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MLB : ATS Matchup
Tuesday 4/24/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
+1.5  -170

-1.5  +150



LA ANGELS (15 - 8) at HOUSTON (16 - 8)
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Tuesday, 4/24/2018 8:10 PM
Board OpeningLatest
923LA ANGELS+140Ov 8.5,+105+145Ov 8,-105
924HOUSTON-150Un 8.5,-125-155Un 8,-115
LA ANGELS - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games15-8+6.413-105.00.2560.3110.4210.7314.20.2420.3190.3990.718
Road Games10-1+9.66-56.10.3000.3390.4580.7972.50.2270.3080.3120.620
vs Right-handed Starters11-6+5.210-75.20.2630.3110.4340.7454.20.2350.3140.3940.709
Past 7 Games2-5-3.74-31.70.1610.2380.2630.5016.00.3070.3570.5290.887
Grass Games15-8+6.413-105.00.2560.3110.4210.7314.20.2420.3190.3990.718
Night Games11-6+4.410-74.90.2590.3160.4200.7364.50.2510.3270.4260.753
LA ANGELS - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games5.00.2560.31123815209285320.421109641699158208237
Road Games6.10.3000.33911417125175130.4586525695829292
Righty Starters5.20.2630.31117617162253250.43484431286121126176
LA ANGELS - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games3.101.328101.736359415411014-17187.5%
Road Games2.291.44939.3101040217422-16185.7%

HOUSTON - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games16-8-0.39-144.80.2530.3330.3760.7092.50.2030.2640.3230.587
Home Games6-4-4.32-83.40.2170.2850.3160.6012.70.2160.2660.3560.622
vs Right-handed Starters10-5-0.85-94.80.2520.3360.3580.6942.50.2160.2830.3170.600
Past 7 Games6-1+4.14-26.70.3000.3770.4360.8131.10.1600.2180.2160.434
Grass Games16-8-0.39-144.80.2530.3330.3760.7092.50.2030.2640.3230.587
Night Games9-6-3.34-113.90.2370.3200.3340.6542.10.1980.2520.3150.567
HOUSTON - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.80.2530.33324813206392190.3761119721710176228178
Home Games3.40.2170.28510323709170.3163331896666664
Righty Starters4.80.2520.3361550312724190.35869631335110168127
HOUSTON - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games2.421.06067191852519714-34266.7%
Home Games2.671.22030.31093136314-22250%
LA ANGELS - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
4/10/2018SKAGGS(L)@ TEXASPEREZ(L)11-1W-1359.5 ovO18817110
4/11/2018BARRIA(R)@ TEXASMOORE(L)7-2W-10511.5 unU9905111
4/12/2018TROPEANO(R)@ KANSAS CITYKENNEDY(R)7-1W-1459.5 ovU15110980
4/13/2018HEANEY(L)@ KANSAS CITYHAMMEL(R)5-4W-1559.5 ovU13911170
4/14/2018RICHARDS(R)@ KANSAS CITYJUNIS(R)5-3W-1607.5 ovO970671
4/17/2018OHTANI(R)BOSTONPRICE(L)1-10L-1658 unO4801581
4/18/2018SKAGGS(L)BOSTONPORCELLO(R)0-9L-1208 evO6811480
4/19/2018TROPEANO(R)BOSTONRODRIGUEZ(L)2-8L-1058.5 unO4611471
4/21/2018RICHARDS(R)SAN FRANCISCOHOLLAND(L)4-3W-2209.5 unU630770
4/22/2018BARRIA(R)SAN FRANCISCOCUETO(R)2-4L-1159 unU68013101
4/23/2018SKAGGS(L)@ HOUSTONCOLE(R)2-0W1808.5 unU440770
5/1/2018 BALTIMORE  

