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2022 MLB Handicapping
(52-44) Minnesota Twins vs. Milwaukee Brewers (53-44)
Date: Tuesday, July 26th, 2022
Time: 8:10 PM ET
Venue: American Family Field, Milwaukee, WI
Projected Pitchers: Dylan Bundy (MIN) vs. Ethan Small (MIL)
MLB Moneyline Odds: Twins -110 / Brewers -110
MLB run line Betting Odds: Twins -1.5 (+144) / Brewers +1.5 (-164)
MLB Baseball Gambling Total: O/U: 9.5
The Twins will be on the road to start a series with the Brewers on Tuesday evening.
Dylan Bundy is matched up against Ethan Small in this one.
Depending on where I have looked, there has been a slight difference in the total. It opened at 9.5 in most spots, but there have been some that have ticked down to 9.
The Twins head into this interleague showdown looking to keep up what they did to the Tigers in their two-game set over the weekend. In those contests, they did just what they needed to do against a team that is not very good.
These guys were able to get the 8-4 victory on Saturday and the 9-1 victory on Sunday against Detroit. If a team outscores their opponent by a 17-5 margin in a series, it is hard for them to complain.
Minnesota was able to get two solid performances by Joe Ryan and Sonny Gray over the weekend to go along with good offensive production. It is hard for me to be all that critical of what they did in those games.
Coming into this series with Milwaukee, this group holds a record of 52-44 and they lead the Guardians by 3.5 games in the AL Central. They would like to gain some real separation between themselves and Chicago/Cleveland, but there is no guarantee that will happen. It would not surprise me if it is a very tight race for the remainder of the season.
Overall, I feel the Twins have played pretty well this season and they have been impressive to a degree. Still, I do not view them as a legit threat in the AL and it is clear they are not better than the other two division leaders in their league.
The offense is clearly capable and that unit will keep them in a bunch of games, but I still have questions with the pitching. This team does need some help in the pen and rotation, but I am not sold on them acquiring pieces at the deadline.
Compared to their most recent series, the level of competition with the Brewers is much higher. It is not to say Minnesota cannot do well in these games, but they will have to play complete baseball.
The veteran righty Dylan Bundy gets the ball in the opener and for the most part, I have not loved what I have seen from him. He has the ability to put forth quality starts, but he has not done so with enough regularity and there have been plenty of times in which he has gotten hit very hard. I am curious to see how he does against a solid offense.
After dropping the finale to the Rockies on Monday by a score of 2-0, the Brewers will look to get rolling again when they host the Twins for a two-game set.
Coming into this contest, this club is 5-5 in their last 10 games. They did have a rough patch against the Giants before the all-star break but did a good job of responding against the Rockies in their most recent series despite getting blanked in the last game.
Being able to sweep a four-game set was going to be tricky, but they mostly did what they had to do against a below-average Colorado squad. It was a little odd to see them score zero runs to end things off, but the offense was quite effective in the first three games, as they combined to score 25 runs.
Even though Kyle Freeland looked very good on Monday, the Rockies do not feature a ton of talent in the pitching department. The Brewers knew they had to capitalize on that and they very much did.
Aaron Ashby went 7 innings while allowing 2 hits and punching out 9 batters in their last loss. It was just one of those games where the starter got no run support at all.
Milwaukee has been battling back and forth with the Cardinals all season long and they currently lead St. Louis by 2 games. That is sure going to be a fun race to watch for the rest of the year.
The Brew Crew will look to get back to their winning ways here against the Twins and they are going to have to have strong pitching. As noted earlier, Minnesota has an offense that is more than capable and they have the ability to expose any pitching staff that makes mistakes.
Ethan Small has been called up and will be getting the start in this one. There will be no soft landing for him in this spot.
MLB Baseball Betting Trends:
- The Twins are 8-2 in their last 10 games vs. a starter with a WHIP greater than 1.30.
- The Twins are 7-3 in their last 10 games when their opponent allows 2 runs or less in their previous game.
- The Brewers are 2-5 in their last 7 interleague home games vs. a right-handed starter.
- The Brewers are 1-4 in their last 5 games vs. a team with a winning record.
Minnesota Twins vs. Milwaukee Brewers MLB Prediction:
If you are looking for a great pitching matchup, this might not be the game to tune into.
For me, it is hard to have a ton of confidence in either of these starters. Small could be sharp here, but he does not have a ton of big league experience for me to believe he will.
I am not expecting a ton from Bundy, but I trust the offense for the Twins more in a spot like this.
Give me Minnesota at -110.
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