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MLB : Run Line Matchup
Friday 7/30/2021Line$ LineOU LineScore
-1.5  -105

+1.5  -115



SEATTLE (55 - 48) at TEXAS (36 - 66)
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Friday, 7/30/2021 8:05 PM
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SEATTLE - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games55-48+22.252-464.20.2190.2890.3810.6704.80.2480.3130.4130.726
Road Games22-25+8.828-184.40.2320.2950.4040.6995.40.2730.3430.4520.796
vs Left-handed Starters21-15+12.714-194.20.2260.2880.3820.6714.10.2300.3000.3680.667
Past 7 Games4-3+1.94-35.00.2250.3100.3880.6975.90.2800.3440.4760.820
Grass Games55-48+22.252-464.20.2190.2890.3810.6704.80.2480.3130.4130.726
Night Games33-34+5.237-274.30.2210.2910.3890.6805.10.2630.3230.4390.762
SEATTLE - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.20.2190.289103333572913961300.3814143299864362147587963
Road Games4.40.2320.295471583368721660.4041981404461730020324430
Lefty Starters4.20.2260.288361177266422460.3821411033551521915192523
SEATTLE - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games4.061.2383991981803493614540227-14291763%
Road Games4.961.440174.31099617517761768-9141058.3%

TEXAS - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games36-66-18.249-483.80.2240.2890.3690.6584.90.2570.3190.4350.754
Home Games23-26+0.220-264.00.2330.2950.3840.6794.30.2420.2990.3980.697
vs Right-handed Starters19-46-22.330-303.80.2210.2870.3650.6525.00.2590.3230.4320.755
Past 7 Games1-6-5.13-42.70.1700.2700.2660.5364.60.2080.3010.4210.722
Grass Games33-65-22.347-463.80.2230.2880.3680.6555.00.2590.3210.4400.761
Night Games23-41-9.736-284.00.2270.2850.3820.6675.10.2620.3260.4500.775
TEXAS - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games3.80.2240.2891023368756124151110.3693733059075764068596437
Home Games4.00.2330.295491591371625560.3841851394102629737293213
Righty Starters3.80.2210.287652171480778730.3652362005954341740434226
TEXAS - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games4.481.3323742081863525014637516-23181358.1%
Home Games3.651.1951858875159206217210-1012763.2%
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
7/26/2021MCCAUGHAN(R)HOUSTONGARCIA(R)11-8W+1558.5 ovO9201071
7/27/2021FLEXEN(R)HOUSTONMCCULLERS JR.(R)6-8L+1458 ovO9701580
7/28/2021KIKUCHI(L)HOUSTONODORIZZI(R)4-11L+1008.5 ovO811115110
8/6/2021()@ NY YANKEES() 

TEXAS - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
7/16/2021LYLES(R)@ TORONTORAY(L)2-10L2259.5 unO6801040
7/18/2021ALLARD(L)@ TORONTORYU(L)0-5L1858 unU340840
7/18/2021FOLTYNEWICZ(R)@ TORONTOMATZ(L)0-10L1858 evO330810
7/19/2021GIBSON(R)@ DETROITMIZE(R)0-14L-1109 evO4521990
7/20/2021DUNNING(R)@ DETROITSKUBAL(L)1-4L1058.5 ovU420950
7/21/2021LYLES(R)@ DETROITMANNING(R)2-4L1059.5 unU560730
7/22/2021FOLTYNEWICZ(R)@ DETROITALEXANDER(L)5-7L1309.5 unO791740
7/23/2021ALLARD(L)@ HOUSTONODORIZZI(R)3-7L1858.5 ovO661860
7/24/2021GIBSON(R)@ HOUSTONVALDEZ(L)1-4L1908 evU281571
7/25/2021HEARN(L)@ HOUSTONGREINKE(R)1-3L2308.5 ovU560440
7/27/2021DUNNING(R)ARIZONAWIDENER(R)5-4W-1408.5 unO680840
7/28/2021LYLES(R)ARIZONABUMGARNER(L)2-3L-1109 unU660320
8/6/2021()@ OAKLAND() 
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.
TEXAS: He's Here: RHP Kohei Arihara, LF David Dahl, DH/OF Khris Davis, RHP Dane Dunning, INF Brock Holt, 1B Nate Lowe, RHP Mike Foltynewicz, GM Chris Young.
He's Outta Here: SS Elvis Andrus, RHP Jesse Chavez, LF Shin-Soo Choo, INF Derek Dietrich, RHP Corey Kluber, RHP Lance Lynn, C Jeff Mathis, RHP Rafael Montero, INF/OF Danny Santana.
Projected Lineup: CF Leody Taveras (.227, 4 HRs, 6 RBIs, 8 SBs), SS Isiah Kiner-Falefa (.280, 3, 10, 8 SBs), RF Joey Gallo (.181, 10, 26), LF David Dahl (.183, 0, 9 in 24 games for Rockies), 3B Rougned Odor (.167. 10, 30), DH Khris Davis (.200, 2, 10 in 30 games for Athletics), 2B Nick Solak (.268, 2, 23), 1B Ronald Guzman (.244, 4, 9), C Jose Trevino (.250, 2, 9). Rotation (including two likely tandem-starter spots): RH Kyle Gibson (2-6, 5.35 ERA), RH Mike Foltynewicz (0-1, 16.20 in 1 start for Braves), RH Kohei Arihara (8-9, 3.80 in 132 2/3 IP for Nippon Ham Fighters in Japan Pacific League), RH Dane Dunning (2-0, 3.97 in 7 starts for White Sox), LH Wes Benjamin (2-1, 2.48), RH Jordan Lyles (1-6, 7.02), LH Kolby Allard (0-6, 7.75).
Key Relievers: RH Jose Leclerc (0-0, 4.50 in 2 games), LH Brett Martin (0-0, 3.63), LH Joely Rodriguez (0-0, 2.13), RH Ian Kennedy (0-2, 9.00 with Royals), RH Matt Bush (no MLB appearances since 2018 after Tommy John surgery), LH Taylor Hearn (0-0, 3.63).
Outlook: The Rangers are in a rebuilding mode that began last season when they finished an AL-worst 22-38 and traded away workhorse starters Lynn and Mike Minor. There is uncertainty in a rotation that might utilize seven pitchers for five starting spots, two filled by two-pitcher tandems. Leclerc, still unestablished as a closer, is coming back from a shoulder injury and Jonathan Hernandez, maybe the team's best reliever, is shut down from throwing until at least early April because of a ligament sprain in his right elbow. Several veterans in the lineup are coming off horrendous offensive seasons, including OFs Gallo (who did win a Gold Glove in right field) and Dahl, who wasn't even offered a new contract by Colorado over the winter after being an NL All-Star in 2019. There has been an infield shuffle, with Kiner-Falefa set to be the first opening day shortstop in 13 seasons other than Andrus. The young Hawaiian shifted over after winning a Gold Glove at third base last season. Long-struggling Odor is still in the lineup, at third base instead of second, where Solak is getting his shot to be an everyday player. With Texas now allowing businesses in the state to operate at 100% capacity, the Rangers are preparing for a potential full house of 40,518 fans for their home opener at Globe Life Field on April 5 against Toronto. They could be the first team in any major U.S.-based sports league with a full-capacity crowd since the coronavirus pandemic started altering the sports landscape more than a year ago.

Last Updated: 4/15/2024 6:42:21 AM EST.

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