Los Angeles vs Minnesota Wed, May 15
|*Community||MIN -136 81%||o/9.5 62%|
*Consensus from 1345 predictions.
|.32912th||On Base Percentage||.3368th|
I have usually been a fan of Cahill but this year he has not pitched well. Odorizza was expected to be dominant and he has been. No brainer for me today. Twins hitting and Odorizzi on the mound is great formula for success.60%
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Odorizzi has been crushing and I love this match up against the angels for him> He struggles with left handed bats and la stella has been playing great this year and it's unfortunate that Ohtani is back in the LU. But i'm not worried about boar and his high strike out rate and the bottom half the angels LU isn't that inspiring. On the other side, Cahill looks horrible and he is in trouble. Cahills issues come by power bats and the twins team ISO is .197 which is really high. I think we can expect some runs in this one and giving the recent for of Odarizzi I'll take the twins at the -140 all day60%
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All Odorizzi has done over the last month is win games, going 5-0 with a 0.86 ERA over his last five starts (over 31.1 innings). Odorizzi has also not allowed a run in three straight starts, pushing his scoreless streak to 20 innings. Cahill on the other hand is carrying a 6.35 ERA and while he looked descent against Baltimore, I just don't trust Cahill. Give me the better offense with the better hurler.50%
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Betting Prediction for Los Angeles Angels vs Minnesota Twins on May 15, 2019, 1:10 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Minnesota will WIN and the Total will go Under .
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LA Times: Angels end 11-game trip with late rally that falls short against Twins
The Angels' monster trip ended Wednesday at Target Field with an 8-7 loss to the Minnesota Twins. A ninth-inning rally provided three runs. Down to the last out with the bases loaded, Mike Trout was hit in the shoulder to force in the Angels' seventh run, but Shohei Ohtani grounded out.
The Angels were 15-17 when they embarked on the four-city, 11-game trip that began in Monterrey, Mexico, and proceeded to three-game stops in Detroit, Baltimore and finally Minneapolis. After getting swept by the Houston Astros south of the border, the Angels got tantalizingly close to .500 by winning series against the Tigers and Orioles.