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MLB : ATS Matchup
Thursday 9/17/2020Line$ LineOU LineScore
-1.5  +115

+1.5  -135



SAN FRANCISCO (24 - 24) at SEATTLE (22 - 27)
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Thursday, 9/17/2020 4:10 PM
Board OpeningLatest
919SAN FRANCISCO-140Ov 9,-105-125Ov 9,-120
920SEATTLE+130Un 9,-115+115Un 9,+100
SAN FRANCISCO - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games24-24+9.925-205.10.2680.3270.4550.7835.00.2420.3180.4240.742
Road Games10-15+2.611-124.60.2600.3060.4280.7345.10.2470.3260.4340.760
vs Left-handed Starters12-8+10.911-75.50.2800.3440.4800.8244.70.2400.3180.4340.752
Past 7 Games4-3+13-44.40.2640.3050.4410.7463.70.2220.3130.3400.653
Grass Games22-23+8.624-185.20.2680.3290.4550.7835.20.2460.3220.4310.753
Day Games5-10-26-93.60.2240.2830.3880.6725.30.2680.3460.4820.827
SAN FRANCISCO - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games5.10.2680.3274816294378912640.4552381433981432047353623
Road Games4.60.2600.30625860224445300.42811157216915725241811
Lefty Starters5.50.2800.34420690193355310.480107681677146199145
SAN FRANCISCO - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games4.531.362188.710795167309016515-1211761.1%
Road Games4.591.367985850841650797-87558.3%

SEATTLE - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games22-27+5.229-194.30.2300.3070.3830.6915.30.2440.3200.4290.749
Home Games12-10+4.811-104.10.2150.2910.3610.6524.80.2210.2930.4070.701
vs Left-handed Starters7-10+0.510-73.80.2080.2890.3560.6445.80.2390.3150.4440.759
Past 7 Games3-4+0.26-13.90.2120.3140.3800.6946.10.2780.3460.4570.803
Grass Games20-26+3.427-184.20.2300.3060.3810.6875.50.2460.3210.4380.759
Day Games10-7+7.96-104.10.2150.2880.3860.6743.90.2130.2890.3620.651
SEATTLE - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.30.2300.307491578363765520.3832031764284431436203135
Home Games4.10.2150.29122684147321220.3618773191161361271316
Lefty Starters3.80.2080.28917523109241170.356605915610101131169
SEATTLE - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games6.221.53717512312117335961685-813668.4%
Home Games6.031.45577.75452731640751-210190.9%
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
9/4/2020ANDERSON(L)ARIZONACLARKE(R)5-6L-1308.5 ovO121101281
9/5/2020CAHILL(R)ARIZONABUMGARNER(L)4-3W-1409 ovU990660
9/6/2020CUETO(R)ARIZONAYOUNG(L)4-2W-1559 ovU1060880
9/7/2020GAUSMAN(R)ARIZONAGALLEN(R)4-2W-1157.5 evU641371
9/8/2020WEBB(R)SEATTLENEWSOME(R)6-5W-1659 unO11501080
9/9/2020ANDERSON(L)SEATTLEMARGEVICIUS(L)10-1W-1459 unO1371570
9/10/2020CAHILL(R)@ SAN DIEGOPADDACK(R)1-6L1709 unU851730
9/13/2020CUETO(R)@ SAN DIEGOCLEVINGER(R)0-6L1656.5 evU221840
9/13/2020WEBB(R)@ SAN DIEGORICHARDS(R)1-3L1456.5 ovU350631
9/16/2020SMYLY(L)@ SEATTLENEWSOME(R)9-3W-1259 ovO15806110
9/19/2020 @ OAKLAND  
9/20/2020 @ OAKLAND  
9/21/2020 COLORADO  
9/22/2020 COLORADO  
9/23/2020 COLORADO  
9/24/2020 COLORADO  

