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MLB betting action sees the Cleveland Indians taking on the Milwaukee Brewers on Tuesday July 21 at Miller Park in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Cappers Picks provides free MLB handicapping tips all season long.

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Preview: Cleveland Indians (44-47) at Milwaukee Brewers (41-52)
Stadium: Miller Park (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)
Time/Date: Tuesday July 21st ; 8:10 PM ET
MLB Odds: Cleveland Indians -116/ Milwaukee Brewers +106
PITCHING MATCHUP:  Indians RH Danny Salazar (8-4, 3.74 ERA) vs. Brewers RH Matt Garza (4-10, 5.55)
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Two teams who find themselves with a giant gap to close in their respective divisions face-off for a 2 game inter league series starting Tuesday night.

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Both teams come in with a little bit of momentum as the Indians took 2 of 3 in Cincinnati and Milwaukee swept away the Pirates. While the Brewers will most likely be sellers come deadline time, the Indians are still trying to find an identity for themselves. Just 3 games under and 5 back of a Wild Card spot, the coming weeks will determine the tribes mentality going forward.

Cleveland Indians vs. Milwaukee Brewers

With the trade deadline quickly approaching, the Indians will need to win games like these after suffering some cold streaks last month. The Royals have ran away with the AL Central for the time being, but the AL Wild Card is up for grabs with essentially every team in contention still. Cleveland has a chance over the next 6 games to do some damage with 2 sub .500 teams looming.

Cleveland will send Danny Salazar to the mound in hopes of keeping their win streak alive.

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The Indians RH allowed just 1 run in 8.2 innings against Oakland in his final start prior to the all star break. Salazar’s win over Oakland put him at 2-1 over his last 3 starts.

This will be the first career start for Salazar against the Brewers.

Cleveland’s key starting tomorrow will be getting their offensive groove back. They found it Saturday, but Sunday they had plenty of chances go right by as they couldn’t find a clutch hit. However, thanks to some patience, the Indians walked 4 times with the bases loaded, including the go ahead run in the 11th inning.

As for Milwaukee, the three game sweep over Pittsburgh came as a shock to many. They’ll welcome back RH Matt Garza who was on the DL with right shoulder tendinitis.

Garza brings in a record of 4-10 with an ERA 5.55. It’s safe to say that his shoulder problem can be a giant blame for his struggles this season.

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Garza has allowed 29 runs (22 earned) over his last 30 innings and is 0-3 in that time. In his career against Cleveland, the RH is 2-4.

MLB Handicapping Trends:

  • Indians are 7-3 in their last 10 road games.
  • Indians are 9-4 in their last 13 games vs. a right-handed starter.
  • Brewers are 9-3 in their last 12 games following a win.
  • Brewers are 6-2 in their last 8 when their opponent scores 5 runs or more in their previous game.

Free 4* MLB Pick: Cleveland ML

The Indians have a chance to get not just over the .500 mark these next 6 games, but also have a chance to put a dent in their 5 game deficit in the AL Wild Card standings.

Cleveland 6, Milwaukee 2

Danny Salazar at this price against a struggling Matt Garza is the move here.

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By Tony M

Tony is new to Cappers Picks and has been betting on sports since the first day he turned 18. He is a 22 year old Cleveland native who lives and breathes Indians baseball. His dream is to be part of a championship celebration at the corner of Carnegie and Ontario.