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New York Mets vs. Milwaukee Brewers Predictions & Odds – Jun 14, 2022

As we move through the second third of the season, the New York Mets (40W-22L) will face off against the Milwaukee Brewers (34W-28L) on Tuesday, June 14 at Citi Field at 7:10 pm ET.

New York Mets vs. Milwaukee Brewers Odds

New York Mets -154 | Milwaukee Brewers +130 (BET NOW)

Over/Under 8 total points (BET NOW)

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New York Mets

So far this season, the Mets currently hold a team batting average of .265. Defensively, they are carrying an ERA of 4.04 and a .986 fielding percentage. They are currently ranked number one in the National League East after they lost to the Los Angeles Angels 1-4 in their most recent game on Sunday. Will they be able to pick up a hard-fought win in this one?

Regarding inactive players for this matchup, the New York Mets are missing Tylor Megill (Lat), John Curtiss (Elbow), Jacob deGrom (Shoulder), Travis Jankowski (Hand), Joseph Lucchesi (Elbow), James McCann (Hamate), Colin Holderman (right shoulder), Maxwell Scherzer (Oblique), Trevor May (Triceps) and Sean Reid-Foley (Elbow).

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Milwaukee Brewers

The overall regular season batting average for the Brewers is .232 and in terms of pitching, the team has an ERA of 3.72. With regard to fielding, the team has a percentage of .981. They lost to the Washington Nationals 1-4 the last time they met on Sunday, and are currently number two in the National League Central. Will the Brewers pull it off this time?

The Milwaukee Brewers will play without Luis Perdomo (Elbow), Alex J Jackson (Finger), Trevor Gott (Groin), Jake O. Cousins (Elbow), Kolten Wong (Calf), Luis Urías (Hamstring), Brandon Woodruff (Ankle), Jandel Gustave (Hamstring), Justin Topa (Elbow), Freddy Peralta (Lat) and Michael Brosseau (Ankle).

New York Mets vs. Milwaukee Brewers Predictions

Moneyline Pick: New York Mets (-154)

Over/Under Pick: Under 8 total points (-108)

Runline Pick: New York Mets -1.5 runs (+126)

(*Predictions based on our proprietary predictive algorithm software)

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