HOUSTON - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
4/10/2018KEUCHEL(L)@ MINNESOTAODORIZZI(R)1-4L-1608 evU7908110
4/11/2018MCCULLERS JR.(R)@ MINNESOTAGIBSON(R)8-9L-1508 unO13120971
4/13/2018COLE(R)TEXASHAMELS(L)3-2W-2508.5 ovU890672
4/14/2018MORTON(R)TEXASMINOR(L)5-6L-2458.5 unO8701171
4/15/2018VERLANDER(R)TEXASCOLON(R)1-3L-3208 ovU350541
4/16/2018KEUCHEL(L)@ SEATTLEPAXTON(L)1-2L-1107.5 unU360650
4/17/2018MCCULLERS JR.(R)@ SEATTLEMIRANDA(L)4-1W-1808 unU9100321
4/18/2018COLE(R)@ SEATTLELEAKE(R)7-1W-1757.5 evO1261541
4/19/2018MORTON(R)@ SEATTLEGONZALES(L)9-2W-1758.5 unO1140761
4/20/2018VERLANDER(R)@ CHI WHITE SOXSHIELDS(R)10-0W-2908 ovO1360242
4/21/2018KEUCHEL(L)@ CHI WHITE SOXGIOLITO(R)10-1W-2109 ovO1370470
4/22/2018MCCULLERS JR.(R)@ CHI WHITE SOXLOPEZ(R)7-1W-1858 unP10110970
4/23/2018COLE(R)LA ANGELSSKAGGS(L)0-2L-1908.5 unU770440
4/30/2018 NY YANKEES  
5/1/2018 NY YANKEES  
LA ANGELS: 2017: 80-82, second place.
MANAGER: Mike Scioscia (19th season).
ADDITIONS: RHP-DH Shohei Ohtani, RHP Jim Johnson, 3B Zack Cozart, 2B Ian Kinsler, C Rene Rivera, OF Chris Young.
SUBTRACTIONS: 3B Yunel Escobar, 1B C.J. Cron, 2B Brandon Phillips, RHP Ricky Nolasco, RHP Jesse Chavez, RHP Yusmeiro Petit.
OUTLOOK: The Angels made several apparently savvy offseason moves and are in position to end the big-budget franchise's eight-year stretch without a playoff victory. They've assembled veterans Upton, Kinsler and Cozart around Trout and Pujols to create a potentially dangerous lineup, and they should be one of baseball's best defensive teams with Gold Glove winners Simmons and Maldonado leading the way. The rotation is fairly deep if not spectacular, and the bullpen has a chance to be good. Yet the most compelling aspect of these Angels is Ohtani, who chose Orange County for his dramatic move stateside as he attempts to become the majors' first significant two-way player in decades. Early returns from spring training aren't promising, but the Angels are committed to investing the playing time and patience required for Ohtani's rare talent to shine.
HOUSTON: 2017: 101-61, first place, won World Series.
MANAGER: A.J. Hinch (fourth season).
ADDITIONS: RHP Gerrit Cole, RHP Joe Smith, RHP Hector Rondon.
SUBTRACTIONS: DH Carlos Beltran, RHP Luke Gregerson, RHP Joe Musgrove, RHP Mike Fiers, RHP Michael Feliz, INF Colin Moran.
OUTLOOK: With almost everyone back from last year's championship team, the Astros fully expect to contend for another title. They have a right to be confident with Altuve leading a potent lineup that includes Springer, the World Series MVP, and Correa, a young All-Star shortstop coming off his best season. Their rotation is one of the best in baseball, with Cy Young Award winners Keuchel and Verlander leading the group and new acquisition Cole and young star McCullers following that 1-2 punch. Barring debilitating injuries, the Astros should win the AL West and have an excellent chance to repeat as World Series champs.
Ohtani gets 4th start as Angels take on Astros

HOUSTON -- Instead of prolonging the anxiety that often accompanies that first call-up to the majors, the Los Angeles Angels wasted no time giving right-hander Justin Anderson his big-league debut.

Anderson, a native Houstonian, worked a scoreless eighth inning in the Angels' 2-0 win on Monday, pitching around a pair of hits while also recording a strikeout. Anderson attended St. Pius X High School and Texas-San Antonio before the Angels selected him in 2014. With more than four dozen family members and friends in attendance, he skillfully showcased his wares.

"Justin has made the switch from a starting pitcher with us to the bullpen in the minor leagues and hopefully is starting to get comfortable with it," Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. "His stuff is real, he's harnessed it; he's got a terrific arm. As long as he can harness it you have to be excited about his upside and what he can do."

Another Angels rookie, right-hander Shohei Ohtani (2-1, 3.60 ERA), will make his fourth start of the season and the first of his career against the Astros on Tuesday. It will mark his third start against an American League West opponent, with Ohtani opening his career with consecutive outings against the Athletics including one on April 8 where he allowed one hit and one walk white striking out 12 batters over seven scoreless innings. Ohtani departed his last start against Boston on April 17 with blister problems, working only two innings in the Angels' 10-1 loss.

Right-hander Charlie Morton (3-0, 0.72 ERA) earns the starting nod for the Astros. Morton, who leads the AL in ERA, is 3-0 with a 3.14 ERA over five career starts against the Angels. He faced them three times last season, twice at Minute Maid Park, tossing five shutout innings in a 3-0 victory on April 17 before surrendering one run on four hits and one walk with five strikeouts over seven innings in a 6-2 win on Sept. 23. In his lone appearance in Anaheim, he allowed three runs on four hits and one walk with five strikeouts over five innings in a 7-5 win.

While Morton has been sensational thus far, Ohtani will be the attraction in the middle game of the series. The Astros are unlikely to get a look at his bat, but the two-way Japanese import offers equal intrigue with his arm from the mound.

"I'm certainly interested to see him; we've got to find a way to beat him," Astros manager A.J. Hinch said of Ohtani. "He's been very good early on. I know he had one little bad start but I think everyone is a little intrigued.

"Similar to any player that comes into the league, he has fanfare and international notoriety, there's intrigue to check him out and see what he's got against our guys."

The Astros (16-8) got their first look at the Angels' revamped roster on Monday as their six-game winning streak came to an end. The Angels (15-8) bolstered their lineup with the offseason additions of veteran infielders Ian Kinsler and Zack Cozart plus Ohtani to compete with the World Series champions who have designs on dominating the division they both share.

"They're a really good team in every facet of the game," Hinch said. "They obviously had a great core to begin with and then they added some really exceptional players when you look at last season they added (left fielder Justin) Upton and this offseason they added Cozart and Ohtani. They just look like a team where they're building where they have very few weaknesses."

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