The forecast looks good for Wednesday's Rangers vs. Angels matchup, as the temperature is expected to be in the low 90s with a clear sky in Anaheim. First pitch is set for 9:38 PM ET from Angel Stadium of Anaheim. Texas is favored on the money line, and they are -145 compared to the Angels at +123. The over/under line is currently at 9 runs.

Michael Lorenzen will start for the Rangers, while the Angels are set to go with Griffin Canning. Texas is currently on a five-game winning streak and is 44-48 overall, while the Angels have lost three straight and are 37-54.


The Pick: Los Angeles Angels Moneyline +123

This game will be played at Angel Stadium of Anaheim at 9:38 ET on Wednesday, July 10th.


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

It was a low-scoring game in the most recent game of this Rangers vs Angels series. Texas went into the matchup as -184 favorites and squeaked out a 5-4 win. The Rangers had a huge 3rd inning, scoring all five of their runs. As for the Angels, they scored one run in the 4th and added three more in the 5th.

Max Scherzer got the start for the Rangers, going 6 2/3 innings while giving up three runs and striking out six. He picked up a win in the game, while Jose Leclerc got the save. Roansy Contreras only went two innings for the Angels, giving up four runs on five hits.

Texas got a big performance from Josh Smith, who went 3/4 with a home run. He scored two of the Rangers' five runs. Adolis Garcia also went deep for Texas, going 1/4.

Rangers Records & Stats

Texas is on a five-game winning streak, and they are 44-48 overall this season. The Rangers will be on the road today, taking on the Angels, and they are 5.5 games behind the Mariners in the AL West. So far, they are 11-14 in divisional games.

At home, the Rangers have gone 24-21 this year, and they are just under .500 at 20-27 on the road. Texas has won three straight road games, and they are 8-7 as the road favorite this year. As for their overall record as the favorite, the Rangers are 27-22 and 17-26 as the underdog.

When the Texas Rangers are on the road, they have been a good bet on the run line, going 21-26. They have a run line record of 43-49 overall and have an average run margin of 0.2 runs per game. They have a run line record of 24-19 as the underdog, and their average run margin in winning games is 4.2 runs per game.

With a combined run average of 8.6, the Texas Rangers have an over/under record of 37-52 this season. The over/under line for their game against the Los Angeles Angels is set at 9 runs. The Rangers have gone over the line in 7 of their 17 games with a line of 9 runs this season. The over has hit in three straight games for Texas.

Texas is sending Michael Lorenzen to the mound today vs. the Angels, and he comes into the game with a record of 5-4 and an ERA of 3.21. So far, he has made 15 starts and eight of them have been quality starts. Per nine innings, Lorenzen is averaging 6.41 strikeouts and 4.14 walks. In his last outing, he picked up the win, going five innings and not allowing a run. Before that, he had given up at least two earned runs in three straight outings. Lorenzen has been much better on the road, coming in with a record of 4-2 and 3.38 ERA compared to 1-2 with a 3.17 ERA at home.

Corey Seager has been swinging a hot bat of late for the Rangers, going 10/27 in his last seven games, including two home runs and eight RBIs. Overall, he is batting .270 and is tied with Adolis Garcia for the team lead in homers (17). Garcia is also batting just .215 for the season. Marcus Semien is the team's leader in RBIs, with 50, but is hitting just .232.

Over their last nine games, Wyatt Langford and Nathaniel Lowe have also been swinging the bat well, with Langford going 14/34 and Lowe going 12/35. Lowe has two homers and nine RBIs in this stretch, while Langford has also driven in nine runs. Derek Hill is on a three-game hitting streak and has two homers in his last six games.

Angels Records & Stats

Los Angeles is 37-54 overall and trails the Mariners by 12 games in the AL West. So far, they are 8-12 against other AL West teams. The Angels have dropped three straight games, and they are 2-8 across their last ten games.

At home, the Angels are 18-28 this season and 19-26 on the road. So far, they have really struggled in day games, going 9-22 this year. As the underdog, the Angels are 33-47 this season, and they are 4-7 when favored. Los Angeles' overall series record is 8-19-2, and they have lost two straight series.

When betting the run line, the Angels have been a solid play this season, going 50-41. However, they have struggled to cover the run line at home, going 25-21. They have been a better play on the road, going 25-20. They have been a good play as the underdog, going 47-33. Their average run margin is -0.9 runs per game, and they have been outscored by an average of 1.0 runs per game at home.

Today's over/under line of 9 runs for the Los Angeles Angels' game against the Texas Rangers is right in line with their season average of 9 runs per game. The Angels have played to the over in 46 of their 89 games this season, and when the line has been set at 9 runs, they have gone over in 6 of 15 games. Their games have trended towards lower-scoring affairs overall, with 74.7% of their games this season having had lower over/under lines than 9 runs.

Right-hander Griffin Canning gets the start for the Angels today as he faces the Rangers at home. Canning has made 18 starts this year and has a record of 3-9 with an ERA of 4.87. In his last outing, he took the loss, going 4 1/3 innings and giving up four earned runs on six hits. Looking back over his last four starts, Canning has allowed at least four earned runs in three of them. Opponents are batting .256 off Canning this year, and his WHIP is 1.36. Canning's ERA at home is 4.6 compared to 6.02 on the road.

So far this season, the Angels are averaging 4 runs per game, which is 24th in the league. They have been slightly better at home, averaging 4.1 runs per game. As a team, the Angels are batting .236, which is 12th in the league, and have the 11th most home runs in the league. Los Angeles is also averaging 8 strikeouts per game, which is 14th in the league.

Logan O'Hoppe has been swinging a hot bat for the Angels, going 6/19 in his last five games with two homers and four RBIs. O'Hoppe is currently 2nd on the team with 14 homers. Taylor Ward is also near the top of the league in homers, but he is batting just .238 for the season. Luis Rengifo has been the Angels' best hitter this season, batting .315 with an OBP of .358.