Casey Mize and the Tigers are facing off against the Marlins and Trevor Rogers. The over/under line is currently 8.5 runs, and the Tigers are favored on the money line, with their odds sitting at -164. The money line odds for the Marlins are at +139. This interleague matchup is set to get started at 1:10 PM ET from Comerica Park in Detroit.

As for the Marlins, they are just 12-32 this season, which has them in 5th place in the NL East. The under has hit in 22 of the Marlins' games. Detroit is 21-21 and 4th in the AL Central. They have won 3 of their last 4 games.


The Pick: Detroit Tigers Moneyline -164

This game will be played at Comerica Park at 1:10 ET on Wednesday, May 15th.


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

Miami picked up a 1-0 win over the Tigers in the most recent game of this series. The Marlins offense only had four hits in the game but still picked up the win. Heading into the game, they were at +154 on the money line.

Ryan Weathers started for the Marlins and went eight innings while giving up just three hits and striking out four. He didn't give up a run in the game and picked up a win. A.J. Puk closed things out for Miami.

Reese Olson only went four innings for the Tigers but didn't give up a run and finished with six strikeouts. Alex Lange took the loss out of the bullpen.

Marlins Records & Stats

Miami is just 12-32 overall this season, and they are 18.5 games behind the Phillies in the NL East. So far, they have really struggled against other NL East teams, going just 2-11. The Marlins are on a three-series losing streak and have an overall series record of 1-11-1 this year.

At home, the Marlins are only 6-17, and they are just a bit better at 6-15 on the road. This season, the Marlins have really struggled in night games, going 4-18. As the underdog, Miami is 9-21 compared to just 3-11 as the favorite. So far, they are 3-7 in their last 10 games.

When it comes to the run line, the Marlins are a team to consider. They are 14-30 overall, but 9-12 on the road. They have covered the run line in two straight games and are 13-17 as the underdog. They have a negative run differential on the season, but it is much better in their wins than their losses.

So far this season, the Marlins have played 44 games, and 26 of them have gone over the total. The average over/under line in Marlins games this season has been 8 runs, and the average combined runs per game in their games is 9.3. When the over/under line has been set at 8.5 runs, the over has gone 12-7 in Marlins games.

Trevor Rogers gets the start for the Marlins today as he faces the Tigers on the road. He has made eight starts this year and has a record of 0-6 with a 6.57 ERA. Opposing batters are hitting .317 off Rogers this year, and he has a WHIP of 1.86. Rogers has struggled on the road, coming in with a record of 0-3 and an ERA of 13.07. In his most recent outing, he gave up four earned runs in 3 1/3 innings of work. Rogers has taken the loss in each of his last four outings.

So far this season, the Marlins offense has been one of the worst in the league, averaging just 3.7 runs per game (27th) and have the league's worst on-base percentage. As a team, they are batting just .227, which is 19th in the league. Miami's team OPS of .625 is also the 28th in the league. Miami's offense has been slightly better at home, averaging 4 runs per game.

Bryan De La Cruz and Jazz Chisholm Jr. are the Marlins' top home run hitters this season, but both are batting just .256 and .250, respectively. De La Cruz has gone just 7/32 in his last eight games, but he does have two homers in that stretch. Chisholm Jr. has gone 10/32 in his last eight games. Josh Bell and Nick Gordon are also tied for 2nd on the team with five homers.

Tigers Records & Stats

Detroit is at an even 21-21 overall as they get set to host the Marlins today. The Tigers are 5.5 games behind the Guardians for the AL Central lead, and they are 4th in the division. So far, they have gone 10-6 in AL Central games.

At home, the Tigers are 10-12 this year and 11-9 on the road. Detroit has dropped three straight series and are 3-7 over their last 10 games. As the favorite, the Tigers are 11-9 and 10-12 when the underdog. So far, their overall series record is 6-5-2 this year.

The Tigers have been a strong run line bet on the road this season, going 13-7 against the run line. They have been a much worse bet at home, going just 6-16 against the run line. As the underdog, the Tigers have been a strong bet against the run line, going 15-7, while they have been a poor bet as the favorite, going just 4-16 against the run line. Their average run margin in winning games is 2.9, while their average run margin in losing games is -2.7.

With an over/under line of 8.5 runs, the Detroit Tigers and Miami Marlins have a combined run average of 7.9 runs per game. So far this season, the Tigers have played 40 games with an over/under line, and their record is 20-20. Their average over/under line for the season is 8 runs, and when the line is set at 8.5 runs, their record is 3-5. Only 9.5% of their games have had an over/under line set at 8.5 runs.

Casey Mize gets the start for the Tigers today and is facing the Marlins at home. So far, he has made seven starts and has a record of 1-1 with an ERA of 3.58. Mize's WHIP for the season is currently 1.30. Looking at his overall numbers, Mize has made three quality starts and is averaging 6.21 strikeouts per nine innings. In his last outing, Mize finished with a no-decision, going six innings and giving up one earned run on five hits. He has only given up one homer in each of his last three outings.

Over the past 10 games, Riley Greene has really struggled at the plate, going just 6/40. However, he is still the team's leader in home runs and is 2nd on the team with 19 RBIs. Mark Canha is also near the top of the Tigers' home run and RBI leaderboards, but he has also struggled with a batting average of just .239.

One of the Tigers' hottest hitters right now is Andy Ibanez, who is 10/31 in his last nine games with two homers. Wenceel Perez is also on a good stretch, batting .333 in his last eight games. Perez is also on a four-game hitting streak.