A matchup between the Seattle Mariners (11–8 v. Miami Marlins, 10–8), will be held at Loan Depot Park on Saturday. To win this game, the Mariners are -125 favourites, while the Marlins are +105 favourites.
.394: Seattle has been hit by a pitch 158 times, but they’ve also been hit by balls and walked 82 times. They have scored 85 runs and hit 150 home runs this season, with a batting average of.235, so far. It has been a good year for the Mariners. They have hit 32 doubles and 20 balls out of the park together. They’ve scored 88 runs and have a.328 on-base percentage as a team, so they’re good at getting on base. For every game, the Seattle Mariners score 4.6 runs, which puts them in seventh place in the league.
In addition to 16 appearances with runners on base, bullpen pitchers for the Seattle Mariners have made 19 appearances in high-stakes games. They have ten holds so far this season (17th in the league). It has been 16 times that the Mariners’ bullpen pitchers have been called on to save a game. They have a 50.0 percent save rate. On the season, they have three saves. They have lost three of their six chances to keep the game from being over. On the season, the relievers have given up 17 runners, and 29.4% of them have scored for their team. So far this season, the Mariners have used 66 relievers, which is a lot.
It’s been a long season for the Seattle Mariners, but they have put out 504 batters, helped out 160 times, and made 11 mistakes. That puts them in 18th place in MLB, and they’ve made 20 double plays. It took the Mariners 1,512 innings to play on the field, and they turned 72.0 percent of balls hit into outs, which put them in seventh place in MLB.
They have an OBP of.320 and a batting average of.232 so far this season. In the MLB, they’ve been hit by pitches 172 times and have 139 hits this season. They’re 10th in the league. At the end of the season, Miami has 14 home runs and 65 RBIs to its name. With 3.83 runs per game, the Marlins are the third-best team in the league with a slugging percentage of.370 (18th in MLB). They have hit 28 two-baggers, as well as 69 free bases and 69 runs.
Team WHIP: 1.151; FIP: 3.51 Because they have given up 123 hits so far, they are the second-best pitchers in the league! They have given up 63 runs so far this season, and their team ERA is 3.06. (54 earned runs conceded). At this point, they have a 2.60 strikeout-to-walk rate (156 strikeouts vs 60 free passes). They’ve given up 14 home runs and 3.57 runs per nine innings so far this season (7th in the league).
Miami’s relief pitchers have come into the game with eight chances to save the game, and they have come out with seven saves. They have an 87.5 percent save rate, which is the best in the league, and they’ve used 67 bullpen pitchers this season. 21 times their relievers have come into the game with a lot of pressure on them, as well as 17 times when there were already runners on base. Relief pitchers in Miami have a 28.0 percent chance of scoring on the 25 runners they’ve given up to them. It took 23 save chances for the Marlins to get 14 holds and one of them went bad.
They have 17 double plays this season and a fielding percentage of.982 (22nd in the majors). They have had 163 assists, 12 errors, and 477 putouts so far this season. Their defence has been good in 71.8 percent of the 1,431 innings they have played (8th in MLB).
Pick: Take Miami (+105)