Milwaukee Brewers vs. New York Mets, 4/14/2018 Prediction & Odds

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Travis Shaw hit a solo home run off Seth Lugo in the eighth to draw the Brewers to within one, but Robert Gsellman - a continued revelation out of the bullpen - came in with two runners on to shut the door, and Jeurys Familia closed it down with a 1-2-3 ninth to give the Mets their ninth straight win. The Mets are on their longest winning streak since 11 consecutive victories from April 12-23, 2015. A wild pitch by Dan Jennings ultimately put the game out of reach for the Brewers when the Mets scored on the mistake. It was Frazier's ninth multi-home run game.

Frazier hit an RBI single in the first but the Mets stranded 11 runners in the first five innings and led only 1-0.

Anibal Sanchez allowed three hits over six innings, Preston Tucker backed him with a three-run homer and Atlanta spoiled Yu Darvish's first home start for Chicago. Rodriguez (1-0) gave up five hits and two walks and struck out eight in his second start this year.

The Diamondbacks have swept the Dodgers three consecutive times since August 29 of a year ago, but the regular-season streak was interrupted by the Dodgers' three-game sweep of the D-backs in the 2017 NLDS.

Carlos Gonzalez homered and later hit a tiebreaking sacrifice fly as Colorado defeated host Washington.

Under is 55-25-3 in Milwaukee last 83 overall and under is 52-25-3 in Milwaukee last 80 on grass and under is 7-1 in Anderson's last 8 road starts.




It was the second straight win for St. Louis, while Cincinnati fell to an MLB-worst 2-11 with its sixth straight loss. Sanchez (1-0) allowed three hits in his second outing for Atlanta and snapped a personal six-game losing streak to record his first win since beating the Yankees on August 1, 2017. Kinsler had three hits and scored a pair of runs.

Reliever Justin Grimm (0-2) took the loss, surrendering two runs on three hits, a sacrifice fly and sacrifice bunt.

PIRATES 7, MARLINS 3: Starling Marte hiked his average 64 points, punctuating a 5-for-5 afternoon with a ninth-inning homer to help Pittsburgh win at Miami.

Blue Jays 8, Indians 4 • Teoscar Hernandez, called up Friday to replace injured Josh Donaldson, drove in the go-ahead run with a single off All-Star Andrew Miller in the seventh as Toronto rallied in Cleveland to snap the Indians' five-game winning streak.

The Brewers got two back against Matz in the sixth, when Bruce misplayed a ball in right for a two-base error, and Ryan Braun homered to left to cut the lead to 6-4.

PADRES 10, GIANTS 1: Joey Lucchesi struck out nine in six innings, fellow rookie Christian Villanueva homered, doubled and drove in three runs, and San Diego Padres beat visiting San Francisco for the third straight game.

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