T-Mobile Park in Seattle. The Seattle Mariners and Minnesota Twins are two Major League Baseball clubs that are currently sitting at or near .500 and have a lot to demonstrate if they intend to advance to the playoffs as well as 2 pitchers that have a burden on their shoulders.
It’s fascinating to consider how the Mariners performed the previous year. Their team was just a couple squandered leads short of defeating the World Series champions with an overall record of 90-72. They are essentially invisible this season due to their .500 winning percentage, particularly when talking about underwhelming opponents. They are, however, still in the running, below the Houston Astros, the other wild card team, by only 5 games.
Young right-hander Logan Gilbert will start this game and follows off a victory against the Houston Astros in which he pitched 7 innings, allowed 1 run on 3 hits, 1 walk, and 1 hit by pitch while striking out 6. He battled the Mariners two times in the previous campaign and went 0-2 in 9.2 innings, surrendering 2 runs on 7 hits, 2 walks, and 7 strikeouts.
The Twins are prospering rather than simply maintaining their heads over water. They’ve gained a 2 and a half game advantage on the Cleveland Guardians and are poised to win the AL Central. Several of their performers have had unexpected success. With ISOs of .433, .293, and .238 accordingly, Donovan Solano, Max Kepler, and Ryan Jeffers are proving especially good versus right-handed pitching. Additionally, all three of them pose a threat due to their high wOBAs.
Sonny Gray, a righty, is scheduled to start this game. He follows off a defeat to the Baltimore Orioles in which he went 6 innings, gave up 6 runs on 6 hits, walked 3 times, and struck out 5. He played the Mariners 2 times in the previous campaign and went 0-2 in 9.2 innings, surrendering 2 runs on 7 hits, 2 walks, and 7 strikeouts.
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Minnesota Twins vs Seattle Mariners Game Information
- Date: 07/14/2023
- Time: 09:40 PM ET
- Location: T-Mobile Park, Seattle, Washington.
- How to Watch: Twins vs Mariners MLB.TV
- Live Stream: MLB.TV