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MLB : ATS Matchup
Saturday 6/23/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
+1.5  -190

-1.5  +165



TEXAS (33 - 44) at MINNESOTA (33 - 39)
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Saturday, 6/23/2018 2:10 PM
Board OpeningLatest
915TEXAS+155Ov 9.5,-110+120Ov 10,-115
916MINNESOTA-165Un 9.5,-110-130Un 10,-105
TEXAS - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games33-44-1.234-374.40.2340.3110.3860.6975.20.2700.3260.4480.773
Road Games18-20+713-224.00.2300.3000.3680.6684.40.2580.3120.4140.727
vs Right-handed Starters24-29+0.821-294.20.2280.3050.3740.6784.80.2610.3180.4310.749
Past 7 Games6-1+52-46.30.2740.3750.4170.7924.30.2390.2910.3680.658
Grass Games30-41-2.430-364.30.2320.3110.3830.6955.20.2690.3260.4450.771
Day Games9-14-3.69-113.90.2280.2970.3890.6865.30.2690.3180.4520.770
TEXAS - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.40.2340.31177256760111913820.3863192867273552568607135
Road Games4.00.2300.300381302300593380.3681411293611325933333220
Righty Starters4.20.2280.305531775404864550.3742121975102236244375132
TEXAS - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games3.731.261265.7125110245269024215-1221872.4%
Road Games2.441.133125.3443410210401137-613476.5%

MINNESOTA - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games33-39-6.333-364.20.2370.3070.3850.6914.40.2490.3170.4010.718
Home Games18-18-2.115-194.20.2420.3180.3990.7174.30.2490.3170.3820.699
vs Right-handed Starters24-27-3.426-234.60.2460.3160.4080.7244.70.2520.3250.4140.739
Past 7 Games4-3+3.84-24.10.2210.2700.3650.6354.30.2610.3330.4070.740
Grass Games33-36-3.330-364.20.2360.3070.3840.6914.20.2450.3130.3940.707
Day Games14-14-0.110-164.20.2370.3070.3850.6923.80.2430.3130.3770.690
MINNESOTA - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.20.2370.30772244357814410660.3852872476062547051385536
Home Games4.20.2420.318361160281757310.3991431282851322929192915
Righty Starters4.60.2460.3165117564321117530.4082231814132134441243524
MINNESOTA - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games4.271.351255.3130121264388125513-16161355.2%
Home Games4.411.366126.7656213315401186-79660%
TEXAS - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
6/9/2018MINOR(L)HOUSTONMORTON(R)3-4L+1609.5 evU5170941
6/10/2018MOORE(L)HOUSTONKEUCHEL(L)7-8L+17510.5 unO161011261
6/12/2018COLON(R)@ LA DODGERSFERGUSON(L)5-12L1658 ovO8811661
6/13/2018HAMELS(L)@ LA DODGERSMAEDA(R)2-3L1607.5 unU81136100
6/15/2018MENDEZ(L)COLORADOBETTIS(R)5-9L-11010.5 evO6401360
6/16/2018MINOR(L)COLORADOFREELAND(L)5-2W+1059.5 ovU1050560
6/17/2018GALLARDO(R)COLORADOGRAY(R)13-12W+11010 ovO10601552
6/18/2018COLON(R)@ KANSAS CITYKENNEDY(R)6-3W-1109.5 ovU882960
6/19/2018HAMELS(L)@ KANSAS CITYHAMMEL(R)4-1W-1359 ovU12101451
6/20/2018BIBENS-DIRKX(R)@ KANSAS CITYJUNIS(R)3-2W-1059.5 unU6100740
6/22/2018MINOR(L)@ MINNESOTAROMERO(R)8-1W-1109 ovP1160320
6/29/2018 CHI WHITE SOX  
6/30/2018 CHI WHITE SOX  

