Los Angeles vs Tampa Bay Predictions
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*Consensus from 998 predictions.
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The +172 plus money is tempting, but the issue with the Angels here is that Morton has been stellar on the year, and is coming off of back-to-back seven inning shutout performances heading into this start. Tampa Bay should be able to get the win here today, but at these odds the value bet is probably on the UNDER 8.5 in what should be a defensive game today.50%
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Tampa Bay Rays (78% consensus). The Tampa Bay Rays hope to ride the momentum from an inspiring comeback victory when they host the Los Angeles Angels for the third of a four-game series Saturday afternoon. The Rays had lost three in a row and trailed 4-0 through 5 1/2 frames Friday before scoring nine times combined in the sixth and seventh innings en route to a 9-4 win while going 8-for-16 with runners in scoring position... http://bit.ly/2J3bpLo
Betting Prediction for Los Angeles Angels vs Tampa Bay Rays on June 15, 2019, 1:10 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Tampa Bay will Win and the Total will go Over .
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TBO Rays: Rays fall behind early in 5-3 loss to Angels
Charlie Morton suffers his first loss of the season as the disappointing homestand trudges on.
Rays pitcher Charlie Morton (50) lost Saturday for the first time since last August. MONICA HERNDON | Times
ST. PETERSBURG -- It has been a bad week for the Rays.
On Saturday they again fell behind early, and again lost to the Angels after a reprieve comeback win on Friday. They again lost at home, something that didn't happen much last season, when they went 51-30 as part of their 90-win breakout.
DRaysBay: Rays 3, Angels 5: Dog days of June
On bark at the park day, the Rays refused to roll over and play dead. They battled back from an four run deficit, before coming up on the losing side of a 5-3 dogfight. It was Charlie Morton's first loss in four dog years.
With the club sporting Devil Ray throwbacks, Morton was bedeviled by Angels not named Trout and Ohtani. The big two were 0 for 6 with 3 strikeouts against Morton. The rest of the lineup were like yippy little Yorkshire terriers, pestering the Rays righty throughout his six innings of work, scoring four times on five hits.
TBO Rays: Rays vs. Angels lineups, Morton on the mound
Charlie Morton takes the hill for the Rays in their Saturday matinee against the Angels. The right-handed pitcher owns a 2.10 ERA and an undefeated 8-0 record through 14 starts this season.
In his last outing, Morton allowed only two hits over seven innings of work.
"We're going to let (Morton) go deep, especially the way he's throwing the ball," said Rays manager Kevin Cash. "I don't think we could ask much more of what Charlie Morton has provided to date, and hopefully that continues today."
Here is how the Rays line up:
DH Avisail Garcia
LF Tommy Pham
RF Austin Meadows
3B Yandy Diaz
1B Ji-Man Choi
SS Willy Adames
CF Kevin Kiermaier
C Travis d'Arnaud
2B Joey Wendle
RHP Charlie Morton
Here is how the Angels line up:
RF Kole Calhoun
CF Mike Trout
DH Shohei Ohtani
C Kevan Smith
LF Brian Goodwin
3B David Fletcher
1B Justin Bour
SS Wilfredo Tovar
2B Luis Rengifo
LHP Jose Suarez