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Washington -1.5
Milwaukee +1.5

Over 7.5 (-115)
Under 7.5 (-105)

Community Picks: Washington 47% vs Milwaukee 53%

Washington and Milwaukee Thread

Team Tweets & News Articles
Reigning MVP Christian Yelich returns to the starting lineup for the Milwaukee Brewers on Sunday after a weeklong absence due to lower back soreness. Yelich injured his back on April 28 while attempting to steal a base in the fifth inning. He left the game and did not appear in a game again until Saturday, when he was forced into action as a pinch hitter in a marathon 18-inning win over the New York Mets. Continue to Article
May 05, 2019 1:06:pm EST
The Mets struck quickly Friday night in Milwaukee but fell flat the rest of the game, losing to the Brewers 3-1. 1) The Mets took an early 1-0 lead in the first inning and couldn't muster another run. Wilson Ramos drove in Robinson Canó with a two-out single. The Mets had three hits in the first inning but had just four hits over the final eight innings and zero hits from the sixth through the eighth. Continue to Article
May 03, 2019 11:19:pm EST
Derek Jeter says the Miami Marlins' performance, attendance and business operations have been a problem. Shadows at Marlins Park don't bother him, however. Speaking to the media Friday for the first time since the season began, Jeter said he's unhappy with the team's awful start and confirmed a recent shake-up on the organization's business side. Continue to Article
May 03, 2019 6:00:pm EST
The Washington Nationals fired pitching coach Derek Lilliquist after a 2-1 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Thursday night. "He took it like a true champion," general manager Mike Rizzo said of the former major league left-hander. The new pitching coach will be Paul Menhart, the pitching coordinator in the Nationals' minor league system. Continue to Article
May 02, 2019 11:15:pm EST
Marcell Ozuna and the St. Louis Cardinals caught an early break against Max Scherzer, and wound up with a five-game winning. Ozuna got three hits, including an RBI double that was misplayed, as Miles Mikolas and the Cardinals beat the Washington Nationals 5-1 Wednesday night. The Cardinals touched up Scherzer (1-4) for three runs in the first inning as Victor Robles - playing right field in place of Juan Soto, who was scratched from the lineup with back spasms - misread Ozuna's flyball for a gift run. Continue to Article
May 01, 2019 11:50:pm EST
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