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MLB : ATS Matchup
Monday 7/26/2021Line$ LineOU LineScore
-1.5  -115

+1.5  -105



HOUSTON (61 - 39) at SEATTLE (54 - 46)
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Monday, 7/26/2021 10:10 PM
Board OpeningLatest
915HOUSTON-160Ov 8.5,-115-165Ov 8.5,-115
916SEATTLE+150Un 8.5,-105+155Un 8.5,-105
HOUSTON - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games61-39+3.755-425.30.2640.3360.4340.7693.90.2200.2910.3730.665
Road Games27-19+4.924-195.60.2710.3370.4400.7783.80.2210.2930.3730.666
vs Right-handed Starters37-22+1.133-265.40.2700.3470.4540.8024.00.2240.2930.3760.669
Past 7 Games5-2+1.53-44.40.2220.2950.3920.6862.90.1980.2750.3170.592
Grass Games59-38+353-415.40.2650.3360.4350.7713.90.2210.2920.3770.669
Night Games44-24+6.939-275.50.2720.3440.4460.7914.00.2220.2920.3720.664
HOUSTON - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games5.30.2640.336100339389718161270.4345143647493769884416228
Road Games5.60.2710.337461619439891610.4402471623641432944182911
Righty Starters5.40.2700.3475920125441104840.4543072374352644849274122
HOUSTON - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games4.001.295339.71781512904815036919-19231560.5%
Road Games4.141.374134.7756212316621426-11121054.5%

SEATTLE - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games54-46+22.749-464.10.2180.2870.3790.6664.60.2450.3100.4070.718
Home Games32-21+13.821-283.80.2030.2800.3540.6344.00.2200.2810.3690.650
vs Right-handed Starters33-31+1035-274.10.2130.2860.3770.6634.90.2530.3160.4290.745
Past 7 Games5-2+4.22-54.30.2120.2820.3810.6634.00.2480.3190.4170.736
Grass Games54-46+22.749-464.10.2180.2870.3790.6664.60.2450.3100.4070.718
Night Games32-33+4.635-274.20.2190.2890.3860.6755.00.2610.3210.4350.756
SEATTLE - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.10.2180.287100323270313761240.3793933159564260146577861
Home Games3.80.2030.280531649335655580.3541951755102530126253431
Righty Starters4.10.2130.286642055437954780.3772522126012738231385338
SEATTLE - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games4.001.2183851891713333513639226-14281762.2%
Home Games3.201.035210.68075158186021618-514766.7%
HOUSTON - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
7/16/2021MCCULLERS JR.(R)@ CHI WHITE SOXCEASE(R)7-1W-1259 unU1091330
7/17/2021ODORIZZI(R)@ CHI WHITE SOXGIOLITO(R)1-10L1009 unO3201280
7/18/2021VALDEZ(L)@ CHI WHITE SOXRODON(L)0-4L1258 unU110760
7/19/2021GREINKE(R)CLEVELANDMEJIA(R)4-3W-2059 ovU980880
7/20/2021GARCIA(R)CLEVELANDMCKENZIE(R)9-3W-2108.5 ovO1470980
7/21/2021MCCULLERS JR.(R)CLEVELANDMORGAN(R)4-5L-2508.5 evO621881
7/23/2021ODORIZZI(R)TEXASALLARD(L)7-3W-2008.5 ovO860661
7/24/2021VALDEZ(L)TEXASGIBSON(R)4-1W-2108 evU571281
7/25/2021GREINKE(R)TEXASHEARN(L)3-1W-2558.5 ovU440560

