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Monday, September 18, 2017

MLB Odds: Indians Try to Hold Off Angels in Los Angeles

While the Cleveland Indians’ American League record win streak ended at 22 games, they’re still playing very good baseball. On Tuesday, they’ll be on the road taking on the Los Angeles Angels, who are in the hunt for a wild card spot.

Mike Clevinger (10-5, 3.21 ERA) won in his last outing, a 5-3 victory over Detroit at home. Over 5.2 innings, he allowed three runs (one earned) on six hits, striking out six and walking two. The 26-year-old righthander is 1-0 in two career starts against the Angels with an ERA of 5.40. He’s 6-3 in 11 road games (10 starts) this season with an ERA of 2.56.

Tyler Skaggs (2-5, 4.37 ERA) threw seven scoreless innings in his last start, a 9-1 home win for the Angels over Houston. He struck out five and walked one along the way. The 26-year-old southpaw is 0-1 in two career starts against the Indians, posting an ERA of 7.50. He’s 2-2 in six home starts this season with an ERA of 4.86.

Coming into this four-game series, the Indians had won nine of their last 10 meetings with the Angels, with six of the games going over the posted total.


MLB Odds: Indians Try to Hold Off Angels in Los Angeles



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MLB Odds: Clevinger Tries to Keep Indians Rolling in Los Angeles


Mike Clevinger of the Cleveland Indians has been red-hot of late and he’ll try to remain that way on Tuesday. The Indians will visit the Los Angeles Angels in the second of a four-game series.

Clevinger (10-5, 3.21 ERA) has won his last four starts, allowing four runs during that span, with only one earned run.

The Angels, meanwhile, are trying to stay in the wild card hunt in the American League. They’ll go with Tyler Skaggs (2-5, 4.37 ERA), who’s coming off his best start of the season against Houston when he threw seven scoreless innings to beat the Astros.






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