The Detroit Tigers are looking to stay undefeated as they head to Citi Field to take on the New York Mets. Reese Olson will be on the mound for the Tigers, while Sean Manaea will get the start for the Mets. The first pitch is set for 7:10 PM ET, and you can catch the action on BSDET.

Oddsmakers have the Mets as the favorite in this one, with a money line payout of -134 compared to +111 for the Tigers. The over/under line is set at 8 runs, with the over paying out at -110 compared to -111 for the under.


The Pick: Detroit Tigers Moneyline +111

This game will be played at Citi Field at 7:10 ET on Monday, April 1st.


  • We have the Tigers winning by a score of 6 to 4
  • If you’re looking for a run line pick, we also like the Tigers to cover
  • As for an over/under pick, we have this game finishing with 10 runs and like the over

Tigers Records & Stats

The Tigers are coming off a 3-2 win over the White Sox in their last game. Detroit was the road team and closed as -149 favorites. The Tigers scored one run in the fourth and fifth innings and then added the game-winning run in the ninth.

Jack Flaherty got the start for Detroit and went six innings, giving up one earned run. Tyler Holton got the win, and Jason Foley picked up the save. Kerry Carpenter and Jake Rogers both hit home runs for the Tigers.

Starting for the Tigers today is Reese Olson, who is coming off a season in which he made 18 starts and went 5-7. His ERA for the year was 3.99, and he finished with six quality starts. Olson’s WHIP for the season was 1.12, and he allowed a total of 14 home runs. For the year, he averaged 8.94 strikeouts per nine innings and 2.86 walks per nine. Last season, Olson made a total of 21 appearances and had an FIP of 4.01. His batting average allowed was .210, and his on-base percentage allowed was .270.

If you’re looking for some player props for the Tigers, we have Spencer Torkelson as the top candidate to hit a home run today. His home run projection is 8th best in the league. Riley Greene is our top projected hitter in terms of total hits, with the 6th best projection in the league. If you’re looking for a player to hit a home run outside of Torkelson, Jake Rogers has the 10th best odds in the league. Andy Ibáñez has the 7th best total hits projection in the league today.

Mets Records & Stats

Brice Turang had a big day at the plate for the Brewers, going 2/4 with a double, two runs scored, and an RBI. William Contreras also had a pair of doubles, finishing 2/5 with a run scored and an RBI. Willy Adames went 2/3 with an RBI, and Jackson Chourio went 2/4 with an RBI.

Colin Rea got the start for the Brewers, going five innings and giving up one earned run. He struck out two and walked two. Colin Rea got the win, with Joel Payamps picking up the save. Tylor Megill got the start for the Mets, going four innings and giving up one earned run. He struck out four and walked three.

Coming off a season in which he made 10 starts and 37 appearances, Sean Manaea finished with a record of 7-6 and an ERA of 4.44. He allowed a batting average of .230 and an on-base percentage of .301. Overall, Manaea gave up 14 home runs and finished the season with three quality starts. His FIP for the season was 3.90, and he averaged 9.79 strikeouts per nine innings.

For the Mets, Pete Alonso is projected to have the best chance to hit a home run for the team, as his home run projection is 11th best in the league today. Brandon Nimmo has the highest total hits projection on the team, while Francisco Alvarez has the 2nd best chance to hit a home run on the team.