SEATTLE - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
9/4/2020KIKUCHI(L)TEXASCODY(R)6-3W-1308.5 evO780521
9/5/2020SHEFFIELD(L)TEXASGIBSON(R)5-3W-1358.5 unU10901050
9/6/2020DUNN(R)TEXASLYLES(R)4-3W-1309 ovU440760
9/7/2020GONZALES(L)TEXASALLARD(L)8-4W-1508 evO760640
9/8/2020NEWSOME(R)@ SAN FRANCISCOWEBB(R)5-6L1559 unO10801150
9/11/2020KIKUCHI(L)@ ARIZONASMITH(L)3-4L-1109 ovU330741
9/12/2020SHEFFIELD(L)@ ARIZONAGALLEN(R)7-3W1458.5 ovO1060770
9/13/2020DUNN(R)@ ARIZONAWEAVER(R)7-3W1409.5 unO970590
9/14/2020GONZALES(L)OAKLANDLUZARDO(L)6-5W+1456 unO972660
9/14/2020YACABONIS(R)OAKLANDMINOR(L)0-9L+1507 ovO2201180
9/16/2020NEWSOME(R)SAN FRANCISCOSMYLY(L)3-9L+1159 ovO61101580
9/20/2020DUNN(R)SAN DIEGO  
9/22/2020 HOUSTON  
9/23/2020 HOUSTON  
Mariners get another shot at Giants' Anderson

The Seattle Mariners couldn't solve San Francisco left-hander Tyler Anderson under an orange sky at night last week. Perhaps they'll get some better looks against him in the daylight.

Anderson (2-3, 4.50 ERA) will make his second consecutive start against the Mariners on Thursday afternoon, again taking the mound against them in San Francisco. He pitched six scoreless innings against the M's in San Francisco on Sept. 9. The Giants won that game 10-1.

The current two-game interleague series was originally scheduled for Tuesday-Wednesday in Seattle, but unhealthy air from wildfires in the Pacific Northwest forced the series to be delayed a day and moved to the Bay Area. The Mariners are the home team for both games.

"That is a funky left-hander. He's got a lot of moving parts," Mariners manager Scott Servais said of Anderson. "We knew coming into (last Wednesday's) game kind of what he was going to do, but deception means a lot in this game. When you're not used to seeing a guy very often, he was a little funky and he pitched a good ballgame."

Anderson, who is 1-1 with a 4.24 ERA in three career starts against Seattle, will try to use lessons learned after facing Arizona in three consecutive starts before taking on Seattle.

Anderson had mixed results in three outings against the Diamondbacks in a 13-day span. He pitched his first career complete game Aug. 22 before giving up 11 runs over 8 2/3 innings in the next two outings.

Anderson, who missed most of the 2019 season while rehabilitating from left knee surgery, blamed himself for the struggles.

"I ran into myself," Anderson said. "I pitched well, and then not having pitched a lot over the last year and a half and only have a few starts in there, it just seemed like I wanted to try something different. Like, 'OK, now I'm going to do this,' instead of just trusting like, 'Hey, your stuff is fine, just do what you do.' I think that was more of a product of not pitching in a while and not trusting myself."

The Giants (24-24) snapped a three-game losing streak with a 9-3 victory against the "host" Mariners on Wednesday as Brandon Belt, Evan Longoria and Brandon Crawford hit home runs and seven Giants pitchers combined to strike out 17.

This was the third schedule disruption for the Giants in the pandemic-shortened season. They've also had games postponed by a protest of the police shooting of Jacob Blake and a COVID-19 scare that was ultimately the result of a false positive test.

"We knew there were going to be challenges," Giants manager Gabe Kapler said. "We knew there would be situations we haven't had to deal with in major league seasons past. We have to be good within the construct of whatever the season hands us."

The Mariners are scheduled to start left-hander Nick Margevicius (1-3, 5.34) in the series finale. Margevicius took the loss in the 10-1 drubbing last week, allowing seven runs on six hits in 4 2/3 innings, with three walks and six strikeouts. Margevicius is 1-2 with a 5.17 ERA in three career starts against San Francisco.

--Field Level Media

Last Updated: 10/28/2020 7:50:08 PM EST

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