Seattle Mariners Starting Lineup | October 1, 2023 Mariners Lineup

88-74, 3rd in AL West

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The Seattle Mariners (87-74) will take on the Texas Rangers (90-71) on Sunday. George Kirby starts for Seattle while Dane Dunning is Texas' starter for the contest. J.P. Crawford has led the way for the Mariners starting lineup recently, batting .282 with 3 home runs and 8 RBI over the club's last ten games.

Updated: 3:14 am GMT, 10/11

Mariners Starting Lineup

B. Miller , (R), P
1. J. Crawford , (L), SS
2. J. Rodriguez , (R), CF
3. E. Suarez , (R), 3B
4. C. Raleigh , (S), C
5. T. Hernandez , (R), RF
6. T. France , (R), 1B
7. D. Canzone , (L), LF
8. M. Ford , (L), DH
9. J. Rojas , (L), 2B
Pos Pitcher
P Bryce Miller B. Miller (R)
Pos Pitcher GS Record ERA IP Batters Faced Hits Runs HR Allowed BB SO K% BB% WHIP BABIP
P Bryce Miller B. Miller (R) 20 8-4 3.93 107.2 440 92 48 14 21 100 22.7% 4.8% 1.05 .261
Pos Hitter Order G PA Hits 1B 2B 3B HR RBI Runs SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS
SS J.P. Crawford J. Crawford (L) 1 120 520 117 75 28 0 14 47 80 2 0 .270 .388 .432 .820
CF Julio Rodriguez J. Rodriguez (R) 2 131 602 157 98 32 2 25 89 84 36 9 .284 .342 .485 .827
3B Eugenio Suarez E. Suarez (R) 3 137 593 117 77 22 0 18 83 55 2 1 .230 .325 .380 .705
C Cal Raleigh C. Raleigh (S) 4 120 468 97 50 21 1 25 64 64 0 0 .232 .312 .467 .779
RF Teoscar Hernandez T. Hernandez (R) 5 136 573 141 88 27 2 24 84 61 6 2 .266 .309 .460 .769
1B Ty France T. France (R) 6 133 564 126 86 30 0 10 51 69 1 0 .254 .340 .374 .714
LF Dominic Canzone D. Canzone (L) 7 41 137 32 17 10 0 5 15 20 1 0 .248 .292 .442 .734
DH Mike Ford M. Ford (L) 8 66 203 42 21 6 0 15 30 28 0 0 .235 .320 .520 .840
2B Josh Rojas J. Rojas (L) 9 83 292 63 45 15 0 3 36 39 10 0 .239 .298 .330 .628

Most Common Mariners Lineups

8 Games
1. J.P. Crawford
2. Ty France
3. Jarred Kelenic
4. Eugenio Suarez
5. Cal Raleigh
6. Julio Rodriguez
7. Teoscar Hernandez
8. A.J. Pollock
9. Kolten Wong
7 Games
1. J.P. Crawford
2. Ty France
3. Julio Rodriguez
4. Teoscar Hernandez
5. Jarred Kelenic
6. Eugenio Suarez
7. Tom Murphy
8. A.J. Pollock
9. Jose Caballero
7 Games
1. J.P. Crawford
2. Ty France
3. Julio Rodriguez
4. Jarred Kelenic
5. Eugenio Suarez
6. Cal Raleigh
7. Teoscar Hernandez
8. Taylor Trammell
9. Kolten Wong
5 Games
1. J.P. Crawford
2. Julio Rodriguez
3. Eugenio Suarez
4. Teoscar Hernandez
5. Tom Murphy
6. Ty France
7. A.J. Pollock
8. Dylan Moore
9. Jose Caballero
4 Games
1. J.P. Crawford
2. Ty France
3. Julio Rodriguez
4. Jarred Kelenic
5. Eugenio Suarez
6. Cal Raleigh
7. Teoscar Hernandez
8. Taylor Trammell
9. Jose Caballero
4 Games
1. Julio Rodriguez
2. Ty France
3. Eugenio Suarez
4. Cal Raleigh
5. Teoscar Hernandez
6. Jarred Kelenic
7. Cooper Hummel
8. Kolten Wong
9. J.P. Crawford

