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MLB : ATS Matchup
Saturday 9/22/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
-1.5  +140

+1.5  -160



SEATTLE (84 - 69) at TEXAS (65 - 88)
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Saturday, 9/22/2018 8:05 PM
Board OpeningLatest
925SEATTLE+105Ov 10,-110-105Ov 9.5,-110
926TEXAS-115Un 10,-110-105Un 9.5,-110
SEATTLE - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games84-69+11.374-774.10.2540.3080.3990.7064.40.2510.3010.4060.707
Road Games43-36+12.241-384.60.2640.3180.4110.7304.70.2590.3100.4230.733
vs Left-handed Starters27-23+121-284.00.2550.3140.3840.6974.00.2500.2950.3960.691
Past 7 Games4-3+2.63-44.30.2640.3330.4100.7433.60.2140.2730.3810.654
Grass Games79-67+7.870-744.10.2540.3060.3970.7034.40.2510.3020.4050.708
Night Games60-42+15.647-534.20.2580.3100.4080.7184.20.2480.3000.4010.701
SEATTLE - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.10.2540.30815352021323221291570.39959840011556510231338514262
Road Games4.60.2640.31879279573812716840.4113442235743755980346424
Lefty Starters4.00.2550.314501731441709450.3841871494122236841285118
SEATTLE - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games3.781.219516.72332174706116051333-22582173.4%
Road Games4.001.238261119116244247925317-1028975.7%

TEXAS - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games65-88-7.273-704.70.2410.3140.3980.7125.20.2730.3300.4520.782
Home Games33-46-12.544-315.40.2560.3320.4310.7635.90.2850.3400.4780.818
vs Left-handed Starters20-30-3.425-204.90.2540.3210.4140.7345.60.2840.3390.4790.818
Past 7 Games3-4-0.64-33.40.2200.2770.3760.6534.10.2990.3770.4550.831
Grass Games62-85-8.469-694.70.2410.3140.3970.7115.30.2720.3310.4510.782
Night Games48-61+1.554-504.80.2420.3150.3960.7105.20.2750.3330.4550.788
TEXAS - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.70.2410.31415351521243239241740.398676543139867104112010815666
Home Games5.40.2560.33279263867612718990.4314062996934154067548832
Lefty Starters4.90.2540.3215016974318616510.4142331674382435141405414
TEXAS - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games4.271.341550.42812615417019750123-25411375.9%
Home Games5.251.403298182174319439925112-1519773.1%
SEATTLE - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
9/8/2018HERNANDEZ(R)NY YANKEESLYNN(R)2-4L+1058.5 ovU440851
9/9/2018RAMIREZ(R)NY YANKEESSABATHIA(L)3-2W+1108 ovU751790
9/11/2018GONZALES(L)SAN DIEGOMITCHELL(R)1-2L-1908 ovU790860
9/12/2018LEBLANC(L)SAN DIEGOLUCCHESI(L)4-5L-1457.5 unO853880
9/13/2018LEAKE(R)@ LA ANGELSDESPAIGNE(R)8-2W-1059 unO12100661
9/14/2018ELIAS(L)@ LA ANGELSSHOEMAKER(R)5-0W1309 unU960692
9/15/2018RAMIREZ(R)@ LA ANGELSHEANEY(L)6-5W1358 ovO12100820
9/16/2018GONZALES(L)@ LA ANGELSBARRIA(R)3-4L-1158.5 evU730740
9/17/2018LEBLANC(L)@ HOUSTONVALDEZ(L)4-1W1508.5 ovU9110330
9/18/2018LEAKE(R)@ HOUSTONJAMES(R)0-7L2057.5 ovU6101730
9/19/2018FESTA(R)@ HOUSTONKEUCHEL(L)9-0W1808.5 unO1140560
9/21/2018RAMIREZ(R)@ TEXASSADZECK(R)3-8L-12510.5 ovO981930
9/29/2018 TEXAS  

