Game Time: 7:10 pm ET, Saturday, May 14, 2022
Venue: Citi Field, Queens, NY
Where to Watch: WPIX
Opening Odds at USA Sportsbooks
DraftKings: Moneyline odds: Mariners +130, Mets -150; Over/Under: 7.5 runs
Bet365: Moneyline odds: Mariners +130, Mets -150; Over/Under: 7.5 runs
BetMGM: Moneyline odds: Mariners +130, Mets -150; Over/Under: 7.5 runs
Seattle Mariners: 14-18 (3rd place, AL West)
New York Mets: 22-11 (1st place, NL East)
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Seattle Mariners vs New York Mets Preview and Analysis
Seattle Mariners: 2-8 last 10
New York Mets: 6-4 last 10
Seattle Mariners Analysis
The Mariners are coming into this game with a 14-18 record overall and they are 5-11 in their road games this season where they will be in this game. They have lost 2 of their last 3 games and are coming into this one off of a loss in their last game. They just lost their 3-game series against the Philadelphia Phillies 2-1 and they are playing the 2nd game of a 3-game series with the Mets on Saturday. This will be the 2nd game of the series on Saturday with the series opener still to be played on Friday. Marco Gonzales is the starting pitcher for them on Friday while George Kirby is on the mound for them here on Saturday. He is 0-0 with a 0.00 ERA this season. His team won their only game this season with him as a starter. In his last start, he allowed 0 ER, 0 HRs, and 0 BB with 7 Ks on 4 hits in 6 IP against the Tampa Bay Rays. They scored 7 runs in their last series averaging just over 2 runs scored per game in that span and they allowed 17 runs against them averaging just over 5 runs allowed per game.
New York Mets Analysis
The Mets are coming into this game with a 22-11 record overall and they are 9-5 in their home games this season where they will be in this game. They have won 3 of their last 4 games and are coming into this one off of a win in their last game. They just won their 3-game series against the Washington Nationals 2-1 and they are playing the 2nd game of a 3-game series with the Mariners on Saturday night. This will be the 2nd game of the series on Saturday with the series opener still to be played on Friday. Max Scherzer is the starting pitcher for them on Friday while Chris Bassitt will be on the mound for them here on Saturday. He is 4-2 with a 2.45 ERA this season. His team won 2 of their last 3 games this season with him as a starter. In his last start, he allowed 1 earned runs, 1 homer, and 1 BB with 4 strikeouts on 5 hits in 5.2 innings played against the Philadelphia Phillies. They scored 11 runs in their last series averaging just under 4 runs scored per game in that span and they allowed 11 runs against them averaging just under 4 runs allowed per game.
Mariners vs Mets Prediction
The Mets are coming into this game as a favorite with the current betting odds. They have had a great start to their season and have not lost a single series yet. They have one of the better records in the MLB as well and their pitching has been very good all season. They have Bassit on the mound here who has been having a great season so far and they are going up against a Mariners side that have been in a massive slump recently. The Mariners also have a starter in this game that has not played in a lot of games this season and the Mets have been crushing the ball in their games all season. The Mets will be looking to add to their wins here with another win at home in a game where they have the batting and pitching advantage here. The best bet here is on the Mets to win this game.
Mariners Mets Prediction: Our MLB Pick for Saturday, May 14, 2022 (7:10 pm ET start time) is Mets 7 Mariners 3.
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MLB Betting Trends
Seattle Mariners: 131-123 (+36.2 Units) ML in all games. 90-95 (+33.7 Units) ML as an underdog of +100 or higher. 9-4 UNDER as a road underdog of +100 to +150.
New York Mets: 125-130 (-32.1 Units) ML in all games. 88-67 (-13.7 Units) ML as a favorite of -110 or higher. 30-14 UNDER at home with a money line of -100 to -150.
Seattle Mariners: K. Lewis (CF) Late May - Knee. M. Haniger (RF) Mid July - Ankle. K. Giles (RP) Mid June - Finger.
New York Mets: J. McCann (C) Ques Fri - Wrist. S. Reid-Foley (RP) out for season - Elbow. J. deGrom (SP) Late July - Shoulder.
"We definitely need to reset, there's no question. Certain guys are struggling." - Scott Servais after his team’s loss against the Phillies on Wednesday.
"It was unexpected. I got a little mad because it was a rundown and I didn't think he was going to slide into me. Smart play, I guess, the guy was going to second, but in the moment I wasn't too happy about it." - Taijuan Walker after their win against the Nationals on Thursday.
Adam Frazier (L) 2B
Ty France (R) 1B
J.P. Crawford (L) SS
Eugenio Suarez (R) 3B
Jesse Winker (L) LF
Julio Rodriguez (R) CF
Mike Ford (L) DH
Steven Souza Jr. (R) RF
Luis Torrens (R) C
New York Mets
Brandon Nimmo (L) CF
Starling Marte (R) RF
Francisco Lindor (S) SS
Pete Alonso (R) 1B
Eduardo Escobar (S) 3B
Mark Canha (R) LF
Jeff McNeil (L) 2B
J.D. Davis (R) DH
Tomas Nido (R) C
Batting Average: J.P. Crawford (.333)
Hits: Ty France (41)
Home Runs: Eugenio Suarez (6)
RBI: Ty France (24)
Stolen Bases: Julio Rodriguez (10)
Wins: Logan Gilbert (4)
Saves: Diego Castillo (1)
ERA: Penn Murfee (0.00)
New York Mets
Batting Average: Travis Jankowski (.321)
Hits: Pete Alonso (35)
Home Runs: Pete Alonso (8)
RBI: Pete Alonso (28)
Stolen Bases: Starling Marte (4)
Wins: Tylor Megill (4)
Saves: Edwin Diaz (7)
ERA: Drew Smith (0.00)
Seattle Mariners: Scott Servais (7th season)
New York Mets: Buck Showalter (1st season)