2021 MLB playoffs, best bets, props: Why Brewers vs. Braves NLDS Game 4 should be another low-scoring affair

The playoffs charge on and we get a benefit three-game day. When the schedule was very first launched, the last possible day with more than 2 video games was expected to be Monday, however thanks to neither NL series being a sweep and the Astros-White Sox video game from Monday being drizzled out, it’s a three-video game day. 

I’m doing the game chooses over on SportsLine. I’ve gone 11-3-1 so far in the playoffs — which wanted an 0-1-1 start in the AL wild card video game — so get on over there and subscribe. 

In this area, we’ll concentrate on props and other enjoyable choices. 

All chances thanks to Caesars Sportsbook.

NLDS Game 4: Milwaukee Brewers vs. Atlanta Braves

The choice: Under 8 runs, +100

Featured Game | Atlanta Braves vs. Milwaukee Brewers

We’ve seen 3 video games amount to in this series and there were simply 3 runs in each video game. There was a two-run shot and a solo homer in Game 1. In Game 3, it was just a three-run homer. Basically, in the whole series, there has actually been one half inning where a group scored numerous runs by just stringing a couple of hits together. 

Brewers starter Eric Lauer has actually been outstanding for the majority of the season, too. If we throw out his last start — it protested the Dodgers in a video game they frantically required while the Brewers were betting absolutely nothing — he had a 1.78 period in his previous 14 trips. The Brewers are dealing with removal, too, so anticipate Josh Hader to be readily available for a minimum of 2 innings, perhaps more. 

On the opposite, Braves starter Charlie Morton made it through 6 scoreless innings, enabling simply 2 hits, prior to quiting the hit-by-pitch and two-run homer in the seventh in Game 1. He hasn’t gone on 3 days’ rest given that 2008, however I’m not too concerned about it. His arm is plenty strong. 

I likewise have no faith whatsoever in the Brewers’ offense today. 

In their last 13 video games, the Brewers as a group struck .206/.281/.355 with approximately 3.5 runs per video game. They were 14th in typical and 11th in OPS all season. So far in this department series, they have actually scored simply 2 runs, which began a two-run homer in Game 1. They’ve struck .176/.242/.242. 

ALDS Game 4: Houston Astros vs. Chicago White Sox

The choice: Lance McCullers, Jr. over 5.5 strikeouts +100

Featured Game | Chicago White Sox vs. Houston Astros

McCullers just struck the White Sox out 4 times in his 6 2/3 innings in Game 1 of the series, however he’s much better on the roadway. In his last 17 starts, he started out a minimum of 6 players 13 times. The White Sox started out 13 times in their Game 3 win, too. I’m opting for McCullers coming out aggressive, wanting to close the White Sox out and getting more swings and misses this time around.



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