Cleveland vs Seattle Mon, Apr 15
|*Community||SEA +100 61%||o/8 56%|
*Consensus from 2921 predictions.
|31222nd||Earned Run Average||5.402nd|
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Seattle Mariners (63% consensus). The Cleveland Indians look to rebound from a rough series in Kansas City when they send Trevor Bauer to the mound on Monday for the opener of a three-game set against the host Seattle Mariners. The Indians were cruising along with five straight wins after knocking off Detroit in the first game of their road trip before dropping four of five, including three straight at Kansas City in which they allowed a total of 20 runs... http://bit.ly/2E6om38
Betting Prediction for Cleveland Indians vs Seattle Mariners on April 15, 2019, 10:10 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Cleveland will WIN and the Total will go Under .
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NEO Sports Insiders: Pitching Matchups for the Indians Three-Game Set in Seattle
Following a weekend to forget in Kansas City, the Indians first long road swing of the season will continue on Monday night as they head out west to take on the Seattle Mariners at T-Mobile Park.
The Tribe will enter play at 8-7, while the M's are still atop the AL West at 13-5, though they too are coming off a tough weekend in which they were swept by the Houston Astros.
Here's the pitching battles for the three games starting tonight with Trevor Bauer for the Indians.
April 15 @ Seattle, 10:10PM (SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/IRN)
RHP Trevor Bauer vs.
NEO Sports Insiders: Kipnis is Back, Indians Begin Series in Seattle - The Tribe Starting Nine
The Indians will look to rebound after their awful three-game set over the weekend in Kansas City against the Royals.
The team fell being outscored 11-1 in the first two games, and then Sunday they put up eight runs, only to see Corey Kluber not be able to throw strikes and eventually the team fell in the ninth as Brad Hand couldn't close it out in a 9-8 setback.
Now at 8-7, the team will take on the high-powered Seattle Mariners, who are themselves coming off a three-game sweep the wrong way at the hands of the Houston Astros.
Let's Go Tribe: Series Preview: Cleveland Indians at Seattle Mariners
Well that was downright atrocious. The Indians went to Kauffman Stadium to face the Royals (who had lost ten in a row) and completely face planted. Yes it was only three games, but getting swept by a team as bad as the Royals is downright embarrassing. Add in the recent news about Brad Miller and you've got the makings of a team in disarray. And now, they have to head out west to face a very hot, very good Seattle Mariners team. Joy.
Here's how the Mariners have fared so far in 2019.<strong>Team in a box</strong> 2019 Seattle Mariners
Runs Scored 126 Runs Allowed 91 Run Differential +35 Streak L3 AVG .
Fansided: Cleveland Indians: Previewing a late night series in Seattle
Well if you enjoyed watching the Cleveland Indians poop the bed in Kansas City, you'll certainly love when they have to travel to Seattle to face the home run hitting Mariners who also happen to be one of the hottest teams in baseball.
Lackluster performances all around let to the Tribe underwhelming in their outing against Kansas City. The starting pitching that has been so critical for the Indians was a disaster, and the offense floundered for two of the games against the Royals.
So what are the Indians to do? Well, they won't have to use a Triple-A pitcher for some time (although he was the best starter the Indians had all weekend).
Lookout Landing: Series Preview: Mariners (13-5) vs. Cleveland (8-7)
Well that weekend series took a bit of wind out of the Mariners sails. I don't think anyone expected the Mariners to win the series, especially with Justin Verlander and Gerrit Cole on the mound. But I think we can feel good about how competitively the Mariners played the Astros each game this weekend, even if they didn't come away with a victory. Progress is being made on some of the Mariners weaknesses (the defense) while others continue to be a source of anxiety (the bullpen). At least we still have dingers!
Lookout Landing: Mariners trade C David Freitas for A-level reliever Sal Biasi
After the news of Wade LeBlanc's oblique injury requiring a very not-neat recovery time of four to six weeks, I thought we might see a trade, and here it is!
Mariners have acquired Minor League RH pitcher Sal Biasi from Brewers for C David Freitas.-- Greg Johns (@GregJohnsMLB) April 14, 2019
I...wait. What? Minor league, okay, he's probably a Triple-A guy, maybe someone who's been around for a while who
Okay well he's probably got some really outstanding peripherals that will make him a quick mover, maybe an elite K-BB or GB% or
To their credit, the Mariners analytics staff did spot Brandon Brennan hanging out on a table at the White Sox's garage sale, and then stole him from the Rockies when Colorado put him down for a second to pick up a slightly-used Craig Gentry.