Shohei Ohtani will look for his 100th hit of the season (he has 98) when the Los Angeles Angels (44-61) square off against the Seattle Mariners (57-49) on Friday at 10:10 PM ET. The Angels are underdogs (+171) versus the Mariners (-207). Seattle’s Robbie Ray starts against Los Angeles’ Patrick Sandoval.
Here is everything you need to know to place your MLB bets on this contest.
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Mariners vs. Angels betting lines
- Favorite: Mariners (-207)
- Underdog: Angels (+171)
- Over/under: 7
Mariners betting info, hitting leaders, & pitching
Mariners betting info
- The Mariners have put together a 28-12 record in games they were favored on the moneyline (winning 70% of those games).
- Seattle has played as a moneyline favorite of -207 or shorter in only one game this season, which they won.
- The Mariners have an implied moneyline win probability of 67.4% in this game.
- Seattle has played in 106 games with set over/under, and has combined with opponents to go over the total 50 times (50-53-3).
- The Mariners have gone 55-51-0 ATS this season.
Mariners hitting info
- Ty France paces the Mariners with a team-high batting average of .308.
- France’s home runs rank 72nd in MLB and he ranks 47th in RBI in MLB.
- France heads into this game on a three-game hitting streak. During his last five outings he is hitting .353 with a double, a home run, two walks and two RBI.
- J.P. Crawford is hitting .262 with 19 doubles, two triples, five home runs and 36 walks.
- Crawford currently ranks 222nd in homers and 204th in RBI in the majors.
- Eugenio Suarez leads the Mariners with 18 home runs and 57 runs batted in.
- Suarez has safely hit in five straight games. In his last five games he is batting .333 with two home runs, three walks and six RBI.
- Adam Frazier has 14 doubles, a triple, three home runs and 34 walks while hitting .250.
- Frazier brings a five-game hitting streak into this game. In his last five games he is batting .474 with three walks and three RBI.
Mariners pitching rankings
- The 8.4 strikeouts per nine innings compiled by the Mariners pitching staff ranks 18th in the majors.
- The Mariners have a 3.69 team ERA that ranks seventh among all league pitching staffs.
- Pitchers for the Mariners combine for the No. 8-ranked WHIP in baseball (1.222).
- Mariners pitchers combine to surrender 135 total home runs at a rate of 1.3 per game (fourth-most in baseball).
- They struck out eight Yankees batters while allowing five hits in a 7-3 win in their last game.
Angels betting info, hitting leaders, & pitching
Angels betting info
- The Angels have entered the game as underdogs 41 times this season and won nine, or 22%, of those games.
- Los Angeles has a record of 1-4 in games where sportsbooks have them as underogs of at least +171 on the moneyline.
- Bookmakers have implied with the moneyline set for this matchup that the Angels have a 36.9% chance to win.
- Los Angeles and its opponents have hit the over in 47 of their 105 games with a total this season.
- The Angels are 47-58-0 against the spread this season.
Angels hitting info
- Ohtani leads Los Angeles in home runs with 24 and runs batted in with 64.
- Ohtani is 11th in homers and 17th in RBI among all hitters in MLB.
- Taylor Ward is batting .272 to lead Los Angeles, while adding 14 homers and 36 runs batted in this season.
- Among all major league hitters, Ward is 60th in homers and 140th in RBI.
- Jared Walsh has collected 84 base hits, an OBP of .277 and a slugging percentage of .408 this season.
- Luis Rengifo has collected 70 hits this season and has an OBP of .321. He’s slugging .417 on the year.
- Rengifo heads into this game on a seven-game hitting streak. During his last 10 outings he is hitting .350 with five doubles, a triple, two walks and seven RBI.
Angels pitching rankings
- The Angels have an 8.8 K/9 this season as a pitching staff, which ranks 11th in the majors.
- The Angels have the 18th-ranked ERA (3.98) in the majors this season.
- Angels pitchers have a 1.260 WHIP this season, 16th in the majors.
- The Angels have given up the 13th-fewest long balls so far this season with 112 home runs allowed.
- They struck out 10 Athletics hitters while allowing eight base hits in an 8-7 loss last time out.