Cardinals vs. Braves: MLB Pitcher Report Card, Preview, Picks and Predictions

NL Divisional Series Game 1

The Central Division champion St. Louis Cardinals will see the East Division champion Atlanta Braves to begin a best-of-five string to Ascertain who will advance to the NL Championship Series to face the winner of this Washington Nationals vs. Los Angeles Dodgers string.
The teams played in May with the Braves winning equally series to get a 4-2 record.
The Braves were able to become place players and starters and had a lead in the East Division for much of the second half of this season the desired rest. Because of this, they’re moving with veteran left-hander Dallas Keuchel (8-8, 3.75) to pitch Game 1.
Keuchel is pitching well and has submitted a 3.07 ERA letting 14 earned runs on 43 hits like four home runs, 15 struggles enabled and 31 strikeouts spanning 41 innings of work. He did not face the Cardinals so the results are useless for this playoff game.
He’s turned into a stud in road starts this season. He’s compiled a 2.74 ERA with a 1.155 WHIP in 10 starts spanning 62??2/3 innings of work.
There are only five members and Paul Goldschmidt includes a large enough sample size that’s meaningful.
He is batting just 0.167 (3-for-18) in 20 plate appearances with no home runs. Keuchel has a enormous edge going up.
The Cardinals will hand the ball to right-hander Miles Mikolas (9-14, 4.16) for Sport 1. He has been a steady starter for the Cardinals this season.
Over his last seven starts he’s compiled a 2-1 record with four no-decisions, a 3.67 ERA letting 17 earned runs on 40 hits like six home runs, seven walks allowed, and 38 strikeouts spanning 41??2/3 innings of work.
He’s not done well in road games, but making this selection by the Cardinals a head-scratcher. In 17 road starts this season he is 4-8 having a lofty 5.40 ERA and a 1.415 WHIP spanning 88??1/3 innings of work.
Mikolas to complete at least six innings of work, may not complete innings than the machine learning outline requires Keuchel, also will score in three or more innings. Before home games where these performance measures have been met or exceeded by the Braves, they’ve made a 263-23 record for 92 percent winning MLB picks.
So, the wager is about the Atlanta Braves -136 favored at Sportsbook.
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