Phillies vs Mariners Prediction MLB Experts Picks 4/27

Phillies vs Mariners Prediction MLB Experts Picks 4/27

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The Seattle Mariners will take on the Philadelphia Phillies in the series rubber match on Thursday, April 27th, at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia. Both teams have won a game each in this series, and this game will be the deciding one.

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Let's take an extensive review of both teams to see who will win the game.



For the Mariners, George Kirby will be on the mound. He has a 2-1 record with a 3.57 ERA, a 1.06 WHIP, 17 strikeouts, and only one home run allowed in 22.2 innings pitched. Kirby has had a solid start to the season, with only one bad outing. He held the Boston Red Sox to one run over six innings, and he will look to replicate that performance against the Phillies.

The Phillies will start Matt Strahm, who has a 1-2 record with a 3.00 ERA, a 0.94 WHIP, 27 strikeouts, and two home runs allowed in 18 innings pitched. Strahm has been great this season, striking out more than a batter per inning and limiting his walks. He has also been efficient, averaging just over 85 pitches per start.

The pitching matchup favors the Mariners, as Kirby has been consistently good this season, while Strahm has been great but only for a limited time. Kirby will keep the Phillies hitters off-balance with his command and ability to change speeds.



The Mariners are averaging 4.2 runs per game, while the Phillies are averaging 4.4 runs per game. Both teams have a few hitters who have been hot, while others have been struggling.

For the Mariners, Jarred Kelenic has been on fire lately, hitting .325 with seven home runs and 14 RBIs. Kyle Lewis and Ty France have also been solid contributors. Meanwhile, Mitch Haniger and J.P. Crawford have been struggling, hitting .213 and .218, respectively.

On the Phillies side, Alec Bohm has been the standout hitter, with 20 RBIs and a .298 average. Bryce Harper and Jean Segura have also been productive, hitting .293 and .324, respectively. However, Rhys Hoskins and Andrew McCutchen have been struggling, hitting .194 and .175, respectively.

Overall, both teams have some hot hitters and some cold ones. However, the Phillies have struggled to score runs in some games this season, while the Mariners have been more consistent.



The Mariners have Taylor Trammell and Dylan Moore on the 10-day injured list, while Robbie Ray is on the 15-day injured list.

The Phillies have Ranger Suarez on the 15-day injured list, while Taijuan Walker is out.

The Mariners have some key players out, but they have been able to overcome those injuries with strong performances from their replacements. The Phillies are missing some key players too, but not as many as the Mariners.



The pitching matchup favors the Mariners, and they have been more consistent at scoring runs this season. The Phillies have been inconsistent in their scoring and have struggled to find consistency in their starting pitching. With the recent injury to Taijuan Walker, the Phillies rotation is even more vulnerable.

Overall, the Mariners seem to have the edge in this game. Their solid pitching and consistent hitting make them a dangerous team, and they have already proven that they can win on the road against the Phillies. The Mariners have a lot of young talent, and they seem to be playing with a lot of confidence this season.


Pick: Mariners ML

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