Brewers vs Rockies Odds, Lines & Spread (Sep. 7)

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  •  The Brewers vs Rockies odds favor Milwaukee as -130 moneyline favorites on Wednesday, September 7, at 3:10pm ET
  • Milwaukee will give the ball to Eric Lauer (10-6, 3.54 ERA), while Colorado will counter with Kyle Freeland (7-9, 4.75 ERA)
  • Read below for the Brewers vs Rockies odds and betting prediction

If the Milwaukee Brewers (71-63, 36-37 away) are going to make the postseason, the next seven games could go a long way in determining their fate. The Brewers entered play on Tuesday two games out of the NL’s final Wild Card spot, but will play each of their next seven contests versus sub. 500 teams.

That stretch includes the series finale in Denver against the Colorado Rockies (57-79, 36-33 home), where they opened up as small road favorites.

Brewers vs Rockies Odds

Team Moneyline Runline Total
Milwaukee Brewers -130 -1.5 (+115) Ov 11.5 (-110)
Colorado Rockies +110 +1.5 (-135) Un 11.5 (-110)

Odds as of September 6 at Caesars Sportsbook. See available Caesars Sportsbook bonus code.

Milwaukee is currently -130 on the moneyline, in a contest that features a total of 11.5. First pitch is scheduled for 3:10pm Et at Coors Field, with sunshine and 83 degree temperatures in the forecast.

 

 

Milwaukee vs Colorado Probable Pitchers

The Brewers, who have been lengthened to a +5000 price tag in the World Series odds, will give the ball to Eric Lauer. The lefty has yielded three or fewer earned runs in 10 of his past 12 starts, but didn’t fare particularly well in his lone meeting with the Rockies in 2022.

Colorado tagged him for six hits and four runs six weeks ago in Milwaukee, in an eventual 10-9 Brewers win. Lauer has plenty of history pitching as a visitor at Coors Field, and like most opposing pitchers in Colorado the results haven’t been pretty.

Lauer is 0-4 lifetime in the thin Denver air, with a 14.63 ERA and 2.88 WHIP.

Lauer vs Freeland Stats

10-6 Record 7-9
3.54 ERA 4.75
1.22 WHIP 1.41
.232 OBA .281
2.6 SO/W Ratio 2.3

The Rockies will counter with Kyle Freeland. The 29-year-old is on pace for his fourth straight losing season, and has been abysmal at home all year.

Freeland sports a 6.10 ERA at Coors Field, compared to a 3.46 mark as a visitor. Enemy hitters are batting .308 versus him in Colorado, with a .529 slugging percentage and .894 OPS.

In his defense, he did shut out the Brewers in Milwaukee in his only start against them this season. He held the Brew Crew to four hits over 7 innings back in July, but they’ve been swinging the bats a lot better recently.

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Brewers vs Rockies Betting Trends

From late July to late August, Milwaukee went through a disappointing 7-15 stretch. They scored three or fewer runs 10 times, and were outscored by 23 runs.

Over the last two weeks it’s been a different story. They’ve averaged 4.7 runs per game, scoring six or more six times. One of those efforts was a 6-4 victory over the Rockies in the series opener, giving them at least six runs in four of their five matchups with Colorado so far in 2022.

Colorado on the other hand, is a pure Jekyll and Hyde team. They tear the cover off the ball at home, and struggle mightily on the road. The Rockies are three games above .500 at Coors Field, but 25 games below .500 on the road.

They slug .57 points higher at home, with an OPS that is .170 points higher than as a visitor. They also excel versus left-handers like Lauer.

MIL vs COL Last 10 Meetings

Date Away Team Home Team Score
9/5/22 Brewers Rockies MIL, 6-4
7/25/22 Rockies Brewers COL, 2-0
7/24/22 Rockies Brewers MIL, 10-9
7/23/22 Rockies Brewers MIL, 9-4
7/22/22 Rockies Brewers MIL, 6-5
6/27/21 Rockies Brewers MIL, 5-0
6/26/21 Rockies Brewers MIL, 10-4
6/25/21 Rockies Brewers MIL, 5-4
6/20/21 Brewers Rockies MIL, 7-6
6/19/21 Brewers Rockies MIL, 6-5

Brewers vs Rockies Pick

Colorado has a .278/.333/.435 slash line against southpaws this season, compared to a .248/.313/.378 mark versus righties. Six of their previous seven home games have reached a double-digit total, while each of their past seven meetings with Milwaukee at Coors Field have produced at least 10 runs.

Given Freeland’s and Lauer’s struggles in the thin Rocky Mountain air, and the improved performance of the Brewers’ bats, over 11.5 runs on Wednesday is the play.

Pick: Over 11.5 Runs (-110)

 

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Author: Renee Castillo