2023 Recent Mariners Lineups

Game Score Starting Pitcher 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
9/4 @ CIN L 3-6 Bryan Woo B. Woo (R), 5 IP, 0 SO, 5 ER, L J.P. Crawford J. Crawford Julio Rodriguez J. Rodriguez Teoscar Hernandez T. Hernandez Dominic Canzone D. Canzone Eugenio Suarez E. Suarez Ty France T. France Mike Ford M. Ford Josh Rojas J. Rojas Brian O'Keefe B. O'Keefe
9/3 @ NYM L 3-6 George Kirby G. Kirby (R), 3 IP, 3 SO, 3 ER, L J.P. Crawford J. Crawford Julio Rodriguez J. Rodriguez Teoscar Hernandez T. Hernandez Cal Raleigh C. Raleigh Eugenio Suarez E. Suarez Dominic Canzone D. Canzone Mike Ford M. Ford Cade Marlowe C. Marlowe Josh Rojas J. Rojas
9/2 @ NYM W 8-7 Luis Castillo L. Castillo (R), 5 IP, 2 SO, 5 ER, ND J.P. Crawford J. Crawford Julio Rodriguez J. Rodriguez Eugenio Suarez E. Suarez Teoscar Hernandez T. Hernandez Cal Raleigh C. Raleigh Ty France T. France Dylan Moore D. Moore Sam Haggerty S. Haggerty Jose Caballero J. Caballero
9/1 @ NYM L 1-2 Logan Gilbert L. Gilbert (R), 6.2 IP, 9 SO, 1 ER, ND J.P. Crawford J. Crawford Julio Rodriguez J. Rodriguez Eugenio Suarez E. Suarez Cal Raleigh C. Raleigh Teoscar Hernandez T. Hernandez Dominic Canzone D. Canzone Ty France T. France Mike Ford M. Ford Josh Rojas J. Rojas
8/30 vs OAK W 5-4 Bryce Miller B. Miller (R), 6 IP, 5 SO, 3 ER, ND J.P. Crawford J. Crawford Eugenio Suarez E. Suarez Cal Raleigh C. Raleigh Teoscar Hernandez T. Hernandez Ty France T. France Dominic Canzone D. Canzone Mike Ford M. Ford Dylan Moore D. Moore Josh Rojas J. Rojas

George Kirby vs. the Rangers

  • Kirby (12-10) takes the mound for the Mariners in his 31st start of the season. He has a 3.46 ERA in 184 2/3 innings pitched, with 165 strikeouts.
  • His last appearance was on Wednesday against the Houston Astros, when the righty tossed six scoreless innings while allowing five hits.
  • The 25-year-old has put up an ERA of 3.46, with 8 strikeouts per nine innings, in 30 games this season. Opponents are batting .244 against him.
  • Kirby is seeking his third straight quality start.
  • He will match up with a Rangers squad that is hitting .263 as a unit (second in MLB). It is also slugging a collective .454 (third in MLB) with 233 total home runs (third in MLB).

Mariners vs. Dane Dunning

  • Dunning (12-6) will take to the mound for the Rangers and make his 26th start of the season.
  • The right-hander last pitched on Thursday, when he allowed three hits in seven scoreless innings against the Los Angeles Angels.
  • The 28-year-old has an ERA of 3.72 and 7.2 strikeouts per nine innings with an opponent batting average of .245 in 34 games this season.

Mariners Betting Trends

  • The Mariners are 65-46 in games they were listed as the moneyline favorite (winning 58.6% of those games).
  • When it has played as moneyline favorites with odds of -120 or shorter, Seattle has a record of 55-37 (59.8%).
  • The implied moneyline probablility for this matchup gives the Mariners a 54.5% chance to win.
  • Seattle has played in 161 games with an over/under set, and have combined with its opponents to go over the total 81 times (81-76-4).
  • The Mariners have put together a 76-85-0 record ATS this season (covering 47.2% of the time).

Mariners Injury News

  • Tom Murphy: 10-Day Injured List (Thumb)
  • Marco Gonzales: 60-Day Injured List (Forearm)
  • Penn Murfee: 60-Day Injured List (Elbow)
  • Emerson Hancock: 60-Day Injured List (Shoulder)
  • Easton McGee: 60-Day Injured List (Forearm)
  • Robbie Ray: 60-Day Injured List (Elbow)
  • Evan White: 60-Day Injured List (Hip)

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.