Mariners vs Angels Odds, and Prop Bets (Jun 10)

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  • The Mariners remain very close to the .500 mark.
  • Los Angeles is aiming to build some momentum.
  • The Angels are 389-329 in their all-time history against Seattle.

The Mariners and the Angels face off in an AL West clash. Both teams are struggling, hoping to make the postseason. Seattle finally made it last year, but regressed, and Los Angeles still hasn’t broken through.

How to Watch

  • Where: Angel Stadium, Anaheim, CA
  • When: Saturday, June 10, 2023, at 10:07 p.m ET
  • How to Watch: MLB TV

Prop Bets

Prop BetOdds
Patrick Sandoval OVER 4.5 Ks
Patrick Sandoval UNDER 4.5 Ks


Patrick Sandoval has been having an up-and down season with the Angels. He started the season out well, pitching to a 1.23 ERA in his first 3 games. Since then, he’s allowed 25 ER in 44 innings pitched, equivalent to a 5.11 ERA. In addition to his troubles with his ERA, Sandoval has had a hard time getting batters to whiff at the plate. In his last 6 starts, he’s eclipsed 4 Ks just one time. I’ll take the under here.


Prop BetOdds
Mike Trout OVER 0.5 Hits
Mike Trout UNDER 0.5 Hits


Mike Trout continues to be one of the best players on the Angels, and in the MLB as a whole. His power and fielding abilities have remained at the same level this season, but he’s had some issues at the plate. After hitting a red-hot .317 in April, Trout went just 24 for 98 (.245) in May. He’s had an even rougher start to June, hitting just .125 in the first week. Eventually, he’ll bounce back, but right now I’d take the under.

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Prop BetOdds
Ian Happ OVER 0.5 RBIs
Ian Happ UNDER 0.5 RBIs


Ian Happ has been in a similar position as Mike Trout this season. He started the year off hot, hitting .312 through the season’s first 38 games. However, in the 23 games since, Happ has gone just 15 for 78 (.192). With ice-cold numbers, on the road, against a solid starting pitcher, Happ will have a lot of work to do to wind up driving in a run here. Once again, I’m inclined to take the under, especially with his recent play.


Keith McCarthy
Contributor Keith McCarthy is an experienced sports analyst with a passion for predicting the outcomes of games spanning across sports such as football, basketball, baseball, and hockey, with a special expertise in college sports.