will be starting Josh Rogers on Wednesday. Although it is an extremely small
sample size, it is safe that the Baltimore starter is a dumpster fire. In eight
innings this season he has a 6.72 SIERA and a 7.93 xFIP. He is allowing a 46.7%
flyball rate and has an extremely low 5.4% K-rate. And if you need further
evidence that Rogers has been awful in limited action this season, the hurler
has allowed a 53.3% hard contact rate and a 3.38 HR/9 in 2019.
In his first outing of the season, Rogers was lit up by Oakland. He allowed five earned runs while recording just 11 outs. Look for more of the same this go-’round. The Athletics’ offense has crushed southpaws in 2019. They have a .225 ISO and a .355 wOBA collectively against left-handed pitching. You will want to go four deep with this stack.
Los Angeles Angels
The Angels’ offense as a whole is seeing beach balls at the plate right now. Over the last seven days, Los Angeles has a .249 ISO and a .341 wOBA. During that span they have 12 home runs and 34 runs scored.
with Toronto’s Aaron Sanchez should do little to slow down this Angels’ hot
streak. He has a 5.32 SIERA and a 5.19 xFIP on the season. And over his last 15
innings pitched Sanchez has been even worse. In that time on the mound he has
allowed a .311/.397/.557 slash line. Expect the Angels to produce big again on
Los Angeles Dodgers
Drew Pomeranz is allowing 2.02 HR/9 in 2019. That number may actually increase
on Wednesday as the Dodgers’ bats flex their muscles against southpaws. Los
Angeles has four batters with ISOs over .200 against left-handed pitching this
Game Stack Special
You will want to get a lineup chalked full of Cleveland Indians and Texas Rangers on Wednesday. This game stack is likely to go off in a big way as both scheduled pitchers are struggling in the worst of ways. The Indians’ Adam Pluko is allowing a 50.7% flyball rate which has resulted in the starter allowing a 3.09 HR/9. The Rangers’ Joe Palumbo has allowed a 42.9% flyball rate and a 2.25 HR/9 ratio.
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