Milwaukee Brewers vs New York Mets: Predictions, Odds and Roster Notes

How to Watch

Where: Citi Field, New York City, NY

When: Saturday, April 27th at 7:10 PM EST

How (TV/Radio): Brewers TV/Radio: Fox Sports Wisconsin, WTMJ 103.3 FM. Mets TV/Radio: SNY, WCBS 880 AM.

Team Notes

Milwaukee Brewers

Christian Yelich has been Superman in April with 13 homers and 31 RBI in his first 92 at-bats.

Away from Miller Park, the Brewers have hit rough times with a sub .500 record at 5-7 through their first 12 games.

The Brewers are 9-1 favorites to win the National League title and 20-1 to win the 2019 World Series.

New York Mets

The Mets continue their homestand with a series against the Brewers after taking two of three from the Phillies.

Through their first seven games at home, the Mets are an unremarkable 4-3 at Citi Field.

The Mets currently have 12-1 odds to win the National League and 20-1 to take the World Series.

Pitcher Notes

Brewers: Brandon Woodruff (2-1, 5.81 ERA)

Woodruff has thrown over 88 pitches in all five starts but allowed four or more runs in three of those five games.

The Brewers starter is allowing too many runners on base with a WHIP of 1.48 this season.

  • Woodruff has given up three home runs in his last two starts.
  • In his last start, Woodruff allowed five runs in 5.2 innings against the Dodgers.
  • Woodruff has an elite K rate with 32 strikeouts in 26.1 innings.

New York Mets: Noah Syndergaard (1-2, 5.90 ERA)

Syndergaard has been uncharacteristically off this season by allowing four or more runs in four out of his five 2019 starts.

Despite quality strikeout rate, Snydergaard is giving up a .268 batting average to opposing hitters.

  • Syndergaard has only allowed three homers in 29 innings this season.
  • The Mets right has still maintained his exceptional strikeout rate with 34 over his 29 innings.
  • The Mets righty has given up 30 hits this season, which has led to a high 1.28 WHIP.

Hitter Notes

Milwaukee Brewers

When the Brewers are on the road this season, the runs haven’t come as easy as they do at Miller Park.

Through eleven road games, the Brewers have scored 42 runs compared to the 79 they plated in 14 games at home.

  • OF Ryan Braun is 1 for 6 against the Mets righty in his career.
  • OF Christian Yelich is 3 for 17 against Syndergaard with two RBI and six strikeouts.
  • 3B Travis Shaw has had mild success against Syndergaard, going 2 for 5 with a homer.

New York Mets

After starting the year with 16 of 23 games on the road, the Mets are settling into Citi Field just fine.

Through seven home games, the Mets have scored 46 runs, a 6.6 runs per game average.

  • Woodruff has one faced on Mets hitter in his career, Wilson Ramos who is 1 for 3.
  • In his career, Woodruff has a 2.89 ERA on the road over 37.1 innings.
  • Against right-handed batters, Woodruff has allowed a .201 batting average.

Roster Notes

Milwaukee Brewers

  • SP Freddy Peralta has been shelved with shoulder discomfort.
  • SP Jimmy Nelson continues to build arm strength in his recovery from shoulder surgery.
  • 2B Mike Moustakas is dealing with a fractured finger that has kept him out of several games this week.

New York Mets

  • 3B Todd Frazier has returned from an oblique strain and hit a grand slam in Monday’s game.
  • Jacob deGrom has rebounded from a bout of elbow pain and will start on Friday.
  • INF Jed Lowrie is slowly recovering from his sprained knee but has taken live batting practice.

Game Odds

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