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What you need to know for Monday’s MLB games

By Todd Zola

  • A slate of nine matches starts in the penultimate week of the full 2022 campaign. Remember, the league was forced to add a three-day October series for each team to make up for matches lost due to the shutdown. As such, make sure you know how your league deals with scoring and pickups for that end-of-season group.

  • There’s an early game Monday as the Minnesota Twins and the Cleveland Guardians wrap up a five-game streak at Progressive Field at 1:10 p.m. ET. When AL Central enemies started the series, the twins were behind the Guardians’ lead four games. If Minnesota could have won the series, they would still be within walking distance. However, after Cleveland got their first three games, Monday’s meeting wasn’t as interesting as we had hoped. Anyway, it lines up to have a low-grade relationship with Sony Gray Take the hill for visitors and Cal Quantrell Get a nod to the hosts. There isn’t a lot of fancy appeal for those looking for beginners, but some juice in “under” can be lucrative as strike areas tend to expand on Mondays holiday.

  • There’s another Monday morning, this one on the West Coast with the Los Angeles Angels hosting the Seattle Mariners at 4:07PM ET on a makeup issue. On paper, the Mariners have the weakest schedule left as they compete for the playoff position with the Toronto Blue Jays and Tampa Bay Rays. Remember that the top spot in each league comes with a local stadium for the entire three game series. Monday pitch match Logan Gilbert Going to Seattle, opposed to Jose Suarez. Suarez (11% listed on the ESPN roster) did well for the poor Angels. Although the Mariners are in a playoff, their attack against the Southpaws is only the league average, so Suarez plays a streamer. Gilbert got off to a rough start to the second half, but Mariner has since corrected the ship’s course, including 23 attacks (with just four walks) in his innings on September 17. Given the application of the same “wide-strike area” theory, Gilbert’s support to get around the strike piling could be a fun way to spend a Monday afternoon.

  • Valley Miley (7%), Edward Cabrera (46%) and Tyler Wells (13%) are some of the other candidates to consider for live broadcasts. Miley only made six appearances all season, and this was his third since returning from IL earlier in the month. The left-wing Chicago Cubs cheered for 11 teams on September 9, with a chance to build on that against the Miami Marlins. The Cabrera has drive and control issues, but he has the things to beat – especially against Cubs’ lineup that can be overcome. The improbable playoff round for the Baltimore Orioles will likely be short, but there is still a calculating chance left. Wells signs in as a streamer facing the horrific Detroit Tigers lineup at Camden Yards.

  • The Los Angeles Dodgers host the Arizona Diamondbacks for their final game of the evening, then return to it on Tuesday with a double bill. Since it’s always wise to target scheduled hitters to play a pair, why not get a head start and pick them for Monday’s match as well? Chris Taylor (58%), Tracee Thompson (2 and Joey Gallo (45%) top the list of dodgers. while, Jake McCarthy (48%), Joe Kelly (12%), Corbin Carol (16%) and Emmanuel Rivera (1%) are the Diamondbacks’ main targets.


The bowler classification begins on Monday