Atlanta Braves vs Milwaukee Brewers Picks, Predictions, Odds & Lines

While the Milwaukee Brewers are the betting favorite in the National League Division Series against Atlanta, the two teams charted different paths to conclude the year, which might tell us a lot about how this series will go.The Brewers stumbled down the stretch, going 1-5 in their final six games, while the Braves were on fire.

Atlanta Braves vs Milwaukee Brewers Betting Odds & Line Movement

The Brewers are the betting favorites, according to the books, with a -152 line. The Braves are the underdogs at +105. The total is 7 runs, and the UNDER is 5-4-1 in the last 10 games between these two clubs.

Notes On The Atlanta Braves

Charlie Morton has a 14-6 record, a 3.34 ERA and a 1.04 WHIP over 33 starts for the Braves this season. Over his last seven games, he has had a 2.43 ERA and a 0.86 WHIP with strong performances coming in at the right time of the year to help him win games.

Despite losing two star outfielders, the Braves put together a strong campaign. They lost two players and still had an 88-73 record.

Their success came from their power-hitting team. They had the most home runs, and were just two shy of the NL leading Giants. The three players were Freddie Freeman, Austin Riley and Ozzie Albies.

The Braves played well in the last few weeks. They had 12 wins and only 2 losses in their final 14 games. That is a lot of momentum, so I think they will win now.

Notes On The Milwaukee Brewers

Milwaukee will be starting Corbin Burnes, who has had a good season. He only lost once this season. He gave up two hits and two earned runs in his last start of the season, but he was trying to end his personal nine-game win streak.

Despite losing the star outfielders Marcell Ozuna and Ronald Acuna Jr. for the season, the Braves managed to put together a good campaign. They finished first in the NL East with an 88-73 record.

Their success came from their power-hitting infield. Freddie Freeman, Austin Riley and Ozzie Albies each hit a lot of home runs. They were third in the majors and just two shy of being first in the NL.

The Braves were one of the hottest teams in baseball, winning 12-2 over their final 14 games. They are not favorites, but having that kind of momentum should be good for something.

Will The Atlanta Braves Cover The Pointspread?

If the Braves win this series, it will be because they have a lot of home runs and their offense was ranked eighth in the majors this year. We also can’t forget about momentum and confidence. They had a 12-2 run to end the season so they must have all of their confidence now.

Can The Milwaukee Brewers Cover The Pointspread?

The Brewers have been doing good this season because their pitchers are good. Remember, if they are pitching well, it will be hard for other teams to score any points.

Pick & Prediction: Milwaukee Brewers -150

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