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MLB : ATS Matchup
Thursday 7/22/2021Line$ LineOU LineScore
-1.5  +115

+1.5  -135



TAMPA BAY (57 - 39) at CLEVELAND (48 - 45)
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Thursday, 7/22/2021 7:10 PM
Board OpeningLatest
911TAMPA BAY-135Ov 9,+100-130Ov 9.5,-105
912CLEVELAND+125Un 9,-120+120Un 9.5,-115
TAMPA BAY - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games57-39+12.453-394.90.2300.3070.3970.7044.00.2270.2860.3840.670
Road Games27-21+7.130-155.30.2300.3040.4040.7094.80.2470.3060.4280.733
vs Right-handed Starters34-22+8.335-195.40.2440.3220.4230.7454.10.2260.2850.3810.665
Past 7 Games4-3-0.75-24.30.2190.2810.3950.6755.10.2560.3070.4190.726
Grass Games25-20+628-145.30.2300.3060.4030.7094.80.2460.3040.4280.732
Night Games29-27-5.830-254.50.2220.3050.3750.6804.40.2400.2990.4000.699
TAMPA BAY - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.90.2300.307963243746166121170.3974463619755966733495949
Road Games5.30.2300.304481692389905650.4042431814893232721233425
Righty Starters5.40.2440.3225618994641108710.4232862185773939724232826
TAMPA BAY - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games3.321.1454071731503344313244134-1826974.3%
Road Games3.961.295197.710287187266921818-1015671.4%

CLEVELAND - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games48-45+2.250-384.30.2300.2910.3970.6884.50.2370.3110.4130.723
Home Games24-19+1.723-164.60.2380.3030.4130.7174.50.2350.3080.4120.721
vs Right-handed Starters31-26+5.124-293.90.2300.2860.3820.6694.10.2340.3090.3900.699
Past 7 Games4-3+3.44-35.10.2730.3180.4570.7754.60.2580.3030.4530.756
Grass Games48-42+5.248-374.40.2310.2920.4000.6924.40.2340.3090.4080.717
Night Games30-27+4.232-214.60.2340.2940.3910.6854.60.2410.3040.4230.727
CLEVELAND - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.30.2300.291933028696136131150.3973832617974655058495630
Home Games4.60.2380.303431364324688520.4131901293471825829283113
Righty Starters3.90.2300.286571841424799610.3822131444983334334273519
CLEVELAND - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games3.351.266344.31441282804115641721-14251071.4%
Home Games2.771.2231666351125207821113-69375%
TAMPA BAY - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
7/9/2021MCCLANAHAN(L)TORONTOMANOAH(R)7-1W-1258.5 ovU890571
7/10/2021YARBROUGH(L)TORONTOSTRIPLING(R)5-2W-1109 unU761670
7/11/2021HILL(L)TORONTORAY(L)1-3L+1108.5 ovU330650
7/16/2021WACHA(R)@ ATLANTAMORTON(R)7-6W1158.5 ovO121401080
7/17/2021FLEMING(L)@ ATLANTAFRIED(L)0-9L1008.5 evO4611150
7/18/2021HILL(L)@ ATLANTASMYLY(L)7-5W1009 unO83112100
7/19/2021YARBROUGH(L)BALTIMOREWATKINS(R)1-6L-2859 unU561960
7/20/2021MCCLANAHAN(L)BALTIMOREMEANS(L)9-3W-2007.5 evO1034682
7/21/2021WACHA(R)BALTIMOREWELLS(L)5-4W-2208.5 ovO980952
7/29/2021()NY YANKEES() 

