Texas Rangers vs Seattle Mariners 9/29/22 Prediction and DraftKings Sportsbook Promo
September 29, 2022
The Texas Rangers and Seattle Mariners will play the final game of a three-game series on Thursday night in Seattle. The Mariners come into this contest with a superior record, entering at 84-70 and holding onto the third Wild Card spot in the American League. Texas, meanwhile, enters at 66-88 and have been eliminated from postseason contention.
According to DraftKings, the Mariners are the -120 moneyline favorite, while the Rangers are at +100. New customers at DraftKings can bet $5 and win $200 on this game using the site's new player promotion.
Why bet on the Seattle Mariners?
✅ The Mariners are playing to clinch a Wild Card berth here, and have plenty of motivation as a result.
✅ CF Julio Rodriguez leads the team in batting average (.280), OBP (.342), and SLG (502).
✅ The Mariners are second in the American League West standings with an 84-70 win-loss record, while the Rangers are way behind them in the standings.
|Teams:||Texas Rangers vs Seattle Mariners|
|When:||Thursday, September 29, at 9:40 p.m ET|
|Venue:||T-Mobile Park, Seattle, Washington|
|Betting Pick:||Seattle Mariners to win | Moneyline @ -120|
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Texas Rangers vs Seattle Mariners
With 66 wins and 88 losses this season, the Texas Rangers are currently ranked fourth in the American League West standings. Their most recent games have come against the Mariners, where they won the first game of a three-game series 5-0 on Tuesday, but were defeated by Seattle in the next game 3-1 on the following day.
In Wednesday's game, Martin Perez led the Rangers with five hits and three strikeouts. This season, Texas has a batting average of .241, with Nathaniel Lowe leading the team at .305. The Rangers have hit 187 home runs this season, three more than the Mariners have.
Due to injury, the Rangers will be missing some of their players for the game against Seattle this Thursday. Brett Martin, Dane Dunning, Nick Solak, Brad Miller, Eli White, Josh Sborz, and Mitch Garver are out for the rest of the season. Pitcher Spencer Howard is out with right shoulder impingement syndrome and will not return until early October.
The Seattle Mariners are currently second in the American League West standings, with 84 wins and 70 losses this season. Before facing the Rangers, they only won one game in a three-game series against the Kansas City Royals.
During the second game of this series against the Rangers, George Kirby recorded four strikeouts and allowed one run over six innings, while Eugenio Suarez finished with three hits and an RBI.
Seattle has hit 184 home runs so far this season, ranking them tenth in the MLB home run standings. However, Seattle has a rather low team batting average of .228 hits per at bat, with CF Julio Rodriguez leading the team with an average of .280.
Seattle is expected to be without several players in Thursday's game against Texas. Tom Murphy and Casey Sadler have been placed on the injured list following season-ending surgery. Cal Raleigh is sidelined due to a thumb injury against the Royals, forcing him to miss the game against Texas.