Tag: Seattle Mariners
Miami Marlins vs. Seattle Mariners
MLB Betting Pick: Mariners -135 odds (April 17th 2017)
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I really like the value here with the Mariners as a short home favorite against the Marlins. After a miserable 2-8 start to the season, Seattle swept division rival Texas in a 3-game series at home over the weekend and I like their chances of keeping it going at home here. While Miami is also coming into this having won 3 straight, this is a much tougher spot for the road team. The Marlins had to fly completely across the country following yesterday’s game against the Mets. This is the first time Miami has had to travel away from the east coast and I look for them to come out a bit flat here. The Marlins are a mere 8-24 in their last 32 road games when they come into the game having won 3 of their last 4.
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I also like the pitching matchup. Seattle will send out Ariel Miranda, who had the unfortunate task of facing the Astros in each of his first two starts. He’s not an elite pitcher by any means, but I look for him to perform well at home this season. Miami’s Tom Koehler has a 3.27 ERA, but has given up 5 walks and 3 home runs in 11 innings. I don’t trust Koehler, especially on the road. Take Seattle!
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Seattle Mariners vs. Los Angeles Angels
MLB Betting Prediction: Mariners -131 odds (September 14th 2016)
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What do Angels pitchers C.J. Wilson, Garrett Richards, Matt Shoemaker and Andrew Heaney share in common? Answer: They’re all injured. To this unfortunate list we now add Tyler Skaggs, who was scheduled to start today against the Mariners. Skaggs, too, may be done for the season after experiencing forearm tightness.
So now we have journeyman Jhoulys Chacin – pitching for his fourth team in three years – on the rubber to face Seattle’s most consistent pitcher this season, Hisashi Iwakuma. Chacin last pitched on Aug. 21.
This does not bode well for the Angels, 1-6 in their last seven games and playing the string out trailing AL West Division-leading Texas by 23 games.
Chacin doesn’t figure to last long given his rust and the hot bats of the Mariners, who have scored six or more runs in all but two of their last nine games and rank in the top 10 in most offensive categories. The Angels’ bullpen carries a fatigue rating, too, having worked 16 innings during the past four days. The Angels already are on their fourth closer as injuries have taken away their two best relief pitchers.
What also doesn’t bode well for the Angels is how well Seattle is playing. The Mariners have won seven in a row having outscored their opponents, 50-14, during this span. Seattle certainly doesn’t lack for incentive out of a wild-card spot by only 2 1/2 games.
Iwakuma has the right formula to beat the Angels: Don’t walk batters and get Mike Trout out. He’s given up just 39 walks in 179 2/3 innings. Trout is 9-for-46 lifetime against Iwakuma, who has a career ERA of 2.90 in 18 appearances versus the Angels, including 17 starts.
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Seattle Mariners vs. Los Angeles Angels
MLB Pick: Mariners -110 odds (September 13th 2016)
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Seattle is worth a look here against the Angels. The Mariners are just 2.5-games back of the final Wild Card spot in the AL and are rolling at the moment with 6 straight wins. The Angels on the other hand just look to be going through the motions. LA is 1-5 in their last 6 and have scored 2 or less runs 4 times during this stretch. Seattle will send out Taijuan Walker, who on paper might not look like a great starter to back. Walker has a 8.31 ERA in his last 3 starts, but was much better in his last outing after making some changes with pitching coach Mel Stottlemyre. Walker has the talent to be a top level starter and I like his chances of doing enough here to keep the Angles’ offense in check to get the win. Give me the Mariners -110!
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Texas Rangers vs. Seattle Mariners
Betting Prediction: Texas -100 odds (September 8th 2016)
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Seattles’ Walker is 0-4 with a 9.55 ERA over his L5 starts & he’s given up 23 HRs in only 103.2 innings TY…My free play is on the Tex Rangers at 10:10 ET.
The Texas Rangers hold a comfortable 8 1/2-game lead over the Houston Astros in the AL West and also own a two-game lead over the Indians for the best overall record in the AL, which would earn them home field advantage in every postseason series (AL won this year’s All Star game, so AL winner also gets the home field edge in the Fall Classic). As for the 71-68 Seattle Mariners, they may be on the verge of looking towards the future. The Mariners are hopelessly 11 1/2 games behind the Rangers in the AL West and now sit five games behind Baltimore in the wild-card race, with the Tigers, Astros, Yankees and Royals between them and Baltimore.
Derek Holland (7-6, 4.57 ERA) takes the mound for Texas and Taijuan Walker (4-10, 4.60 ERA) for Seattle in the final contest of this four-game series at Safeco. Texas won the first two games of the series while scoring 24 runs but Seattle won last night, 8-3. Holland has won back-to-back starts and has allowed just three runs on 10 hits over 12 innings during that stretch. He now owns a 2.00 ERA in three starts since returning from a two-month absence because of a shoulder injury and historically has fared well vs Seattle, going 12-5 with a 3.56 ERA and 1.21 WHIP in 24 career appearances (20 starts / team is 12-8).
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Seattle’s Walker opened the season as one of the organization’s top prospects (as well as the team’s No. 2 starter!) but has just FOUR wins on the season, while Seattle has gone 7-13 (minus-$825) in his 20 starting assignments in 2016. What’s even more troubling is Walker serving up three HRs and getting torched for six runs (five earned) on six hits in two-thirds of an inning while losing to the Los Angeles Angels in his last outing. That leaves him 0-4 with a 9.55 ERA over his last five starts (team is 1-4) and he’s given up 23 HRs in only 103.2 innings of work this season.