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The MLB is put up with another night of action as twelve games hit the board for Thursday. One of those matchups on Thursday night will likely probably be between the Chicago Cubs and the Milwaukee Brewers. These two division rivals continue to be in competition for a playoff place, which ought to help lead to open this series. This game will start at about 7:10 PM Eastern time on September 5.
Chicago has earned a listing of 75-63 to this stage in the summer, which has them in place of the NL Central. The Cubs are sitting three games back on the red hot St. Louis Cardinals for the top spot in the division. Chicago will seem to hold onto it using a win on Thursday night and is in the 2nd wild card spot. The Cubs will look to keep this trend up and have won six of the last eight matches.
The Brewers are in place of the NL Central with a record of 71-67 so far. Milwaukee has fallen down a bit in the later phases of the season, but are just four games back from a wild card place. The Brewers will look beginning this four-game series having a much needed win in the home and have won four of their last six matches.
The Cubs and the Brewers both have had strong seasons up to now, but need to complete the season strong if they wish to make a playoff berth. Although Milwaukee has an uphill battle facing them as they attempt to get back into the playoff picture, chicago is holding on a playoff spot. This ought to result in some excellent series.
The two series between the two teams this year were in the first stages of the year. The Brewers and Even the Cubs split the initial two series, moving 3-3 against each other. Both teams were able to win two games at home, however there were a lot of games at the six matchups.
The next collection of this year between these teams happened on July 26-28 in Milwaukee. Ben Gamel struck on a two RBI single in the bottom of the eighth inning to pull away with a 3-2 win for the Brewers. Keston Hiura hit a two-run homer to walk off a 5-3 win at the series’ second match. Kyle Schwarber went off in the third game with two home runs and seven RBI’s as the Cubs bounced back with an 11-4 win.
The fourth series shifted to Chicago. Jose Quintana allowed seven hits and 2 runs through six innings to help the Cubs win 6-2 in the first game. Cole Hamels afterward allowed four hits and no runs to give Chicago a 4-1 win. The Cubs finished the sweep of this series using a win at the last game of this sequence.
The latest series was between August 30 and September 1. Jose Quintana had yet another strong start since he allowed no runs and four hits in a 7-1 Cubs triumph. Manny Pina struck on a two-run single in the second game in the top of the very first and the Brewers rode into a 2-0 win to end their losing streak against Chicago. Christian Yelich struck on a three-run homer as Milwaukee ended with a triumph to ice hockey match that was final.
Since he’s put up 149 strikes, javier Baez has experienced a solid season for Chicago, 29 home runs and 85 RBI’s. Kris Bryant has made 137 hits, 26 homers and 64 RBI’s. Anthony Rizzo has 133 strikes. Kyle Schwarber has set up 33 home runs and an amazing 105 strikes. Nicholas, Willson Contreras, Albert Almora, and jason Heyward Castellanos have double-digit homers.
Christian Yelich was on a tear this season. Yelich has made 154 hits, 43 home runs, 93 RBI’s and an OPS of 1.093. Mike Moustakas has 122 hits, 31 home runs and 76 RBI’s on the season. While Yasmani Grandal has 108 hits, 22 home runs and 64 RBI’s ryan Braun has 116 strikes with 18 home runs and 58 RBI’s this year. Eric Thames and Orlando Arcia equally have home runs as well this season.
The Cubs have the better lineup all around, although these two teams have hitting lineups. Chicago has a great deal of strong hitters and it shows in their home series numbers. Christian Yelich has been ripping it up this year and the Cubs will look to throw him around. Moustakas and Lorenzo Cain both could overlook the game also, which would hurt a good deal.
Jose Quintana will begin against the Brewers on Thursday for Chicago . Quintana includes a 12-8 list. He’s set up an impressive 3.90 ERA and a WHIP of both 1.280. His last start came from the Brewers, where he allowed four strikes five and two thirds innings. Quintana has played five games against Milwaukee this year.
The Brewers will possess Chase Anderson begin on the mound on Thursday night. He has gone. He has set up an ERA of 4.58 along with a WHIP of both all 1.293 in these games. Anderson’s last start came from the Cubs, where he allowed seven hits and five runs through four innings. He has a 1-1 record in three starts against Chicago this year.
Quintana has been the starter that was greater, although The two of these pitchers have had solid seasons. Quintana has won his last two games against Milwaukee this year and he’ll seem to make it three in a row having a strong beginning. Anderson got lit up from the Cubs in his very last game and will look to get some revenge with a much needed win for the Brewers.
The Cubs have gone 9-8 from Milwaukee this season because we enter the final series of the season. The Brewers will host this show, but I think that Chicago will make a triumph to start up this set. The Cubs have the greater hitting pitcher and lineup on the mound. Milwaukee has won the last two games against Chicago, but I think that streak will develop a Cubs win on Thursday night.
BetOnline has Chicago listed as a -120 against the money line for Thursday’s tilt. This suggests that the Cubs will win this match around 54.6 percent of the time. I believe that with Quintana about the mound that this is a great line. Chicago gets the better team and so are in just as extreme of a race to the playoffs. I enjoy the Cubs as my choice for Thursday.