Kansas City vs Los Angeles Fri, May 17
|*Community||LAA -180 70%||o/10 58%|
*Consensus from 1436 predictions.
|.31818th||On Base Percentage||.32912th|
Keller has been rocked in 2 of his last 3 starts and Harvey had issues early this season but has looked improved of late. The problem with KC is their offense production and they have been losing games by the boatload and there's only three teams that have lost more money than them up to this point. Angels are the clear favorite here but at -160 there are better games on the board today.
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Los Angeles Angels (75% consensus). The Los Angeles Angels began their nine-game road trip with a flourish, scoring 36 runs to win four of the first five contests before surrendering 21 to lose three of their last four. The Angels look to regain their footing on Friday when they begin a nine-game homestand with the opener of a three-game series versus the Kansas City Royals, who are an American League-worst 5-14 on the road... http://bit.ly/2E6GZ6V
Betting Prediction for Kansas City Royals vs Los Angeles Angels on May 17, 2019, 10:07 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: LA Angels will Win and the Total will go Under .
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Royals Review: Game 45: Kansas City Royals vs. Los Angeles Angels
Kansas City Royals (15-29) @ Los Angeles Angels (20-23)
Brad Keller (2-4, 4.47 ERA) vs. Matt Harvey (1-3, 6.69 ERA)
First pitch- 9:07 CT
Angel Stadium, Anaheim, California
Quick hits:Kelvin Gutierrez optioned to Omaha, Heath Fillmyer re-called
Adalberto Mondesi is the DH tonight, Chris Owings starts at shortstop
Billy Hamilton sits for the second straight game
Royals went 1-2 against Angels in Kansas City in the last meeting
Harvey threw seven innings of one-run ball against the Royals on April 28th
Royals Review: Los Angeles Angels Series Preview: Tommy La Stella's boys welcome in the Royals
The Royals head west to take on the Los Angeles Angels in a battle of former AL West foes. This is not in any way scientific, but the Royals have alternated doing well in Los Angeles with doing poorly year after year, and last season they were swept in three games, so that bodes well for them. The Angels offense is actually pretty good. You can see below that they don't have a single wRC+ below 100 in their projected lineup. And they obviously have the best player in the game, so that doesn't hurt either. This is a lineup that just doesn't strike out, which might remind you of the 2015 Royals, but this club has more power than that one.