Thursday's matchup between the Astros and Mariners is set to get started at 4:10 PM ET from T-Mobile Park in Seattle, WA. The Astros are the slight underdog on the money line (+120), and the over/under line is at 7.5 runs.

Seattle comes in with a record of 31-26 and has won four straight, putting them first in the AL West. Houston is 3rd in the division with an overall record of 24-32. Today's starting pitching matchup is Spencer Arrighetti for the Astros and Logan Gilbert for the Mariners.


The Pick: Houston Astros Moneyline +120

This game will be played at T-Mobile Park at 4:10 ET on Thursday, May 30th.


  • We have the Astros winning by a score of 5 to 4
  • If you're looking for a run line pick, we also like the Astros to cover
  • As for an over/under pick, we have this game finishing with 9 runs and like the over

Seattle picked up a 2-1 win over the Astros in the most recent game of this series. The Mariners had a good chance to win by more than one run, as they only scored one run in the first inning and didn't score their second run until the 5th. As for the Astros, they scored their only run in the 4th.

George Kirby started for the Mariners and picked up the win, going six innings and giving up just one run. He finished the game with eight strikeouts but didn't issue a single walk. On the other side, Justin Verlander got the start for the Astros and took the loss, giving up one earned run in seven innings of work.

Dominic Canzone was the difference for the Mariners, as he homered in the 1st and scored their only other run in the 5th. Yordan Alvarez had a two-hit game for the Astros.

Astros Records & Stats

The Astros are 24-32 overall and trail the Mariners by 6.5 games in the AL West. So far, they are 12-11 against other teams in the division. Houston has dropped three straight games, and this losing streak includes losing the first three games of this series vs. the Mariners.

At home, the Astros are 14-15 this year, and they are just under .500 at 10-17 on the road. As the favorite, the Astros are 19-25 this year, and they are 5-7 as the underdog. Looking at their overall series record, the Astros are 8-8-1 and have won two straight series on the road.

When the Astros are on the road, they have a run line record of 10-17, which is a losing proposition for bettors. Their average run margin on the road is -1.2 runs per game, and they have failed to cover the run line in their last three road games. As the favorite, they are just 16-28 against the run line.

Today's O/U line for the Houston Astros' game against the Seattle Mariners is set at 7.5 runs. The combined run average for Astros games this season is 9.0 runs per game, and their O/U record is 21-32. The average O/U line for Astros games is 9 runs. When the O/U line has been set at 7.5 runs, the O/U record is 3-5. The O/U line has been set at 7.5 runs for just 8 of the 56 games the Astros have played this season. The under has hit in the last 5 games for the Astros.

Houston is sending right-hander Spencer Arrighetti to the mound today vs. the Mariners. He has made eight starts this year and has a record of 2-5 with a 6.93 ERA. Arrighetti's WHIP for the season is currently 1.78. In his last outing, he took the loss, giving up three earned runs in five innings of work vs. the Athletics. Before that, he had won two straight starts. Opponents are batting .294 vs. Arrighetti this season. Per nine innings, he is averaging 10.27 strikeouts and 4.78 walks.

Kyle Tucker has been one of the league's top power hitters this season, as his 18 home runs leads all of baseball. He also has the top batting average on the Astros' roster, hitting .266. However, he has really struggled of late, going just 2/25 in his last seven games. Yordan Alvarez has also hit nine homers this season, which is tied with Jose Altuve for the 2nd best mark on the team. Alvarez is batting .274 for the season and went 9/27 in his last seven games.

Altuve is currently on a four-game hitting streak and has gone 8/30 in his last seven games. Jeremy Pena is batting .307 this season and has gone deep five times, which is 14th best in the league. He is also 4th on the team with 21 RBIs.

Mariners Records & Stats

Seattle is currently 31-26 overall and leads the AL West by 3.5 games over the Rangers. The Mariners have put together four straight wins, and their winning streak includes taking the first three games of this series vs. the Astros. So far, they have gone 9-3 in divisional games.

At home, the Mariners are 18-10 this year and 13-16 on the road. Seattle has been good as the home favorite, going 12-8 this year. As the underdog, the Mariners are 14-13 this season. They have also won four straight at home, and their overall record as the favorite is 17-13.

Seattle has been a solid bet against the run line this season, going 29-28 overall. The Mariners are 16-12 against the run line at home, where they have a run differential of +0.5 runs per game. They have covered the run line in their last four home games and are 14-16 against the run line as the favorite.

Seattle is playing at home today against the Houston Astros. The over/under line for today's game is set at 7.5 runs, which is exactly the combined run average for the Mariners' games this season. Seattle's over/under record for the season is 21-33, and when the line is set at 7.5 runs, their record is 6-11. The over/under line for their games has been set at 7.5 runs in 40.2% of their games this season, and their current under streak is at three games.

Seattle is sending right-hander Logan Gilbert to the mound today vs. the Astros. He has made 11 starts this season and has a record of 3-2 with a 3.06 ERA. Gilbert's WHIP for the season is currently .96. In his 11 appearances, he has turned in nine quality starts. Gilbert's last outing came vs. the Nationals, where he finished with a no-decision. In that start, he went six innings and gave up one earned run on three hits. Before that outing, he had given up at least three earned runs in three straight starts.

Cal Raleigh has been the Mariners' most consistent power threat this season, as he is 8th in the league with 11 homers and is batting just .209. Ty France and Mitch Haniger are tied for 2nd on the team with six homers apiece, with Haniger having driven in 24 runs (2nd on the team) and France and Julio Rodriguez each have 21 RBIs. Rodriguez and France are also on a bit of a power surge, as Rodriguez has two homers in his last eight games, and France has gone deep twice over that stretch.

As a team, the Mariners are batting just .222, which is 21st in the league, and are averaging only 3.7 runs per game. They have been even worse at home, averaging just 3.5 runs per contest. Currently, they are the league's worst team in terms of strikeouts and have the league's 28th ranked scoring offense.