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Dodgers vs Brewers April 18, 2012

April 18, 2012

The Los Angeles Dodgers have come out of the starting gates at full speed as they have opened their season 9-2. Tonight they take on the Milwaukee Brewers, who have started their season a bit slower than the Dodgers have, and find themselves as 5-6 on the season. Last night however, the Brewers rallied to beat the Dodgers 5-4 with a walk off win in the ninth.

Before the loss last night against the Brewers, the Dodgers had won six consecutive. Tonight the Dodgers face Zack Greinke who is 1-1 on the season but is unbeatable in Milwaukee. Since he joined the Brewers he is 12-0 at home with just a 2.91 ERA in his 16 home starts.

Chris Capuano will go for the Dodgers tonight. He was hit hard in his Dodgers debut but the former standout with the Brewers returned last Thursday to beat Pittsburgh 3-2. The southpaw only gave up six hit and two runs in 5 1/3 innings combined with seven strikeouts.

On Tuesday, Alex Gonzalez the shortstop for the Brewers missed his fourth straight game, but should be back for tonight’s matchup. Andre Ethier for the Dodgers is leading the National League with 17 RBI’s and teammate Matt Kemp is just one behind with 16. Offensively the Dodgers are putting a lot of runs on the board.

Offensively the Brewers are also scoring as eight of their eleven games have ended OVER. The Dodgers have had six of their first 11 end OVER, three UNDER and two have been a PUSH.

The Brewers are OVER in 6 of their last 7 games against lefthanders, since September of 2011. The Dodgers are 6-1 SU in their last seven games against right handed pitching. Tonight’s game has an OVER of 7.5 and the Dodgers have been scoring a ton of runs this season. Take the Dodgers behind Capuano with the score to end OVER.

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Wednesday, April 18th, 2012 2012, Baseball

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