MLB betting on Wednesday night has the Seattle Mariners hosting the Los Angeles Angels in the second game of a three-game set.
The Mariners are hoping to have more success this season than they did a year ago against the Angels when they lost 14 of the 19 games. Fans who bet on MLB action might be leaning toward the Angels in this contest.
MLB betting on the Angels is definitely going to be different early in the season since Los Angeles is dealing with a number of injuries to their starting pitchers. John Lackey, Kelvim Escobar and Ervin Santana started the year out of the rotation so those who bet on MLB games will want to keep that in mind. The Angels still have a lot of talent though and it could be Jered Weaver who gets the start on Wednesday in MLB betting action. Gamblers who bet on MLB action last year would have done well taking the Angels on the road. MLB betting stats tell us that the Angels were the best team in all of baseball on the road a year ago. Los Angeles was 50-31 on the road, the exact same record they had at home. Anytime a team wins 50 games on the road versus the MLB odds it is a fantastic season. Duplicating that success is unlikely this season but the MLB betting results do tell us that Los Angeles is to be respected on the road.
Seattle was an awful team last year at home for anyone who bet on MLB action. The Mariners were second only to San Diego in money lost at home in terms of MLB betting. Those MLB betting numbers should improve this season with a new manager, new lineup and renewed enthusiasm. It was very unusual for Seattle to struggle so much at home so look for the Mariners to be improved in MLB betting at home.
Last year the Angels only outscored the Mariners 98-84 in the 19 games so the Mariners were competitive in MLB betting. The average runs scored were over 9.5 per game so it is possible to see some high scoring games in terms of MLB odds in this series.
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