Seattle Mariners Starting Lineup | September 22, 2022 Mariners Lineup

81-67, 2nd in AL West

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The Seattle Mariners (81-67) will take on the Oakland Athletics (51-94) on Thursday. George Kirby takes the mound for Seattle while Adrian Martinez is Oakland's starter for the contest. Carlos Santana has led the way for the Mariners starting lineup recently, batting .211 with 5 home runs and 11 RBI over the club's last ten games.
Updated: 2 hours ago

Mariners Starting Lineup

G. Kirby , (R), P
1. J. Rodriguez , (R), CF
2. T. France , (R), 3B
3. M. Haniger , (R), RF
4. C. Santana , (S), 1B
5. A. Toro , (S), 3B
6. D. Moore , (R), SS
7. J. Crawford , (L), SS
8. S. Haggerty , (S), 2B
9. C. Casali , (R), C
Pos Pitcher
P George Kirby G. Kirby (R)
Pos Pitcher GS Record ERA IP Batters Faced Hits Runs HR Allowed BB SO K% BB% WHIP BABIP
P George Kirby G. Kirby (R) 22 7-4 2.98 117.2 483 117 44 12 15 123 25.4% 03.1% 1.12 .321
Pos Hitter Order G PA Hits 1B 2B 3B HR RBI Runs SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS
CF Julio Rodriguez J. Rodriguez (R) 1 127 544 137 84 23 3 27 73 80 25 7 .277 .340 .499 .839
3B Ty France T. France (R) 2 127 551 134 90 24 0 20 77 57 0 0 .270 .336 .440 .776
RF Mitch Haniger M. Haniger (R) 3 44 189 39 26 6 0 7 23 21 0 0 .224 .280 .379 .659
1B Carlos Santana C. Santana (S) 4 117 452 77 42 16 0 19 57 47 0 0 .201 .316 .391 .707
3B Abraham Toro A. Toro (S) 5 96 322 53 31 12 1 9 30 32 1 0 .178 .233 .316 .549
SS Dylan Moore D. Moore (R) 6 92 215 37 19 10 2 6 19 32 16 6 .213 .358 .397 .755
SS J.P. Crawford J. Crawford (L) 7 133 552 121 88 24 3 6 38 55 3 2 .252 .339 .351 .690
2B Sam Haggerty S. Haggerty (S) 8 74 172 42 27 9 1 5 19 26 12 1 .269 .331 .436 .767
C Curt Casali C. Casali (R) 9 52 162 28 20 4 0 4 16 17 0 0 .206 .321 .324 .645

Most Common Mariners Lineups

6 Games
1. Julio Rodriguez
2. Ty France
3. Mitch Haniger
4. Eugenio Suarez
5. Jesse Winker
6. Carlos Santana
7. Adam Frazier
8. Cal Raleigh
9. J.P. Crawford
5 Games
1. Jesse Winker
2. Ty France
3. Julio Rodriguez
4. J.P. Crawford
5. Eugenio Suarez
6. Adam Frazier
7. Abraham Toro
8. Taylor Trammell
9. Cal Raleigh
5 Games
1. Adam Frazier
2. Ty France
3. J.P. Crawford
4. Eugenio Suarez
5. Jesse Winker
6. Julio Rodriguez
7. Abraham Toro
8. Jarred Kelenic
9. Luis Torrens
5 Games
1. Adam Frazier
2. Ty France
3. J.P. Crawford
4. Eugenio Suarez
5. Jesse Winker
6. Abraham Toro
7. Julio Rodriguez
8. Jarred Kelenic
9. Cal Raleigh
3 Games
1. Julio Rodriguez
2. Ty France
3. Eugenio Suarez
4. Carlos Santana
5. Jesse Winker
6. Cal Raleigh
7. Adam Frazier
8. Sam Haggerty
9. J.P. Crawford
3 Games
1. Julio Rodriguez
2. Mitch Haniger
3. Eugenio Suarez
4. Cal Raleigh
5. Carlos Santana
6. Adam Frazier
7. Jesse Winker
8. J.P. Crawford
9. Sam Haggerty

2022 Recent Mariners Lineups

Game Score Starting Pitcher 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
9/22 @ OAK L 1-2 James Kaprielian J. Kaprielian (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Julio Rodriguez J. Rodriguez Ty France T. France Mitch Haniger M. Haniger Carlos Santana C. Santana Jesse Winker J. Winker Cal Raleigh C. Raleigh Adam Frazier A. Frazier Abraham Toro A. Toro J.P. Crawford J. Crawford
9/21 @ OAK L 1-4 JP Sears J. Sears (L), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Julio Rodriguez J. Rodriguez Ty France T. France Mitch Haniger M. Haniger Carlos Santana C. Santana J.P. Crawford J. Crawford Dylan Moore D. Moore Abraham Toro A. Toro Curt Casali C. Casali Sam Haggerty S. Haggerty
9/19 @ LAA W 9-1 Jose Suarez J. Suarez (L), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND J.P. Crawford J. Crawford Mitch Haniger M. Haniger Ty France T. France Carlos Santana C. Santana Dylan Moore D. Moore Sam Haggerty S. Haggerty Abraham Toro A. Toro Adam Frazier A. Frazier Curt Casali C. Casali
9/18 @ LAA L 1-5 Reid Detmers R. Detmers (L), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND J.P. Crawford J. Crawford Ty France T. France Mitch Haniger M. Haniger Carlos Santana C. Santana Sam Haggerty S. Haggerty Dylan Moore D. Moore Adam Frazier A. Frazier Abraham Toro A. Toro Curt Casali C. Casali
9/18 @ LAA L 1-2 Shohei Ohtani S. Ohtani (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND J.P. Crawford J. Crawford Ty France T. France Carlos Santana C. Santana Jesse Winker J. Winker Cal Raleigh C. Raleigh Adam Frazier A. Frazier Sam Haggerty S. Haggerty Taylor Trammell T. Trammell Abraham Toro A. Toro

