They are going to try to beat the Cleveland Guardians (7-12) at Oakland Coliseum on Saturday. In this game, the Guardians are -155 favourites to win, while the Athletics are +35 favourites. With a.398 batting average and being called out on strikes 158 times, Cleveland has been hit on the balls more than 50 times and walked 52 times. They’ve had 81 RBIs and 159 hits this season, and their batting average is.247, which is good for second place in the league. The Guardians have hit 17 home runs and 32 doubles as a team, so they have a good record. It looks like they’ve scored 82 runs and have a.307 on-base percentage, which is good. 4.3 runs are scored by the Cleveland Guardians every game, which is good enough for 12th place in the league.
The relief pitchers for the Guardians have a save percentage of 50.0 percent and have pitched in 11 save situations. They have pitched in all of those situations. This season, the relievers have had to deal with 23 runners, and 26.1 percent of them have made it to base. During games with runners on base, relief pitchers for the Guardians have been on the mound 17 times. They have also been on the mound 22 times in high-stress situations. Since the start of the season, the Guardians have sent 63 relievers to the mound for them. It’s been a good season for the relievers, with 7 holds so far (25th in the league). So far this season, they’ve made two saves and missed two of their four chances to save.
As a team, the Guardians have played 1,473 innings on the field and made 71.1 percent of balls in play into outs, which ranks them 13th in professional baseball. So far this season, the Cleveland Guardians have 491 putouts, 158 assists, and 11 mistakes to their name. This is how it works: In baseball, they have a.983 fielding percentage, which is 19th. They have made 13 double plays.
At this point this season, Oakland has hit 16 home runs and racked up 64 runs. They’ve hit 29 doubles and walked 53 times, and they’ve scored 72 runs in the process, too. To sum up: The Oakland Athletics had an on-base percentage of.275 for the season. In each game, the Athletics average 3.79 runs. They have a slugging percentage of.337, which means they have a good chance to hit the ball (19th in MLB). Third in the league, they’ve thrown out 181 times. They have 128 hits.
As a team, the Athletics have a WHIP of 1.179 and a FIP of 3.70 this season. How many strikeouts are there in a game? 2.71. As many times as there were walks, there were 152. With 140 hits given up, they are currently 14th in MLB as a team. For example, they’ve given up 17 long balls and have scored 3.68 runs in each of their last nine innings (10th in MLB). They have given up 68 runs this season and have an ERA of 3.41. (63 earned runs given up).
The Oakland relievers have a 16.7% chance of scoring when they get 36 runners. These pitchers have pitched in high-stress situations 25 times and with runners on the field 26 times for them. With 28 chances to make a save, the Athletics have 19 holds and two bad ones to their name. They have used 70 bullpen pitchers this season, and they are 7th in MLB with a save rate of 77.8%. In 9 chances to save the game, Oakland relievers have come in and made 7 saves.
Since they’ve been playing for 1,500 innings, the Oakland A’s have been very good at protecting the ball 70.7 percent of the time (15th in baseball). With 17 double plays, the Oakland Athletics have a fielding percentage of.977, which means they make a lot of good plays (27th in the majors). They’ve had 175 assists this season, as well as 16 errors and 500 putouts, and they’re still going.
Pick: Take Oakland (+135)