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John Hyslop is here with a play between the Colorado Rockies and Milwaukee Brewers. Come find out his MLB pick of the day that features Ryan Feltner.

Colorado Rockies vs Milwaukee Brewers Prediction, Pick, Odds: Can Ryan Feltner Shut Down the Brewers?

When you're on a heater, you have to keep getting down. That's just how heaters work. Everyone knows that. After the assault on the books we had yesterday, we're now officially on a heater so it's time to get down. I looked over the MLB slate for strikeout props since those are almost as easy to win as soccer bets and I really didn't see much my first time through. But it was early, I hadn't eaten yet nor had any coffee so that may have had something to do with it. Especially since the second time through I found what many would call a "gift from God". This might be the easiest bet I've seen since the Adrian Martinez banger we won yesterday. Life just keeps getting better people.

Rockies vs Brewers Start Time, Where to Watch, and Odds

  • Date: September 5, 2022
  • Start Time: 4:10pm ET
  • Where to Watch: MLB.TV

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Colorado Rockies vs Milwaukee Brewers Pick

Ryan Feltner Over 3.5 Strikeouts (-130) (Bet $130 to win $100)

*Odds available at BetMGM at time of publishing*

We're at BetMGM for this one since DraftKings is out here shaking people down with a -150 price tag for the exact same number. FanDuel isn't much better with -140 but at least they let people ladder. If you want to go that route, 5+ is +180, 6+ is +390 and 7+ is +870. I'm not saying those are the greatest ideas of all time, but I will say that a +870 bet will get you closer to God one way or another.

Colorado Rockies vs Milwaukee Brewers Prediction

We've ridden the Ryan Feltner train before and I don't even remember what the outcome was. It may have been back in June when he went on a heater, but I can't remember. He had a run early in the year where he went 6+ in four of five starts so this guy knows what time it is. One of those games was at Coors Field too so there is that to consider. We can't just be out because they are at Coors Field. The last time he pitched there he sat down five San Francisco Giants. Feltner will sit you down anywhere.

The good people of the world are going to notice that Feltner has fanned at least five guys in two of his last three starts. That's pretty much a heater. But as always the haters are going to want to talk about the start where he didn't get five and instead only whiffed two. We don't run from stuff over here, so we can talk about it. That start was against the New York Mets so it doesn't even count. That team just doesn't strike out much. We can't count that even if we wanted to. Wouldn't be fair.

Today our boy Feltner gets the Milwaukee Brewers which is exactly what any pitcher wants to see. They are hitting the ball but they're also striking out which is all we care about. We're talking 117 at bats in just 443 at bats over the last two weeks. Even better, over the last week, only three teams have struck out more than they have so it's getting better for us. Looking at their lineup, it looks like at least five guys could be around that have fanned at least 30% of the time over the last 15 days. One way or another, this guy is getting four people to sit down today.

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John has spent the past 20+ years betting sports on a daily basis and is considered by many to be a walking sports betting encyclopedia. From obscure player props to sides and totals, if there is an angle, John will find it. His work has appeared on Rotogrinders and he has been a regular on sports talk radio stations across the country. Based in the US, John operates a blog & podcast, Sports Bets Beers, which covers betting angles in the NFL, NBA, MLB, & NHL.


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