Author: Chase Carter

Chase Carter graduated from the University of South Carolina with his Master's in Sport and Entertainment Management and from McMaster University with a Bachelor's in Economics. Chase is an avid sports watcher, and die-hard Gamecocks, Blue Jays, Maple Leafs, Raptors, and Bills fan. Chase is an aspiring writer who has a passion for strategies, sabermetrics, hypotheticals, and wagering.

Brewers' Bet to Make for Midweek Battle Versus Twins.

Last Game Recap In the first of this two-game series, the Brewers stayed undefeated with a 3-2 victory over the Minnesota Twins.  My bets went 2-0 as the Brewers’ money line continues to be a money maker, but Christian Yelich also cashed his over 1.5 bases with his solo blast in the 3rd inning. The pitching staff of Milwaukee continued their dominating ways, as Junis tossed 4 innings of 3 hit ball, followed by 5 innings of hitless ball from the Brewers’ pen. Fade or Follow Joe Ross takes the mound for the first time this year as the Brewers…

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Milwaukee Brewers, Brewers News, Brewers vs Mets, Willy Adames

Last Game Recap: Brewers Complete Sweep The analysis and bet of the last game were both off. I anticipated a tired Brewers’ bullpen which would lead to a high-scoring affair. This indeed was not the case. Instead the Brewers’ bullpen, by way of Hudson and Payamps, shut out the Mets for the last 4 innings leading to a 4-1 victory and a series sweep. The bats stayed locked in as Contreras, Adames, and Turang each got two knocks leading to a 9-hit effort by the lineup. Fade or Follow The Brewers make the trip home to Milwaukee for their home-opening…

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Milwaukee Brewers, Brewers News, Brewers vs Mets, New York Mets, Mets News, Rhys Hoskins, Jeff McNeil

Game Recap: Set Up for Sweep If you missed the last game’s article, I nailed the prediction giving out Severino under 15.5 out. He lasted all of 5 innings, leaving us 1 out to spare. The game was a high-scoring affair with the Brewers leading comfortably for most of the game, before the Mets’ cut it to one late. The Brewers’ bullpen has dominated the first two games of this series, with Uribe looking like a formidable major league closer. The bats looked alive, getting hits from all starters but Bauers. Things got chippy as Hoskins was thrown at after…

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Brewers' Opening Day.

Brewers’ Game 1 Recap It was played one day later than expected but as predicted, yesterday’s affair with the Mets was a low-scoring, pitcher’s duel that saw Freddy Peralta pitch 6 innings of 1 run ball. The Brewers lineup struggled but got timely hitting from the bats of Yelich, Chourio, and Bauers. The Brewers ran Megill, Payampas, and Uribe out of the bullpen to pitch a hitless 7th, 8th, and 9th. Both the Brewers (-110) and under 7.5 were correct and we can shift our focus to today’s game. Fade or Follow In game 2 of this weekend’s series, we…

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Brewers Opening Day

Opening Day Every year opening day signifies good times ahead whether you are a die-hard fan, gambler, or casual. It’s the sign that summer is fast approaching, baseball will be on TV every night, and nights at the ballpark with a hotdog and good company are forthcoming. For the Brewers, opening day brings a sense of promise as the optimism radiates from this team. The division appears to be as winnable as ever with no team the clear frontrunner. This year, the roster will look different with cornerstone names like Corbin Burnes on new teams. New Segment: Fade or Follow…

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