The Chicago Cubs at Milwaukee Brewers will continue a National League Central series on Saturday afternoon inside Miller Park, with the first pitch scheduled for 1:05 ET on FOX

Chicago Cubs at Milwaukee Brewers  

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Albert Pujols is hitting .333 in the post season, but must capitalize when the Cards have runners in scoring position
In the Series preview, I advocated both a series bet on Milwaukee and to bet the ‘over’ on Game 1. We’ll take a look at the lines for Game 2 and consider how the Cardinals need to adjust if they want to make this a series.

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The Chicago Cubs and Milwaukee Brewers close out a three-game series in the NL Central Thursday afternoon at Miller Park

Chicago Cubs at Milwaukee Brewers

The Milwaukee Brewers are 22-17 versus NL Central opponents this year

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The Milwaukee Brewers and San Francisco Giants open up an important National League series Friday night at AT&T Park

Milwaukee Brewers at San Francisco Giants

San Francisco expects IF Pablo Sandoval to return to the lineup Friday night

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The series finale finds a pair of solid right-handers facing off against each other at Fenway Park this afternoon.

Toronto Blue Jays at Boston Red Sox

Toronto fell 5-4 in 11 innings in Saturday night’s contest against the Red Sox at Fenway Park, as reliever Casey Janssen served up a walk off home run in the bottom of the 11th inning.  “I just kind of talked myself out of a pitch,” Janssen said.  “You can second guess.  If I get him out, it’s the right pitch.  If I don’t, then it’s the wrong pitch.”  The Blue Jays are 4-10 against the Red Sox this season, including a 2-3 mark on the road in this series.  The club is 13-27 versus Boston dating back to the middle of the 2008 season, but they’ve actually won five of the last eight contests at Fenway Park.  Toronto dropped below .500 on the road with yesterday’s loss, currently standing at 33-34 away from the Rogers Centre (+590).  The Blue Jays are still bring a solid 27-21 mark against division opponents into the series finale (+1,120) and the total is 22-25 O/U in those contests.  It’s important to note that the team is 7-10 as a road underdog of +125 to +150 in 2010 (-60) and 18-31 in this situation the last three years (-670).

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The Red Sox withstood the power of the Blue Jays in this first game of this series, as a pair of right-handers face off at the Rogers Centre.

Boston Red Sox at Toronto Blue Jays

Boston moved its record to 9-2 against the Blue Jays in capturing a 7-5 victory on Tuesday night at the Rogers Centre.  “You know what?  Tonight was like our whole season,” manager Terry Francona said.  “It wasn’t perfect. But we kept playing.”  The Red Sox have won eight of their last 12 road contests and have a 23-16 record away from Fenway Park since May 22.  The club sits five games in the divisional race and just 4.5 back in the Wild Card.  Boston is 6-1 on artificial turf this season, managing to average 6.5 runs and hit for a combined .291 average in those contests.  The team is a fantastic 7-1 on the road with a money line of -100 to -125 this season (+590), but falls off to a 26-32 mark in this situation the last three years (-1,020).  The Red Sox evened up their record against divisional opponents (23-23, -400) and the total in those games is 25-18 O/U.

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The Blue Jays lead the majors in interleague home runs, as they look to sweep the Giants in the series finale.

San Francisco Giants at Toronto Blue Jays

San Francisco will close out its first trip to Toronto since 2007, with the team hoping to find its bats in the process.  The Giants have managed to score just two runs in the first two games of the series, wasting quality outings from their starters.  Manager Bruce Bochy knows that his staff will still need to respect the power of today’s opponent saying, “They’ve done that all year, hit the long ball.”  Saturday’s 3-0 loss dropped the club to 5-6 this year against the American League, losing all five games its played away from AT&T Park (5-1 home).

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