Triston McKenzie takes the mound for the Cleveland Guardians, while Emerson Hancock gets the start for the Seattle Mariners. The Guardians come into this game with a record of 3-1, while the Mariners are sitting at 2-2.

First pitch is scheduled for 9:40 PM ET at T-Mobile Park in Seattle, WA. If you can’t make it to the ballpark, you can catch the game on RSNW.


The Pick: Seattle Mariners Moneyline -105

This game will be played at T-Mobile Park at 9:40 ET on Monday, April 1st.


  • We have the Mariners winning by a score of 6 to 5
  • If you’re looking for a run line pick, we also like the Mariners to cover
  • As for an over/under pick, we have this game finishing with 11 runs and like the over

Guardians Records & Stats

Carlos Carrasco got the start for the Guardians in their most recent game, but he was unable to get a quality start. He went five innings, giving up three earned runs on six hits. Cleveland ended up losing the game 4-3, with Scott Barlow taking the loss.

Heading into the game, the Guardians were slight favorites, with a money line of -121. The A’s got out to an early 2-0 lead after the first inning, and the Guardians were unable to get much going offensively until the eighth inning when they scored three runs. Josh Naylor and Ramón Laureano each had two hits in the loss.

Triston McKenzie will be on the mound for the Guardians in this one. McKenzie made four starts last season and went 0-3 with an ERA of 5.06. His WHIP for the year was 1.56, and opponents hit .182 off him. McKenzie’s FIP for the season was 4.50, and he finished the year with one home run allowed. The right-hander averaged 9.0 strikeouts per nine innings and 3.2 walks per game.

For the Guardians, we have Steven Kwan with the highest total hits projection on the team. José Ramírez has the best chance to hit a home run for the Guardians, as his home run projection is 16th best in the league today. Andrés Giménez has the 3rd best odds to hit a home run for the Guardians, while Bo Naylor is 2nd on the team in terms of home run projections.

Mariners Records & Stats

Boston took the series finale against Seattle, winning 5-1. The Red Sox scored four runs in the fourth inning, and that was all they needed to secure the win.

Garrett Whitlock got the start for Boston, going five innings and giving up just one earned run. Bryce Miller started for Seattle, going five innings and giving up four earned runs. Tyler O’Neill and Enmanuel Valdez both homered for Boston.

Getting the start for the Mariners is right-hander Emerson Hancock, who is coming off a season in which he made three starts and finished with an ERA of 4.50. His WHIP for the season was 1.33, and he allowed opposing batters to hit .260. In terms of quality starts, Hancock finished with zero, and his FIP for the season was 4.09. On the year, he allowed one home run and finished with a K/BB ratio of 2.0.

Looking at the Mariners’ player props today, Julio Rodríguez is not only the favorite to lead the team in hits, but he also has the best odds to hit a home run for Seattle. His home run projection is 12th best in the league for today’s games. If you’re looking for another Mariners player to go deep, Cal Raleigh has the 13th best odds in the league to hit a home run. Mitch Garver is 2nd on the team in terms of home run projections.