Pittsburgh 46-51 | 23-29 away
vs Miami 36-60 | 18-32 home
Saturday 6:10pm ET

Pittsburgh vs Miami Predictions

Sat, Jun 15, 6:10pm ET at Marlins Park
Starting Pitchers
Dario Agrazal (0-0) ERA: 0.00
L3: S/O: 0 WHIP: 0 ER: 0 IP: 0
Pablo Lopez (4-5) ERA: 4.26
L3: S/O: 6.3 WHIP: 0.8 ER: 1 IP: 6

Consensus Picks

Computer MIA -114 u/8
*Community MIA -117 58% o/8 69%

*Consensus from 1334 predictions.

45619thEarned Run Average4.3217th
.2694thQuality Starts01st
20th OFFENSE 30th
5th Hits 24th
6th Strike Outs 17th
28th DEFENSE 11th
28th Hits 8th
13th Strike Outs 18th
2019 NL Central Standings
Chicago 54 44 .551 W4
Milwaukee 52 48 .520 W1
St. Louis 50 47 .515 L1
Pittsburgh 46 51 .474 W1
Cincinnati 44 52 .458 W1
2019 NL East Standings
Atlanta 59 41 .590 L1
Washington 52 45 .536 W1
Philadelphia 51 48 .515 L1
New York 45 53 .459 W1
Miami 36 60 .375 L2
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  • @JamesC • 1m

    this is one of those games where I don't think Lopez is that bad of a pitcher, and I also like the Pirates at this price because Agrazai looked pretty good in the minors and I think his skill set should transfer over to this game for the reasons jon wilks said. This should feel just like a minor league game for him. But This total has dropped a full run so I like the under in this game. Got it at 8 but I guess 7.5 isn't the worst. This is a tough park to hit in so balls should stay in the park

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  • @JonWilks • 1m

    Pablo Lopez isn't a great pitcher and this pirates team lines up really well against him. Lopez see's his strike out rate drop 33% to left handed batters and he gives up a .348 WOBA to them as well. More inporantly he's giving up a 38% hard contact rate to lefties meaning they really put the ball in play against him. The pirates are rolling out 5 left handed batters and the lineup as a whole has a 38% hard hit rate. Dario (I love that name for some reason) is making his major league debut and as we've seen in the pasts teams often struggle because they don't have anything to go off of to prepare for him but minor league info. I try not to take pitchers making their debut but this shouldn't feel any different than a minor league game for him anyways. The marlins lineup looks like a minor league team and there is probably as many people in the stands for a marlins game as their is a minor league game so his nerves shouldn't get the best of him. I love his 55% ground ball rate and love the value of the pirates here.

    My Pick: Pittsburgh +115 50%
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  • @Covers • 1m

     Pittsburgh Pirates vs Miami Marlins on 2019-06-15 added by Covers

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    (57% consensus). The Pittsburgh Pirates took out their frustrations on the Miami Marlins' pitching staff in the opener of a three-game series Friday night. The Pirates will try to build off the series-opening rout when the teams continue their weekend set Saturday... http://bit.ly/2uyOMeC

  • @OddsShark • 1m

    Betting Prediction for Pittsburgh Pirates vs Miami Marlins on June 15, 2019, 6:10 PM ET

     Pittsburgh Pirates vs Miami Marlins on 2019-06-15 added by OddsShark

    Free Betting Prediction: Miami will Win and the Total will go Under .

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  • @Pirates • 1m

    Bucs Dugout: Series Preview: Pirates at Marlins


    The Pirates travel to southern Florida this weekend to face the Miami Marlins in a battle of last place teams. The Pirates have had a miserable week, losing seven in a row while going 2-8 in their last ten games. Miami is 4-6 during the same stretch but won their last game.

    Both teams have been outscored by a bunch this year; Miami by 65 runs, the Pirates by 88.

    The Pirates have been putting runs on the board but the pitching has been very inconsistent and unreliable. They've allowed 384 runs this season, by far the worst in the National League.

  • @Marlins • 1m

    Fish Stripes: PIT 11, MIA 0; Richards struggles against slumping Pirates


    The Marlins got beat soundly in yesterday's game. The Pirates jumped on Richards in the fifth inning. Miami's offense looked real bad against one of the worse pitching teams in the league.

    The Marlins were able to get 9 hits against the Pirates. None of these base-runners ever made it past home plate. The Marlins had multiple chances to do something, most of the time it was ended with a strike out. One of the biggest moments was in bottom of the third. Jorge Alfaro was up with the bases loaded, two outs, and struck out on a pitch up in the zone.

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