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FREE PICK TUESDAY #909/910 OVER 7 Milwaukee Brewers (Woodruff) at St. Louis Cardinals (Wainwright) 6:45 PM CT

While this feels like a huge series in the final week of the MLB regular season, there isn’t much at stake between these NL Central rivals. Milwaukee has clinched the NL Central and will be the #2 seed in the NL playoffs. St. Louis has not yet officially clinched the second wild card spot but they have a 5.5-game lead over the Reds and know that they can plan to head to California for the wild card game next week. The amazing winning streak for the Cardinals is still live and in 12 of 16 games St. Louis has scored at least five runs. The Cardinals scored 25 runs over four games in Milwaukee last week while the Brewers scored five runs against Adam Wainwright in his last start. The ‘over’ is 4-1 in the past five meetings in St. Louis and this is the lowest total in this series since August 18. Wainwright has had an excellent season but he has allowed nine runs in three late season starts vs. the Brewers. Brandon Woodruff has also been less reliable of late going 2-4 in his last six starts with a 3.86 ERA. The strikeouts are there but home runs have been an issue of late and the Cardinals tagged Woodruff for six runs the last time he pitched at Busch Stadium. Milwaukee’s bullpen has been marginal of late with a 4.50 ERA in the past 10 games and the scoring numbers remain excellent for both teams, against right-handed pitching Milwaukee is scoring 5.5 runs per nine and St. Louis 6.1 runs per nine over the past 10 games. Given that this game carries no real significance other than for the Cardinals to officially clinch the wild card spot while continuing its record winning streak, neither team is likely to keep its starters in for an extended outing while the top bullpen options will also be kept to limited outings. These teams have averaged 8.6 runs per game this season and both of tonight’s starters also handle the bat pretty well as this low number looks in reach for a warm night in St. Louis with a slight wind out to left field.