Seattle vs Minnesota Predictions
|*Community||MIN -165 76%||u/10 51%|
*Consensus from 651 predictions.
|72915th||Earned Run Average||4.188th|
Money coming in on Seattle and I followed. +155 still attractive plus money
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I fully expect the Twins to put a beat down on the Mariners after what happened last night. Kikuchi has been a dumpster fire in his last three starts as his ERA is blowing up faster then mentos in a 2 liter of coke. I expect the best offense in baseball to put a beat down on him. While Pineda hasnt been great for the Twins hes backed by a Twins offense that is on pace for a franchise record 317 homers with 127 in the first 65 games. Factor in Seattles bullpen being 28th in the majors and the Twins should get an easy win here here. ML is a little steep so I am leaning heavy on the RL50%
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Minnesota Twins (78% consensus). Daniel Vogelbach is finding Minnesota pitching to his liking and will look for another productive outing on Thursday when the Seattle Mariners close a three-game set against the host Twins. Vogelbach recorded his first career four-hit game, one being a homer, in Seattle's 9-6, 10-inning win on Wednesday and is 9-for-20 with three homers and seven RBIs against Minnesota this season... http://bit.ly/2J4p18P
Betting Prediction for Seattle Mariners vs Minnesota Twins on June 13, 2019, 1:10 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Minnesota will Win and the Total will go Under .
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The Seattle Times: Another day, another Mariners bullpen disaster in a loss to the Twins in Minnesota
MINNEAPOLIS -- Even if the Mariners don't want this to be the expectation, it has become reality -- and it doesn't seem likely to change in a season that's already lost.
For a third consecutive day at Target Field, the Mariners bullpen delivered another abysmal showing, turning a promising bounce-back start from Yusei Kikuchi and a tie game into another lopsided loss. Seattle relievers gave up nine runs in two innings, leading to a 10-5 drubbing by the Twins that wasn't that close. It was the 16th time this season that the Mariners pitching staff has given up double-digit runs.