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MLB: Milwaukee Brewers vs Toronto Blue Jays | 27 June, 2:10 AM (PST) 


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POTENTIAL STARTING LINEUPS: 

MILWAUKEE BREWERS: 

C | Omar Narvaez 

FB | Rowdy Tellez 

SB | Kolten Wong 

S | Willy Adames 

TB | Luis Urias 

LF | Christian Yelich 

CF | Tyrone Taylor 

RF | Hunter Renfroe 

DH | Andrew McCutchen 

 

TORONTO BLUE JAYS: 

C | Danny Jansen 

FB | Vladimir Guerrero 

SB | Cavan Biggio 

S | Bo Bichette 

TB | Matt Chapman 

LF | Lourdes Gurriel 

CF | George Springer 

RF | Teoscar Hernandez 

DH | Alejandro Kirk 

The Toronto Blue Jays are currently savoring their 9-4 win against the Milwaukee Brewers for game one. This upcoming Monday, June 27th at 2:10 AM in Philippine Standard Time, it will be the last game between the two. As always, predicting a victor is a tough feat, especially with outcomes seemingly as unclear as ever. Here are our thoughts so far: 

 

The Blue Jays (40-30) stand strong at sixth in Major League Baseball; however, their nearby neighbors might change their standing soon enough. As of late Blue Jays have won four and lost six of their last 10 games. They seem to have a turbulent record as of their last three series with the Baltimore Orioles, the New York Yankees, and the Chicago White Sox respectively, losing at least twice in each series. However, not all hope is lost against their series with Milwaukee as they’ve recently won with a five-point deficit. 

 

As for our home players, they might rank lower than their visiting contenders, but that doesn’t set anything in stone. While the Blue Jays might have been victorious in game one, the Brewers have Corbin Burnes. In his previous start against the Cardinals, Burnes showed exceptional play that proved his 2.31 ERA and 0.92 WHIP wasn’t just for show.  

 

Team Statistics 

 

 

AVG 

R 

H 

HR 

OBP 

SLG 

ERA 

WHIP 

BB 

K 

TOR 

.256 

332 

610 

92 

.324 

.432 

3.97 

1.24 

183 

579 

MIL 

.232 

317 

562 

95 

.310 

.400 

3.77 

1.24 

228 

676 

 

Alas, we’ve made our pick. Corresponding to recent events and the reappearance of Corbin Burnes, our verdict is in the Milwaukee Brewers’ favor. With his seven shutout innings in their game against the Cardinals and recent brilliant performance matched up against the unsure Blue Jays, we’re seeing the Brewers as the better team for game three. 

2:10 AM (PST), Monday, June 27, 2022. American Family Field, Milwaukee, WI.  

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