MLB :   Red Sox vs. Mariners

Jun 14, 2018
final ML OU Score
Red Sox -140 8 2
Mariners 130 1
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Jack Jones
MLB | Jun 14
Red Sox vs Mariners
Red Sox
0-123   at   pinnacle
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Jack’s Free Pick Thursday: Boston Red Sox -123 

The Seattle Mariners are hot right now, but they’re about to run into the buzz saw that is the Boston Red Sox, who are 47-22 on the season.  The Red Sox have gone 8-3 in their last 11 games coming in, and they just got Mookie Betts back from the disabled list. 

The Red Sox have the clear advantage on the mound tonight behind David Price, who is 7-4 with a 4.00 ERA and 1.251 WHIP in 13 starts this season.  Price is also 3-1 with a 2.62 ERA and 0.855 WHIP in seven career starts against Seattle. 

Felix Hernandez is 6-5 in spite of a 5.70 ERA and 1.384 WHIP in 14 starts this season.  Hernandez has really struggled in recent starts against the Red Sox.  He is 0-2 with an 11.57 ERA in his last three starts against them, giving up 18 earned runs and 6 homers in 14 innings. 

The Red Sox are 6-0 in Price’s last six starts.  Boston is 5-0 in Price’s last five starts vs. a team with a winning record.  The Mariners are 1-4 in Hernandez’s last five starts vs. a team with a winning record.  Bet the Red Sox Thursday.

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Steve Janus
MLB | Jun 14
Red Sox vs Mariners
Mariners
8.5-105   at   BMaker
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1* Free Sharp Play on Red Sox vs Mariners under 8½ -105

I think the books have set the bar too high for Thursday's MLB total between the Red Sox and Mariners. Boston will send out David Price, who has been on quite a run here of late. Price has allowed 3 or fewer earned runs in each of his last 6 starts and is 3-1 with a 2.62 ERA in 7 career starts against the Mariners. Seattle will counter with Felix Hernandez, who has been up and down in 2018. The one thing I like with Hernandez is in his last home start, he allowed just 1 run on 5 hits in 8 innings, continuing a trend of him pitching much better at home than on the road. Bet the UNDER 8.5! 

R&R Totals
MLB | Jun 14
Red Sox vs Mariners
Mariners
8.5-110   at   Bovada
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R&R Totals FREE MLB Over-Under Thursday 6-14-18

UNDER 8 1/2 Boston/Seattle

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Dennis Macklin
MLB | Jun 14
Red Sox vs Mariners
Red Sox
0-120   at   pinnacle
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DMack's Free Play for Thursday, June 14, 2018 is on the Boston Red Sox (Price Listed)

It's almost sad at this point to watch King Felix who can barely break a pane of glass with his fast ball at this point. So many years of great stuff with no run support and now with the M's looking like they might make a run, this warrior is 0-2 with a 6.55 ERA in his last four. David Price has been lights out (5-0, 2.89) since quitting playing Fortnight in the lockerroom. Who knew ??? Lay the 20 cents with the Red Sox.

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Larry Ness
MLB | Jun 14
Red Sox vs Mariners
Red Sox
0-129   at   betonline
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My free play is on the Bos Red Sox at 10:10 ET. The 47-22 Red Sox own MLB's best record after they opened a 10-game road trip by completing a three-game sweep of major league-worst Baltimore, outscoring the Orioles 13-5 to improve to 24-11 away from home. Boston's trek continues with the first contest of a four-game series at the Seattle Mariners on Thursday night. Seattle just finished a three-game sweep of the Los Angeles Angels to remain atop the AL West with a 44-24 record (note: Seattle owns MLB's best moneyline mark at plus-$1751). The Red Sox own MLB's best team BA (.262) plus rank second in runs (5.13 per), OPS (.786) and HRs (99). Speaking of HRs, the Mariners hit 10 in their series sweep of the Angels, including four by Ryon Healy and three by Mitch Haniger, who hit a walk-off two-run shot in Wednesday's 8-6 victory.

Tuesday's pitching matchup features a pair of "big names" in Boston lefty David Price (7-4, 4.00 ERA) and Seattle's Felix Hernandez (6-5, 5.70 ERA). Price won his third straight outing by limiting the Chicago White Sox to two runs and five hits over six innings in Saturday's 4-2 win and has surrendered a combined 12 runs during his six-start unbeaten streak dating back to May 12. Boston is 6-0 in that stretch and is 9-4 (plus-$453) in his 13 starts this season. Price has made seven career starts against the Mariners, posting a 3-1 record and 2.62 ERA while holding them to a collective .204 batting average. "King Felix" followed up his longest outing of the year with his shortest, lasting three innings and permitting six runs (five earned) on seven hits in a 7-3 loss at Tampa Bay. That came right after he beat the Rays 2-1 in his previous outing with eight dominant innings, allowing one run on five hits while matching his season high with seven strikeouts. Hernandez is 8-4 with a 4.01 ERA lifetime versus the Red Sox but he hasn't beaten them since 2014.

I guess the question looms, will it be the good King or the bad King? Will we see the Felix Hernandez who went a season-high eight innings in his last home start against Tampa Bay, giving up just one run on five hits with one walk and seven strikeouts? Or, will it be the King Felix who lasted just three innings on the road Saturday against those same Rays, getting tagged for six runs (five earned) on seven hits to a team that had lost eight straight games? I'm not about to guess and will back Boston and Price, who has led his team to six straight wins, posting a 2.89 ERA. Meanwhile, Hernandez owns a career-worst 5.70 ERA in 2018 and has given up four or more runs in five of his past seven starts. Take the Red Sox.

Good luck...Larry