The Milwaukee Brewers have 1,137 putouts, 376 assists, and 18 errors so far this season. Their fielding percentage of.988 places them ninth in major league baseball, and they’ve turned over 31 double plays.
Throughout his professional baseball career, Lauer has taken the ball for 589 frames and been responsible for 563 punch outs. Lauer, who has a career record of 36-35, has faced 2,536 opposition hitters in the major leagues and has a FIP of 4.47. His career WHIP is 1.347, and he has a 4.14 earned run average (271 earned runs allowed). With 224 walks, he has given up 570 base hits (8.7 hits per nine innings).
This season, Tampa Bay has 266 RBIs and 87 home runs combined. They have scored 277 runs, gotten free bases 154 times, and hit 87 doubles. This season, the Tampa Bay Rays have a team batting average of.273 and an OBP of.348. The Rays rank second in baseball with 6.16 runs scored per game and a team SLG% of.506 overall. They have 421 base hits and have been reached 385 times, ranking 13th in MLB.
The Rays currently have a staff FIP of 3.94 and a team WHIP of 1.155 for this season. With 318 hits surrendered as a staff, they presently hold the top spot in the league. The Tampa Bay pitching staff has a club ERA of 3.38 (150 earned runs allowed) despite having given up 156 runs so far this year. With 377 strikeouts against 143 walks, they have a strikeout to walk ratio of 8.50. They have allowed 40 home runs and 3.52 runs per nine innings, which ranks first in the league.
In 21 save opportunities, Tampa Bay has used relief pitchers to enter the game, and they have escaped with 11 saves. They have sent 144 bullpen pitchers to the mound this season and are now ranked 25th in MLB with a save percentage of 52.4%. Their relief pitchers have entered the game 43 times with the score tied or higher and 32 times with runners in scoring position. Of the 48 inherited runners, Tampa Bay relievers have inherited scores in 37.5% of the cases. The Rays have accumulated 23 holds and 10 missed saves out of 44 save opportunities.
The Tampa Bay Rays have 35 double plays and the second-best fielding percentage in baseball (.991). The Rays have 1,197 putouts and 428 assists this season, along with 15 mistakes. The Rays have a 73.0% defensive efficiency throughout their 3,591 innings played, which ranks them first in the majors.
Eflin has a 4.43 ERA and has allowed 9.4 hits per nine innings in his career (41-46 record). In his MLB career, he has faced 2,964 opposition hitters and has a K/BB ratio of 3.61. He has a WHIP of 1.283, a FIP of 4.3, and a total of 344 earned runs allowed. Eflin has pitched 699 innings in his career, giving up 732 base hits while striking out 596 batters.
Which team will prevail on the moneyline or spread in tonight’s MLB game?
Pick: Take Milwaukee
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