George Kirby vs. the Athletics

  • Kirby (7-4 with a 2.98 ERA and 123 strikeouts in 117 2/3 innings pitched) makes the start for the Mariners, his 23rd of the season.
  • In his last outing on Sunday against the Los Angeles Angels, the right-hander threw 6 2/3 innings, allowing two earned runs while surrendering four hits.
  • The 24-year-old has amassed a 2.98 ERA and 9.4 strikeouts per nine innings in 22 games this season, while allowing a batting average of .249 to his opponents.
  • Kirby is looking for his third straight quality start.
  • The opposing Athletics offense has a collective .216 batting average, and is last in the league with 1057 total hits and 29th in MLB play with 519 runs scored. It has the 29th-ranked slugging percentage (.346) and ranks 27th in home runs (126) in all of MLB.

Mariners vs. Adrián Martínez

  • The Athletics will send Martinez (4-5) to the mound for his 10th start this season.
  • The right-hander's last start was on Saturday, when he tossed 5 2/3 innings while giving up four earned runs on four hits in a matchup with the Houston Astros.
  • The 25-year-old has pitched to a 5.77 ERA this season with 7.6 strikeouts per nine innings compared to 3.1 walks per nine across nine games.

Mariners Betting Trends

  • The Mariners have won 63.5% of the games this season when they were favored on the moneyline (47-27).
  • Seattle is 3-1 (winning 75% of its games) when it has played as a moneyline favorite of -230 or shorter.
  • The implied moneyline probablility for this matchup gives the Mariners a 69.7% chance to win.
  • Seattle has played in 151 games with over/under set, and has combined with opponents to go over the total 67 times (67-76-8).
  • The Mariners have a 79-72-0 record ATS this season (covering 52.3% of the time).

Mariners Injury News

  • Eugenio Suárez: 10 Day Injury List (Finger)
  • Ryan Borucki: 15 Day Injury List (Hip Flexor)
  • Tom Murphy: 60 Day Injury List (Shoulder)
  • Casey Sadler: 60 Day Injury List (Shoulder)
  • Cal Raleigh: Day-to-day (Thumb)

The Seattle Mariners weren't expected to make a lot of noise in the AL West. The problem was they made even less. Over the last handful of seasons, they have gutted the middle of their batting order. To date, they haven't found a source of power to replace these lost bats. The Mariners played six games under their expectations last year, and some envision them having even more problems in 2020. Their batting order is a list of who's that players from top to bottom. Only at third base is there any name recognition.

There is another looming problem. Seven Seattle hitters are projected to bat under .250. In addition, every projected starting hitter is estimated to strike out more than 100 times. This doesn't bode well for offensive efficiency. Now we look at the five-man rotation that Seattle is showing. There isn't a single starter that projects top-20 in the American League. Only their number-one ace is projected to win more games than he loses. There are a couple of youngsters who might improve Seattle's pending fortunes, but don't expect it to be much.

The Seattle Mariners weren't expected to make a lot of noise in the AL West. The problem was they made even less. Over the last handful of seasons, they have gutted the middle of their batting order. To date, they haven't found a source of power to replace these lost bats. The Mariners played six games under their expectations last year, and some envision them having even more problems in 2020. Their batting order is a list of who's that players from top to bottom. Only at third base is there any name recognition.

There is another looming problem. Seven Seattle hitters are projected to bat under .250. In addition, every projected starting hitter is estimated to strike out more than 100 times. This doesn't bode well for offensive efficiency. Now we look at the five-man rotation that Seattle is showing. There isn't a single starter that projects top-20 in the American League. Only their number-one ace is projected to win more games than he loses. There are a couple of youngsters who might improve Seattle's pending fortunes, but don't expect it to be much.

The Seattle Mariners weren't expected to make a lot of noise in the AL West. The problem was they made even less. Over the last handful of seasons, they have gutted the middle of their batting order. To date, they haven't found a source of power to replace these lost bats. The Mariners played six games under their expectations last year, and some envision them having even more problems in 2020. Their batting order is a list of who's that players from top to bottom. Only at third base is there any name recognition.

There is another looming problem. Seven Seattle hitters are projected to bat under .250. In addition, every projected starting hitter is estimated to strike out more than 100 times. This doesn't bode well for offensive efficiency. Now we look at the five-man rotation that Seattle is showing. There isn't a single starter that projects top-20 in the American League. Only their number-one ace is projected to win more games than he loses. There are a couple of youngsters who might improve Seattle's pending fortunes, but don't expect it to be much.