New York Mets' Brandon Nimmo
New York Mets' Brandon Nimmo watches his single against the Milwaukee Brewers during the fifth inning of a baseball game Tuesday, June 14, 2022, in New York. The Mets won 4-0. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)

BREWERS VS METS JUNE 15

Kyle Barrette

It’s a nice way to start the week with an easy win. We will stay on the diamond today as the NBA is off until tomorrow night. We’re going to the Big Apple, where the Mets host the Brewers. The Mets are battling with their cross-town rivals, the Yankees, for the best record in baseball. The Brewers right now would just like to get a win. Whose is going to prevail here? Let’s break it down and find out.

Mets:

It’s scary to think Degrom hasn’t seen the field and Scherzer has been out for close to a month and this team is still moving right along. The Mets come into this home stand with a 20-8 home record. Having won six of his starts in a row, the Mets sent Peterson to the hill today. The lefty has been hit with a couple four-run spots over his six starts, but the Mets bats have bailed him out as they have scored five plus runs in every one of his starts. Now, their opponent tonight, Burnes, may have something to say about that, but the question is whether his offense can put anything on the board.

Brewers:
The Brewers right now are the equivalent of just needing to see one go through the net. The Brewers are 1-9 over their last 10 games. Even the great Corbin Burnes has fallen into that losing streak as he has had two starts during it where he has not looked very Corbin Burnes like. Allowing eight runs and pitching six walks is not something we see very often from this man. I’m switching gears to this Brewers offense, and man is it bad. They have scored a combined 24 runs in their last ten games. They have a total of four shutouts in their last 10 games. If Peterson is on just a little bit, this could be another long day for the Brewers.

Mets vs Brewers Pick: Mets ML
The Mets are dogs here, and you can’t pass on that value. Burnes is giving the Brewers that line on the road, as a team that is 1-9 in their last 10 has no business being a favorite against a guy who has not lost this season and the second best team in baseball.

Same Game Parlay:
Mets ML, Corbin Burnes Over 6.5 K’s, Jeff McNeil to record 2+ Hits, Starling Marte to record 2+ Hits, Pete Alonso to hit a HR and Francisco Lindor to record an RBI. 

SGP Odds +17483

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