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MLB : ATS Matchup
Wednesday 9/16/2020Line$ LineOU LineScore
-1.5  +120

+1.5  -140



SAN FRANCISCO (23 - 24) at SEATTLE (22 - 26)
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Wednesday, 9/16/2020 9:40 PM
Board OpeningLatest
983SAN FRANCISCO-110Ov 9,-115-125Ov 9,-115
984SEATTLE+100Un 9,-105+115Un 9,-105
SAN FRANCISCO - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games23-24+8.924-205.00.2660.3250.4500.7755.10.2430.3170.4280.745
Road Games9-15+1.610-124.40.2550.3010.4150.7165.20.2490.3240.4420.767
vs Right-handed Starters11-16-213-134.70.2550.3100.4270.7375.30.2450.3160.4230.739
Past 7 Games4-3+12-53.70.2510.2910.4360.7273.60.2290.3040.3610.665
Grass Games21-23+7.623-185.10.2650.3260.4480.7755.20.2470.3210.4360.756
Night Games18-14+10.918-115.70.2830.3430.4750.8185.00.2320.3050.4040.709
SAN FRANCISCO - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games5.00.2660.3254715884228512610.4502301403901431247353523
Road Games4.40.2550.30124819209405270.41510354208914925241711
Righty Starters4.70.2550.31027898229507300.42712372223716628262118
SAN FRANCISCO - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games4.661.353183.310795165308315614-1211761.1%
Road Games4.861.34992.75850821643706-87558.3%

SEATTLE - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games22-26+6.228-194.30.2310.3060.3870.6935.20.2410.3170.4220.740
Home Games12-9+5.810-104.10.2160.2870.3680.6544.60.2130.2870.3910.677
vs Left-handed Starters7-9+1.59-73.80.2090.2840.3640.6475.60.2290.3080.4250.732
Past 7 Games3-4+0.26-14.10.2270.3150.4080.7235.70.2680.3310.4460.777
Grass Games20-25+4.426-184.20.2310.3050.3840.6895.40.2430.3190.4310.750
Night Games12-19-1.722-94.50.2390.3150.3870.7026.00.2550.3320.4530.785
SEATTLE - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.30.2310.306481547357755520.3872001684114430335203135
Home Games4.10.2160.28721653141311220.3688465174161251171316
Lefty Starters3.80.2090.28416492103231170.36457511391090121169
SEATTLE - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games6.281.53816911911816634941615-813668.4%
Home Games6.151.45171.75049661538681-210190.9%
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
9/2/2020WEBB(R)@ COLORADOFREELAND(L)6-9L11011.5 unO131211481
9/4/2020ANDERSON(L)ARIZONACLARKE(R)5-6L-1308.5 ovO121101281
9/5/2020CAHILL(R)ARIZONABUMGARNER(L)4-3W-1409 ovU990660
9/6/2020CUETO(R)ARIZONAYOUNG(L)4-2W-1559 ovU1060880
9/7/2020GAUSMAN(R)ARIZONAGALLEN(R)4-2W-1157.5 evU641371
9/8/2020WEBB(R)SEATTLENEWSOME(R)6-5W-1659 unO11501080
9/9/2020ANDERSON(L)SEATTLEMARGEVICIUS(L)10-1W-1459 unO1371570
9/10/2020CAHILL(R)@ SAN DIEGOPADDACK(R)1-6L1709 unU851730
9/13/2020CUETO(R)@ SAN DIEGOCLEVINGER(R)0-6L1656.5 evU221840
9/13/2020WEBB(R)@ SAN DIEGORICHARDS(R)1-3L1456.5 ovU350631
9/17/2020 @ SEATTLE  
9/18/2020 @ OAKLAND  
9/19/2020 @ OAKLAND  
9/20/2020 @ OAKLAND  
9/21/2020 COLORADO  
9/22/2020 COLORADO  
9/23/2020 COLORADO  

