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Rangers vs. Mariners Prediction and Odds - Sep 29, 2022Last updated: Sep 30, 2022, 1:40AM | Published: Sep 28, 2022, 9:33AM
The Seattle Mariners and Texas Rangers clash in MLB at T-Mobile Park on Thursday, starting at 9:40PM ET.
The Mariners will send Marco Gonzales (10-15, 4.05 ERA) to the mound, while the Rangers are going with Jon Gray (7-7, 3.64 ERA).
Dimers' free betting picks for Rangers vs. Mariners, as well as game predictions and best odds, are featured in this article.
Who will win Rangers vs. Mariners?
Using high-tech computer power and data, Dimers.com has simulated Thursday's Rangers-Mariners MLB game 10,000 times.
Dimers' revolutionary predictive analytics model, DimersBOT, gives the Mariners a 51% chance of defeating the Rangers.
Rangers vs. Mariners Odds
- Run Line: Mariners +1.5 (-200), Rangers -1.5 (+170)
- Moneyline: Mariners -120, Rangers +110
- Total: Over/Under 7 (-110/-105)
Run Line, Moneyline and Over/Under
The Mariners are +1.5 underdogs against the Rangers, with -200 at BetMGM the best odds currently available.
For the favored Rangers (-1.5) to cover the run line, BetMGM also has the best odds currently on offer at +170.
BetMGM currently has the best moneyline odds for the Mariners at -120, which means you can risk $120 to win $100, for a total payout of $220, if they get the W.
On the other hand, DraftKings Sportsbook currently has the best moneyline odds for the Rangers at +110, where you can bet $100 to profit $110, earning a total payout of $210, if they win.
According to DimersBOT, the Mariners (+1.5) are a 54% chance of covering the run line, while the Over/Under total of 7 runs is a 57% chance of going Over.
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Best Bets for Rangers vs. Mariners
- Run Line: Rangers -1.5 @ +170 via BetMGM (8.7% edge) 🔥
- Moneyline: Rangers @ +110 via DraftKings Sportsbook (1.2% edge)
- Total: Over 7 @ -110 via FanDuel Sportsbook (57% probability) 🔥
Dimers' best bets are based on detailed simulations and gambling expertise to help you make smarter decisions with your state's legal sportsbooks.
Although the Mariners are more likely to cover the run line, our best bet of Rangers -1.5 is based on the expectation of that happening, according to DimersBOT, and the best odds available.
And while the Mariners are more likely to win the game, according to DimersBOT, taking the Rangers moneyline is the best option due to the 1.2% edge found when comparing our data-led probabilities to the sportsbooks' odds currently on offer.
Taking advantage of the edges seen on Dimers.com is one of the keys to achieving long-term profitability.
Rangers vs. Mariners Prediction
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Dimers has full betting coverage of Thursday's Rangers-Mariners matchup, including pregame predictions, top betting picks, and live win probabilities.
Don't forget, DimersBOT updates frequently, so keep checking this article for the latest betting insights ahead of Rangers vs. Mariners on Thursday September 29, 2022.
Rangers vs. Mariners 2022 Game Info
Thursday's matchup between the Mariners and Rangers at T-Mobile Park is scheduled to begin at 9:40PM ET.
- Who: Texas Rangers vs. Seattle Mariners
- Date: Thursday September 29, 2022
- Time: 9:40PM ET / 6:40PM PT
- Venue: T-Mobile Park
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