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|Mets Win Percentage||49.55%|
|Angels Win Percentage||50.45%|
|Mets Run Line||+152 (-1.5)|
|Angels Run Line||-184 (+1.5)|
|Mets-Angels Over / Under||8.5|
|Game Date & Time||June 12th, 7:08 p.m. ET|
The Mets (39-22) have found themselves playing ten games in ten days with the finale of a long west coast road trip ending tonight. They have found themselves in high-scoring games all road trip long. Some being blowouts, some being battles. Their pitching staff is exhausted and has not been performing to the best of its abilities, likely due to fatigue. The Mets have however been putting some runs up. I’m excited to watch this team on ESPN tonight. They deserve the spotlight and the chance to prove they are much better than in their past years.
The Angels (29-32) have finally broken out of a 14-game losing streak and have won two of their last three. Their offense seems way more lively, and have added Mike Trout and Anthony Rendon back into the mix as they returned to the lineup last night. This is a major boost to offense and veteran leadership. I’m curious if the Angels pick up on this momentum and become a regular ball club again, or revert back to the horrible team they were these past few weeks.
This is the 10th and final game for the Mets on their road trip. In those ten games, six have gone over 8.5 runs including six of their last seven. Their bullpen is not getting it done and is exhausted as New York has not had a single day off on this trip. So far in this series, 27 runs have been scored in two games. Mike Trout is coming off a two-homerun game and seems to be heating back up alongside Shohei Ohtani. On top of that, Anthony Rendon finds himself back into the Angels lineup which puts them back to full strength. The Mets ran 2nd in the MLB in runs per game and the Angels are breaking out of their slump. As noted, the Mets pitching staff has not been sharp. They’ve allowed 7 or more runs in five of their last seven games which nearly breaks this Vegas implied total alone. Ohtani and Trout have four home runs combined against Walker in their careers and I would bet one of them hits one tonight under the bright lights and on the big stage. This line is a little too low in my opinion so I think its a great spot to take advantage of.