The Milwaukee Brewers have been up and down through their first seven games this season, and coming off a day of rest will look to get their first win over their division rival, the St. Louis Cardinals. It will be the second of a three-game series and their second of four straight NL Central series.. The Brewers last outing was a Thursday loss to the Cards, 3-1. Milwaukee is still looking for consistency in their bats, especially after trading infielder Orlando Arcia. Projected to get his second start of the season will be Brewers pitcher Adrian Houser. The right-handed pitcher is 0-1 so far this season after losing his season debut against the Minnesota Twins.
The Crew are 3-4 in the early going of the season. The first pitch for Saturday and Sunday is scheduled for 1:15 PM.