Game 4 of Today’s Series Match Details

Brewers from Milwaukee at Colorado Rockies
Series Game 4
Today’s match is on Thursday, July 4th
2024-07-04 20:10:00 EST Game start time / First throw

Positive Player Stats for Milwaukee at Colorado Series Game 4 Matchup Today

The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Ryan McMahon in the 78th percentile in terms of BABIP talent.

Ryan McMahon is listed third on the lineup card for this match.

The industry-leading projection system (THE BAT) profiles Coors Field as the best location in baseball for left-handed batting average.

Coors Field is located at 5,100 feet above sea level, making it the highest stadium in any major league. This generally results in a higher offensive output.

Ryan McMahon will look to take advantage of the platoon advantage today against Tobias Myers.

Charlie Blackmon is listed first on the lineup card for this game.

According to the industry-leading projection system (THE BAT), Coors Field is the best field in Major League Baseball for scoring runs.

Charlie Blackmon has the peloton advantage over Tobias Myers today.

Home-field advantage usually has a positive effect on a hitter’s performance, and Charlie Blackmon looks to maintain that advantage today.

Elias Diaz is expected to bat fourth in the lineup in this game.

Home-field advantage typically has a positive effect on batters’ performance across all categories, and Elias Diaz looks to maintain that advantage today.

Elias Diaz has been on a roll in recent games, increasing his season-high exit velocity from 87.9 mph to 90.8 mph in the last 7 days.

Switch-hitter Michael Toglia has the advantage of hitting from his strong side (0) today against Tobias Myers.

Michael Toglia has home advantage today, which is expected to benefit all of his stats.

Michael Toglia has made great strides with his Barrel% in the past few games, increasing his season percentage from 16.3% to 23.3% in the past two weeks.

The leading projection system (THE BAT X) predicts Brenton Doyle is in the 85th percentile in terms of BABIP power.

Brenton Doyle is listed as 5th in the lineup for this match.

Brenton Doyle has home advantage today, which is expected to benefit all of his stats.

The leading projection system (THE BAT X) predicts Nolan Jones is in the 93rd percentile when assessing his BABIP ability.

Nolan Jones has an advantage in today’s game because he throws the ball from the opposite side than Tobias Myers.

Nolan Jones has home-field advantage today, which will likely benefit his statistics.

According to the industry-leading projection system (THE BAT), Coors Field is the best location to provide left-handers with home runs.

Jake Cave takes advantage of the peloton advantage today against Tobias Myers.

Jake Cave is enjoying home advantage today, which should benefit his statistics.

When estimating his home run power, Ryan McMahon ranks in the 87th percentile according to the leading projection system (THE BAT X).

According to the industry-leading projection system (THE BAT), Coors Field is the best park in the league for right-side home runs.

Over the past week, Brenton Doyle’s Barrel% has increased significantly, from his season average of 9.1% to 27.8%.

According to the leading projection system (THE BAT), Coors Field is considered the best ballpark in baseball for right-handed batting average.

The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Nolan Jones to rank in the 83rd percentile in home run hitting.

The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Jake Cave in the 80th percentile in terms of BABIP power.

The leading projection system (THE BAT X) predicts Brendan Rodgers ranks in the 83rd percentile when estimating his batting average.

Brendan Rodgers is expected to bat second in the order in this game.

Home-field advantage typically has a positive effect on batters’ performance across all categories, and Brendan Rodgers looks to maintain that advantage today.

The Colorado Rockies have 5 batters in their projected batting order today with a high (i.e. over 27%) underlying K% (according to the industry-leading projection system, THE BAT X) (Brenton Doyle, Michael Toglia, Nolan Jones, Jake Cave, Ryan McMahon).

Projected catcher Elias Diaz is rated as a weak pitch framer, according to the industry-leading projection system (THE BAT).

The leading projection system (THE BAT) predicts that Coors Field is the best field in Major League Baseball for home runs.

In his previous game, Cal Quantrill gave up a whopping 5 earned runs.

The leading projection system (THE BAT X) predicts Michael Toglia will be in the 85th percentile in home run hitting ability.

Cal Quantrill is averaging 94.8 adjusted pitches per start this year, which ranks him in the 88th percentile.

In his previous GS, Cal Quantrill was on a roll, striking out 8 batters.

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Thursday Series Game 4 Player Game Stats Drop With Brewers vs. Rockies Matchup

There is a small but significant relationship between low humidity and less offense (and more strikeouts). According to the weather report, the humidity of all the games on the schedule is the lowest: 21%.

The wind is expected to blow 9.7 mph from RF in this race, the strongest of the day for hilltop aces.

The Milwaukee Brewers infield defense is expected to be the third strongest of all the teams competing today.