MINNESOTA - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
6/9/2018GIBSON(R)LA ANGELSSKAGGS(L)1-2L-1158.5 ovU760650
6/10/2018ROMERO(R)LA ANGELSTROPEANO(R)7-5W-1109 ovO10708100
6/12/2018ODORIZZI(R)@ DETROITHARDY(L)6-4W-1059 unO7327100
6/13/2018BERRIOS(R)@ DETROITBOYD(L)2-5L-1508.5 ovU4611290
6/14/2018LYNN(R)@ DETROITFULMER(R)1-3L-1109 ovU661650
6/15/2018GIBSON(R)@ CLEVELANDKLUBER(R)6-3W1958 unO610772
6/16/2018ROMERO(R)@ CLEVELANDCARRASCO(R)9-3W1709 ovO13701081
6/17/2018ODORIZZI(R)@ CLEVELANDBIEBER(R)1-4L13010 unU10101770
6/19/2018BERRIOS(R)BOSTONSALE(L)6-2W+1807 ovO5318111
6/20/2018LYNN(R)BOSTONPRICE(L)4-1W+1309 unU851471
6/21/2018GIBSON(R)BOSTONPORCELLO(R)2-9L+1159 unO43016110
6/22/2018ROMERO(R)TEXASMINOR(L)1-8L+1009 ovP3201160
6/29/2018 @ CHICAGO CUBS  
6/30/2018 @ CHICAGO CUBS  
TEXAS: 2017: 78-84, tied for third place.
MANAGER: Jeff Banister (fourth season).
ADDITIONS: LHP Mike Minor, LHP Matt Moore, RHP Doug Fister, RHP Jesse Chavez, RHP Bartolo Colon, 1B Tommy Joseph.
SUBTRACTIONS: 1B-DH Mike Napoli, CF Carlos Gomez, RHP Andrew Cashner, RHP Jason Grilli, RHP A.J. Griffin, LHP Dario Alvarez.
OUTLOOK: AL West champs in each of Banister's first two seasons, the Rangers are coming off their second losing season in nine years. With most of their everyday lineup back, they should be able to hit and score runs again. But in a division with the defending World Series champs and other improved teams, Texas must depend on a revamped rotation ' maybe using six starters in some variation ' and the hope that its bullpen will be drastically improved. The Rangers scored 799 runs last year and ranked third in the majors with 237 homers. Seven returning players had at least 17. That group is led by Gallo, now the primary first baseman after playing three positions in his first full big league season. Hamels, the clear No. 1 starter now that Yu Darvish is gone, missed seven weeks in 2017 with an oblique strain and threw fewer than 200 innings for the first time since 2009. Perez could unexpectedly be ready for opening day after breaking his non-pitching elbow in a mishap on his ranch in Venezuela before Christmas. Fister didn't pitch his first major league game last season until June, and Minor hasn't started since 2014 with the Braves.
MINNESOTA: 2017: 85-77, second place, lost to Yankees in wild-card game.
MANAGER: Paul Molitor (fourth season).
ADDITIONS: RHP Lance Lynn, RHP Jake Odorizzi, DH-1B Logan Morrison, RHP Fernando Rodney, RHP Addison Reed, LHP Zach Duke, SS-3B Erick Aybar, RHP Michael Pineda.
SUBTRACTIONS: RHP Matt Belisle, RHP Bartolo Colon, C Chris Gimenez, DH-1B Kennys Vargas, LHP Hector Santiago, LHP Glen Perkins, LHP Buddy Boshers, RHP Michael Tonkin.
OUTLOOK: After their massive 26-win turnaround last season, earning Molitor the AL Manager of the Year award and a new contract through the 2020 season, the Twins were already on the upswing with their 25-and-under core of Berrios, Buxton, Sano, Rosario and Kepler. Then, after spring training began, they traded for Odorizzi and signed Morrison and Lynn, all at market-bargain prices. They've already had some setbacks, with finger surgery for Santana expected to keep him out for most or all of April, and the gut-punch news of Polanco's suspension, plus the uncertainty that surrounds Sano. But this is a team, even with the bold offseason moves made by AL heavyweights Boston and New York, and the strength of reigning AL Central champion Cleveland, that has the talent and spunk to be right in the playoff mix. With Hughes and Tyler Duffey on track for long-relief roles and a spate of well-regarded prospects set to fill out the rotation at Triple-A Rochester, this is as much starting pitching depth as the Twins have had in years. After using 16 different starters in 2017, they needed that. Rodney, Reed and Duke were important additions to bolster the bullpen, too, after Minnesota relievers ranked 22nd in the majors with a collective 4.40 ERA.
Rangers' Choo looks to extend streak against Twins

MINNEAPOLIS -- Shin-Soo Choo will try to reach base for a 36th consecutive game Saturday when the Texas Rangers continue their three-game series with the Minnesota Twins at Target Field.

The 35-year-old Rangers outfielder extended his streak to 35 games Friday night with a two-run homer against Fernando Romero.

His streak is the second longest in baseball this season, trailing only Philadelphia's Odubel Herrera, who reached in 40 straight games. It's the longest by a Rangers player since Mark Teixeira made it on base in 36 straight games in 2006.

Julio Franco holds the franchise record for a season with 46 straight games and Will Clark reached in 58 straight games at the end of the 1995 and start of 1996 seasons.

"I signed here to get on base, that's why they brought me here," Choo said. "When I've been healthy, I've gotten on base."

Choo has been on a tear the last month, slashing .306/.468/.556 in his last 30 games, leading to his name being mentioned more frequently in trade rumors as the Rangers remain stuck in the American League West cellar despite winning a season-high six straight games after opening their series in Minnesota with an 8-1 victory Friday night.

While he is open to joining a contender for a stretch run, he knows the $50 million-plus owed to him through the 2020 season could make that difficult.

"Probably (my) contract is still (an obstacle)," Choo admitted earlier this week. "It's probably not easy. I'm not 28 or 30 anymore."

The Rangers turn to Yovani Gallardo (0-0, 15.95 ERA) to keep their streak going Saturday. It will be the second start of the season for Gallardo, who was cut by Milwaukee at the end of spring training, then allowed eight runs in 2 1/3 innings of relief before he was cut by Cincinnati and eventually signed a minor league deal with the Rangers.

Gallardo posted a 3.81 ERA in 10 starts for Triple-A Round Rock and was called up to face Colorado last Sunday. He allowed five runs and six hits while striking out four in a no-decision.

"I thought Yo threw the ball well," Rangers manager Jeff Banister said. "It was similar to what we've seen in the past from Yo. He gave up a couple of soft hits, the walks are something not typical of Yo, but he managed the game and was able to give us some length."

Gallardo is 4-2 with a 3.49 ERA in 11 career starts against Minnesota.

Jake Odorizzi (3-4, 3.48 ERA) starts Saturday for the Twins, who are looking to get back on track after losing two straight and scoring just three runs in those games combined.

Odorizzi is looking for a bounce-back outing himself after the Indians tagged him for four runs in five innings his last time out on Sunday.

He is 4-0 with 2.02 ERA in six career starts against the Rangers.

The Twins should get a bit of a boost Saturday as third baseman Eduardo Escobar is expected to return to the lineup. He sat out the series opener Friday after taking a pitch to an elbow a day earlier against the Boston Red Sox.

"I think probably a tad better than I expected," Twins manager Paul Molitor said. "He's sore and there's some limitation because there's still a lot of swelling there that impedes his ability probably to throw accurately, as well as take his normal swing. But I'm fairly optimistic that in another, roughly, a little less than 24 hours, that he might be able to start a game tomorrow."

Last Updated: 2/15/2019 11:31:32 PM EST

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