Miami vs Cleveland Wed, Apr 24
|*Community||CLE -152 59%||o/9 64%|
*Consensus from 1159 predictions.
|.28629th||On Base Percentage||.31122nd|
Alcantara hasn't looked great but IMO he's better than this ERA. The Unders is worth a look, two solid pitchers and Miami has zero no offense.
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Miami comes in as the hotter team but they are still dead last in runs scored (30th) and Rodriquez is better than Alcantara. I like Cleveland to snap their 3 game losing streak today. But at -170 I'll take a shot with Indians -1.5 (+115)50%
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Betting Prediction for Miami Marlins vs Cleveland Indians on April 24, 2019, 1:10 PM ET
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CBS Miami: Marlins Bullpen Falters Late In 6-2 Loss To Cleveland
CLEVELAND (CBSMiami/AP) -- The Miami Marlins couldn't use the momentum from a late home run to overcome their interleague host.
Jose Ramirez homered and drove in four runs, Jake Bauers' eighth-inning single scored the go-ahead run and the Cleveland Indians defeated the Marlins 6-2 on Wednesday.
Martin Prado's two-out homer for Miami tied the game in the top of the eighth, but the Indians responded by scoring four times to snap a three-game losing streak.
Ramirez hit a two-out homer in the first and had an RBI single in the third. His eighth-inning double added two runs and capped Cleveland's big inning.
Miami Herald: Miami Marlins split series with Cleveland Indians after eighth-inning collapse
For a moment, Martin Prado gave the Miami Marlins' offense a spark. With two outs and a 1-2 count in the eighth inning against the Cleveland Indians, Prado belted a four-seam fastball from former teammate Nick Wittgren that grazed the top of the left-field wall at Progressive Field for a game-tying home run.
The rally attempt was short lived.
The Marlins gave up four runs in the bottom half of the inning and the offense was quickly retired in the ninth for a 6-2 loss Wednesday to split the two-game series.
Relief pitchers Adam Conley and Tayron Guerrero combined to give up four hits, a walk and a hit by pitch in the eighth.
Let's Go Tribe: Indians offense comes alive late to sink the Marlins
Backed by the bat of Jose Ramirez and another solid outing from starting pitcher Jefry Rodriguez, the Cleveland Indians defeated the Miami Marlins 6-2, in spite of an anemic offense that was absent for the most of the afternoon before coming alive in the late innings.
Jose Ramirez homered in the first inning and then added an RBI single in the third en route to an early 2-0 lead for the Tribe. For seven innings, it seemed as if those two runs would be enough to put away the Marlins, in large part because of Rodriguez's performance on the mound.
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Miami Herald: Pablo Lopez has his best start of the season and the Marlins beat the Indians on the road
Pablo Lopez's bid for a no-hitter against the Cleveland Indians ended in the bottom of the sixth inning on Tuesday when Jose Ramirez floated a one-out single to shallow right field.
Lopez's best start of the season, however, continued on a little bit longer.
The 25-year-old right-hander threw a season-long 6 1/3 innings while giving up just two hits and an unearned run to lift the Marlins to a 3-1 win over the Indians at Progressive Field to begin a two-game series. The Marlins (7-16) will go for the sweep on Wednesday. First pitch is set for 1:10 p.
NEO Sports Insiders: Indians Begin Short Series with the Marlins at Progressive Field, The Tribe Starting Nine
CLEVELAND - The Indians are back in action after losing two of three rather ugly games on Saturday and Sunday against the Atlanta Braves, as they are home for a short two-game set against the Miami Marlins.
The Marlins enter Progressive Field as the worst team in baseball record wise at 6-16, but with the way the Indians have played thus far in 2019, nothing is for sure.
Tonight Carlos Carrasco is on the mound for the Indians, he's coming off an outstanding start at Seattle in which he went seven innings, not allowing a run on three hits with 12 strikeouts.