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Free MLB Pick – 909/910 UNDER 8.5 Cincinnati Reds (Bauer) at Milwaukee Brewers (Anderson) 7:10 PM CT

After years of unrealized hype, Trevor Bauer has put it all together so far this season with the Reds with eye-popping numbers through four starts, featuring a 14.0 K/9 and a 0.68 ERA. While that pace isn’t sustainable so far working with a .140 BABIP and a 100 percent strand rate, Bauer could remain one of the NL’s top tier starters. A glance at Bauer’s starts shows three lousy AL Central games plus a start vs. the Brewers but drawing that matchup again should mean another strong showing for the outspoken 29-year-old. Bauer struck out 12 Brewers in early August and Milwaukee has had miserable offensive production of late in the midst of a four-game slide. Opposing pitchers have flirted with no-hitters in three recent games vs. Milwaukee and Milwaukee is batting .212 with a .672 OPS in the past two weeks. The season numbers aren’t much better for the Brewers who have had notable struggles vs. right-handed pitching. Despite Bauer starring, the Reds are also just 11-15 as both of these teams have disappointed as the midway point of the season approaches this week. These teams figured to benefit most from the playoff expansion but neither would make the cut right now. Cincinnati has been shut out four times in the past 15 games while the offense has posted a total of 15 runs now six games into the current road trip. In the last week the Reds have a .573 team OPS and Brett Anderson has a decent start against Cincinnati already this season. Anderson made his best start as a Brewer last week vs. a formidable Minnesota lineup and he has allowed only two home runs in 17 innings of work. Both bullpens have had mixed results but still possess high-end arms and both starters look capable of quality starts in this contest.