Last night, A push from the Seattle Mariners got them past the Cincinnati Reds. Kyle Seager sent a blast to right field to notch the go-ahead run for the Mariners. The Reds didn’t react at the top of the 9th, so the Mariners goes on to record their 59th win of the season. It was their first win since September 1st.
They had been onto a losing streak before Seager. This was after the Mariners got horribly embarrassed against the Houston Astros. The Astros pounded the Mariners for a score. Houston got a bit of their own medicine last night.
Seattle were able to save a little face in their second outing, as Seager came to provide a win for the Mariners. As he allowed 1 earned run, also, Justus Sheffield pitched a gem of a game for the Mariners with.
Big things are expected from the former Yankee, who was obtained in the James Paxton bargain. The Mariners are banking on the to a gem. We are going to find out. He’ll have pressure to perform at the postseason.
This season is a bust for the Reds. They exchanged for Yasiel Puig and he is not even on the group. The Reds sent for Trevor Bauer to Cleveland after it was clear there was not going for a visit to the play in 2019. Obtaining a bat to assist Joey Votto fell level.
There were positives to obtain this season. Most notably, Sonny Gray got his career back on course this year. He is scheduled to have the nod tonight. Head below for our free Reds vs. Mariners select.
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Sonny Gray’s struggles in New York feel just like a distant memory today. Back in a economy, Gray was flourishing away in the limelight from the Bronx. He’s poised to record a career-high ERA but will need a hot streak down the stretch to get there. Gray in a complete season was set in 2015. He finished that season with a 2.73 ERA, so he is a whisker away from topping this mark. Gray goes to Wednesday with an impressive 2.75 ERA and 1.10 WHIP.
He has shown no signs of this guy that we saw play last season and has been on fire. Gray has recently posted an ERA of 1.45 and 0.96 WHIP in his past three outings. Since August, Gray has been red-hot and has enabled more than 1-run in one out of seven games. In that specific start, he gave up just two runs.
He completed August with a lighting outside ERA of 0.74 in six starts. In his lone start this month, Gray has a 1.50 ERA in 6 innings. The confidence he lost together with the Yankees is back in full swing in Cincinnati. Be aware that Seattle are hitting just .232 against righties from 2019. 27-year-old Marco Gonzales is going to be made to keep up with Gray tonight.
He hasn’t been remotely near the degree of Gray this year or recently. Gonzales heads right into this tip at home with an ERA of 5.00 and also 1.44 WHIP in his past three outings. He’s surrendered 9 earned runs in his last 11 innings. Homefield has not been much of a benefit for himas he carries a 4.32 ERA and also 1.27 WHIP at home into tonight. Expect a dip place for the Reds within this area behind Sonny Gray’s arm.