The Seattle Mariners have won four of their last six games and have a season record of 55-47. This series’ Game 3 was won by Seattle on Saturday, 5-4. The Seattle pitching staff’s season stats include a 3.66 ERA, 1.22 WHIP, and a.238 opponents’ batting average. With a.235 batting average and a.317 on-base percentage, the Mariners offence has scored 414 runs. For the Mariners this year, Ty France is batting.308 with 13 home runs and 52 RBIs. George Kirby, who has pitched 69.1 innings this season and has a record of 2-3, 3.50 ERA, and 1.20 WHIP, is anticipated to start for Seattle.
The Houston Astros have dropped four of their previous six games and currently have a record of 66-36. In this series, Houston won Games 1 and 2 by scores of 4-2 and 11-1, respectively. With a 3.05 ERA, 1.10 WHIP, and.212 opponents’ batting average, Houston’s pitching staff is performing admirably. This season, the Astros offence has produced 458 runs while hitting just.241 with a.318 on-base percentage. For the Astros this year, Yordan Alvarez is batting.312 with 30 home runs and 69 RBI. Jake Odorizzi, who has tossed 53 innings this season and has a record of 4-3, 4.25 ERA, and 1.23 WHIP, is expected to start for Houston.
Seattle has a record of 22-6 in their previous 28 games and a 17-5 record in their last 22 series game fours. In Seattle’s previous 7 Sunday games, the under is 5-2. Houston is 39-19 in their past 58 home games and 10-2 in their last 12 games played on Sundays. In Houston’s previous 6 Sunday games, the under is 3-1-2. In the previous 16 head-to-head games between these two teams in Houston, the over is 12-4.
Seattle has been playing well lately and was able to take Game 3 of this series, but the Mariners are still 11 games back in the AL West behind Houston. Seattle is now in a wild card place, giving them a good chance to advance. Seattle will start George Kirby, who has thrown 16.1 innings and given up three runs in that time. Jake Odorizzi has given up nine runs in his last 17.1 innings of work for the Astros.
Free Pick: Seattle Mariners