Bookie Beatdown May 28 - Seattle Mariners

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The Seattle Mariners are giving area bookies fits with their 8 wins out of 10.  Seattle is now 32-20 and one game behind a Houston Astros team that takes on the New York Yankees to start this week on the road.

The Mariners kick off their week going up against a subpar Texas Rangers club.  Bookies covering the Seattle region will want to seriously consider utilizing a solid Pay Per Head at this point in order to cut their losses.

It was their first three-game series sweep of the Twins since Aug. 17-19, 2012.

“We all want to win,” first baseman Ryon Healy said. “That’s the bottom line here, every single day. It’s not about I come here and I want to get my hits, or I want to come here and make a spectacular play. It’s I want to come here and I want to win.”

Since April 24, Mariners starting pitchers have posted a 3.18 ERA in 31 games.

“That’s what’s been amazing about the run is how good our pitching has been,” Third baseman Kyle Seager said. “They’ve absolutely carried us for a while. We didn’t get much going till that eighth inning. We’ve been grinding offensively. We’re a resilient group. But our pitching has absolutely saved us.”

There is some good news (for bookies that is) as the Mariners will be playing short-handed.  Jean Segura and Nick Vincent both exited Saturday’s extra-innings victory with injuries.

The Mariners are already without Robinson Cano, who had surgery to repair a fractured right fifth metacarpal before he received an 80-game drug suspension.

Seattle and Texas have split their last ten meetings but the home team has only won in two.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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