Where: Miller Park, Milwaukee, WI
When: Saturday, May 4th at 7:10 PM EST
How (TV/Radio): Mets TV/Radio: SNY, WCBS 880 AM. Brewers TV/Radio: Fox Sports Wisconsin, WTMJ 103.3 FM.
The Mets hit the road after a nine-game homestand with a bullpen in tatters and an rotation that is struggling.
On the road this season, the Mets pitching staff has allowed a .274 average and posted a 4.97 ERA.
The Mets are at 12-1 to win the National League and 20-1 to take the World Series.
The Brewers offense is scuttling after the recent loss of Christian Yelich to a bad back. Yelich should be back next week but plans to miss the Mets series.
Milwaukee loves playing at Miller Park, winning ten of their first 17 games at home this season with 38 homers and a .266 batting average.
The Brewers have 9-1 odds to win the NL crown and 20-1 odds to win the 2019 World Series title.
Coming off his best start of the season on April 23rd, Wheeler regressed in his last start against Cincinnati, allowing four runs in six innings.
The Mets starter has definitely been a Jekyll and Hyde-type pitcher in 2019 with a staggering 1.40 WHIP leading to his bloated ERA figure.
Davies has had a superb April for Milwaukee, leading all of baseball in ERA.
The Brewers starter is allowing too many runners on base with a WHIP of 1.48 this season, so expect some runners to score soon against the right-hander.
The Mets are hitting .262 away from Citi Field this season through 16 games.
They have generated 50 extra base hits on the road, with 30 doubles, three triples, and 17 home runs in 2019.
Over the last two season, Milwaukee has generated a lot of runs at Miller Park.
This season is no exception as the Brewers are slugging a whopping .518 with 20 doubles and one triple to add to their 38 home runs in the first 17 home games of 2019.
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