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MLB : ATS Matchup
Monday 4/1/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore
+1.5  -200

-1.5  +170



LA ANGELS (89 - 73) at CINCINNATI (99 - 68)
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Monday, 4/1/2013 4:10 PM
Board OpeningLatest
923LA ANGELS+110Ov 7,-110+100Ov 7.5,+105
924CINCINNATI-120Un 7,-110-110Un 7.5,-125
LA ANGELS - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games89-73-10.475-784.70.2740.3294.30.2460.308
Road Games43-38-1.540-365.20.2760.3354.80.2590.327
vs Right-handed Starters61-51-6.856-484.70.2740.3274.40.2450.308
Past 7 Games3-4-3.26-04.60.2970.3506.70.2750.343
Grass Games87-68-771-754.70.2740.3294.20.2460.306
Day Games24-24-8.617-284.10.2570.3154.30.2500.317
LA ANGELS - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.70.2740.329162553615184821870.037324491113134107915998141127
Road Games5.20.2760.3358128907982461050.043962566108357172497668
Righty Starters4.70.2740.327112382810473301280.035053067641027331126810483
LA ANGELS - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games3.971.3034492111984175316838519-20382065.5%
Road Games5.191.439220.3135127226379117610-15211558.3%

CINCINNATI - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games99-68+15.864-904.10.2520.3123.60.2450.300
Home Games50-34+2.735-414.30.2560.3223.90.2490.300
vs Right-handed Starters66-49+4.542-623.90.2500.3113.60.2440.297
Past 7 Games3-4-1.84-33.60.2380.2932.90.2050.266
Grass Games99-68+15.864-904.10.2520.3123.60.2450.300
Day Games38-21+12.124-304.40.2560.3173.70.2460.294
CINCINNATI - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.10.2520.312167565714245101770.0365749613098811741299211579
Home Games4.30.2560.3228427547042571050.043402686654358159396747
Righty Starters3.90.2500.31111538519613421120.034273428866880387627654
CINCINNATI - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games2.621.220457.31501333663519249732-23561776.7%
Home Games2.281.060256.77465179219328120-924777.4%
LA ANGELS - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
4/3/2013 @ CINCINNATI  
4/4/2013 @ CINCINNATI  
4/5/2013 @ TEXAS  
4/6/2013 @ TEXAS  
4/7/2013 @ TEXAS  

 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
4/3/2013 LA ANGELS  
4/4/2013 LA ANGELS  
4/5/2013 WASHINGTON  
4/6/2013 WASHINGTON  
4/7/2013 WASHINGTON  
4/8/2013 @ ST LOUIS  
LA ANGELS: HITTING: SS ERICK AYBAR will likely get another crack at the leadoff spot by default. DH/OF BOBBY ABREU can still draw walks and run a little. 2B HOWIE KENDRICK traded batting average for more power last year. He's still one of baseball's better middle infield bats. 1B ALBERT PUJOLS should benefit from DH-ing a couple of times a year. OF TORII HUNTER is fading fast and may not provide middle-of-the-order power. OF VERNON WELLS has a better chance than Hunter to bounce back, and the Angels have to be patient considering his monster contract. MARK TRUMBO will get a look at 3B. If he can't get it done, ALBERTO CALLASPO would start and Trumbo would back-up first and DH. Speedy OF PETER BOURJOS will start in left, and top prospect MIKE TROUT will soon replace free agents-to-be Abreu or Hunter. KENDRYS MORALES could DH regularly if his ankle is healthy. CHRIS IANNETTA is no Mike Napoli, but he's a monster upgrade over Jeff Mathis.
STARTING PITCHING: JERED WEAVER had a lot of things go right in 2011, and it's not hard to picture him as a Cy Young candidate again. But he faded late in the year, and may not belong in the upper echelon or pitchers. A cutter has led to DAN HAREN's rebirth. He's right there with Weaver, just a step behind the elite arms. C.J. WILSON may not get the same run support, but he should benefit from getting out of hitter-friendly Arlington; he had a 2.31 road ERA last year. ERVIN SANTANA never developed into a top-of-the-line starter, but he's become more consistent and settled in as a solid starter. Once a washed-out former prospect, JEROME WILLIAMS came back to the States from Taiwan and delivered three quality starts last September. He's not likely to have sustained success, but he does have the inside track for a rotation spot. Middling prospect GARRETT RICHARDS seems like the most likely candidate to step into the rotation in case of injury.
RELIEF PITCHING: JORDAN WALDEN will have the closer's role again entering the spring, but while he was overpowering he was also very shaky at times. He gave up seven runs over 2.2 innings in his last three appearances. RICH THOMPSON decided to lean on his cutter last year and the results were excellent. If Walden slips up, Thompson has to be in the closer conversation. LaTROY HAWKINS was solid with Milwaukee (2.42 ERA) and joins his ninth different team since 2003. He is expected to set up Walden as well. Lefty SCOTT DOWNS was far from dominant last year, despite his 1.34 ERA. But Scioscia does trust him in high-leverage situations, making him a possible fallback if Walden struggles. The Angels don't seem to have big plans for HISANORI TAKAHASHI, the most well-compensated long reliever in baseball.
CINCINNATI: HITTING: 2B BRANDON PHILLIPS sparked the Reds offense after moving to the top of the order. But his free-swinging makes him a bad fit there. SS ZACK COZART played in only 11 games for the Reds before wrecking his non-throwing elbow, but it was still enough to convince the team they'd seen enough of PAUL JANISH in the starting role. 1B JOEY VOTTO keeps punishing pitchers. OF JAY BRUCE is in his gawky, teenage phase, but he's already emerged as a major power source. OF DREW STUBBS must cut down on his MLB-leading 206 strikeouts. He's out of the leadoff spot now, but those whiffs don't play well anywhere in the lineup. OF CHRIS HEISEY should get the starting nod in left now that Yonder Alonso is out of the picture. 3B SCOTT ROLEN is a permanent health question mark. His backup, JUAN FRANCISCO, swings for the fences. C DEVIN MESORACO is the most hyped catching prospect since Matt Wieters. RYAN HANIGAN will split squatting responsibilities with him.
STARTING PITCHING: Considered a source of strength entering the 2011 campaign, the Reds rotation directly caused their undoing. The first step toward a remedy was trading for MAT LATOS, who began 2011 slow and got stronger as the year went on. The 24-year-old threw at least six innings with 5+ K in 16 of his final 17 starts (2.94 ERA). But that was in a much more pitcher-friendly environment. He has a decent career road ERA (3.57), and Cincy will surely give him much better run support than he received in San Diego. Last year's pitching problems began with BRONSON ARROYO, who gave up more home runs in a season than any pitcher in this millennium. He allowed more HR (46) than walks (45). JOHNNY CUETO was the one big bright spot; he hasn't maintained the strikeout rates he flashed early in his career, but he's All-Star caliber. HOMER BAILEY was a disappointment, going 9-7 with a 4.43 ERA. MIKE LEAKE actually pitched pretty well after he got his first taste of the minors to get his mechanics worked out.
RELIEF PITCHING: With Francisco Cordero flying the coop, and newcomer RYAN MADSON lost for the season with Tommy John Surgery, Cincinnati will use a closer-by-committee approach. The Reds gave up three players, including starter Travis Wood, to acquire SEAN MARSHALL, who should fit in nicely as a set-up man who's tough on both right-and left-handed batters. AROLDIS CHAPMAN is listed as the main set-up man for Marshall, but he missed out on winter ball and could be too raw to trust in the ninth inning. LOGAN ONDRUSEK is also capable of being a decent closer, with a big fastball.
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