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Seattle Mariners vs Los Angeles Angels 8/6/22 MLB Picks, Predictions, Odds

Los Angeles Angels (45-61) vs. Seattle Mariners (57-50)
August 6, 2022 10:10 pm EDT
The Line: Seattle Mariners / Los Angeles Angels ; Over/Under: -
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The Los Angeles Angels and Seattle Mariners meet Saturday in a MLB doubleheader at T-Mobile Park. The Los Angeles Angels look for a win after splitting their last 12 games. The Seattle Mariners look for a win after splitting their last 10 games.

The Los Angeles Angels have scored 12 runs in their last 3 games and 4 or more runs in 5 of their last 10 games. The Angels have won 5 of their last 6 games when scoring 4 or more runs. Shohei Ohtani leads the Angels with 98 hits and 64 RBI, while Jared Walsh and Taylor Ward have combined for 164 hits and 78 RBI. TBD and Reid Detmers get the ball today for the Angels.

The Seattle Mariners have scored 18 runs in their last 3 games and 4 or more runs in 5 of their last 10 games. The Mariners have won 6 straight games when scoring 4 or more runs. Ty France leads the Mariners with 106 hits and 52 RBI, while Julio Rodriguez and Adam Frazier have combined for 194 hits and 84 RBI. Chris Flexen and George Kirby get the ball today for the Mariners.

Game 1 Pick: The Los Angeles Angels didn’t announce a starting pitcher at the time I posted this article, but I’m not sure if it matters. The Angels have been the most disappointing team in baseball this season, and they’re one of the worst teams to back in terms of profit. Chris Flexen has also been pretty solid this season, which includes a 3.80 ERA at home. Give me the Mariners to take game 1.

Game 2 Pick: See above. I have no confidence in the Angels, and they’re comfortably the worst team in baseball to back in terms of profit. I want nothing to do with the Angels. Not now. Not for the rest of the season.

Randy Chambers's Free Pick:
Game 1 Seattle Mariners / Game 2 Seattle Mariners

Randy Chambers

Randy has covered sports betting since 2014 and writes about everything from NFL to WNBA.
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