15 June, 2023
At Globe Life Field on Thursday, the Texas Rangers (41-25) will host the Los Angeles Angels (38-31). The Angels are favored by -115 on the moneyline for this game while the Rangers are expected to win by -105. There are 8 total. Shohei Ohtani and Nathan Eovaldi will both start as pitchers.
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Together, the Angels have hit 97 home runs and accumulated 110 two-baggers. Los Angeles is hitting.433, striking out 604 times, and walking 231 times while slugging .433. The Los Angeles Angels are seventh in the league with 4.9 runs per game as a club. This season, they have collected 601 hits, 329 runs batted in, and a.256 batting average. They have a team on-base percentage of.330 and have scored 340 runs.
The Angels’ staff has struck out 601 batters this season, ranking them 16th in the league with a team earned run average of 4.19. Pitchers for the Angels have allowed 319 runs overall and 75 home runs, which ranks 20th in baseball. Their team FIP thus far this year is 4.31 and they have walked 246 opponents. Los Angeles has given up 285 earned runs in addition to 571 hits (8.4 per 9 innings). They have a 2.44 K/BB ratio and a 1.33 WHIP for their pitching staff.
205 bullpen pitchers have been sent out by the Angels this season. For the year, the relief pitchers have inherited 100 runners, and 41.0% of those runners have reached base. Over the course of the season, they have made 24 saves and missed 12 of their 36 chances to make saves. The Angels’ relievers have entered the game in 87 save situations and have a cumulative save percentage of 66.7%. The relievers now rank second in MLB with 51 holds overall this season. The pitchers for the Angels have made 76 appearances in high leverage situations and have come into the game 62 times with runners on base.
The Angels are ranked 17th in professional baseball because they have turned 68.9% of the balls hit into play into outs over 5,514 innings. This season, the Los Angeles Angels have recorded 1,838 putouts, 579 assists, and 40 mistakes. They have 59 total double plays and a fielding percentage of.984, which places them 22nd in professional baseball.
In his pro baseball career so far, Ohtani has pitched for 425 frames and been struck out 543 times. He has a 3.02 ERA (143 earned runs allowed) and a 1.081 WHIP. He has walked 152 times while giving up 308 base hits (6.5 hits per nine innings). Ohtani (33-16 career record) has faced 1,726 hitters in the major leagues and has a FIP of 3.24.
The Rangers lead all MLB teams in scoring with 6.20 runs per game and a team SLG% of.454. They have walked 225 times, ran 409 runs, and hit 143 two-baggers. Texas has hit 87 home runs and driven in 392 runs so far this season. They have a total of 631 base knocks and have been rung up on 581 occasions, placing them 16th in the league. The Texas Rangers have a team batting average of.273 and an on-base percentage of.341 for the season.
This season, the Rangers have a team WHIP of 1.281 and a team FIP of 3.94. They have an 8.40 strikeout to walk ratio (548 strikeouts to 189 free passes). As a staff, they presently hold the fourth-best mark in the league with 513 total hits surrendered. They have allowed 65 long balls and rank sixth in MLB in runs allowed per nine innings (4.10). The Texas pitching staff has a collective ERA of 3.79 (247 earned runs given up) and has surrendered 267 runs this season.
Out of their 103 inherited runners, Texas relievers have a 31.1% success rate. Their bullpen pitchers have entered the field 61 times with base runners and 49 times in high leverage situations. The Rangers now have 55 save opportunities, 32 holds, and 10 missed saves. They had 177 relievers on the field so far this year, which ranks 24th in the league in terms of save percentage. In 22 save opportunities, Texas has used relief pitchers to take the mound, and they have secured 12 saves.
The Texas Rangers’ fielding percentage of.987 ranks 12th in the majors and they have turned 58 double plays. The Rangers have accumulated 571 assists, 31 mistakes, and 1,759 putouts overall for the season. The Rangers have a defensive efficiency of 70.6% throughout their 5,277 innings on the field, ranking them fifth in MLB.
Eovaldi (career win-loss record of 76-70) has a 4.05 ERA and allows 9.2 hits per 9 innings. In his MLB career, he has faced 5,689 opposition batters and has a K/BB ratio of 3.06. He has a WHIP of 1.300, a FIP of 3.8, and a total of 605 earned runs allowed. Eovaldi has pitched 1,344 innings thus far in his career, giving up 1,375 base hits while striking out 1,143 batters.
Pick Texas (+105)