Seattle Mariners vs San Francisco Giants Prediction, 7/3/2023 MLB Picks, Best Bets & Odds
Game: Seattle Mariners vs San Francisco Giants
Date: Monday, July 3, 2023
Location: Oracle Park in San Francisco, CA
TV: NBC Sports Bay Area
The San Francisco Giants (46-37) host the Seattle Mariners (39-42) at Oracle Park on Monday. The pitchers who are expected to start are Bryan Woo and Logan Webb.
As a team, the Seattle Mariners are putting up 4.5 runs per contest, which puts them at 15th in baseball. They have tallied 365 runs scored while holding a team OBP of .309. The Mariners have accumulated 130 two-baggers as a unit and have smacked 94 balls out of the park. They have recorded 352 runs batted in as well as 626 base knocks on the campaign, and their team batting average is at .230. Seattle is slugging .387 and have struck out 790 times, while drawing a walk on 276 occasions.
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The Mariners have an ERA of 3.92 on the season (10th in the league), and the staff has rung up 728 hitters. Mariners pitchers have conceded 83 long balls and 349 total runs (10th in MLB). They have walked 217 players from the other team and their FIP sits at 3.75 as a team on the season. Seattle has conceded 659 hits (8.2 per 9 innings) and also 316 earned runs. Their strikeout to walk ratio sits at 3.35 and their pitching staff holds a WHIP of 1.21.
The Mariners have dispatched 275 relief pitchers to the mound on the campaign. The relief pitchers have inherited 104 base runners over the course of the season with 26.9% of them crossed home plate. They have earned 18 saves on the season and have not converted 13 out of their 31 save opportunities. The Mariners bullpen have recorded a save rate of 58.1% and has come into the game in 75 save situations. The relievers have tallied 43 holds on the season (18th in MLB). Mariners relief pitchers have come into the game with opponents on base 82 times as well as having 82 appearances in high leverage situations.
The Mariners have transformed 69.4% of balls hit into play into outs out of their 6,525 innings, which has them sitting at 12th in professional baseball. The San Francisco Giants have notched a total of 2,175 putouts so far this season, in addition to 707 assists and 39 errors. Their fielding percentage is at .987 which is 12th in pro baseball, and they have turned 62 double plays.
Woo has thrown 22 innings and is sitting with 32 strikeouts during his MLB career. His earned run average is 4.37 (11 earned runs allowed) and his WHIP is 1.235. He has allowed 22 hits (8.7 hits per 9 innings) with 6 walks. Woo (1-1 career record) is the owner of a FIP of 2.97 while facing 96 opposing batters in the majors.
The San Francisco Giants are sitting with a team on-base percentage of .325 in addition to a batting average of .249 on the season. They have been called out on strikes on 801 occasions (2nd in MLB) and have tallied 706 base hits. San Francisco has hit 99 HRs this season as well as 389 runs batted in. The Giants have a slugging percentage of .409 and they tally 4.78 runs per outing (10th in baseball). They have hit 142 doubles, while taking a walk 286 times as well as recording 397 runs.
The Giants have a WHIP of 1.254 and are the owners of a FIP of 3.91 as a pitching staff for the season. They have earned a K/BB ratio of 8.80 (727 strikeouts against 226 free passes). They come in at 20th in the league as a staff in total hits given up with 701. They have conceded 86 dingers and they yield 4.35 runs per 9 innings (13th in MLB). The San Francisco pitching staff have conceded 357 runs over the course of the season while holding an ERA of 3.90 (320 earned runs surrendered).
San Francisco has had bullpen pitchers enter the game in 41 save chances and they have tallied 32 saves. They are currently ranked 2nd in the league with a save percentage of 78.0%, and they have sent 254 relief pitchers onto the diamond on the season. Their relievers have stepped onto the hill 78 times in high leverage situations and on 74 occasions with base runners. San Francisco relief pitchers hold an inherited score percentage of 26.9% out of 108 inherited runners. With 81 save situations, the Giants have recorded 38 holds and 9 blown saves.
In their 6,657 innings on the diamond, the Giants have earned a defensive efficiency of 67.9% (24th in MLB). The San Francisco Giants have gotten 78 double plays and own a fielding percentage of .980 (30th in baseball). The Giants have racked up 819 assists, 61 errors and have a total of 2,219 putouts so far this year.
So far in his MLB career, Webb has surrendered 510 base knocks while he has totaled 510 K's in 545 innings pitched. Webb (38-26 career mark) is the owner of a 3.47 ERA while allowing 8.4 hits per nine innings. He has allowed a total of 210 ER's while earning a WHIP of 1.200 and a FIP of 3.2. His strikeout to walk ratio is 3.54 and he has faced 2,245 batters in his MLB career.
Who will win tonight's MLB game against the spread or moneyline?
Josh Schonwald's Pick: Take Seattle
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