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Milwaukee
vs
St. Louis
Today's Featured Sports Pick

Game Date:
09/13/2019
8:15pm EST

Lines:
Milwaukee +1.5
St. Louis -1.5

Total:
Over 8 (-120)
Under 8 (+100)

Community Picks: Milwaukee 53% vs St. Louis 47%

Milwaukee and St. Louis Thread

Team Tweets & News Articles
Milwaukee
NFL to invest $3 million into building a better helmet In a quest for a safer helmet, the NFL is starting a $3 million program aimed at the development of new headgear that outperforms anything currently available. Manufacturers, engineers and entrepreneurs all are welcome to submit prototypes in the NFL Helmet Challenge, with the goal of reducing head trauma. NFL notebook: Pats, Raiders reportedly were unaware of AB civil matter Neither the New England Patriots nor the Oakland Raiders were aware of rape allegations involving Antonio Brown until a civil sexual-assault lawsuit was filed by Britney Taylor, ESPN reported Thursday. Continue to Article
September 13, 2019 12:57:am EST
Milwaukee
Noah Syndergaard is set to pitch — "likely" to Wilson Ramos, manager Mickey Callaway says — when the playoff-contending Mets open a weekend series at home against Clayton Kershaw (13-5, 3.06 ERA) and the NL West champion Dodgers. The issue of who catches Syndergaard has been a topic in New York all week, ever since it got out the big right-hander isn't completely comfortable throwing to Ramos. Syndergaard (10-7, 4.06) has a 5.09 ERA in 15 starts with Ramos as his catcher and a 2.22 ERA with backups Tomás Nido or René Rivera. Continue to Article
September 12, 2019 10:07:pm EST
Milwaukee
Milwaukee Brewers star Christian Yelich said he will be "just fine" following his season-ending knee injury. Yelich will miss the remainder of the MLB campaign after fracturing his knee cap in Tuesday's game against the Miami Marlins. The 2018 National League MVP and two-time Silver Slugger addressed the injury on Thursday. Continue to Article
September 12, 2019 8:56:pm EST
Milwaukee
Cubs 4, Padres 1 Yu Darvish struck out 14 batters over six shutout innings as Chicago earned a victory in San Diego. Darvish and relievers Kyle Ryan (two in two innings) and Rowan Wick (three in the ninth) combined for 19 strikeouts. The Padres scored in the ninth and had the winning run at the plate when Wick fanned Luis Urias to end the game with the bases loaded. Continue to Article
September 12, 2019 8:51:pm EST
Milwaukee
The Padres scored in the ninth and had the winning run at the plate when Wick struck out Luis Urias to end the game with the bases loaded. Darvish, who allowed two hits and two walks, retired the first eight Padres he faced before opposing pitcher Dinelson Lamet singled off the Darvish's foot. The only other hit off Darvish (6-6) was Greg Garcia's leadoff triple in the sixth. Continue to Article
September 12, 2019 8:08:pm EST
Milwaukee
St. Louis' Dexter Fowler and Kolten Wong started the game with consecutive home runs, and the Cardinals also got leadoff homers in the second, third and fourth innings en route to a 10-3 victory over the Colorado Rockies on Thursday in Denver. Rangel Ravelo, Marcell Ozuna and Harrison Bader went deep, and Fowler, Wong and Andrew Knizner had two hits apiece for the Cardinals, who salvaged the finale of a three-game series. Continue to Article
September 12, 2019 7:25:pm EST
Milwaukee
Juan Lagares had the biggest game of his major league career Thursday afternoon, when the longest-tenured member of the New York Mets homered twice and finished with six RBIs as the surging Mets completed a four-game sweep of the visiting Arizona Diamondbacks with a 11-1 win. The Mets (76-70) outscored the Diamondbacks (75-72) by a 20-1 margin in the final two games and 26-4 overall to leapfrog Arizona, which began the series 2 1/2 games ahead of New York, in the gaggle of National League teams pursuing a wild card. The Mets entered Thursday two games behind the Milwaukee Brewers and Chicago Cubs, who shared the second wild card. Continue to Article
September 12, 2019 5:59:pm EST
Milwaukee
Juan Lagares had the biggest game of his major league career Thursday afternoon, when the longest-tenured member of the New York Mets homered twice and finished with six RBIs as the surging Mets completed a four-game sweep of the visiting Arizona Diamondbacks with a 11-1 win. The Mets (76-70) outscored the Diamondbacks (75-72) by a 20-1 margin in the final two games and 26-4 overall to leapfrog Arizona, which began the series 2 1/2 games ahead of New York, in the gaggle of National League teams pursuing a wild card. The Mets entered Thursday two games behind the Milwaukee Brewers and Chicago Cubs, who shared the second wild card. Continue to Article
September 12, 2019 4:53:pm EST
Milwaukee
Milwaukee Brewers star Christian Yelich does not need surgery on his fractured right kneecap, but he still won't return this season no matter how far the team advances. Yelich fouled a ball off his right knee Tuesday against the Miami Marlins and immediately left the game. It was initially feared that he would need surgery, but his updated status means a shorter recovery time of eight to 10 weeks. Continue to Article
September 12, 2019 2:33:pm EST
Milwaukee
Todd Frazier and Jeff McNeil homered twice while Brandon Nimmo also connected as the New York Mets beat the visiting Arizona Diamondbacks 9-0 Wednesday night. The Mets (75-70) won their third straight and improved to 8-4 in their past 12 following a six-game losing streak from Aug. 23-29. The are now two games behind the Chicago Cubs and the Milwaukee Brewers in the race for the second National League wild-card spot. Continue to Article
September 12, 2019 1:57:am EST
 
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