Sorry fellas. Took a brief hiatus, but now I'm back and will take on the Diamond with furious vengeance. Come join me for the ride.
Milwaukee Brewers at Los Angeles Dodgers
Back to Dodger Stadium in the Chavez Ravine. One of the last great stadium to stand amongst all the modern stadiums around the Majors. This is one of the most beautiful too and this park along with other NL West stadiums is known as the "pitchers park". The tradition of small ball is deeply rooted and commands low scoring, grind out baseball. Today we have Josh Becket for the home Blue and Hiram Burgos for the Brew Crew. Contrary to the tradition these pitchers here do not dominate the field. Not only that, Brewers were on terror with their bats before the runs went cold against Volqueaz at San Diego. This pattern will likely to return to ample scoring against the veteran righty, Beckett. The trend will note Beckett as mid level starter capable of having a good game (he pitched a pattern low game likely to bounce back), but won't bet on it. The Brewers Hiram Burgos is coming off a pretty good game, but at home against the lowly Cubs? 5 innings of work gave up 1 on 5 hits with 83 pitches just sounds like many other pitchers who has faced the Cubs, I mean the Cubs are O/U 7-15 what does that tell you? Not much credit on Burgos resume. Dodgers bats are starting to warm, they're O/U 12-9, but 8-2 in last 10.. The line is dropping, but I think the direction is wrong. As the play goes, we will move against the grain. Taking the Over will dropping total.
MILWAUKEE BREWERS at LOS ANGELES DODGERS
Game Total OVER 7 at -115 for 1 unit(W)