Milwaukee Brewers vs. LA Dodgers NLCS Game 3 MLB Betting Odds Preview

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The NLCS changes venue for Game 3 on Monday October 15th as the LA Dodgers play host to the Milwaukee Brewers in a Major League Baseball playoff game. Brewers and Dodgers get things started from Dodgers Stadium at 7:39PM Eastern Time and Fox Sports 1 TV has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side LA Dodgers favored by -168 odds with the return on the road underdog Milwaukee Brewers at +153 odds. The run total is set at 7 runs. Getting the start for Milwaukee will be Jhoulys Chacin to battle Dodgers righty Walker Buehler.

The Dodgers evened this series at 1-1 following the 4-3 victory at Milwaukee in Game 2 on Saturday. Each of the games in this series has been decided by one run. LA was down 3-0 entering the latter innings of the game and looked to be facing an 0-2 deficit heading back home. But LA got two runs in the top of the seventh then in the top of the eighth it was a two run home run by Justin Turner to give the Dodgers a 4-3 lead that they held. LA turned the ball over to their late inning relievers Kenta Maeda and Kenley Jansen and they threw scoreless eighth and ninth innings to save the game.

Milwaukee starter Jhoulys Chacin has pitched well for Milwaukee on the season. He is 16-8 in 36 starts with an ERA of 3.41 and WHIP of 1.16. Chacin worked in the NLDS pitching five innings allowing no runs and three hits in a 4-0 victory against Colorado. He did face the Dodgers in LA in early August but surrendered nine runs eight earned over 4 1/3rd innings of a 21-5 road defeat.

Walker Buehler looks to bounce back from a poor start in the NLDS against Atlanta on the road. The rookie pitcher allowed five runs over five innings of a 6-5 defeat. Buehler faced Milwaukee in late July allowing one run over seven innings at home.

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