01 June, 2023
The Miami Marlins (28-27) and San Diego Padres (25-29) will play one other on Thursday at loanDepot park. The Padres are open at -115 on the moneyline for this game, while the Marlins are at -105. The sum is fixed at 7.5. The expected starting pitchers are Joe Musgrove and Jesus Luzardo.
San Diego is hitting .384 and has walked 232 times while striking out 481 times. Their batting average is .222, and they have 392 base hits in addition to 211 runs batted in this season. Together, the Padres have collected 88 doubles and launched 63 baseballs outside of Petco Park. They currently have 223 runs and a.317 team on-base percentage. The San Diego Padres rank 24th in the league in team scoring with 4.1 runs scored per game.
The Padres have a staff earned run average of 3.98 and have struck out 451 batters this season, ranking them 10th in the league. The Padres’ pitching staff is sixth in MLB with 223 runs and 59 home runs allowed. They have struck out 178 opponents this year, and their collective FIP is 4.26. San Diego has given up 212 earned runs in addition to 429 hits (8.1 per 9 innings). Their pitching staff’s combined WHIP is 1.27, and they have a strikeout to walk ratio of 2.53.
The Padres’ relievers have entered the game in 54 save situations and had a 62.5% save percentage. 39.7% of the 58 runners that the relief pitchers have inherited this season have scored a run for their team. The relief relievers for the Padres have faced high-leverage situations 57 times and taken the mound 36 times with runners on base. 165 relief pitchers have taken the mound for the Padres this season. This season, the relief pitchers have 30 holds, which ranks 12th in MLB. They have had 15 saves this season and have missed 9 of their 24 save opportunities.
Out of 4,311 innings played, the Padres have turned 70.8% of balls hit into play into outs, placing them second in professional baseball. The San Diego Padres currently have 1,437 putouts, 470 assists, and 19 mistakes for the season. With a fielding percentage of.990, they are now ranked fourth in professional baseball and have turned over 42 double plays.
Throughout his career, Musgrove has pitched for 889 innings and has recorded 883 strikeouts. His WHIP is 1.178 and his ERA is 3.86 (381 earned runs allowed). 821 base hits (8.3 hits per nine innings) and 227 free passes have been surrendered by him. Musgrove (career record: 52–56) has faced 3,713 opposing hitters in the majors and has a 3.83 FIP.
Miami has hit 196 RBIs and 54 HRs so far this season. They have scored 207 runs, walked 152 times, and hit 80 two-baggers. Over the course of the season, the Miami Marlins have amassed an on-base percentage of.319 and a batting average of.259 as a club. The Marlins are scoring 3.76 runs per game, which ranks them 28th in the league, and have a team slugging percentage of.398. They have 483 hits and have also had 471 strikeouts, which ranks 20th in baseball.
The Marlins now have a team WHIP of 1.364 and a FIP of 4.25 for the season. With 466 total hits allowed, their pitching staff is ranked 22nd in MLB. The Miami pitching staff has allowed 253 runs while posting an ERA of 4.34 (236 earned runs allowed) for the season. They have 201 walks compared to 502 strikeouts, for a K/BB ratio of 9.20. They rank 17th in MLB for runs allowed per nine innings (4.66) and have surrendered 62 long balls.
The Marlins had 61 save opportunities, with 61 holds and 10 missed saves. In 25 save opportunities, Miami’s bullpen relievers entered the game, and they were successful 15 times. Their relievers have entered the game 67 times with runners on base and 78 times in high leverage situations. Out of the 101 inherited base runners, Miami relief pitchers have an inherited score percentage of 30.7%. They have sent 198 bullpen relievers to the mound so far this season, and they are now ranked 19th in baseball with a save percentage of 60.0%.
With 51 double plays made, the Miami Marlins have the 21st-best fielding percentage in MLB. This season, the Marlins had 1,468 putouts, 488 assists, 32 errors, and a total of 488 assists. The Marlins rank 25th in professional baseball for defense efficiency with 67.9% of their 4,404 innings played.
In 328 innings of professional baseball, Luzardo has struck out 363 batters while giving up 304 base hits. He has a WHIP of 1.299, a FIP of 4.1, and 161 earned runs allowed. In his pro baseball career, he has faced 1,392 opposing batters and has a strikeout to walk ratio of 2.98. Luzardo (17-21 career record) allows 8.3 hits per nine innings and has a 4.42 ERA.
Which team will win in today’s MLB game?
Pick: San Diego (-115)