Tonight's Braves vs Brewers live stream features an Atlanta team trying to bounce back after dropping game one 2-1. Meanwhile, Milwaukee is trying to offer their starter more offense in this MLB live stream.
After the Brewers sent the pitcher with the best ERA in baseball to the hill to start this series in Corbin Burnes, they'll follow with Brandon Woodruff who had the fourth best ERA in the game. So things won't get much easier for a Braves offense that mustered just one run on four hits in game one.
The lefty Max Fried will be on the bump for the Braves in game two. Fried went 14-7 on the year with a 3.04 ERA and ended the season winning his last seven decisions. He finds himself back in the postseason after starting four games for the Braves last year helping them to the national league championship series.
If anyone from Atlanta is actually looking forward to facing Woodruff again, it’s Dansby Swanson. The Braves shortstop took the righty for two hits back on July 31st, an RBI single and a two-run homer. Swanson was one of only three Braves who were able to record a hit in game one.
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The Brewers were able to outlast the Braves in a pitcher’s duel in game one. Both starters starter the game by tossing six scoreless innings, but in the seventh, Charlie Morton cracked. The veteran surrendered a two-run homer to the Brewers’ Rowdy Tellez for their only offense of the game. The Braves responded with a pinch-hit Joc Pederson solo homer in the eighth, but that was it for Atlanta’s scoring.
The Brewers are 1.5-run favorites against the Braves. The over/under is 7.5 runs.
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Braves vs Brewers live streams in the US
In the U.S., the Braves vs Brewers is today (Oct. 9) at 5:07 p.m. ET.
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Braves vs Brewers live streams in the UK
You can watch Braves vs Brewers live stream across the pond at 10:07 p.m. local BST Saturday night. Those in the U.K. will want BT Sport (opens in new tab), for TBS' coverage of the game.
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Braves vs Brewers live streams in Canada
Canadian baseball fans can watch Braves vs Brewers live streams in Canada on SportsNet.