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Milwaukee Brewers vs. Miami Marlins prediction and pick for Saturday's game between the two teams. Handicapper Josh Gayle gives us his pick and breakdown of what to expect when these two meet.

Milwaukee Brewers vs. Miami Marlins Prediction: It's Eric Lauer Hour on Saturday

Handicapper Josh Gayle gives us his pick and prediction for Saturday's Milwaukee Brewers vs. Miami Marlins game. Who should you pick? Find out below.

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Brewers vs. Marlins Start Time and Where to Watch

  • Date: May 14, 2022
  • Game Time: 6:10 pm ET
  • Where to Watch: MLB.TV

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Milwaukee Brewers vs. Miami Marlins Prediction

I really like this bet, it’s going to be a sweat but that just makes it more fun. Eric Lauer is on the bump for Milwaukee and he’s been stellar this year. The man has allowed 1 run or less in his last four starts and his lone bad start was his first game of the year. He’s now into full swing and I’m a big believer of his. He gets a great matchup today against Miami who struggles against left-handed pitching hitting a mere .212 against them. Miami has been swinging a cold bat as well as they’ve scored 3 or less in 6 of their last 8 games.

Marlins score just over 4 runs a game but this just isn’t a good matchup for them and the number is inflated with a handful of big offensive outputs. Marlins have hit this prop for us in 18/32 (56%) despite averaging over 4 runs a game. Eric Lauer has faced off against these Marlins bats in 26 at-bats. He has only allowed 4 hits and no RBIs. These Marlins have a combined .153 batting average against him and he’s only walked one batter. I’m not just riding with Lauer though, this is a complete game bet so I’m rocking with the bullpen too.

Josh Hader has been flawless this year, the lefty has pitched 12.1 innings in high-pressure situations and hasn’t allowed a run yet. Being a lefty also helps him against this Marlins team who can’t seem to hit them. Devin Williams' ERA is inflated due to giving up 3 runs to the Reds four days ago but otherwise, he has been fantastic. In Williams' last 10 games he has only allowed a run in that Reds game, he has been perfect other than that. Eric Lauer should go 6 innings and then the specialists come in, I think Marlins should score maybe 2 or 3 but asking for 4+ seems like a lot today. We ride!

Milwaukee Brewers vs. Miami Marlins Pick

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Josh has a knack for picking winning bets, and he specializes in the NFL, NBA, and MLB. As a lifelong Detroit sports fan, he has plenty of time on his hands during playoff season. You can follow him on Twitter at @ThatGuyBets.


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