At 9:40 PM ET, the Angels and Diamondbacks will face off in an interleague matchup. This one is being played at Chase Field in Phoenix, and the Diamondbacks are the heavy favorite on the money line at -170. The Angels have a money line payout of +144, and the over/under line is at 9 runs.

Jose Suarez is starting for the Angels, and he will be facing off against Jordan Montgomery. The Angels are 25-40 this season, and they are in 4th place in the AL West. The Diamondbacks are 31-35 and are also in 4th place, but in the NL West.


The Pick: Arizona Diamondbacks Moneyline -170

This game will be played at Chase Field at 9:40 ET on Tuesday, June 11th.


  • We have the Diamondbacks winning by a score of 6 to 4
  • If you're looking for a run line pick, we also like the Diamondbacks to cover
  • As for an over/under pick, we have this game finishing with 10 runs and like the over

Angels Records & Stats

Los Angeles closed out their series vs. the Astros with a 9-7 win. Leading up to the game, they were the slight favorite at +128 on the money line. It was a big 3rd inning that really turned things in their favor, and the Astros could only score three runs in the 3rd, all of which came after Los Angeles had already scored three runs of their own.

Patrick Sandoval got the start for the Angels, going 5 2/3 innings, and picked up the win. He did struggle with his command, giving up three walks and hitting a batter. The Angels's offense was carried by Logan O'Hoppe, who went 4/5 with a homer and three RBIs.

With an overall record of 25-40, the Angels are 4th in the AL West, trailing the Mariners by 11.5 games. So far, they are just 5-7 in divisional games. The Angels dropped two of three games in their most recent series, which came against the Astros.

At home, the Angels have really struggled this year, going 11-23. When playing on the road, they are 14-17. So far, they have really struggled in day games, going 6-17. As for their performance as the underdog, the Angels are 24-36 compared to 1-4 as the favorite. Heading into today's game, the Angels are 5-15-1 in series this year.

When the Angels are the underdog, they have been a solid bet against the run line, going 37-23. They have been particularly good on the road, going 20-11 against the run line. However, they have lost their last two road games against the run line.

Los Angeles Angels' games have averaged 9.0 runs per game this season, and their over/under record is 34-30. When the over/under line is set at 9 runs, their record is 5-5. Only 7.7% of their games have had over/under lines set at 9 runs, with 76.9% of their games having lower lines. Today's over/under line for their game against the Arizona Diamondbacks is set at 9 runs.

Left-hander José Suarez is getting the start for the Angels today as he faces the Diamondbacks on the road. He has made 16 appearances this season but has not made a start, finishing with a no-decision in his most recent outing, where he went one-third of an inning out of the bullpen. In that appearance, he didn't give up a run, hit, or walk. Suarez has a record of 1-0 this season and an ERA of 6.54. Opposing batters are hitting .260 off Suarez this season. Looking back at his last four outings, he has finished with a no-decision in each one.

So far this season, the Angels offense has been pretty average in most categories, as they are 21st in runs per game (4.0) and have the 8th most home runs in the league. As a team, they are batting .236, which is 12th in the league. However, they have been one of the worst teams in terms of drawing walks, and their team on-base percentage of .299 is 25th in the league.

Right now, Taylor Ward and Jo Adell are tied for the team lead in home runs, with 11 apiece. Ward has also driven in the most runs on the team, with 34 RBIs. Ward comes into the game with a four-game hitting streak, going 8/14 in that stretch. Mike Trout is also near the top of the Angels' home run leaderboard, but he is batting just .220 for the season.

Diamondbacks Records & Stats

The Diamondbacks's offense was hot right out of the gates in their most recent game vs. the Padres, closing out their series with a 9-3 win. After allowing one run to the Padres in the bottom of the first, the Diamondbacks responded with six runs of their own. Arizona went on to add another two runs in the 4th inning.

Starting for the Diamondbacks was Scott McGough, who picked up the win. He only lasted two-thirds of an inning, giving up one earned run, and was pulled from the game. Arizona's offense was carried by Jake McCarthy, who went 3/4 with a homer and two RBIs.

Arizona is 31-35 overall heading into their matchup vs. the Angels, and they are 4th in the NL West. The Diamondbacks trail the Dodgers by 9.5 games in the division and are 15-12 in NL West games. At home, the Diamondbacks are 15-16 this year.

The Diamondbacks have been a bit better on the road, going 16-19. They have also been better as the underdog this year, where they are 15-22 compared to 16-13 as the favorite. Arizona comes in having won three straight games as the favorite, and they are 6-4 overall in their last 10 games. Their series record is 7-11-3 this year.

The Diamondbacks are 30-36 against the run line this season, including a 12-19 mark at home. Their average run margin is -0.2 runs per game, and they have a run line win streak of two games. As the underdog, they are 20-17 vs. the run line, while they are 10-19 as the favorite. In their wins, they have an average run margin of +4.1 runs per game, compared to -4.0 runs per game in their losses.

The Diamondbacks are at home today against the Angels, and the over/under line for the game is set at 9 runs. Arizona's games have averaged 9.5 runs per game this season, and their over/under record is 31-33. When the over/under line has been set at 9 runs, their record is 5-8-1. Overall, 60.6% of their games have had over/under lines set below 9 runs, and their current over streak is at 3 games.

Jordan Montgomery gets the start for the Diamondbacks today and will be looking to bounce back from a rough outing vs. the Giants. In that start, which came on June 5th, he gave up six earned runs in just two innings of work. He ended up taking the loss in the outing. Before that, Montgomery had pitched well, picking up the win vs. the Marlins on May 25th, where he went six innings and gave up just two earned runs. This season, he has a record of 3-4, an ERA of 6.80, and opponents are batting .310 off the left-hander. Montgomery's ERA at home is 11.81 compared to 6.48 on the road.

Arizona's offense has been one of the better units in the league this season, as they are 8th in runs per game at 4.6. They have been even better on the road, averaging 4.8 runs per contest. The Diamondbacks have been one of the better home run hitting teams in the league so far, but they are just 16th in the league in home runs.

Both Ketel Marte and Lourdes Gurriel Jr. have been swinging the bat well for the Diamondbacks, with Marte hitting .394 with three homers over his last nine games, and Gurriel Jr. is also on a three-game hitting streak while going 11/36 with three homers in his last nine games.