Victor Reyes's Hitting is Expected to Not Be Enough to Pull the Visiting Tigers Over the Indians

Thu, Sep 19, 2019 | Emma Botos


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September 19, 2019 -- According to the Snoozle model, the visiting Tigers have a 72.89% chance to lose to the home town Indians.

This game is a match up between the Tigers's Daniel Norris and the Indians's Mike Clevinger. Daniel Norris is estimated to have 2.847 earned runs, 20.704 outs, and 6.277 strike outs. The Snoozle MLB model estimates Mike Clevinger will have 1.680 earned runs, a predicted 23.317 outs, and 8.598 strike outs.

In a hitting matchup, Victor Reyes of the Tigers will see who can bring in more runs against the at home hitter Francisco Lindor. Victor Reyes is forecast to bring in 0.246 RBIs and 0.392 runs scored, with an 0.298 OBP and 1.036 Ks. According to our game model, Francisco Lindor is estimated to bring in 0.656 RBIs and 0.785 runs scored, with an 0.348 OBP and 0.732 Ks.

According to the +310 ML away odds and an predicted 27.11% chance to win, the Tigers are the best value for the money line. The over/under line of 8.5 runs with -106 over odds and a predicted 58.34% over likelihood, the under bet is the best value for this game.

Posted at Thu, September 19, 2019 13:03:27 UTC