SEATTLE - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
9/4/2020KIKUCHI(L)TEXASCODY(R)6-3W-1308.5 evO780521
9/5/2020SHEFFIELD(L)TEXASGIBSON(R)5-3W-1358.5 unU10901050
9/6/2020DUNN(R)TEXASLYLES(R)4-3W-1309 ovU440760
9/7/2020GONZALES(L)TEXASALLARD(L)8-4W-1508 evO760640
9/8/2020NEWSOME(R)@ SAN FRANCISCOWEBB(R)5-6L1559 unO10801150
9/11/2020KIKUCHI(L)@ ARIZONASMITH(L)3-4L-1109 ovU330741
9/12/2020SHEFFIELD(L)@ ARIZONAGALLEN(R)7-3W1458.5 ovO1060770
9/13/2020DUNN(R)@ ARIZONAWEAVER(R)7-3W1409.5 unO970590
9/14/2020GONZALES(L)OAKLANDLUZARDO(L)6-5W+1456 unO972660
9/14/2020YACABONIS(R)OAKLANDMINOR(L)0-9L+1507 ovO2201180
9/17/2020 SAN FRANCISCO  
9/20/2020DUNN(R)SAN DIEGO  
9/21/2020 HOUSTON  
9/22/2020 HOUSTON  
9/23/2020 HOUSTON  
Mariners will 'host' Giants in S.F. due to poor air quality

The Seattle Mariners are going to have to learn to feel at home on the road.

Their two-game series against the visiting San Francisco Giants, originally scheduled for Tuesday-Wednesday in Seattle, has instead been moved to the Bay Area because of poor air quality in the Puget Sound region because of wildfires in Washington and Oregon.

The teams will open the series Wednesday night at Oracle Park and are set to conclude it Thursday afternoon, which was supposed to have been an off day for both teams. The Mariners will be the home team for both games.

"Unfortunately, the air quality in Seattle has gotten worse overnight here at T-Mobile Park, and it is not clearing at all (Tuesday)," Mariners president Kevin Mather said in a statement Tuesday. "Forecasters expect it to clear late Thursday and into Friday morning.

"As always, the health and safety of the players and our staff is our first priority. To assure the games could be played, the best solution was to relocate to the Bay Area," he added. "We appreciate the Giants' willingness to work with us on this challenge, and we look forward to returning to T-Mobile Park on Friday to host the Padres."

The Mariners (22-26) played a make-up doubleheader Monday against the Oakland Athletics under hazy conditions. The retractable roof over T-Mobile Park was closed, but there are openings on the sides that let the smoke in.

The Giants (23-24) had already flown to Seattle, but were to return home Tuesday night.

San Francisco manager Gabe Kapler said the conditions in Monday's doubleheader in Seattle were a factor in the decision to move the games after discussions between the teams, as well as Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association.

"This is certainly a joint decision that was in the best interest of the players," Kapler said. "Everybody was reading the reports on the air quality. We all wanted to be safe, and players were definitely expressing some concerns."

For Mariners right-hander Ljay Newsome (0-0, 3.24 ERA), Wednesday will mark the return to the scene of the scariest moment of his short career.

In his second major league start last Tuesday, the Giants' Brandon Crawford led off the second inning and hit a 100-mph liner off Newsome's right wrist, knocking the rookie from the game. The Mariners' bullpen allowed three homers in a 6-5 defeat.

"I thought (Newsome) was throwing the ball pretty good," Mariners manager Scott Servais said. "(The comebacker) changed the makeup of the game."

Newsome acknowledged it was frustrating getting KO'd with a 4-1 lead.

"It's kind of crazy," he said. "I've been hit plenty of times. I've never come out of a game though. It was different. It was slo-mo almost. I saw it the whole way, I just couldn't get my glove over, so it was just my initial reaction to get my arm up and protect myself."

When Servais and trainer Rob Nodine went to the mound, they could see seam marks from the ball on Newsome's wrist.

"He got smoked pretty good," Servais said.

Newsome was originally scheduled to oppose Tyler Anderson on Tuesday, but the Giants have pushed back Anderson's start to Thursday to allow fellow lefty-hander Drew Smyly (0-0, 2.92 ERA) to start Wednesday's game on regular rest.

Smyly is 1-2 with a 6.07 ERA in eight career appearances against the Mariners, including four starts.

--Field Level Media

Last Updated: 10/31/2020 3:49:29 PM EST

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