Seattle Mariners Starting Lineup | October 15, 2022 Mariners Lineup

90-72, 2nd in AL West

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The Seattle Mariners (90-72) will take on the Houston Astros (106-56) on Saturday. Lance McCullers Jr. takes the mound for Houston while George Kirby is Seattle's starter for the contest. Julio Rodriguez has led the way for the Mariners starting lineup recently, batting .333 with 1 home runs and 4 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), 1B
3. E. Suarez , (R), 3B
4. C. Raleigh , (S), C
5. M. Haniger , (R), RF
6. C. Santana , (S), DH
7. A. Frazier , (L), 2B
8. J. Kelenic , (L), LF
9. J. Crawford , (L), SS
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) 25 8-5 3.39 130 542 135 54 13 22 133 24.5% 04.0% 1.20 .332
Pos Hitter Order G PA Hits 1B 2B 3B HR RBI Runs SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS
CF Julio Rodriguez J. Rodriguez (R) 1 132 560 145 89 25 3 28 75 84 25 7 .284 .345 .509 .854
1B Ty France T. France (R) 2 140 612 151 103 27 1 20 83 65 0 0 .274 .338 .436 .774
3B Eugenio Suarez E. Suarez (R) 3 150 629 128 71 24 2 31 87 76 0 0 .236 .332 .459 .791
C Cal Raleigh C. Raleigh (S) 4 119 415 78 30 20 1 27 63 46 1 0 .211 .284 .489 .773
RF Mitch Haniger M. Haniger (R) 5 57 247 55 36 8 0 11 34 31 0 0 .246 .308 .429 .737
DH Carlos Santana C. Santana (S) 6 131 506 87 50 18 0 19 60 52 0 0 .202 .316 .376 .692
2B Adam Frazier A. Frazier (L) 7 156 598 129 100 22 4 3 42 61 11 6 .238 .301 .311 .612
LF Jarred Kelenic J. Kelenic (L) 8 54 181 23 10 5 1 7 17 20 5 2 .141 .221 .313 .534
SS J.P. Crawford J. Crawford (L) 9 145 601 126 93 24 3 6 42 57 3 2 .243 .339 .336 .675

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. Cal Raleigh
5. Mitch Haniger
6. Carlos Santana
7. Adam Frazier
8. Jarred Kelenic
9. J.P. Crawford
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

2022 Recent Mariners Lineups

Game Score Starting Pitcher 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
10/13 @ HOU L 2-4 Framber Valdez F. Valdez (L), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Julio Rodriguez J. Rodriguez Ty France T. France Eugenio Suarez E. Suarez Mitch Haniger M. Haniger Carlos Santana C. Santana Dylan Moore D. Moore Cal Raleigh C. Raleigh Adam Frazier A. Frazier J.P. Crawford J. Crawford
10/11 @ HOU L 7-8 Justin Verlander J. Verlander (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Julio Rodriguez J. Rodriguez Ty France T. France Eugenio Suarez E. Suarez Cal Raleigh C. Raleigh Mitch Haniger M. Haniger Carlos Santana C. Santana Adam Frazier A. Frazier Jarred Kelenic J. Kelenic J.P. Crawford J. Crawford
10/8 @ TOR W 10-9 Kevin Gausman K. Gausman (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Julio Rodriguez J. Rodriguez Ty France T. France Eugenio Suarez E. Suarez Cal Raleigh C. Raleigh Mitch Haniger M. Haniger Adam Frazier A. Frazier Carlos Santana C. Santana Jarred Kelenic J. Kelenic J.P. Crawford J. Crawford
10/7 @ TOR W 4-0 Alek Manoah A. Manoah (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Julio Rodriguez J. Rodriguez Ty France T. France Eugenio Suarez E. Suarez Cal Raleigh C. Raleigh Mitch Haniger M. Haniger Carlos Santana C. Santana Jarred Kelenic J. Kelenic Adam Frazier A. Frazier J.P. Crawford J. Crawford
10/5 vs DET W 5-4 Marco Gonzales M. Gonzales (L), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Julio Rodriguez J. Rodriguez Ty France T. France Mitch Haniger M. Haniger Carlos Santana C. Santana Luis Torrens L. Torrens Taylor Trammell T. Trammell Abraham Toro A. Toro Curt Casali C. Casali J.P. Crawford J. Crawford

George Kirby vs. the Astros

  • The Mariners' Kirby (8-5) will make his 26th start of the season.
  • The right-hander last pitched on Saturday against the Toronto Blue Jays, throwing 1 1/3 scoreless innings of relief without allowing a hit.
  • The 24-year-old has pitched in 25 games this season with an ERA of 3.39 and 9.2 strikeouts per nine innings, with an opponent batting average of .259.
  • He has started 25 games this season, earning a quality start (6 or more IP, 3 or fewer ER) in 11 of them.
  • The Astros are batting .248 this season, 11th in MLB. They have a team slugging percentage of .424 (fifth in the league) with 214 home runs.

Mariners vs. Lance McCullers Jr.

  • Lance McCullers Jr. (4-2) gets the starting nod for the Astros in his ninth start of the season. He's put together a 2.27 ERA in 47 2/3 innings pitched, with 50 strikeouts.
  • In his last time out on Tuesday, Oct. 4 against the Philadelphia Phillies, the righty tossed 6 2/3 innings, allowing one earned run while surrendering six hits.
  • The 29-year-old has an ERA of 2.27, with 9.4 strikeouts per nine innings, in eight games this season. Opponents are hitting .214 against him.

Mariners Betting Trends

  • This season, the Mariners have been the underdog 82 times and won 36, or 43.9%, of those games.
  • Seattle is 33-42 this season when entering a game as the underdog by -106 or more on the moneyline.
  • The sportsbooks' moneyline implies a 51.5% chance of a victory for the Mariners.
  • Seattle and its opponents have gone over the total this season in 77 of their 169 opportunities.
  • The Mariners have an ATS record of 86-83-0 in 169 games with a spread this season.

Mariners Injury News

  • Sam Haggerty: 40 Man Active (Groin)
  • Casey Sadler: 60 Day Injury List (Shoulder)
  • Tom Murphy: 60 Day Injury List (Shoulder)

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.