Los Angeles vs St. Louis Predictions
|*Community||STL -135 57%||o/9 62%|
*Consensus from 2521 predictions.
|51111th||Earned Run Average||4.1121st|
I like the plus money here with the Angles, they need a game out of this series and I believe they have the chance to do it with Mikolas on the mound for the Cards.70%
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Another good matchup in my opinion for today. Skaggs and Mikolas have been let down by their offensive output when they have been on the mound but I think we get a good one here tonight.80%
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Love Love Love the Cards to get the Series win here on Sunday Night Baseball. The Angels came into this series red-hot, but the Cardinals have cooled them off in a short period of time. The Cards have been playing a lot better as of late and they have won 12 of Mikolas last 16 home starts. Miles Mikolas is 4-3 with a 2.55 ERA here at home, while Tyler Skaggs has gone 4-4 with a 5.27 ERA on the road. The Cards are the better team here and they have gone 24-15 at home, while the Angels are just 19-22 on the road. We also note that LA is 3-13 in their last 16 games after losing the first 2 games of a series. I will look for the Cards to sweep the Angels out of St. Louis60%
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St. Louis Cardinals (59% consensus). The Cardinals have made Albert Pujols' return to St. Louis a tough one with back-to-back wins to open a three-game interleague series with his Los Angeles Angels. They'll aim for the sweep against Pujols and the Angels when the three-game set concludes Sunday night... http://bit.ly/2GoC6fD
Betting Prediction for Los Angeles Angels vs St. Louis Cardinals on June 23, 2019, 7:08 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: LA Angels will Win and the Total will go Under .
The St. Louis Cardinals look to complete the three-game sweep over the visiting Los Angeles Angels and they are a -135 favorite to do so with the Angels coming back at +115. Tyler Skaggs and Miles Mikolas do battle on the mound with the total opening at 9 runs.Angels vs Cardinals Game Center. Original matchup: http://bit.ly/2Rqhu8Y
St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Pujols gets two more hits; Angels lead Cards 2-0 in seventh
Albert Pujols had two singles in his first four at-bats for the Los Angeles Angels Sunday night at Busch Stadium, giving him four hits, including a homer, in the three games he played here in his return after being gone nearly eight years.
Pujols received standing ovations before each of at-bats, grounding out the other two times.
The Angels took a 1-0 lead in the second when Miles Mikolas, who rarely walks anyone, passed opposing pitcher Tyler Skaggs with two out. Mikolas paid when Tommy La Stella singled home a run.
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St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Cardinals try to sweep Angels as fans have one last chance to celebrate Pujols
The Cardinals will go for their first three-game sweep since they dusted the Chicago Cubs on May 3-June 2 when they play the Los Angeles Angels Sunday at Busch Stadium, whose patrons will bid good-bye to longtime Cardinals star Albert Pujols, the Angels' first baseman.
Barring an Angels-Cardinals World Series in the next couple of years, Sunday will be the final time the 39-year-old Pujols, who hit a dramatic, well-received homer on Saturday, will play here.
Pujols will be at first base, hitting fifth for the Angels against Cardinals righthander Miles Mikolas, who scored his first big-league victory against the Angels on May 20, 2012, in an interleague game while he was pitching for San Diego.