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Seattle +1.5
Houston -1.5

Over 9 (-105)
Under 9 (-115)

Community Picks: Seattle 50% vs Houston 50%

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Also Consider: Chris Bassitt, Yu Darvish, Andrew Heaney, Joey Lucchesi CATCHER / FIRST BASE Pete Alonso – New York Mets (vs Drew Smyly) Alonso is the top hitter in the slate thanks to his massive power and matchup against an eminently homer prone pitcher. Smyly is a fly ball pitcher who has allowed 2.76 HR/9. While he's been better since joining the Phillies, he's still allowed over 2.00 HR/9. Continue to Article
September 07, 2019 10:37:am EST
Maldonado chased Seattle left-hander Tommy Milone with his 416-foot double to straightaway center field, putting runners at second and third, but Altavilla entered and recorded a strikeout of Josh Reddick before inducing a ground ball from Jose Altuve that resulted in Abraham Toro being tagged out at the plate. After Brantley extended the Houston lead to 6-4, another critical Mariners miscue enabled the Astros to tack on an additional run. Alex Bregman (2-for-4, two runs, one RBI) worked a 14-pitch walk off Altavilla after falling behind 0-2 in the count, with Altuve scoring on the 12th pitch of that plate appearance on a passed ball by Mariners catcher Austin Nola. Continue to Article
September 07, 2019 12:04:am EST
When the Houston Astros fell behind by seven runs in the second inning Thursday night, it would have been easy for them to starting looking toward their next game. "I think that's what makes a team special, a never-give-up attitude and we're always in every game, and we did that tonight," outfielder Michael Brantley said. Brantley hit a two-run homer in the bottom of the 13th inning to give Houston an 11-9 victory over the Seattle Mariners. Continue to Article
September 06, 2019 12:40:pm EST
The gap between his WAR and that of Houston Astros third baseman Alex Bregman, who ranks second in the AL, is 1.9 wins if prorated over 162 games. That's basically an entire season's worth of value from an average player! Limiting to cases in which the top two in WAR were both position players, the only league leader since 2002 with a wider gap came in the 2012 AL, when Trout himself was 2.5 wins ahead of No. Continue to Article
September 06, 2019 10:51:am EST
This whole Craig Kimbrel thing hasn't really worked out as hoped so far in Chicago. Kimbrel hit the injured list for the second time in his brief Cubs tenure on Thursday, this time due to right elbow inflammation. Cubs president of baseball operations Theo Epstein said that Kimbrel first felt discomfort during an appearance on Sunday against the Brewers, during which he gave up a three-run homer to Christian Yelich. Continue to Article
September 06, 2019 9:16:am EST
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