I'm playing on Philadelphia/Milwaukee OVER the total. The last four meetings between these teams all produced a minimum of nine runs, three of them reaching double-digits. Assuming they can get the game in - there are storms in the area - I'm expecting another high-scoring affair. Velasquez goes for the Phillies and he's been inconsistent for years. He's got a 6.57 ERA and 1.95 WHIP in five appearances (2 starts) this season. In his two starts, he's given up four home runs, two in each game, despite pitching a total of just 8 1/3 combined innings. Houser has been better than Velasquez but he's far from unhittable. He's go a 1.419 WHIP and he only goes five innings per start. Velasquez has made two career starts vs. Milwaukee. Both finished above the total, the games averaging 12.5 combined runs. While a rain delay is possible, if the game does finish, look for it to also reach double-digits.