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Seattle Mariners vs. Minnesota Twins – MLB – Predictions, Betting Lines, Odds and Trends

The Seattle Mariners (27-33) and Minnesota Twins (35-27) square off in the first of a three-game series on Monday at T-Mobile Park, at 10:10 PM ET. The Mariners are coming off a series defeat to the Red Sox, and the Twins a series win over the Rays.

The Mariners are favored (-123 moneyline odds) when they take on the Twins (+104). The starting pitchers are Chris Flexen (2-7) for the Seattle Mariners, and Chris Archer (1-2) for the Minnesota Twins. The game’s total is 8.5.

Mariners vs. Twins Predictions

Mariners vs. Twins Betting Odds

Mariners vs. Twins Last 10 Games Betting Performance

Mariners

  • Seattle has a 2-1 record across the three games it was favored on the moneyline in its last 10 matchups.
  • Over their last 10 outings — all had a set run total — the Mariners and their opponents combined to go over the total five times.
  • Seattle’s ATS record is 6-4-0 over its past 10 games.

Twins

  • In eight games as the underdog over the last 10 matchups, Minnesota has a record of 4-4.
  • In their last 10 games with a total, the Twins and their opponents have failed to hit the over three times.
  • Minnesota has a record of 5-5-0 ATS over its last 10 games.
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Mariners vs. Twins Starting Pitcher Betting Trends

Projected starter: Chris Flexen

  • The Mariners are 4-7-0 against the spread when Flexen starts.
  • The Mariners were the moneyline favorite for two Flexen starts this season — they won both.
  • Over Flexen’s 11 starts, his team is 3-8.
  • Flexen has had 11 starts that bookmakers set a total for this season, and three of those outings hit the over.

Projected starter: Chris Archer

  • When Archer starts, his team is 4-7-0 against the spread this season.
  • When he is the starting pitcher, Minnesota has a record of 3-2 this season when they are the underdog on the moneyline.
  • Archer’s team has won five of his 11 starts this season.
  • Games started by Archer have a 5-4-2 record at hitting the over this season.

Mariners Batting Leaders

  • Ty France paces the Mariners in runs batted in (38) and has accumulated a team-best batting average of .325.
  • France’s home runs rank 45th in MLB and he ranks 17th in RBI in MLB.
  • J.P. Crawford has 12 doubles, a triple, five home runs and 28 walks while hitting .298.
  • Among all MLB hitters, Crawford ranks 132nd in home runs and 207th in RBI.
  • Adam Frazier is hitting .234 with 12 doubles, a triple, two home runs and 23 walks.
  • Julio Rodriguez has nine doubles, a triple, eight home runs and 18 walks while hitting .262.

Twins Batting Leaders

  • Luis Arraez leads Minnesota in batting average (.359) this season while adding three home runs and 19 RBI.
  • Arraez is 213th in homers and 161st in RBI among all batters in the big leagues.
  • Byron Buxton is slugging .580 this season, with a team-best 17 homers while driving in 30 runs.
  • Buxton currently is third in home runs and 59th in RBI in the big leagues.
  • Jorge Polanco leads Minnesota in runs batted in (33) this season. He has a .242 batting average and a .386 slugging percentage.
  • Max Kepler has 43 hits and an OBP of .348 to go with a slugging percentage of .410 this season.

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