At 1:40 PM ET, the Brewers and Tigers face off in an interleague matchup. This one is being played at Comerica Park in Detroit, and the Tigers are favored on the money line at -171. The money line odds for a Brewers win are sitting at +146, and the over/under line is at 7.5 runs.

Milwaukee comes in with a record of 38-26 and is currently on a two-game winning streak. The Tigers are 31-33 but have lost three straight. BSWI will be televising this one, and Sunday's starting pitching matchup features Bryse Wilson for the Brewers and Tarik Skubal for the Tigers.


The Pick: Milwaukee Brewers Moneyline +146

This game will be played at Comerica Park at 1:40 ET on Sunday, June 9th.


  • We have the Brewers winning by a score of 5 to 4
  • 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 9 runs and like the over

It was a low-scoring game in the most recent game of this Brewers vs Tigers series. Milwaukee went into the matchup as -176 favorites and squeaked out a 5-4 win. Detroit had a chance to tie or win the game in the 9th inning but could only muster one run.

Both teams scored one run in the first inning, and then the Tigers went silent until they broke out for three runs in the 6th. As for the Brewers, they scored the game's go-ahead run in the 6th, and both offenses went silent after that.

Freddy Peralta only went 3 1/3 innings for the Brewers but gave up just three hits and three earned runs. Jared Koenig got the win out of the bullpen, and Trevor Megill got the save. Casey Mize had a rough outing for the Tigers, giving up three earned runs in 5 1/3 innings of work.

Brewers Records & Stats

With an overall record of 38-26, the Brewers lead the NL Central by 6.5 games over the Reds. Milwaukee has taken the first two games of this series vs. the Tigers and have an NL Central division record of 16-8 this year. The Brewers have been good on the road, putting together a mark of 20-16.

As the road underdog, the Brewers have gone 14-10 this year, and they are 19-12 as the favorite. Milwaukee has been playing well lately, going 7-3 across their last ten games, and they have won two straight on the road.

When betting the run line on the Milwaukee Brewers this season, it's been more profitable to take them as the underdog. Milwaukee is 23-10 against the run line when getting points, compared to just 11-20 when laying them. The Brewers' average run margin in winning games is +3.7, while it's -2.8 in losses.

Despite the fact that the Milwaukee Brewers have a combined run average of 9.0 runs per game, the over/under line for their game against the Detroit Tigers is set at 7.5 runs. The Brewers have gone over the total in 36 of their 63 games this season, and their games have averaged an over/under line of 8 runs. In games with an over/under line of 7.5 runs, the over is 9-4. The over has hit in the last two games for the Brewers.

Bryse Wilson is looking to bounce back from a rough outing out of the bullpen, as he gets the start for the Brewers today. In his last outing, he took the loss, giving up three earned runs in 5 2/3 innings of work. Looking back over his last three outings, Wilson has given up at least one homer in each appearance. Wilson's ERA on the road is 8.13, compared to 3.59 at home. Overall, he is 3-2 with a 3.35 ERA and has made two quality starts this year. Per nine innings, Wilson has 6.71 strikeouts and 3.35 walks.

William Contreras comes into the game with a four-game hitting streak, and he has been one of the Brewers' top hitters all season, batting .309 with a team-high 46 RBIs and eight homers. Willy Adames and Rhys Hoskins are also among the league's top home run hitters, but Adames is batting just .240 for the season, and Hoskins is at .233.

Christian Yelich and Blake Perkins have been swinging the bat well of late, with Yelich hitting .410 over his last 10 games, and Perkins has gone 13/33 in his last nine games. Perkins has also scored nine runs over that stretch, while Yelich has 10 RBIs.

Tigers Records & Stats

Detroit is 31-33 overall and is 10.5 games behind the Guardians for the AL Central lead. The Tigers have dropped three straight games, and they trail the Brewers 2-0 in their current series. So far, they have gone 10-9 in AL Central matchups.

At home, the Tigers are 14-17 this year and 17-16 on the road. As the favorite, Detroit has gone 15-13 and 16-20 as the underdog. So far, they have an overall series record of 9-7-4.

The Tigers have a run line record of 28-36 this season, including a 10-21 mark at home. They have been outscored by an average of 0.2 runs per game overall, but they have a positive run differential on the road, where they are 18-15 against the run line. They have been a better bet as the underdog, going 22-14 against the run line in those games.

Today, the Detroit Tigers are set to host the Milwaukee Brewers at Comerica Park. The over/under line for the game is set at 7.5 runs, which is below the Tigers' season average of 8 runs per game. Detroit has hit the over in 11 of their 19 games when the line has been set at 7.5 runs, and the over has hit in three straight Tigers games.

Tarik Skubal will be looking to build off his last outing, where he gave up just one earned run in six innings of work. In that start vs. the Rangers, he finished with a no-decision. Looking back further, Skubal has given up a total of four earned runs in two of his last four starts. Skubal's ERA for the season is an impressive 1.97, along with a record of 7-1. Opponents are batting just .190 off the left-hander this year. Skubal has made nine quality starts this year and is averaging 10.6 strikeouts per nine innings. So far, he has allowed five homers at home and one on the road.

Detroit's offense has been pretty bad so far this season, as they are averaging just 4.1 runs per game (19th) and are batting just .228 as a team. They also have a collective on-base percentage of just .295 and have been below average in terms of home runs and slugging percentage. Riley Greene is the team's home run leader and is batting .238 for the season. Kerry Carpenter has been the Tigers' top hitter so far, with a batting average of .283 and a team-high 29 RBIs.

Greene has just one home run in his last seven games and is batting .231 over that stretch. Jake Rogers has also struggled of late, going just 2/10 in his last four games, but both of his hits have been home runs.