TEXAS - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
9/8/2018MENDEZ(L)@ OAKLANDJACKSON(R)6-8L1659.5 ovO941970
9/9/2018SPRINGS(L)@ OAKLANDCAHILL(R)3-7L2109 unO452950
9/10/2018MINOR(L)@ LA ANGELSBARRIA(R)5-2W1158.5 unU7718110
9/11/2018SAMPSON(R)@ LA ANGELSJOHNSON(R)0-1L1459 ovU250230
9/12/2018GALLARDO(R)@ LA ANGELSPENA(R)1-8L1558.5 ovO8711160
9/14/2018SADZECK(R)@ SAN DIEGOERLIN(L)4-0W1308 ovU930561
9/15/2018CLAUDIO(L)@ SAN DIEGOLAUER(L)6-3W1258.5 ovO980880
9/16/2018MINOR(L)@ SAN DIEGONIX(R)3-7L-1258.5 unO881840
9/17/2018SAMPSON(R)TAMPA BAYGLASNOW(R)0-3L+13010.5 unU261860
9/18/2018GALLARDO(R)TAMPA BAYSNELL(L)0-4L+1809.5 unU45015131
9/19/2018MENDEZ(L)TAMPA BAYCASTILLO(R)3-9L+13510 unO7521690
9/21/2018SADZECK(R)SEATTLERAMIREZ(R)8-3W+11510.5 ovO930981
9/29/2018 @ SEATTLE  
SEATTLE: 2017: 78-84, tied for third place.
MANAGER: Scott Servais (third season).
ADDITIONS: CF Dee Gordon, 1B Ryon Healy, RHP Juan Nicasio, INF-OF Andrew Romine, OF Ichiro Suzuki, LHP Dario Alvarez.
SUBTRACTIONS: 1B Yonder Alonso, OF Jarrod Dyson, LHP Drew Smyly, 1B Danny Valencia, C Carlos Ruiz, RHP Yovani Gallardo, RHP Emilio Pagan.
OUTLOOK: The Mariners' odd place in the AL was only amplified by what happened to them in spring training. Injuries illustrated the slim margin they have if they plan to contend for a playoff spot. They're talented enough to compete for a wild card, but probably not good enough to catch the Astros in the division. Pitching will be the key. Seattle used a major league-record 40 pitchers last year and would like to avoid a repeat performance. The bullpen has promise, putting pressure on the rotation to stabilize and get deep enough into games. Right-handed reliever David Phelps needs Tommy John surgery and will miss the entire season, though. Offensively, the top of the lineup has a chance to be potent with the addition of a speedster in Gordon. Healy missed most of spring training after hand surgery, but if he's productive Seattle could end up fielding its deepest lineup in years. That might be necessary with all the pitching questions.
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.
Wakamatsu-led Rangers look to beat Mariners again

The Texas Rangers won their first game with interim manager Don Wakamatsu at the helm, and did so emphatically, trouncing the Seattle Mariners 8-3 on Friday in the opening game of Rangers' final three-game home series.

The game was called in the top of the seventh inning after an hour of torrential rain, lightning and flooding.

Maybe Wakamatsu, who had been Texas' bench coach, apparently made that much of a difference. Or perhaps the Rangers were just due after losing four straight games and 16 of their past 22. The Rangers had been shut out in their previous two games.

Whatever it was, Texas hopes it can bottle it and carry it along for its final nine games, beginning Saturday in the middle game of the series against the Mariners at Globe Life Park in Arlington, Texas.

The Mariners will send left-hander Marco Gonzales (12-9, 4.28 ERA) to the mound to try to even the series while Texas will counter with left-hander Mike Minor (12-7, 4.14).

Wakamatsu took over the Rangers' reins when Jeff Banister was dismissed earlier Friday after four seasons and two division championships in Arlington. Banister was American League manager of the year in 2015.

Wakamatsu, who managed in Seattle in 2009-10 before being fired, said before Friday's game that he wants to be considered for the full-time managerial position.

"It's an emotional time for me," Wakamatsu said of Banister's dismissal and his chance to take over the job, be it for just the rest of the season or beyond. "Banny approached me this winter about coming on the staff, so still trying to process a lot of that right now and just really focus on the next 10 days and see how we can finish strong.

"I came back here because of Banny. I came back here because of (Texas general manager) Jon Daniels, and some of the relationships and comfort level I felt with coming back home."

Meanwhile, in the opposing dugout, the Mariners' Felix Hernandez, who has been sidelined since Sept. 8 with a tight right hamstring, rejoined the team and played flat-ground catch on Friday.

He'll throw a bullpen session on Saturday to see whether he can manage to get in a final start this season next week at home.

"One more outing, a productive outing, would be good to see," said Seattle manager Scott Servais, whose team has fallen out of contention for a postseason berth. "He wants to pitch again, no question about it. That's why he's here. If that wasn't the case, he'd probably shut it down.

"He's had a lot of innings, no doubt," Servais added about Hernandez. "He just wants to feel healthy and feel good about going into the next year. But he wants to get back out there."

The 26-year-old Gonzales will make his 28th start of the 2018 season on Saturday after recording a no-decision in his most recent start, a 4-3 Mariners loss to the Angels in Anaheim on Sunday. He gave up three runs and six hits in five innings.

Gonzales will be making his fourth career start against the Rangers, and he has a 2-1 record with a 5.40 ERA in the first three. Two of those starts came this season, and Gonzales went 1-1 with a 5.40 in those.

Minor will make his 28th start of the season on Saturday night. He leads Texas with 12 wins and his next win will match his career high, achieved in 2013 when he was with Atlanta. He will be working on five days' rest after taking a no-decision in the Rangers' 7-3 loss on Sunday at San Diego. He allowed four hits and two runs over 6 1/3 innings in that game.

Minor has gone 1-2, with a 4.74 ERA in seven games, four of them starts, in his career versus Seattle, including 0-1 and a 7.24 ERA in three starts this season.

Last Updated: 5/24/2019 6:17:22 PM EST

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