San Francisco Giants vs. Seattle Mariners - 4/4/18 MLB Pick, Odds, and Prediction
Seattle Mariners (3-1) at San Francisco Giants (2-3)
MLB Baseball: Wednesday, April 4, 2018 at 7:15 pm (AT&T Park)
Felix Hernandez (1-0) (0.00) vs. J Cueto (0-0) (0.00)
The Line: San Francisco Giants -141 / Seattle Mariners +131 --- Over/Under: 7.5 See the Latest Odds
The Seattle Mariners take the field at the San Francisco Giants in an interleague MLB tilt on Wednesday.
The Seattle Mariners are looking to string a few wins together after upending San Francisco 6-4 on Tuesday. Seattle starter Marco Gonzales allowed three runs on six hits over 6.1 frames to get the win with three relievers finishing the job.
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The Mariners racked up 12 hits and five walks with Mitch Haniger going 1-5 with two RBI’s and a run while Robinson Cano knocked in a run and scored twice. Jean Segura gave the M’s three hits and two runs with eight players reaching base
Felix Hernandez shoots for a 2-0 record when Seattle visits San Francisco on Wednesday. Hernandez opened 2018 with a 2-1 win versus Cleveland with a two hit shutout over 5.1 frames.
The San Francisco Giants fell behind early and never recovered in their interleague matchup with the Mariners. San Francisco starter Ty Blach allowed six runs on ten hits through 4.1 innings before four relievers stopped the bleeding.
The Giants totaled nine hits but did not walk with Joe Panik going 2-4 with a solo with Evan Longoria slugging a two run bomb. Johnny Cueto takes the hill for the second time in 2018 when Seattle visits Wednesday. Cueto comes off a ND in a 1-0 victory at the Dodgers with a one hit shutout over seven innings.
Over is 5-1-2 in Seattle last 8 overall and over is 5-1-2 in Seattle last 8 on grass and over is 31-15-5 in Seattle last 51 interleague games. Under is 13-3-1 in San Francisco last 17 Wednesday games and under is 6-2 in San Francisco last 8 overall and under is 6-2 in San Francisco last 8 on grass. Seattle are 10-4 in the last 14 meetings.
If both hurlers throw as capable then the under seems doable but San Francisco is looking a tad unpredictable right now…