Brewers vs Cubs match player stats Friday, May 3rd pre matchup. Milwaukee Brewers at Chicago Cubs player predictions

Brewers vs Cubs match player stats Friday, May 3rd pre matchup. Milwaukee Brewers at Chicago Cubs player predictions

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Mike Tauchman is projected to hit 2nd in the lineup in today’s game, which would be an upgrade from his 70% rate of hitting in the bottom-half of the lineup this season.

, Given Joe Ross’s large platoon split, Mike Tauchman will have an enormous advantage batting from the opposite side of the plate in this game.

, Mike Tauchman has a 98th percentile opposite-field rate on his flyballs (41.2%) and has the good fortune of hitting them towards the game’s 7th-shallowest LF fences today.

, Mike Tauchman will possess the home field advantage today, which ought to bolster all of his stats.

, Mike Tauchman has been hot of late, tallying a .414 wOBA in the past week’s worth of games.

, Batting from the opposite that Hayden Wesneski throws from, Brice Turang will have the upper hand in today’s matchup.

, Brice Turang has a good chance to have an advantage against every reliever from start to finish, since the bullpen of the Chicago Cubs only has 1 same-handed RP.

, Brice Turang has a 98th percentile opposite-field rate on his flyballs (41.3%) and is a great match for the park considering he’ll be hitting them in the direction of baseball’s 7th-shallowest LF fences today.

, Sal Frelick is projected to bat 1st on the lineup card in this game.

, Sal Frelick will receive the benefit of the platoon advantage against Hayden Wesneski in today’s matchup.

, Sal Frelick has a good chance to have an edge against every reliever for the game’s entirety, since the bullpen of the Chicago Cubs has just 1 same-handed RP.

, Sal Frelick has a 76th percentile opposite-field rate on his flyballs (33.8%) and sets up very well considering he’ll be hitting them out towards the game’s 7th-shallowest LF fences in today’s game.

, When it comes to plate discipline, Sal Frelick’s talent is quite impressive, posting a 1.66 K/BB rate since the start of last season while grading out in in the 85th percentile.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Pete Crow-Armstrong in the 84th percentile when assessing his BABIP ability.

, Given Joe Ross’s large platoon split, Pete Crow-Armstrong will have a big advantage batting from the opposite side of the plate today.

, Pete Crow-Armstrong will hold the home field advantage today, which ought to boost all of his stats.

, Pete Crow-Armstrong ranks in the 99th percentile when it comes to hitting balls between 23° and 34°, the launch angle range that tends to result the most in home runs (33.3% rate since the start of last season).

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Christopher Morel in the 95th percentile when it comes to his home run skill.

, Christopher Morel is penciled in 4th on the lineup card in this matchup.

, Christopher Morel pulls many of his flyballs (38.6% — 97th percentile) and will have a big advantage hitting them towards baseball’s 7th-shallowest LF fences in today’s matchup.

, Christopher Morel will possess the home field advantage in today’s matchup, which figures to bolster all of his stats.

, When it comes to his wOBA and overall offense, Christopher Morel has suffered from bad luck this year. His .288 mark falls considerably below the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s version of Statcast-based Expected wOBA (xwOBA) at .359.

, Nico Hoerner is projected to hit 1st in the batting order in this game.

, Nico Hoerner will benefit from the home field advantage in today’s game, which figures to improve all of his stats.

, As it relates to plate discipline, Nico Hoerner’s ability is quite strong, putting up a 1.65 K/BB rate since the start of last season while placing in in the 86th percentile.

, As it relates to his home run skill, Michael Busch ranks in the 75th percentile according to the leading projection system (THE BAT X).

, Michael Busch is projected to bat 5th in the lineup in this matchup.

, Because of Joe Ross’s large platoon split, Michael Busch will have a tremendous advantage hitting from the opposite side of the dish in today’s game.

, Home field advantage typically boosts batter metrics across the board, and Michael Busch will hold that advantage in today’s game.

, In the last two weeks’ worth of games, Michael Busch has been performing exceptionally well at the plate with a wOBA of .351.

, Blake Perkins has been hot recently, posting a .353 wOBA in the last week’s worth of games.

, When estimating his overall offensive skill, Rhys Hoskins ranks in the 95th percentile according to the leading projections (THE BAT X).

, Rhys Hoskins is projected to bat 5th in the lineup in this game.

, Rhys Hoskins pulls a lot of his flyballs (37% — 94th percentile) and will have a big advantage hitting them towards the league’s 7th-shallowest LF fences in today’s game.

, Hitting 3 homers over the past 14 days, Rhys Hoskins has been on fire lately.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects William Contreras in the 93rd percentile when it comes to his overall offensive skill.

, William Contreras is penciled in 2nd on the lineup card in this game.

, William Contreras has been hot recently, cruising to a .408 wOBA in the last week’s worth of games.

, William Contreras’s 94.8-mph exit velocity on flyballs (a reliable metric to assess power) is in the 84th percentile since the start of last season.

, William Contreras has compiled a .365 wOBA (the best measure of overall offense) since the start of last season, checking in at the 94th percentile.

