Seattle vs Minnesota Wed, Jun 12
|*Community||MIN -224 80%||u/9.5 54%|
*Consensus from 1661 predictions.
|.32515th||On Base Percentage||.3385th|
I love the Twins Run Line -1.5 in this one. I fully expect Tommy Milone to get blown to bits in this one. He has a 5.11 ERA in his career in this park and the Twins have the best offense in the league. I will look for the Twins to score runs at will against this Seattle pitching. Jose Berrios has been the ace of the Twins and Minnesota is 25-6 in his last 31 home starts. The Mariners have not been that great on offense since their first 15 games of the year and I dont see that changing here vs Berrios. Take the Twins to win this one easily by 4 or 5 runs at th least60%
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