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Colorado Rockies vs Milwaukee Brewers 6/26/2021 Picks Predictions Previews

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The Colorado Rockies (31-45) will duel the Milwaukee Brewers (43-33) in Game 2 of a three-game weekend series at American Family Field in Milwaukee on Saturday, June 26, 2021, at 4:10 PM ET. Colorado split a short two-game set after a 5-2 victory in Game 2 Wednesday. In the series opener last time out, the Rockies suffered a one-run deficit in a 4-5 defeat on Friday. Starter Jon Gray went 5.0 innings with five hits and zero earned run allowed while awarding zero free bases but struck out 10 Milwaukee batters. Pinch Hitter Josh Fuentes scored one run on one hit with two RBIs while Catcher Elias Diaz added a one-run score on one hit with an RBI in the loss. Left Fielder Raimel Tapia led Colorado with a batting average of .302 and a team-high 84 hits. Second Baseman Ryan McMahon posted a total of 16 home runs and 44 RBIs while Right Fielder Charlie Blackmon contributed a team-high .368 on-base percentage for the Rockies.

 

Colorado righty Antonio Senzatela will be heading up the hill to start the second installment of a series against the Brewers on Saturday. In his appearances on the bump, the right-handed thrower is 2-7 with a 4.83 ERA and struck out a total of 50 batters while granting 17 walks in the season. In his career starts facing Milwaukee batters, Senzatela is 1-0 with a 3.00 ERA while striking out 18 batters of the Brewers.

 

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Colorado Rockies vs Milwaukee Brewers Predictions 6/26/2021

 

On the part of Milwaukee, the team will try to extend its success after winning five of its last six outings. The Brewers beat the Arizona Diamondbacks in a three-game face-off after winning the last two installments at 5-0 on Tuesday and 3-2 on Wednesday. The Milwaukee Brewers defeated the Colorado Rockies in the opening game of a series at 5-4 on Friday. Starting Pitcher Corbin Burnes allowed one earned run on three base hits with two bases on balls and struck out seven Colorado batters in pitching for 6.0 innings in the win. Catcher Omar Narvaez posted a .301 batting average in leading Milwaukee while Center Fielder Avisail Garcia recorded a team-high 13 home runs, 42 RBIs, and 55 hits. Third Baseman Luis Urias recorded an on-base percentage of .336 in leading the Brewers.

 

Milwaukee right-hander Adrian Houser will be climbing up the hill to start the second match of a series versus the Rockies on Saturday. The righty thrower is 4-5 with a 3.95 ERA while striking out a total of 56 batters and granted 28 walks in his career starts this season. In his appearances on the bump against the Colorado baseball club, Houser is 0-0 with a 4.50 ERA and struck out seven batters of the Rockies.

 

Colorado Rockies vs. Milwaukee Brewers. The MLB Pick for this game is Milwaukee -200. The Brewers managed to get even with the Cubs in leading the NL Central Division after winning four of their last five contests. Milwaukee won seven of its last 10 matches at home and dominated an opponent with a losing effort, winning 19 of its last 26 encounters. Meanwhile, Colorado struggled all season as the team lost 43 of its last 57 games on the road and nine of its last 12 against a rival from the NL Central Division. The predicted score, Milwaukee Brewers will win at 5-4.

 

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Colorado Rockies vs Milwaukee Brewers 6/26/2021 Picks Predictions Previews

MLB Starting Time: 4:10 PM ET

 

Location: American Family Field in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

 

Date: Saturday, June 26, 2021

 

TV: BSWI

 

MLB Odds: Milwaukee Brewers -200

 

MLB Totals: 8.5

 

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