First pitch for this NL matchup between the Milwaukee Brewers and New York Mets is set for 1:40 PM ET at Citi Field in New York, NY. The Mets are currently favored in this one, with a money line payout of -126 compared to +105 for the Brewers.

MLBN will be providing television coverage for this one. On the mound, we have DL Hall for the Brewers facing off against Luis Severino for the Mets. The over/under line is currently set at 8 runs, with the over paying out at -107 compared to -114 for the under.

MILWAUKEE BREWERS VS NEW YORK METS BETTING PICK

The Pick: Milwaukee Brewers Moneyline +105

This game will be played at Citi Field at 1:40 ET on Saturday, March 30th.

HOW TO BET THE BREWERS VS METS:

  • We have the Brewers winning by a score of 5 to 4
  • If you’re looking for a run line pick, we also like the Brewers to cover
  • As for an over/under pick, we have this game finishing with 9 runs and like the over

The Mets and Brewers played a low-scoring game in the previous matchup of this series, with the Brewers coming out on top by a score of 3-1. Despite only getting one hit, the Mets hit one home run, while the Brewers went deep one time as well.

Christian Yelich was the only Brewers hitter to go deep, while Starling Marte hit a home run for the Mets. However, the lack of offense from the Mets can be attributed to their 10 strikeouts, compared to just seven for the Brewers.

Freddy Peralta got the win for the Brewers, going six innings and giving up just one hit. He finished with eight strikeouts. Jose Quintana took the loss, giving up two earned runs on six hits. Abner Uribe picked up the save for Milwaukee.

Brewers Records & Stats

Coming off a season in which he made 18 appearances but no starts, DL Hall is set to take the mound for the Brewers against the Mets. Last year, Hall went 3-0 with an ERA of 3.26 and a WHIP of 1.19. His batting average allowed was .231, and he gave up two home runs. Hall’s FIP for the season was 3.00, and he averaged 0.3 walks per game. His strikeouts per walk ratio was 4.6.

When looking at the Brewers’ home run projections today, Rhys Hoskins has the highest odds to hit one out of the park for Milwaukee. His home run projection is 11th best in the league today. Christian Yelich’s home run projection is 15th best in the league. If you’re looking for a long shot, William Contreras has the 18th best odds in the league to hit a home run. As far as total hits go, William Contreras has the 2nd highest total on the Brewers today.

Mets Records & Stats

Coming off a season in which he made 18 starts, Luis Severino is set to take the mound against the Brewers. Last season, Severino went 4-8 with an ERA of 6.65. The right-hander’s WHIP was 1.65, and he allowed a batting average of .288. In terms of quality starts, Severino had five, and he averaged 7.96 strikeouts per nine innings. Severino’s FIP was 6.14, and he allowed a total of 23 home runs.

When it comes to the Mets’ offensive projections, Pete Alonso is the player to watch, as he has the highest home run projection on the team and the 8th best in the league today. Brandon Nimmo has the highest total hits projection for the Mets, while DJ Stewart has the 2nd best odds on the team to hit a home run, with the 10th best odds in the league today. Jeff McNeil is 2nd on the team in terms of total hits, and his home run projection is 20th best in today’s slate of games.