, As it relates to his overall offensive ability, Ian Happ ranks in the 79th percentile according to the leading projections (THE BAT X).

, Ian Happ is penciled in 3rd in the lineup in today’s game.

, As a switch-hitter who performs better from the 0 side of the dish, Ian Happ will have the advantage of batting from from his better side against a pitcher with a large platoon split (Joe Ross) in today’s matchup.

, Ian Happ has an 84th percentile opposite-field rate on his flyballs (34.8%) and will have a big advantage hitting them out towards baseball’s 7th-shallowest LF fences today.

, Home field advantage generally bolsters batter metrics in all categories, and Ian Happ will hold that advantage in today’s matchup.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Christopher Morel in the 83rd percentile when estimating his overall offensive ability.

, Miguel Amaya will hold the home field advantage in today’s matchup, which should bolster all of his stats.

, As it relates to his home runs, Miguel Amaya has suffered from bad luck since the start of last season. His 16.2 HR per 600 plate appearances figure has been deflated compared to the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s version of Statcast-based Expected HR/600 at 22.7.

, Miguel Amaya’s 18.6° launch angle (a reliable stat to evaluate a batter’s ability to lift the ball for power) is among the steepest in the league: 86th percentile.

, Nico Hoerner has compiled a .285 Expected Batting Average since the start of last season, placing in the 87th percentile according to the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s interpretation of Statcast data.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Willy Adames in the 92nd percentile when assessing his home run talent.

, Willy Adames is penciled in 3rd in the batting order today.

, Willy Adames pulls many of his flyballs (35.5% — 90th percentile) and is a great match for the park considering he’ll be hitting them towards MLB’s 7th-shallowest LF fences today.

, Willy Adames has been hot recently, tallying a .354 wOBA over the past two weeks.

, Willy Adames has had bad variance on his side thus far when it comes to his home runs since the start of last season; his 21.9 HR per 600 plate appearances rate is a good deal lower than his 26.4 Expected HR/600, based on the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s interpretation of Statcast data.

, Brice Turang has been hot recently, hitting his way to a .356 wOBA in the past 14 days.

, When assessing his batting average ability, Nico Hoerner is projected as the 20th-best batter in the majors by the leading projection system (THE BAT X).

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Sal Frelick in the 86th percentile when assessing his batting average ability.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Willy Adames in the 90th percentile as it relates to his overall offensive ability.

, Willy Adames and his 21° launch angle on his hardest-hit balls rank in 98th percentile, among the highest in baseball since the start of last season.

, Since the start of last season, Michael Busch’s flyball exit velocity (a reliable metric to study power) is in the 80th percentile at 94.5 mph.

, Based on Statcast metrics, the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s version of Expected wOBA (.321) may lead us to conclude that Miguel Amaya has had some very poor luck since the start of last season with his .297 actual wOBA.

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The weather report calls for the 3rd-most favorable pitching weather of the day, as it relates to temperature and humidity.

, The Milwaukee Brewers outfield defense grades out as the 3rd-strongest among every team playing today.

, Despite posting a .414 wOBA this year, the leading projection system (THE BAT X) believes Mike Tauchman has experienced some positive variance given the .103 disparity between that mark and his estimated true talent wOBA of .311.

, Utilizing Statcast metrics, Mike Tauchman ranks in the 17th percentile for power via the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s version of Expected Home Runs per 600 plate appearances since the start of last season at 11.600.

, Since the start of last season, the hardest ball Mike Tauchman has connected with reached a maximum exit velocity of 109.4 mph (an advanced stat to study power), ranking in the 23rd percentile.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Brice Turang in the 19th percentile when estimating his home run skill.

, Brice Turang is penciled in 7th in the batting order in this matchup.

, This year, Brice Turang has been replaced by a pinch-hitter in 11% of his appearances when starting against northpaw.

, Playing on the road generally diminishes hitter metrics across the board due to the lack of home field advantage, which should be the case for Brice Turang today.

, When estimating his home run talent, Sal Frelick ranks in the 7th percentile according to the leading projection system (THE BAT X).

, 17% of the time that Sal Frelick has started against a right-handed starter this year, he has been pulled from the game early.

, Sal Frelick will be at a disadvantage playing on the road in today’s matchup.

, Sal Frelick has paced 4.5 Expected Home Runs per 600 plate appearances since the start of last season, placing in the 15th percentile for power according to the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s interpretation of Statcast data.

, Pete Crow-Armstrong is penciled in 8th in the batting order in this matchup.

, This year, there has been a decline in Pete Crow-Armstrong’s footspeed with his Statcast Sprint Speed dropping from 29.88 ft/sec last year to 28.19 ft/sec currently.

, Since the start of last season, Pete Crow-Armstrong’s flyball exit velocity (a reliable standard to assess power) is in the 5th percentile at 84.9 mph.

, When starting against a northpaw this year, Christopher Morel has been pulled from the game early 11% of the time.

, Joe Ross will receive the benefit of the platoon advantage against Christopher Morel in today’s game… and it’s a particular mismatch considering Ross’s large platoon split.

