- The Seattle Mariners are (-120) betting favorites on the F5 moneyline against the Oakland Athletics (-110).
- The Washington Nationals and Colorado Rockies game has a total of 11.5 runs with (-115) odds favoring the OVER.
SEATTLE – The MLB slate has just a handful of games being played Monday but there’s always betting value to be found if looking in the right places.
Seattle Mariners Vs. Oakland Athletics: F5 Moneyline
Chris Flexen, the Seattle Mariners starting pitcher, is seemingly in a perfect spot. He’s one of the five most profitable F5 pitchers in the MLB this season and his team is in the top 10 of most profitable F5 bets in the league. Regulated sports betting sites still list this line with value.
Mariners Vs. Athletics F5 Moneyline Odds
- Seattle Mariners -120
- Oakland Athletics -110
Additionally, this exact matchup, Chris Flexen Vs. Cole Irvin, happened last week and the Mariners ended up taking home a 4-1 lead including a 3-1 win on the F5 moneyline. Flexen has combined for 13.2 innings and two earned runs in his last two outings against the Oakland Athletics and there is little to suggest this time around will be anything different.
The first pitch is scheduled for 10:10 p.m. EST and will air on MLB.TV.
Washington Nationals Vs. Colorado Rockies: Over 11.5 Runs
The Washington Nationals will travel to Denver to take on the Colorado Rockies on Monday night. In this meeting, MLB betting sites could be underestimating the ability of the two teams to put runs on the board at a solid rate.
Rockies Vs. Nationals Total Odds
- OVER 11.5 -115
- UNDER 11.5 -105
Josiah Gray (5.92 ERA, 1.42 WHIP) and German Marquez (4.32 ERA, 1.26 WHIP) will be the starting pitchers. Gray allowed five earned runs in 5.1 innings against the Rockies just 10 days ago while Marquez allowed six runs in 4.0 innings in the same game.
This exact matchup took place on 09/17/2021 and the final score totaled 17 runs, allowing for a similar outcome to potentially be in the works. The game will start at 8:40 p.m. EST and can be seen on MLB.TV.
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