On Monday, the Seattle Mariners (12-14) will take on the Philadelphia Phillies (11-15) at T-Mobile Park.
Philadelphia’s slugging percentage is.403, and they’ve struck out 213 times while walking 79 times. So far this season, they have 106 runs batted in and 199 base knocks, with a.244 batting average. The Phillies have hit 44 doubles and 26 home runs as a club. They’ve scored 111 runs and have a.314 team on-base percentage. The Philadelphia Phillies are averaging 4.4 runs per game, which is good for 10th in the league.
Relief pitchers for the Phillies have entered the game 28 times with runners on base and 19 times in high-leverage situations. So far this season, relief pitchers have recorded 14 holds (13th in MLB). The Phillies bullpen has an 83.3 percent save rate and has appeared in 20 save situations this season. So far this season, they’ve made five saves and only missed one of their six save attempts. Over the course of the season, bullpen pitchers have inherited 49 runners, with 36.7 percent of them reaching base. So far this season, the Phillies have sent 85 bullpen pitchers to the mound.
This season, the Philadelphia Phillies had a total of 684 putouts, 247 assists, and 15 mistakes. They have 22 double plays and have a fielding percentage of.984, which ranks them 20th in the majors. Out of 2,052 innings, the Phillies have turned 68.9% of balls hit into play into outs, which ranks them 25th in MLB.
This season, Seattle has hit 24 home homers and driven in 101 runs. They’ve hit 37 two-baggers and walked 96 times while scoring 104 runs. The Seattle Mariners have a.317 on-base percentage and a.231 team batting average this season. The Mariners have a.374 team slugging percentage and average 4.16 runs per game (16th in baseball). They’ve been hit by pitches 203 times (20th in the league) and have 191 base hits.
Over the course of the season, the Mariners have a team WHIP of 1.244 and a FIP of 4.24. With 188 total hits allowed, they rank 17th in MLB as a pitching staff. This season, Seattle’s pitching staff has allowed 96 runs while maintaining a 3.48 ERA (84 earned runs given up). The K/BB ratio for this team is 2.51. (206 strikeouts against 82 walks). They’ve surrendered 30 long balls and 3.98 runs per nine innings (10th in baseball).
With 17 save opportunities, the Mariners have 11 holds and three blown saves on their hands. In six save opportunities, Seattle has called on relievers to pitch, and they have come away with three saves. Their bullpen has entered the game 19 times in high-leverage situations and 18 times with runners on base. Seattle relievers have a 30.0 percent inherited scoring percentage on 20 inherited runners. They are 29th in MLB with a save percentage of 50.0 percent and have used 85 relievers this season.
The Mariners have turned 23 double plays and have a.986 fielding percentage (15th in the majors). On the season, the Mariners have 212 assists, 13 mistakes, and 678 putouts. The Mariners have a 71.5 percent defensive efficiency in 2,034 innings on the field (9th in professional baseball).
Pick: Take Seattle