Seattle Mariners at San Francisco Giants - 9/9/20 MLB Picks and Prediction
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Seattle Mariners (19-23) at San Francisco Giants (22-21)
MLB Baseball: Wednesday, September 9, 2020 at 9:45 pm (Oracle Park)
Nick Margevicius (1-2) (3.86) vs. Tyler Anderson (1-3) (5.17)
The Line: San Francisco Giants -145 / Seattle Mariners +134 --- Over/Under: 9 Click Here for the Latest Odds
The Seattle Mariners and San Francisco Giants meet Wednesday in MLB action at Oracle Park.
The Seattle Mariners look for a win after winning six of their last seven games. The Mariners have scored 17 runs in their last three games and four or more runs in five straight games. The Mariners have won five of their last six games when scoring four or more runs. Kyle Lewis leads the Mariners with 47 hits and 23 RBI while Kyle Seager and J.P. Crawford have combined for 75 hits and 46 RBI. Nick Margevicius gets the ball, and he is 1-2 with a 3.86 ERA and 23 strikeouts this season. Margevicius is 1-1 with a 1.64 ERA and 11 strikeouts in his career against the Giants.
The San Francisco Giants look to build on their four-game winning streak. The Giants have scored 14 runs in their last three games and four or more runs in 10 straight games. The Giants have won seven of their last nine games when scoring four or more runs. Donovan Solano leads the Giants with 48 hits and 27 RBI while Mike Yastrzemski and Wilmer Flores have combined for 88 hits and 49 RBI. Tyler Anderson gets the ball, and he is 1-3 with a 5.18 ERA and 26 strikeouts this season. Anderson is 0-1 with a 6.55 ERA and nine strikeouts in his career against the Mariners.
Will update with trends once they're released.
Nick Margevicius has allowed 10 runs and 22 hits in his last 22.2 innings while Tyler Anderson has allowed 21 earned runs and 35 hits in his last 34.2 innings. Anderson has a 2.41 ERA and .221 allowed batting average in 18.2 innings at home this season. The San Francisco Giants are a team we've backed a lot this season, and they continue to win games while scoring runs in bunches. Margevicius isn't exactly the pitcher I'm backing to stop the Giants hot streak, even if he's been solid 25.2 innings and has been his best on the road where he has a 3.00 ERA and .241 allowed batting average.
I'll lay the cheap price with the home team.