27 May, 2023
The Miami Marlins are 28th in MLB with a runs per game average of 3.7. They have scored 187 runs and have a.312 on-base percentage. The Marlins have together collected 79 two-baggers and sent 49 balls over the fence. They have 440 base hits and 440 runs batted in this season, and their team batting average is currently.256. Miami has a slugging percentage of.398 and has walked 129 times while striking out 428 times.
The Marlins’ staff has fanned 467 batters this season, ranking them 20th in the league with a team earned run average of 4.44. The Marlins’ pitching staff has allowed 237 runs and 60 long balls overall, which ranks 21st in the league. Their pitching staff has caused 176 walks to opposing batters this season, and as a club, their FIP is 4.24. Miami has given up 223 earned runs and 8.6 hits per nine innings. They have a 2.65 strikeout to walk ratio and a 1.34 WHIP from their pitching staff.
The Marlins have sent 178 relievers to the mound this season. On the season, the relief pitchers have given up 89 runners, and 30.3% of them have advanced to home plate. They’ve had 14 saves this year and have missed 7 of their other 21 opportunities. The Marlins’ relief pitchers have entered the game in 49 save situations and had a 66.7% save percentage. The relievers now rank eleventh in the league with 28 holds. Pitchers in the Marlins bullpen have faced 58 situations with runners in scoring position and 67 high leverage situations.
The Miami Marlins have recorded 1,357 putouts, 458 assists, and 29 errors thus far this season. They rank 22nd in professional baseball for fielding percentage (.984) and have turned 46 double plays. In 4,071 innings, the Marlins have turned 67.9% of balls in play into outs, placing them 22nd in MLB.
Throughout his career, Cabrera has pitched 144 innings and 164 batters have been struck out. His career WHIP is 1.316, and he has allowed 67 earned runs. His earned run average is 4.18. He has walked 83 times while striking out 107 batters for 6.7 hits per nine innings. Cabrera (9-11 career record) has faced 618 opposition batters throughout his stint in the major leagues, and he has a FIP of 4.99.
The Angels rank ninth in the league in team SLG% at.425 and average 4.94 runs per game. They have 252 runs scored, 154 free bases earned, and 75 two-baggers to their name. Los Angeles has 67 long balls and 248 runs batted in so far this season. They have 450 base knocks to their credit and 437 strikeouts, which ranks 15th in the league. This season, the Los Angeles Angels have an OBP of.327 and a batting average of.260.
With 236 runs given up this season, the Los Angeles pitching staff has a club ERA of 4.20 (210 earned runs given up). They’ve allowed 53 home runs and 4.72 runs per nine innings, which ranks them 18th in the league. The Angels have a team WHIP of 1.295 and a FIP of 4.27 for the current year. The K/BB ratio for this team is now 8.70 (434 strikeouts vs. 178 bases on balls). With 405 total hits allowed, their pitching staff is presently ranked 12th in MLB.
The Angels have 66 save opportunities, 38 holds, and 11 missed saves. In 28 save opportunities, Los Angeles’ bullpen relievers have taken the mound, and they have earned 17 saves. Their relief pitchers have entered the game 49 times with runners on base and 56 times in high leverage situations. Of the 80 inherited runners, Los Angeles relievers scored 46.3% of the time. They have sent 149 relievers onto the field so far this season, and they now hold the 18th-best save percentage in the league (60.7%).
The Angels’ defensive effectiveness in 4,056 innings played on the field is 69.8%, which ranks 12th in MLB. The Los Angeles Angels have produced 40 double plays and have the 24th-best fielding percentage in Major League Baseball (.982). The Angels have 1,352 putouts on the season, 438 assists, 32 errors, and a total of 438 assists.
Ohtani (33-15 record overall) has a 2.97 earned run average and allows 6.4 hits per nine innings. He has faced 1,651 opposition hitters in his career and has a strikeout to walk ratio of 3.64. He has given up 135 ERs and currently has a WHIP and FIP of 1.062 and 3.2, respectively. Ohtani has pitched 408 innings in the MLB, giving up 291 base hits and 521 strikeouts.
Which team will prevail on the moneyline or spread in tonight’s MLB game?
Pick : Go with Miami (+170)
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