CLEVELAND - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
7/8/2021PLESAC(R)KANSAS CITYDUFFY(L)7-4W-1309 ovO971840
7/9/2021MCKENZIE(R)KANSAS CITYKELLER(R)2-1W-1409.5 ovU561441
7/10/2021QUANTRILL(R)KANSAS CITYMINOR(L)14-6W-1259 ovO1732961
7/16/2021MORGAN(R)@ OAKLANDMANAEA(L)4-5L1758 ovO84012100
7/17/2021QUANTRILL(R)@ OAKLANDMONTAS(R)3-2W1609 unU870790
7/18/2021PLESAC(R)@ OAKLANDBASSITT(R)4-2W1558 unU981431
7/19/2021MEJIA(R)@ HOUSTONGREINKE(R)3-4L1879 ovU880980
7/20/2021MCKENZIE(R)@ HOUSTONGARCIA(R)3-9L1908.5 ovO9801470
7/21/2021MORGAN(R)@ HOUSTONMCCULLERS JR.(R)5-4W2258.5 evO881621
TAMPA BAY: He's Here: RHP Michael Wacha, RHP Chris Archer, LHP Rich Hill, RHP Collin McHugh, C Francisco Mejia.
He's Outta Here: LHP Blake Snell, RHP Charlie Morton, OF Hunter Renfroe, RHP Aaron Slegers, 1B Nate Lowe, LHP Aaron Loup, LHP Jose Alvarado, 1B Brian O'Grady, LHP Sean Gilmartin.
Projected Lineup: RF Austin Meadows (.205, 4 HRs, 13 RBIs), 2B Brandon Lowe (.269, 14, 37), LF Randy Arozarena (.281, 7, 11 in 42 regular-season games; .377, 10, 14 in 20 postseason games), 1B Ji-Man Choi (.230, 3, 16), 3B Yandy Diaz (.307, 2, 11), DH Manuel Margot (.269, 1, 11) or Yoshi Tsutsugo (.197, 8, 24), CF Kevin Kiermaier (.217, 3, 22), SS Willy Adames (.259, 8, 23), C Mike Zunino (.147, 4, 10).
Rotation: RH Tyler Glasnow (5-1, 4.08 ERA), LH Ryan Yarbrough (1-4, 3.56), RH Chris Archer (3-9, 5.19 for Pirates in 2019), RH Michael Wacha (1-4, 6.62 for Mets), LH Rich Hill (2-2, 3.03 for Twins).
Key Relievers: RH Nick Anderson (2-1, 0.55, 6/6 saves), RH Diego Castillo (3-0, 1.66, 4 saves), RH Pete Fairbanks (6-3, 2.70), RH Collin McHugh (4-5, 4.70 for Astros in 2019), LH Cody Reed (0-1, 4.50 with Reds and Rays), RH Ryan Thompson (1-2, 4.44), RH Chaz Roe (2-0, 2.89), LH Josh Fleming (5-0, 2.78 in 7 appearances, 5 starts).
Outlook: The defending AL champions hope to build on last year's run to the World Series, where the Rays lost to the Dodgers in six games. Expectations remain high for 2021 despite having to replace their top two starting pitchers after declining a $15 million option on Morton and trading Snell, a former AL Cy Young Award winner, to San Diego. The team is counting on Glasnow to step into a leading role, with offseason acquisitions Wacha, Archer and Hill filling openings in a revamped rotation. A versatile lineup will be largely the same, with rookie Arozarena getting more playing time after a breakout postseason and Cash continuing to make liberal use of a deep bench. The offense averaged 4.82 runs per game during the pandemic-shortened 2020 season, its best showing in 10 years, and could be even better if Meadows, Choi and Diaz rebound from injuries that hampered their production last year. Nevertheless, the Rays thrive on pitching and defense. A major league-high 12 pitchers earned saves last season, tying a big league record, and the bullpen ' fortified by the addition of McHugh ' figures to be a difference-maker again.
CLEVELAND: He's Here: OF Eddie Rosario, INF Andr's Gim'nez, INF Amed Rosario, RHP Bryan Shaw, OF Harold Ramirez.
He's Outta Here: SS Francisco Lindor, RHP Carlos Carrasco, 1B Carlos Santana, LHP Brad Hand, OF Tyler Naquin, LHP Oliver P'rez, RHP Adam Cimber, OF Delino DeShields Jr., INF Mike Freeman.
Projected Lineup: 2B C'sar Hern'ndez (.283, 3 HRs, 20 RBIs, 35 runs), CF 'scar Mercado (.128, 1, 6 in 36 games), LF Eddie Rosario (.257, 13, 42 with Minnesota), 3B Jos' Ram'rez (292, 17, 46, 45 runs, 10 steals, .993 OPS), DH Franmil Reyes (.275, 9, 35, 69 Ks), Jake Bauers (spent 2020 season at alternate training site) or 1B Bobby Bradley (spent 2020 at alternate training site), RF Josh Naylor (.247, 1, 6 in 40 games for Padres and Indians) or Jordan Luplow (.192, 2, 8 in 29 games), C Roberto P'rez (.165 1, 5 in 32 games, won Gold Glove), SS Andr's Gim'nez (.263, 3, 12 in 49 games for Mets).
Rotation: RH Shane Bieber (8-1, 1.63 ERA, 122 Ks, led majors in all three categories), RH Zach Plesac (4-2, 2.28, 57 Ks in 55 1/3 innings), RH Aaron Civale (4-6, 4.74), RH Triston McKenzie (2-1, 3.24), RH Cal Quantrill (2-0, 2.28 in 18 games for Padres and Indians) or LH Logan Allen (3.38, 3 games).
Key Relievers: RH James Karinchak (1-2, 2.67, 53 Ks in 27 innings), RH Emmanuel Clase (2-3, 2.31 in 2019 for Rangers, suspended in 2020 for PEDs), RH Nick Wittgren (2-0, 3.43 in 20 games), RH Phil Maton (3-3, 4.47 in 23 games), LH Oliver P'rez (1-1, 2.00 in 21 games, .185 vs. lefties), RH Adam Plutko (2-2, 4.88), RH Bryan Shaw (1-0, 18.00 in 6 innings for Mariners).
Outlook: Expectations have fallen following Lindor's trade this winter, but the Indians believe they have enough talent to compete for the AL Central title. They certainly have the pitching. At just 25, Bieber has become one of baseball's best starters, and the right-hander anchors a staff with big arms but limited experience. Karinchak is the new closer following Hand's departure, and Clase, with his 100 mph fastball, gives Francona another back-end weapon. Ram'rez was more consistent than Lindor last season, and he'll need to carry an even heavier offensive load. Eddie Rosario's signing to a one-year contract ' he pounded Cleveland pitching with Minnesota ' should offset some of the power lost with Lindor and Santana leaving, and he brings needed quality to an unsettled outfield. Francona's return after missing most of last season due to health issues is another positive for the Indians, who will probably be known by another name in 2022. Cleveland will host fans in April at 30% capacity at 34,788-seat Progressive Field.

Last Updated: 11/28/2023 4:06:54 PM EST.

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