SEATTLE - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
7/16/2021FLEXEN(R)@ LA ANGELSHEANEY(L)6-5W1309 unO12521280
7/17/2021KIKUCHI(L)@ LA ANGELSCOBB(R)4-9L1258.5 unO101101460
7/18/2021GILBERT(R)@ LA ANGELSSANDOVAL(L)7-4W1258.5 ovO860991
7/20/2021GONZALES(L)@ COLORADOMARQUEZ(R)6-4W16511 ovU10701180
7/21/2021MIDDLETON(R)@ COLORADOGOMBER(L)3-6L13011 evU520640
7/22/2021FLEXEN(R)OAKLANDMANAEA(L)1-4L+1307.5 ovU47011140
7/23/2021KIKUCHI(L)OAKLANDMONTAS(R)4-3W+1057.5 ovU750760
7/24/2021GILBERT(R)OAKLANDBASSITT(R)5-4W+1107.5 evO761640
7/25/2021GONZALES(L)OAKLANDIRVIN(L)4-3W+1208.5 ovU770760
8/2/2021()@ TAMPA BAY() 
HOUSTON: He's Here: RHP Jake Odorizzi, C Jason Castro, RHP Pedro B'ez, RHP Ryne Stanek, RHP Steve Cishek, OF Steven Souza Jr.
He's Outta Here: CF George Springer, OF Josh Reddick, RHP Roberto Osuna, RHP Chris Devenski, RHP Brad Peacock, LHP Cionel Perez, RHP Cy Sneed.
Projected Lineup: 2B Jose Altuve (.219, 5 HRs, 18 RBIs), LF Michael Brantley (.300, 5, 22, 15 2Bs), SS Carlos Correa (.264, 5, 25), 3B Alex Bregman (.242, 6, 22), DH Yordan 'lvarez (.250, 1, 4 in 2 games), RF Kyle Tucker (.268, 9, 42, 6 3Bs), 1B Yuli Gurriel (.232, 6, 22, 12 2Bs), CF Myles Straw (.207, 0, 8), C Mart'n Maldonado (.215, 6, 24).
Rotation: RH Zack Greinke (3-3, 4.03 ERA), RH Lance McCullers Jr. (3-3, 3.93), RH Jake Odorizzi (0-1, 6.59 in 4 starts for Twins), RH Cristian Javier (5-2, 3.48), RH Jose Urquidy (1-1, 2.73 in 5 starts).
Key Relievers: RH Ryan Pressly (1-3, 3.43, 12 saves), RH Steve Cishek (0-0, 5.40 for White Sox), RH Joe Smith (opted out of 2020 season), RH Pedro B'ez (0-0, 3.18 for Dodgers), RH Josh James (1-0, 7.27).
Outlook: The Astros seek their fourth AL West title in five seasons after keeping last year's team that came a win shy of the World Series largely intact. They relied on a bevy of talented young pitchers to carry them in a season when ace Justin Verlander made just one start. One of those starters, Framber Valdez, broke a finger on his pitching hand in spring training and could miss significant time. That leaves McCullers, Urquidy and Javier needing to take another step forward this season with Verlander out all year after undergoing Tommy John surgery. The rotation got a late boost when Houston added Odorizzi. The 2019 All-Star gives the Astros a veteran to pair with the 37-year-old Greinke and provide stability as some of the young arms develop. They'll have a huge hole in the lineup after leadoff hitter and center fielder Springer signed a $150 million, six-year contract with the Blue Jays after spending his first seven major league seasons in Houston. The Astros brought back veteran outfielder Brantley, who signed a two-year deal to stay with the team, and their offense should get a boost with the return of Alvarez. The 2019 AL Rookie of the Year is healthy after missing all but two games last season after being diagnosed with COVID-19 before having knee surgery. His return should help make up for the loss of Springer in a lineup that also features Bregman, Altuve and Correa, who powered the offense in the playoffs with six homers and 17 RBIs. The Astros announced in January that they would allow about 10,000 fans per game at Minute Maid Park early this season. But they could increase that number before opening day in the wake of the Texas Rangers' decision to allow 100% capacity at their ballpark after Gov. Greg Abbott lifted coronavirus restrictions in the state.
SEATTLE: He's Here: LHP James Paxton, RHP Rafael Montero, RHP Keynan Middleton, RHP Chris Flexen, OF Mitch Haniger, OF Taylor Trammell, RHP Logan Gilbert.
He's Outta Here: INF/OF Tim Lopes, INF/OF Dee Strange-Gordon, OF Mallex Smith, RHP Yoshihisa Hirano, RHP Carl Edwards Jr.
Projected Lineup: SS J.P. Crawford (.255, 2 HRs, 24 RBIs), RF Mitch Haniger (.220, 15, 32 in 63 games in 2019), CF Kyle Lewis (.262, 11, 28, .801 OPS, AL Rookie of the Year), 3B Kyle Seager (.241, 9, 40), DH Ty France (.305, 4, 23 in 20 games with San Diego and 23 with Seattle), 1B Evan White (.176, 8, 26, 84 Ks), 2B Dylan Moore (.255, 8, 17), C Tom Murphy (.273, 18, 40 in 75 games in 2019) or Luis Torrens (.257, 1, 6 in 25 games with San Diego and Seattle), LF Taylor Trammell (.234, 10, 43 at Double-A in 2019) or Jake Fraley (.154, 0, 0 in 7 games).
Rotation: LH Marco Gonzales (7-2, 3.10 ERA, 64 Ks, 7 walks in 69 2/3 innings), LH Yusei Kikuchi (2-4, 5.17), LH James Paxton (1-1, 6.64 in 5 starts with Yankees), RH Chris Flexen (8-4, 3.01 in 21 starts for Doosan in KBO), LH Justus Sheffield (4-3, 3.58 in 10 starts), RH Justin Dunn (4-1, 4.34) or LH Nick Margevicius (2-3, 4.57).
Key Relievers: RH Rafael Montero (0-1, 4.08, 8/8 saves with Texas), RH Kendall Graveman (1-3, 5.79), RH Keynan Middleton (0-1, 5.25 in 13 games with Angels), LH Anthony Misiewicz (0-2, 4.05).
Outlook: The Mariners believe they are on the cusp of contention and this season will be the litmus test of whether that's accurate, or if their rebuild still has more stages to come. Lewis is the first Rookie of the Year for Seattle since Ichiro Suzuki in 2001 and combined with Gold Glove winners Crawford and White gives the Mariners a solid defensive foundation. The starting rotation has potential if Paxton can rediscover his past form and if the Mariners have unearthed a gem in Flexen. Bullpen has been remade, and along with depth of the batting order, will be key in just how competitive Seattle is in 2021. There is still the pending arrivals of prospects Jarred Kelenic, Logan Gilbert, Cal Raleigh and Julio Rodriguez on the horizon that Seattle believes could push its rebuild into being contenders. When and if they arrive in 2021 could be the difference in Seattle ending the longest playoff drought in baseball or if there will be at least one more year of waiting. The Mariners will open the season with a capacity of 9,000 fans at T-Mobile Park.

Last Updated: 9/19/2021 11:21:15 AM EST

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