, Christopher Morel’s speed has decreased this season. His 28.6 ft/sec Statcast Sprint Speed last season sits at 27.61 ft/sec now.

, As it relates to his home run talent, Nico Hoerner ranks in the 3rd percentile according to the leading projection system (THE BAT X).

, Considering Joe Ross’s large platoon split, Nico Hoerner will be at a tremendous disadvantage batting from the same side of the dish in today’s matchup.

, Nico Hoerner has a 94th percentile opposite-field rate on his flyballs (38.1%) but may find it hard to clear the league’s 5th-deepest RF fences in today’s matchup.

, Sporting a 4.700 Expected Home Runs per 600 plate appearances (an advanced metric created by the leading projection system (THE BAT X) utilizing Statcast data) since the start of last season , Nico Hoerner finds himself in the 4th percentile for power.

, Michael Busch has experienced some positive variance in regards to his home runs since the start of last season; his 25.4 HR per 600 plate appearances figure is inflated compared to his 11.2 Expected HR/600, based on the leading projection system (THE BAT X)’s interpretation of Statcast data.

, By putting up a .235 Expected wOBA (or xwOBA, an advanced metric created by the leading projection system (THE BAT X) utilizing Statcast data) since the start of last season, Michael Busch is positioned in the 8th percentile for offensive skills.

, Blake Perkins’s batting average ability is projected to be in the 19th percentile according to the leading projection system (THE BAT X).

, Blake Perkins is projected to bat 9th in the batting order today.

, The switch-hitting Blake Perkins will be less advantaged while batting from his bad side (0) today against Hayden Wesneski, Blake Perkins will be at a disadvantage playing on the road today.

, Hayden Wesneski will hold the platoon advantage over Rhys Hoskins in today’s matchup.

, Playing on the road typically reduces batter stats across the board due to the lack of home field advantage, which ought to be the case for Rhys Hoskins today.

, Rhys Hoskins is not very fast, grading out in the 15th percentile in Sprint Speed at 25.53 ft/sec this year.

, Hayden Wesneski will have the handedness advantage over William Contreras today.

, William Contreras has a 90th percentile opposite-field rate on his flyballs (36.5%) and will be challenged by the league’s 5th-deepest RF fences in today’s matchup.

, William Contreras will be at a disadvantage playing on the visting team in today’s matchup.

, William Contreras has been lucky this year, putting up a .408 wOBA despite the leading projection system (THE BAT X) estimating his true talent level to be .341 — a .067 difference.

, Ian Happ’s footspeed has declined this season. His 27.75 ft/sec Statcast Sprint Speed last year sits at 26.82 ft/sec now.

, Mike Tauchman’s 7.9° launch angle (a reliable metric to assess a hitter’s ability to lift the ball for power) is among the most groundball-inducing in MLB: 16th percentile.

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Miguel Amaya in the 19th percentile as it relates to his batting average skill.

, Miguel Amaya is projected to bat 9th in the lineup in this matchup.

, This year, Miguel Amaya has been pinch hit for in 15% of his appearances when starting against right-handed pitcher.

, Because of Joe Ross’s large platoon split, Miguel Amaya will be at a gigantic disadvantage batting from the same side of the plate in today’s matchup.

, Hayden Wesneski will hold the platoon advantage against Willy Adames in today’s game.

, Playing on the road generally lowers hitter stats across the board due to the lack of home field advantage, which should be the case for Willy Adames today.

, Willy Adames’s footspeed has declined this year. His 27.58 ft/sec Statcast Sprint Speed last year sits at 26.92 ft/sec now.

, Nico Hoerner’s footspeed has decreased this year. His 28.54 ft/sec Statcast Sprint Speed last year sits at 27.85 ft/sec now.

, Sal Frelick’s 85.5-mph exit velocity on flyballs (an advanced standard to assess power) ranks in the 6th percentile since the start of last season.

, Sal Frelick grades out in the 14th percentile when it comes to hitting balls between 23° and 34°, the launch angle range that tends to best-produce home runs (10.9% rate since the start of last season).

, The leading projection system (THE BAT X) estimates Michael Busch’s true offensive talent to be a .303, implying that he has experienced some positive variance this year given the .048 difference between that figure and his actual .351 wOBA.

, Brice Turang has been lucky this year, compiling a .356 wOBA despite the leading projection system (THE BAT X) estimating his true talent level to be .295 — a .061 deviation.

, Despite posting a .353 wOBA this year, the leading projection system (THE BAT X) believes Blake Perkins has had positive variance on his side given the .063 deviation between that figure and his estimated true talent wOBA of .290.

, Miguel Amaya has been cold in recent games, putting up a .267 wOBA in the last two weeks.

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Brewers vs Cubs Match Player Stats Friday May 3rd Milwaukee Brewers at Chicago Cubs Game Predictions, Players odds, Friday lines and Betting Trends
Brewers vs Cubs match player stats Friday, May 3rd pre matchup. Milwaukee Brewers at Chicago Cubs player predictions