Over the past 7 days, Ryan McMahon’s 0% percentage of hitting balls with an HR-optimizing launch angle (between 23° and 34°) has dropped significantly from his season percentage of 12.7%.

Despite Ryan McMahon posting a .346 wOBA this year, the leading projection system (THE BAT X) believes Ryan McMahon experienced positive variance, given the .031 difference between that figure and his estimated true talent wOBA of .315.

When estimating his home run potential, Charlie Blackmon ranks in the 22nd percentile according to the leading projection system (THE BAT X).

In terms of power, Charlie Blackmon ranks in the 16th percentile, averaging 8.5 home runs per 600 plate appearances this year.

Elias Diaz’s BABIP skill is projected at the 18th percentile by the leading projection system (THE BAT X).

Tobias Myers has the peloton advantage against Elias Diaz today.

The leading projection system (THE BAT X) predicts Michael Toglia will be in the 5th percentile when estimating his batting average.

Michael Toglia is ranked 6th on the players list for today’s match.

Brenton Doyle, who bats on the same side as Tobias Myers, will have a tough time today.

Despite posting a .322 wOBA this year, the leading projection system (THE BAT X) believes Brenton Doyle has been extremely lucky, given the .036 deviation between that figure and his estimated true talent wOBA of .286.

The leading projection system (THE BAT X) projects Charlie Blackmon in the 25th percentile in terms of his BABIP talent.

Charlie Blackmon has been fortunate this year in terms of his batting average; his .258 mark is considerably higher than his expected batting average of .230, based on the industry-leading projection system’s interpretation of Statcast data (THE BAT X).

Nolan Jones is expected to bat 7th in the order in this game, a drop from his 55% hitting percentage in the top half of the lineup this season.

Nolan Jones’ ability to hit the ball with a launch angle that maximizes HR (between 23° and 34°) has declined in recent games, from 9.3% in the season to 0% in the last 7 days.

Jake Cave is expected to finish in 8th place today.

17% of the time Jake Cave faced a right-handed starter this year, he was replaced by a pinch-hitter.

Jake Cave’s average exit velocity has declined in recent games, with his season speed of 86.1 mph dropping to 83 mph in the last two weeks.

Ryan McMahon’s ability to hit the ball with an HR-optimizing launch angle (between 23° and 34°) has decreased from last season, from 17.6% to 12.7%.

With a projected wOBA of .270 (or xwOBA, an advanced metric developed by the industry-leading projection system (THE BAT X) using Statcast data) this year, Nolan Jones ranks in the 11th percentile for offensive ability.

Tobias Myers has the advantage of the peloton today against Brendan Rodgers.

Milwaukee’s fourth-best outfield defense of any team on the list presents a formidable challenge for flyball-hitting Brendan Rodgers.

According to the industry-leading projection system (THE BAT X), Tobias Myers will throw 79 pitches today (the second-fewest on the list), taking into account his underlying tendencies and the game.

We are supposed to see a Hitters Umpire (Derek Thomas) behind the plate in this game.

Coors Field ranks 30th in Major League Baseball in strikeouts, according to the industry-leading projection system (THE BAT).

,When you play away, your pitcher’s performance is usually negatively impacted by the lack of home-field advantage. That should be the case for Tobias Myers today.

From last season to this season, Elias Diaz’s ability to hit the ball at an angle that optimizes home runs (23° to 34°) has decreased significantly, from 14.5% to 10.7%.

In the past week’s games, Elias Diaz’s 0% rate of hitting balls with an HR-optimizing launch angle (between 23° and 34°) has dropped significantly compared to his season rate of 10.7%.

According to the industry-leading projection system (THE BAT X), the Milwaukee Brewers have the fourth-luckiest offense in Major League Baseball this year, and they’re likely to slip even further in the future. Of all the teams in action today, the fifth-best infield defense belongs to the Colorado Rockies.

Home-field advantage typically has a positive effect on pitchers’ stats, and Cal Quantrill will look to maintain that advantage in today’s game.

Brendan Rodgers has been on the cold side of late, with a seasonal exit velocity of 88.7 mph dropping to 82.1 mph over the past 14 days.

Brendan Rodgers’ ability to hit the ball with an HR-optimizing launch angle (between 23° and 34°) has decreased from last year, from 19.7% to 9%.

When it comes to home runs, Michael Toglia has been very fortunate since the start of last season. His 26.1 HR per 600 plate appearances rate is well above the leading projection system (THE BAT X) version of the Statcast-based Expected HR/600 of 18.7.

Michael Toglia has a wOBA of .232 (the best measure of overall offense) since the start of last season, which places him in the 15th percentile.

The leading projection system (THE BAT) projects Cal Quantrill to be in the 23rd percentile in his strikeout rate.

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