It’s a beautiful night for baseball in Milwaukee, as the Brewers look to stay undefeated on the young season. They’ll have Jakob Junis on the mound, while the Twins counter with Louie Varland. First pitch is set for 4:10 p.m. at American Family Field.

Looking at the odds, this one is about as close as it gets. The Brewers are a slight favorite at -111 on the money line, while the Twins are right behind at -109. The over/under line is set at 8.5 runs, with the over paying out at -116 compared to -106 for the under.

MILWAUKEE BREWERS VS MINNESOTA TWINS BETTING PICK

The Pick: Milwaukee Brewers Moneyline -111

This game will be played at American Family Field at 4:10 ET on Tuesday, April 2nd.

HOW TO BET THE TWINS VS BREWERS:

  • We have the Brewers winning by a score of 6 to 5
  • 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 11 runs and like the over

Twins Records & Stats

Minnesota was shut out in their last game, losing 11-0 to the Royals. The Twins were on the road and were the favorites, but Kansas City scored three in the first and six in the second to put the game away early. Minnesota’s offense was held to just four hits, with Bailey Ober taking the loss. Ober gave up eight earned runs in just 1 1/3 innings.

Offensively, the Twins were led by Luis Arraez, who had two of the team’s four hits. The Royals hit five home runs in the game, with Salvador Perez hitting two. Minnesota will look to bounce back in their next game against the White Sox.

Louie Varland is coming off a season in which he made 10 starts and 17 total appearances. His record for the year was 4-3, and his ERA finished at 4.63. Varland’s WHIP for the season was 1.22, and he allowed a batting average of .248. The right-hander’s FIP for the season was 5.02, and he finished the year with five quality starts. Varland’s strikeouts per nine innings came in at 9.4, and he averaged 2.25 walks per nine innings.

For the Twins, we have Byron Buxton with the 6th highest total hits projection on the team, but he does have the top odds to hit a home run on the team and his home run projection is 13th best in the league today. Alex Kirilloff has the best odds to get a hit for the Twins and his home run projection is 16th best in the league. Matt Wallner has the best odds to hit a home run on the team and his home run projection is 13th best in the league. Edouard Julien is 2nd on the team in total hits projection and 2nd in home run projection.

Brewers Records & Stats

The Milwaukee Brewers took the series opener against the New York Mets, winning 4-1. The Brewers were underdogs coming into the game, with the Mets favored at -142.

Colin Rea got the start for the Brewers, going five innings and giving up just one earned run. Tylor Megill got the start for the Mets, going four innings and giving up one earned run as well. The Brewers scored one run in the first inning and then added one run in the second, fifth, and sixth innings. The Mets scored their only run in the second inning.

Jakob Junis is coming off a season in which he made 40 appearances and started four games. His record last season was 4-3, and his ERA was 3.87. His WHIP for the season was 1.29, and he allowed a batting average of .259. Junis gave up 12 home runs last season, and his FIP for the year was 3.74. His strikeouts per walk were 4.6, and he averaged 0.5 walks per game.

According to our projections, Rhys Hoskins has the best chance to hit a home run for the Brewers today, as his home run projection is 12th best in the league. Christian Yelich has the 2nd best chance to get a hit on the team and his home run projection is 15th best in the league. Willy Adames is our 2nd best bet to hit a home run for the Brewers, as his home run projection is 14th best in the league. William Contreras has our highest hits projection on the team and his home run projection is 18th best in the league.